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Jean Fleury's Aztec Gold Coins
Jean Fleury's Aztec Gold Coins

Origin

Jean Fleury

Type

Gold Coins

Effects

User can transport large amounts of objects without anyone noticing

Downsides

Increasing paranoia

Activation

Touch

Collected by

Igor Tverdislavsky

Section

Pirata-34R

Aisle

639548-2107

Shelf

178325-7643-958

Date of Collection

1787

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OriginEdit

Jean Fleury was a 16th-century French naval officer and privateer. He is best known for the capture of two out of the three Spanish galleons carrying the Aztec treasure from Mexico to Spain in 1522. This was one of the earliest recorded acts of piracy against the new Spanish Empire and encouraged the French Corsairs, Dutch Sea Beggars and English Sea Dogs to begin attacking shipping and settlements in the Spanish Main during the next several decades.

EffectsEdit

Personally stolen from his stash of Aztec treasures from Mexico to Spain in 1522. The coins allow the user to transport a large amount objects without any notice to authorities. Prolonged use of coins creates an unsettling feeling in user and overbearing paranoia.