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Francisco I. Madero's Sombrero
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Origin

Francisco I. Madero

Type

Sombrero

Effects

Causes the user to rebel authority and meet their goals

Downsides

Sombrero creates hatred and mental links with those nearby, causing an assassination attempt on the wearer

Activation

Wearing

Collected by

Warehouse 13

Section

Constatine-77GH

Aisle

45075-2633

Shelf

53308-7589-872

Date of Collection

June 17, 1921

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OriginsEdit

Francisco Madero was the 33rd president of Mexico for two years until his assassination. His fight for social equality and democracy led to the rise of revolutionaries who toppled then-dictator Porfirio Diaz’s regime. During his tenure, radicals and those of the former regime opposed Madero. Eventually, the military commander Victoriano Huerta overthrew him and eventually had Madero killed.

EffectsEdit

Inspires revolutionary and rebellious thoughts in its wearer, and helps them meet their goals. People around the wearer who hold feelings of animosity towards the wearer will form a mental link with the sombrero. All of these effects go on until the wearer has become satisfied with the results of his actions. After this occurs, the sombrero will begin to 'plot' the wearer's assassination, using the people that hate them and have developed a link with the sombrero.

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