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Caligula's Battle Armor
Battle armor
Battle Armor

Origin

Caligula

Type

Shoulder and breast battle armor

Effects

Enables user to make lies become truth

Downsides

With every lie, user become sick with a mild fever. Prolonged use of Battle Armor can lead to madness and eventually death by illness

Activation

Wearing, then saying a lie

Collected by

Pete Lattimer

Section

Armerie-M15T8

Aisle

1045-180

Shelf

4863-1995-217

Date of Collection

Oct.25.2011

[Source]


OriginsEdit

Caligula was a Roman emperor whose father was Germanicus, one of the most successful generals Rome had. When Germanicus died, his wife Agrippina returned to Rome and fought with Tiberius, Caligula’s great uncle. This destroyed her family, leaving Caligula the sole male left alive. During most of Caligula’s reign, he was reported to have ruled with cruelty, sadism and personal extravagance, being presented as an insane dictator by those of his time. However, he did accomplish adding Mauretania to the Roman Empire and began the construction of two new aqueducts in Rome. He was the first emperor to be assassinated, which involved high ranking members of the Praetorian Guard, the bodyguards of the emperor.

The battle armor was used by Caligula in his campaigns through Germaina with his father.

EffectsEdit

When worn, it allows the user to turn lies into the truth. However, each lie cast causes a mild fever; overuse will lead to insanity and death.

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