23 Blades from the Assassination of Julius Caesar
Gladiator daggers


Assassination of Julius Caesar


23 Daggers


The blades will attack any target


User will suffer from massive internal bleeding


Hold one of the daggers

Collected by

Various Warehouse Agents









The assassination of Julius Caesar was the result of a conspiracy by many Roman senators. Led by Gaius Cassius Longinus and Marcus Junius Brutus, they stabbed Julius Caesar to death in a location adjacent to the Theatre of Pompey on the Ides of March (March 15), 44 BCE. Caesar was the dictator of the Roman Republic at the time, having recently been declared dictator perpetuo by the Senate. This declaration made several senators fear that Caesar wanted to overthrow the Senate in favor of tyranny, yet the conspirators never restored the Roman Republic. The ramifications of the assassination led to the Liberators' civil war and, ultimately, to the Principate period of the Roman Empire. "Et tu, Brute?" were his final words as he died from his wounds.

Those are the facts that modern history has accepted as truth, which is where the deviation with Warehouse events occurs. What actually occured was that Caesar was heavily involved in Warehouse matters and security, as he unsuccessfully tried to capture the artifacts of Warehouse 2. Worried about his ambition to control the world through the Warehouse, the Regents sanctioned his assassination attempt, paying off twenty three conspirators to murder him, including Marcus Brutus as their leader.


When one of the daggers is held, the other 22 daggers will protect the user. When the user points the dagger at a target, each of the other daggers will stab the target. The user will then begin to bleed internally, as if they were the target.