Pope Clement VI’s Papal Bulls
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Origin

Pope Clement VI

Type

Papal Bulls

Effects

Makes arguing and violence caused by or for religion to cease

Downsides

Releases a strain of the plague if belligerents persist

Activation

Being near argument or feuds involving religion

Collected by

Warehouse 11

Section

AxMu-888

Aisle

Cross-2657

Shelf

81336-1294-502

Date of Collection

November 10, 1783

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Origins[edit | edit source]

Pope Clement VI was a pope who reigned when Black Death was prevalent, killing between one and two-thirds of Europe’s population. Popular thought of the time was that Jews caused the plague. In response, Clement issued two papal bulls which condemned violence against them and urged the clergy to protect them. Both his papal bulls have the same effect and downside, but are magnified when both of them are brought together.

Effects[edit | edit source]

They cause petty arguments to outright violence stemming from religion to end. This can be used to stop persecution or condemn fighting between many people, even working on religious sensitive artifacts and the affected. The big downside is that if the effects do not work or hostility continues, they will release a strain of the Black Death to stop the fighting. Although, the artifacts have been known to clam up when someone is only going to use the artifacts for their downside. Other ways the artifacts try to stop religious intolerance are unknown.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

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