The Trap Aisle houses artifacts with trapping effects. Previously, this section was in disorder, but determined agents have recently organized the section.

This section is named for Zhuge Liang, a Chinese Imperial Chancellor and and regent for Shu Han who is known for one of the best known (and fictional) examples of the Empty Fort Strategy, whereby reverse psychology (and luck) are used to deceive the enemy into thinking that an empty location is full of traps and ambushes, and therefore induce the enemy to retreat.

Artifacts in Storage

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