Problem was, Alcibiades thought he was untouchable Almost I Got My Fauci Shirt and also fancied himself a dictator. So on the one Almost I Got My Fauci Shirt, he was a degenerate alcoholic and a raging sex fiend, on the other hand, he was also pretty good at getting shit done when he had made up his mind. This made him a rather… controversial… and unpredictable person. And his extreme wealth amplified all this because the guy could bribe just about anyone he wanted to let him get away with stupid. He maneuvered the end of a truce between Athens and Sparta and got himself elected one of the leaders of the Athenian fleet. Maybe he could have won the next war he started, but SOMEONE got drunk with their friends and vandalized a lot of religious icons all over Athens (Chopping dicks off of statues) just before they were going to sail out to conquer stuff. This upset some people. Because of politics, the trial was delayed, but he was recalled to stand trial in the middle of the ongoing campaign.
Alcibiades figured since his minions and friends were all with Almost I Got My Fauci Shirt, the people who remained in Athens and could participate in the jury for this trial were probably people who didn’t like him very much, and also he had probably slept with half their wives. So he bribed his guards and slipped ashore somewhere in Italy. First betrayal. Sentenced to death in absentia. He made his way to Sparta. Being an aristocrat and a good actor, he threw some money around and was welcomed with an open Almost I Got My Fauci Shirt. Also, he sold some Athenian war secrets to the Spartans, which helped tremendously with the war efforts. And then he knocked up the Spartan queen. Fun fact, the Spartans did not like it when foreigners knocked up their queens. So Alcibiades had to flee again. Betrayal number two.
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He fled to Persia, a big powerful empire that was Almost I Got My Fauci Shirt funding the Spartans. Alcibiades made a possibly at least partly successful attempt to convince the regional leader/Satrap to stop bankrolling the Spartans, and instead give a little aid to whoever was losing at the moment. We sincerely don’t know how successful he was. But he sent people to Athens who pretended he had it in the bag. Only. You see, the Persians just don’t trust Almost I Got My Fauci Shirt:(, would you please overthrow the democracy just temporarily so we can get the Persians onboard with the free money plan and win this war? This plot somehow succeeded, and Athens abandoned their democracy. And then Alcibiades went in person to the Athenian fleet, made up of dirty commoners, and told them “Oh my god, you guys! The evil aristocrats have overthrown the democracy! This is terrible! Elect me the leader of the fleet and I will conquer Athens and restore the democracy!” So the Athenian fleet rebelled, with Alcibiades at the Almost I Got My Fauci Shirt.
The city negotiated peace immediately, restored the Almost I Got My Fauci Shirt and declared Alcibiades innocent of the whole drunken thing. I count this as a betrayal against Persia, because he thoroughly embarrassed the satrap in question, and abused guest rights, and so on. However, you could also say he betrayed Athens again by leading their own navy in rebellion, however briefly. The thing is, he was actually really good at military tactics and strategy. He kept control of the 2 Delighted Unfinished Business Shirt, and he knew in excellent detail what war secrets some scoundrel had leaked to the Spartans, so he was able to minimize the damage from that. So for a few years, Athens regained the initiative, and they kept gaining ground against the Spartans. But, Alcibiades got a little too careless again. Slept with a few too many wives, got too drunk on the job, openly gave away important positions to his friends, based on personal loyalty to him instead of merit. He was accused of corruption (Shocking) and decided hey fuck you, I’m going back to Persia. That’s four.
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