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Maurice de Sully's Three Gargoyle Statues

Origin

Maurice de Sully

Type

Gargoyles

Effects

Triangulates a persuasive zone between the statues

Downsides

Removes general desires

Activation

Speaking French

Collected by

Warehouse 11

Section

Imhotep-218G

Aisle

492008-4928

Shelf

521094-3780-292

Date of Collection

June 8, 1734

[Source]


OriginEdit

As Parisian Bishop in the 12th century, Maurice de Sully was regarded as a talented orator. Kings, popes and clergymen applauded his construction of the diocese, now known as Notre-Dame Cathedral. He also rebuilt the palace to coronate Phillip II and was on friendly relations with King Louis VII.

EffectsEdit

Creates a persuasion field that makes all within the area comply to the user's requests. More influential people will provide ample material or financial support, as long as the user has an actionable goal in mind. Also weakens the user's general desires, preventing them from trying to gain extreme power. Only matters extremely important to them before will remain relevant.


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