Tiberius' Goblet
Tiberius' Goblet.png

Origin

Tiberius

Type

Goblet

Effects

Turns liquids into wine

Downsides

Development of drunken behavior and skin irritations

Activation

Drinking from it

Collected by

Warehouse 3

Section

Constatine-77GH

Aisle

554542-9686

Shelf

987169-4041-396

Date of Collection

97 AD

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Origin[edit | edit source]

Tiberius was emperor of Rome who was member of the Claudia lineage of emperors by blood and the Caesars by adoption. One of the greater generals, he conquered parts of Italy and Germania, laying foundations for northern settlements. The death of his son Drusus heavily affected his outlook. As his rule moved on, he became more disenchanted with his position and slowly withdrew. He moved his residence to the isle of Capri and left his praetorian prefect Sejanus as emperor, who plotted to assassinate him; Tiberius later executed Sejanus and his followers. His grandnephew and adoptive grandson Caligula succeeded Tiberius’ rule.

Effects[edit | edit source]

When he remained isolated from the empire on Capri, he indulged in sexual ventures with his slaves. The goblet absorbed all the frustration, anxiety and desire present then. Liquids placed inside will immediately turn into a sweet, aromatic wine. Drinking it however will cause the user to feel the effects of severe drunkenness, including blackouts and disorientation. Remaining untreated, the user’s skin will start to break out in rashes of eczema and boils.

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