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Homer's Scrolls
Homer's Scrolls

Origin

Homer

Type

Scrolls

Effects

Creates stories from nothing

Downsides

Distorts the user’s personal history

Activation

Reading

Collected by

Warehouse 3

Section

Munchausen-905E

Aisle

364428-3528

Shelf

746235-7518-636

Date of Collection

159 AD

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OriginEdit

Homer is the ancient Greek author of the epic poems the ‘’Iliad’’ and the ‘’Odyssey’’. His works are described as some of the most important of Greek literature, alongside the scientific and philosophical ideas of Socrates, Plato and Aristotle. Although his stories of the Trojan War and other characters of Greek mythology are well known, his personal life is not as clear. Many ancient scholars have dated his life centuries apart, while some even question whether Homer existed to begin with.

EffectsEdit

Can create fantastical stories out of nothing; simple stories can be affected too. To help spice the stories, bits and moments from the user’s personal life will be discreetly added into the story. This interaction distorts the user’s historical record and although they will always know what happened to them, others will be unable to accurately pinpoint their past actions, even what years they lived.

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