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Halotus' Poisoned Feather
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Origin

Halotus

Type

Feather

Effects

Stops the effects of poison

Downsides

Pools the substance on the tongue, making their words seem venomous and spiteful

Activation

Sucking the feather

Collected by

Warehouse 3

Section

Ancient Archives

Aisle

759982-6872

Shelf

842534-5008-614

Date of Collection

94 AD

[Source]


OriginEdit

Halotus was a servant to Roman emperor Claudius, acting as his food taster and steward. Along with Agrippina the Younger, the wife of Claudius, Halotus was considered to be one of the strongest suspects when Claudius was murdered by poison. Although the public clamored for his execution, succeeding emperors Nero and Galba spared him. In fact, they kept Halotus as chief taster and later promoted him to a powerful, wealthy citizen.

EffectsEdit

Sucking on the feather negates the effects of the poison at the cost of turning the user's tongue poisonous. Anything they say will be misinterpreted by the listener, who will want the person punished for their crimes. However, this effect does not apply to the rich or elite.

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