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Napoleon Bonaparte's Pocket Watch
Napoleonpocketwatch

Origin

Napoleon Bonaparte

Type

Pocket Watch

Effects

Makes a person have delusions of grandeur and invincibility

Downsides

Cause compulsive fixedness upon it

Activation

Holding

Collected by

Warehouse 12

Section

Constatine-77GH

Aisle

381251-9065

Shelf

175687-6293-438

Date of Collection

October 6, 1873

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OriginEdit

Napoleon Bonaparte was a French general who rose during the French Revolution and later became the emperor of France, thus giving birth to the term "Napoleonic Complex". During his expansion, he conquered most of Europe, losing very few of his battles. Napoleon was exiled to the island of Elba with the restoration of the French royalty, but he later escaped. He returned to France and was defeated at the Battle of Waterloo by the Duke of Wellington.

In Warehouse records, he is known for his multiple expeditions hunting for artifacts. These include his venture in Egypt to locate lost Warehouse 2 and his invasion into Russia to attack Warehouse 11, which prompted the move to Warehouse 12 in Great Britain. Neither expedition resulted in large caches of artifacts.

Napoleon owned this pocket watch and compulsively fiddled with it, hence the pictures of Napoleon with one hand in a pocket on the inside of his jacket.

EffectsEdit

The watch causes delusions of grandeur and a deep obsession with the watch itself. Such compulsion can cause a range of effects, from trying to conquer neighboring lands to looking for other such “unique objects”.

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