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Gaius Appoleius Diocles' Chariot
Chariot military

Origin

Gaius Appuleius Diocles

Type

Racing Chariot

Effects

Never crashes

Downsides

N/A

Activation

Riding

Collected by

Warehouse 2

Section

Olympia-776BC

Shelf

Floor Display

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OriginEdit

Gaius Appuleius Diocles was a 2nd Century charioteer who was known for having one of the longest and most prosperous chariot racing careers in history. By the time he retired at 42 (unusually old for a chariot racer) he had won over one thousand races and amassed a total fortune of over 35,863,120 sestertius in winnings, enough at the time to supply the whole city of Rome with food. He is regarded as one of the best paid athletes of all time.

EffectsEdit

It is unknown if the chariot had this effect before Gaius became such a success, but it would go a long way in explaining his constant victory. No matter what is thrown in the way of the chariot, no matter how unruly the horses and no matter the roughness of the terrain, the chariot will never crash. Circumstances will either play out in almost impossible ways to avoid collision or it will simply bounce off obstacles as if they were rubber.

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