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Gerolamo Cardano's Dice
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Origin

Gerolamo Cardano

Type

Dice

Effects

Lets the user understand probability better and make less likely events come true

Downsides

Person becomes addicted to gambling

Activation

Rolling them

Collected by

Warehouse 12

Section

Echo-35R

Aisle

2461-970

Shelf

15089-6326-124

Date of Collection

January 13, 1887

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OriginsEdit

Gerolamo Cardano was an Italian polymath who helped make the basic rules of probability. He was known to be a gambler, so when he was short of money he would play chess and other games. Cardano's understanding of probability allowed him to bet on the most likely events, letting him win more money more often than his opponents.

EffectsEdit

When rolled, the dice imbues the person with an understanding of probability and in certain situations, which outcome is more likely. However, if the user desires something hard to come true, then the dice can let that happen when rolled again. The downside is the user turns into a compulsive gambler with repetitive use.

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