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King James’ Bible
Bible king james

Origin

King James

Type

Bible

Effects

User can get away with anything

Downsides

Will encourage bad and immoral behavior

Activation

Possession and Proximity

Collected by

Warehouse 11

Section

Constatine-77GH

Aisle

758268-4571

Shelf

816872-8453-485

Date of Collection

October 1749

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OriginEdit

King James I of England was a flawed king: he often neglected the business of government for leisure pastimes, such as the hunt, had little talent for the financial management of the country and his later dependence on male favorites at a scandal-ridden court undermined the respected image of monarchy so carefully constructed by Queen Elisabeth. But for all his flaws, he was a beloved ruler because of his (relatively) low taxes as well as the years of peace he brought during his reign.

EffectsEdit

His personal bible (that he had altered in the beginning of 1604 and printed in 1611: "The King James Bible" as it is now called) holds his ability to get away with almost anything. While in possession of the bible (holding it or carrying it close-by) it will diminish the severity of your actions as long as you have done something good. With the bible in your possession, helping an old lady cross the street will LITERALY let you get away with murder…

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