Zoroaster's Bones
Zoroaster's Bones.jpg
Painting of Zoroaster when he was alive

Origin

Zoroaster

Type

Human Remains

Effects

Multiple

Downsides

Multiple

Activation

Multiple

Collected by

Various

Section

The Dark Vault

Aisle

Podiums# 70 through 73

[Source]


Origin[edit | edit source]

Zoroaster was the prophet of Ancient Iran, whose transformation of his inherited religion, Zoroastrianism, inaugurated a movement that eventually became the dominant religion in Ancient Persia. A native speaker of Old Avestand he lived in the eastern part of the Iranian Plateau. When he was twenty he had an experience on a river bank during the spring festival. There was a man who revealed himself as Vohu Manah (Good Purpose) and taught him about the six radiant figures, himself, Wise Spirit, Hostile Spirit, Truth and Lie. Taking this knowledge he began teaching people to seek Asha (Truth). He later received more visions, this time of the seven Amesha Spenta. Zoroaster then began to teach about free will and the opposition of the use of hallucinogenic plants in rituals, over-ritualizing religious ceremonies and animal sacrifices as well as opposing a class system in Persia.

Effects[edit | edit source]

Each item can cause apocalyptical events if mishandled

  • Skull: Can destroy Cities turning everything to ash
  • Clavicle: Can be used to control other people
  • Humerus: Causes earthquakes if stuck in sand
  • Ulna (both needed): Can cause fire to rain from the skies

Other bones MIA

Storage and Handling[edit | edit source]

Stored under separate neutralizer fields in the Dark Vault. The podiums containing the bones are kept in close proximity to each other.

Neutralizer gloves are mandatory. Artifacts activate in different ways, and the correct safety precautions must be taken with each, as listed on each Bone's display card. Store each bone in its own separate neutralizer box within thirty seconds of removing from the neutralizer field to prevent accidental activation.

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