Zhang Liang's Yellow Headband
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Origin

Zhang Liang/Yellow Turban Rebellion

Type

Headband

Effects

Grants the wearer the power to influence people's thoughts and actions

Downsides

Wearer will see others as unfit to lead and attempt to usurp them; useless without Zhang Jue's headband.

Activation

Wearing while Zhang Jue's headband is activated

Collected by

Hugo Miller

Section

Sun Tzu-28D

Aisle

28D-01A

Shelf

384427-2918-536

Date of Collection

January 23rd, 1971

[Source]


Origin[edit | edit source]

Zhang Jue and his brothers, Zhang Bao and Zhang Liang, led the Yellow Turban Rebellion during the Han Dynasty in 184 A.D. Tired of the corruption and perceived lack of Heaven's approval within the government, the Zhang brothers sought to take control of the government. They were referred to as the Three Generals. Zhang Jue was the General of Heaven, Zhang Bao was the General of the Land, and Zhang Liang was the General of the People. Their attempt at uprising was unsuccessful after Zhang Jue was killed in battle.

Usage[edit | edit source]

When tied around the forehead, the user will be able to influence the thoughts and actions of others, enabling him/her to command others to fight on his/her behalf. If worn too long the wearer will try to usurp those currently in power. Just like with the original owners, Zhang Liang's Yellow Headband and Zhang Bao's Yellow Headband become useless if Zhang Jue's Yellow Headband is neutralized.

WARNING: Do not combine the headbands. Wearing all three at the same time gives amazing power but leads to complete megalomania.

Collection[edit | edit source]

Hugo Miller obtained these from three college students who were "whammied" into an attempt to usurp the dean of their college. The resulting battle was fiery until Agent Miller utilized Aesop's Grapevine to immobilize the students long enough to take off their headbands.

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