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Ferdinando de' Medici's Piano
Ferdinando de' Medici's Piano

Origin

Ferdinando de' Medici

Type

Piano

Effects

Incites passion for music

Downsides

Slowly absorbs the player’s energy

Activation

Playing

Collected by

Warehouse 11

Section

Barras-2673

Aisle

122225-9118

Shelf

306442-4064-980

Date of Collection

1746

[Source]


OriginEdit

Ferdinando de' Medici was Grand Duke of Tuscany from 1587 to 1609, having succeeded his older brother Francesco I. In many ways, Ferdinando was the opposite of his brother who preceded him. Approachable and generous, he set out to rule mildly. He re-established the justice system and was genuinely concerned about the welfare of his subjects. During his reign, Tuscany revived and regained the independence his brother had given up. Ferdinando fostered commerce and gained great wealth through the Medici banks, which were established in all the major cities of Europe. He enacted an edict of tolerance for Jews and heretics and improved irrigation and the city harbor.

EffectsEdit

When played, the artifact infects the user with a great love of music, then takes the emotions and absorbs it into the strings of piano. Eventually the artifact absorbs the energy of the user and only the user after connected.

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