The Forbidden Fruit
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Garden of Eden


Preserved Fig


Regenerates when eaten


Makes people aware of the bad things they have done, even the minor ones.


Eating the fruit

Collected by

Warehouse 2 agents


Origin Circle



Date of Collection

April 4, 212 BC


Introduction[edit | edit source]

In the story of Adam and Eve, God warned them not to eat from the tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil. However, A nearby snake decided to tempt them both into eating the fruit from its tree. As a result, they realized they were naked and decided to wear clothes. God was furious, not only with Adam and Eve for disobeying him, but with the Snake for giving them the fruit in the first place. He banished them from the Garden of Eden to prevent them from eating from the Tree of Life, which would make them immortal. A popular misconception is that the fruit was an apple. The Bible doesn't actually say what kind of fruit it is, but the most popular theory is that it is actually a fig.

Effects[edit | edit source]

When eaten, the Forbidden Fruit will cause people to become ashamed of every single bad thing they have done, even the minor ones. It will also cause them embarrassment until someone tells them that the things they have done were accidental. The Forbidden Fruit can also regenerate itself when eaten.

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