Fredrick II of Sicily's Chair
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Fredrick II of Sicily


Royal Chair


Causes muteness for twice as long as the victim sat in the chair.


Causes death if sat in for more than 24 hours.


Sitting in

Collected by

Warehouse 8



Date of Collection



Origin[edit | edit source]

A royalty-like chair used by Fredrick II of Sicily during his experiments of babies. He believed that the sounds babies make are how they communicate with each other, like their own language. To test his theory, he separated babies from their mothers and placed them in rooms by themselves to observe the language. However, the babies were silent and died within several days. This chair was used by the experimenters and absorbed their results and fears.

Effects[edit | edit source]

Sitting in the Chair causes the victim to become mute several hours after sitting in the Chair, unable to speak or communicate with anyone or even understand what they are saying. The effects last twice as long as they sat in the Chair. However, if the victim sits in the Chair for more than 24 hours, they will die within the end of two days.

Collection[edit | edit source]

This artifact was collected by an unknown Warehouse 8 agent in 1476.

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