Moctezuma's Headdress
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Moctezuma II, Aztec Ruler




Induces laxative effects on those who wear it


The effects of Traveler's Diarrhea will linger temporarily if one wears it for too long


Placing the headdress on one's head

Collected by

Warehouse 11 agents


Council Chamber

Date of Collection

June 6, 1719


Introduction[edit | edit source]

This headdress was worn by Moctezuma II, the ruler of the Aztec Empire, when his land was invaded by Spanish Conquistadors. After he and his people were slaughtered and enslaved in the Spanish inquisition, his headdress absorbed his desire for revenge.

Effects[edit | edit source]

The headdress causes an immense bout of Travelers' Diarrhea to those who wear it on their head. This effect will linger if one wears it for too long, and it has a more powerful laxative effect on those of Spanish descent than those of any other race.

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