Sigismund I the Old’s Tankard
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Tankard with Medal of Sigismon I, King of Poland

Origin

Sigismund I the Old

Type

Tankard

Effects

Creates a calming peace between those of different principles

Downsides

Causes those to behave like model citizens, even if its damaging to themselves

Activation

Filling and then smashing onto the surface of something

Collected by

Warehouse 10

Section

Constatine-77GH

Aisle

72668-3556

Shelf

83960-4511-08

Date of Collection

January 1612

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Origins[edit | edit source]

Sisismund was a Polish king who ushered the duchy of Mazovia into Poland, fortifying its wealth and power. He tolerated other peoples, no matter the different religions or orders they belonged to.

Effects[edit | edit source]

When filled with a drink, preferably alcohol, and slammed onto a piece of furniture, it releases peace into the room. It affects only those with different principles, like a cop and a convict in the same room together. This calmness causes those people to act like law-abiding citizens, even if their actions become detrimental to themselves and their loved ones. Drinking the liquid seems to break the affects for just that one person.

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