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
Rarity4 Stars5 Stars
HP645 - 3,571717 - 4,780
Plume of Death Icon Plume of Death.png
Rarity4 Stars5 Stars
ATK42 - 23247 - 311
Sands of Eon Icon Sands of Eon.png
Rarity4 Stars5 Stars
HP%6.3 - 34.8%7.0 - 46.6%
ATK%6.3 - 34.8%7.0 - 46.6%
DEF%7.9 - 43.5%8.7 - 58.3%
Elemental Mastery25 - 13928 - 187
Energy Recharge%7.0 - 38.7%7.8 - 51.8%
Goblet of Eonothem Icon Goblet of Eonothem.png
Rarity4 Stars5 Stars
HP%6.3 - 34.8%7.0 - 46.6%
ATK%6.3 - 34.8%7.0 - 46.6%
DEF%7.9 - 43.5%8.7 - 58.3%
Elemental Mastery25 - 13928 - 187
Elemental DMG Bonus%6.3 - 34.8%7.0 - 46.6%
Physical DMG Bonus%7.9 - 43.5%8.7 - 58.3%
Circlet of Logos Icon Circlet of Logos.png
Rarity4 Stars5 Stars
HP%6.3 - 34.8%7.0 - 46.6%
ATK%6.3 - 34.8%7.0 - 46.6%
DEF%7.9 - 43.5%8.7 - 58.3%
Elemental Mastery25 - 13928 - 187
CRIT Rate%4.2 - 23.2%4.7 - 31.1%
CRIT DMG%8.4 - 46.4%9.3 - 62.2%
Healing Bonus%4.8 - 26.8%5.4 - 35.9%

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
4 Stars +16 2-3 1-2 2-3
5 Stars +20 3-4 0-1 4-5

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

Possible sub-stat values
Rarity4 Stars5 Stars
HP167 / 191 / 215 / 239209 / 239 / 269 / 299
ATK11 / 12 / 14 / 1614 / 16 / 18 / 19
DEF13 / 15 / 17 / 1916 / 19 / 21 / 23
HP%3.3% / 3.7% / 4.2% / 4.7%4.1% / 4.7% / 5.3% / 5.8%
ATK%3.3% / 3.7% / 4.2% / 4.7%4.1% / 4.7% / 5.3% / 5.8%
DEF%4.1% / 4.7% / 5.3% / 5.8%5.1% / 5.8% / 6.6% / 7.3%
Elemental Mastery13 / 15 / 17 / 1916 / 19 / 21 / 23
Energy Recharge%3.6% / 4.1% / 4.7% / 5.2%4.5% / 5.2% / 5.8% / 6.5%
CRIT Rate%2.2% / 2.5% / 2.8% / 3.1%2.7% / 3.1% / 3.5% / 3.9%
CRIT DMG%4.4% / 5% / 5.6% / 6.2%5.4% / 6.2% / 7% / 7.8%

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


Item Royal Flora.png Royal Flora
A satin flower with a glossy finish, fit for an elegant gathering. It still looks as distinguished as it did on the day it was cast aside.

A blue lily made of silky satin
that once served as a noblewoman’s headdress.

A noble who once ruled over Mondstadt left it behind.
In that legendary age, the nobles were examples for the people.
They guided their subjects with their conduct and wisdom.
They were the true representation of the people of Mondstadt.
They were noble not only in lineage,
but also in their commitment to virtues and principles.

The longevity of the nobles was cut short by their endless self-indulgence.
Ostentation gave way to devolution.
Item Royal Plume.png Royal Plume
A feathered hat accessory worn by the old aristocrats of Mondstadt on hunts. It still stands proudly as if no time has passed.

The feather of a falcon proudly perched on top of an old noble's hat.
Hunting with the common folk and sharing the spoils with them was an old tradition.

Commonplace were the hunts, a hobby of the ruling class of Mondstadt.
The festivities were shared with their servants and the common folk,
As a sign of the benevolence of the nobles.
All the people were eager participants in the festivities.

Hunts soon lost their meaning.
The nobles everything as their own, presuming it their right. Proudly the feather still stood, yet faded was its color in the people's eyes.
Item Royal Pocket Watch.png Royal Pocket Watch
A pocket watch that once belonged to the old aristocrats of Mondstadt. Passed down from generation to generation, it has witnessed many years of history.

An exquisite pocket watch made of sapphire.
It remains functional even after all these years.

The pocket watch of a noble who once ruled over Mondstadt. The time it tells is still accurate.
Punctuality is a virtue, and this pocket watch helped the nobles stay on a virtuous path.
It was more for self-discipline than a tool to influence the common folk.
At daybreak, a worthy noble must be more vigilant than his people.
At night, he should be more thoughtful and restless than they.

Over the years, the once-strict schedule was overturned by their indolent descendants.
Their timepieces grew more extravagant, but lost their virtuous function.
Item Royal Silver Urn.png Royal Silver Urn
An ornamental urn that once belonged to the old aristocrats of Mondstadt. Mournful winds seem to echo within its empty interior.

An ornamental urn made of sapphire, bearing the silver insignia of a noble house.
It is exquisite and elegant, a testament to the aesthetics of the ancient nobles of Mondstadt.

A noble who once ruled over Mondstadt left it behind.
However, the extravagant treasures that once lay inside are now gone.
These luxuries were symbols of the noble's stature,
as well as the confidence, pride, and prosperity of the people of Mondstadt.

Then, the nobles fell prey to power.
They took and they spent without regard to the people.
Luxurious accessories became vanity items.
Item Royal Masque.png Royal Masque
A masquerade mask worn by the old aristocrats of Mondstadt. Its hollow eyes are fixated on the golden days of the past.

A silver mask inlaid with gold and gems and engraved with delicate patterns.
Delicately made, it showcases the elegance and customs of the old nobles.

The first nobles who rose up to rule Mondstadt began as heroes of humble origins.
These great chieftains and elegant princes as well as beautiful princesses and noblemen
once welcomed the people to their banquets and feasts.
In those days long past, the nobles shared their wisdom and elegance generously.

In that golden age, the nobles shared with the people their knowledge and profits.
But the later nobles were seduced by power. Their banquets were exclusively for their own pleasure.


  • Noblesse oblige is a French expression that translates to "nobility obliges".

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