Main Stats

Each artifact has one main stat, determined by the artifact's type/slot. Its starting value is determined by the artifact's rarity. See Artifacts/Main Stat Scaling for values per level.

Flower of Life Icon Flower of Life.png
Rarity3 Stars
HP430 - 1,893
Plume of Death Icon Plume of Death.png
Rarity3 Stars
ATK28 - 123
Sands of Eon Icon Sands of Eon.png
Rarity3 Stars
HP%5.2 - 23.1%
ATK%5.2 - 23.1%
DEF%6.6 - 28.8%
Elemental Mastery21 - 92
Energy Recharge%5.8 - 25.6%
Goblet of Eonothem Icon Goblet of Eonothem.png
Rarity3 Stars
HP%5.2 - 23.1%
ATK%5.2 - 23.1%
DEF%6.6 - 28.8%
Elemental Mastery21 - 92
Elemental DMG Bonus%5.2 - 23.1%
Physical DMG Bonus%6.6 - 28.8%
Circlet of Logos Icon Circlet of Logos.png
Rarity3 Stars
HP%5.2 - 23.1%
ATK%5.2 - 23.1%
DEF%6.6 - 28.8%
Elemental Mastery21 - 92
CRIT Rate%3.5 - 15.4%
CRIT DMG%7.0 - 30.8%
Healing Bonus%4.0 - 17.8%

Sub Stats

Along with the main stat, artifacts can have up to 4 sub-stats; the starting number is based on its rarity.

An artifact cannot have duplicate sub-stats, and its sub-stats cannot be the same as the main stat. (E.g., an artifact with an ATK% main stat cannot gain an ATK% sub-stat, but could have a flat ATK sub-stat.)

Rarity Max LV Base # of
Sub Stats
# of Unlocks # of Upgrades
3 Stars +12 1-2 2-3 0-1

The initial value of each sub-stat is also randomized according to rarity.

Possible sub-stat values
Rarity3 Stars
HP100 / 115 / 129 / 143
ATK7 / 7 / 8 / 9
DEF8 / 9 / 10 / 11
HP%2.5% / 2.8% / 3.2% / 3.5%
ATK%2.5% / 2.8% / 3.2% / 3.5%
DEF%3.1% / 3.5% / 3.9% / 4.4%
Elemental Mastery10 / 11 / 13 / 14
Energy Recharge%2.7% / 3.1% / 3.5% / 3.9%
CRIT Rate%1.6% / 1.9% / 2.1% / 2.3%
CRIT DMG%3.3% / 3.7% / 4.2% / 4.7%

Artifact stats were primarily sourced from Honey Impact

Every 4 enhancement levels, an artifact sub-stat gets added or increased:

  • If the artifact has fewer than 4 sub-stats, it gains a new random sub-stat with a random value from the table above.
  • If the artifact already has 4 sub-stats, a random sub-stat is increased by a random amount from the table above.

Enhancing

Enhancing artifacts require other artifacts to be used as fodder. See Artifacts#Enhancing.

Lore

Item Lucky Dog's Clover.png Lucky Dog's Clover
A four-leaf clover that grows in the wild. It was picked because it is said to bring good luck.

One who is favored by fortune tends to experience at least their fair share of miracles.
The legendary four-leaf clover, for instance, is a precious find that brings luck to its bearer.
Once, while playing in the field, the carefree young boy known as Lucky Dog happened across just such a clover.
Delighted, he plucked it from the ground and put it in his pocket.
No-one knows whether it was the clover which brought him his good fortune, or the other way around.
Item Lucky Dog's Eagle Feather.png Lucky Dog's Eagle Feather
A monster once cornered an adventurer, but was then picked off by a hunting eagle... That eagle dropped this feather, which now carries some of the adventurer's good luck.

When fortune has your back, even the most ferocious monster has to yield.
Strolling in the forest, the boy known as Lucky Dog had no idea that a monster was lurking nearby, having singled him out as its prey.
The boy became distracted by some colorful mushrooms, and the monster pounced. He leaped out and landed on the poisonous mushrooms, stomping them flat.
This was going to be an easy hunt, the monster thought — until a feather from the eagle circling above fell quietly onto its back.
Item Lucky Dog's Hourglass.png Lucky Dog's Hourglass
A broken hourglass from which all the sand has escaped. But it's fine, because the passage of time means nothing to someone without a single worry in the whole world.

Even time itself could not leave a wrinkle on the face of the happy-go-lucky boy known as Lucky Dog.
Lucky Dog had no family, let alone children of his own.
But in the course of his life of good fortune, he considered all he met as his friends and family.
As his life was nearing its end, he saw an hourglass with sand flowing down, as if counting down his remaining time.
He simply chuckled, took a slingshot, and shattered the hourglass.
Item Lucky Dog's Goblet.png Lucky Dog's Goblet
An exquisite metallic vessel that was once used to knock out a thief.

Once there was a child favored by fortune from the day he was born.
Try as they might, even the most vicious bandits could not lay a finger on him. He became known as Lucky Dog.
The child grew up, and one day in the throes of adulthood he found himself stumbling drunk along the back alley behind the tavern.
Under the starless sky, a vicious bandit prepared to rob Lucky Dog, taking advantage of his compromised state.
But just as the bandit was about to strike, a flying goblet hit him square on the forehead, knocking him out cold.
Naturally, this makes Lucky Dog one of very few people known to have benefited, rather than suffered, from being in the vicinity of a tavern brawl.
Item Lucky Dog's Silver Circlet.png Lucky Dog's Silver Circlet
Its former owner once fell into a cave and found the treasure trove of an exiled royal. This is a souvenir from that incident.

One who is favored by fortune can find priceless treasures in the most deadly of traps.
While wandering around some ruins, the boy known as Lucky Dog accidentally fell into a deep pit.
He landed safely on a pile of dust. It turned out to be a mattress that over the years had gradually broken down, eventually turning to dust.
Just like that, Lucky Dog discovered a treasure trove left by the old aristocrats. This circlet came to epitomize his luck.

Change History

Released in Version 1.0

References

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