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You can get artifacts by going on expeditions. There are 20 artifacts in total, 5 of each level (1 through 4). Level 1 artifacts are only obtained by completing lvl. 1 expeditions, lvl. 2 artifacts from level 2 expeditions and so on. The chance to find an artifact on an expedition is 60%. It is unknown as to whether using hints or weapons during an expedition reduces this probability. Once you own an artifact, you can still get the same artifact by going on expeditions. Currently, surplus artifacts do not give any bonuses, but can be sold in Shop. However, finding duplicate artifacts can be used to satisfy quest requirements (such as Shogun's Katana Chapter II's requirement for a lvl. 3 artifact). Pirate hat, Ship in a bottle and Black pearl can only be found by completing the Shogun's Katana quests.

All artifacts.


Sell value of duplicates at Shop
Artifact Value
Level 1 artifact Coin.png x 50
Level 2 artifact Coin.png x 60
Level 3 artifact Coin.png x 70
Level 4 artifact Coin.png x 80



Artifacts
Level 1 expeditions Backpack
Increases capacity by 30% of the original size.
Axe
+10% drop chance:
Wood.png
Pickaxe
+10% drop chance:
Stone.png
Torch
+10% drop chance:
Coin.png
Magnifier
+10% drop chance:
Treasure map fragment lvl. 1.pngTreasure map fragment lvl. 2.pngTreasure map fragment lvl. 3.png
Level 2 expeditions Scarab
+10% drop chance:
Fragment.png
Maneki-Neko
+10% drop chance:
Gold ingot.png
Pirate's compass
+10% drop chance:
Treasure.png
Oil lamp
Increases rewards for daily quests.
Porcelain vase
Cauldron: +10% Experience.
Level 3 expeditions Eye of Horus
One extra hint per puzzle.
Hannya mask
+20% loot on expeditions:
Wood.png
Templar helm
+20% loot on expeditions:
Stone.png
Turquoise skull
+40% loot on expeditions:
Treasure.pngGold ingot.png
( Coin.png )
Dancing Shiva
Increases experience by 10%.
Level 4 expeditions Pirate hat
Ship: +25% to random events.
Ship in a bottle
Ship: Has a chance to find:
MessageInABottle.png
Black pearl
Ship: +25% drop chance:
Pearl.png
Shogun's mortar (Sho-gun)
Eternal mortar. Can be used once a day.
Shogun's katana
Eternal katana. Can be used once per puzzle.

Notes:

Backpack - this artifact will give you a flat amount of storage capacity for all items (see Items).

Oil lamp - increases rewards for Puzzle of the Day quests by 2 Coins and Wanted quests by 3 Coins.

Porcelain vase - this artifact increases experience gained from Cauldron only.

Turquoise skull - this artifact gives you 40% of Treasures' and Gold ingots' value in Coins.

  • Every Treasure from an expedition gives you an additional 20 Coins.
  • Every Gold ingot from an expedition gives you an additional 10 Coins.

Pirate hat - this artifact will be obtained (with 100% chance) by completing the Smuggler's map from Shogun's Katana Chapter III.

Ship in a bottle - this artifact will be obtained (with 100% chance) by completing the Smuggler's map from Shogun's Katana Chapter IV. The picture (Message in a bottle) is not a Treasure map fragment lvl. 4, but when you find a Message in a bottle it automatically opens and you obtain one Treasure map fragment lvl. 4.

Black pearl - this artifact will be obtained (with 100% chance) by completing the Smuggler's map from Shogun's Katana Chapter V.

Shogun's mortar (Sho-gun) - this artifact will be obtained (with 100% chance) by completing a Treasure map lvl. 4 while Shogun's Katana Chapter VI is unlocked. Every day you get one Shogun's Mortar, which is added to your warehouse and functions the same as a normal Mortar. Shogun's Mortars do not stack, meaning: if you haven't used yesterday's Shogun's Mortar, you don't get a new one. You have to first use the Shogun's mortar before you can use "normal" mortars.

Shogun's katana - this artifact will be obtained (with 100% chance) by completing a Treasure map lvl. 4 while Shogun's Katana Chapter VII is unlocked. Every puzzle you get one Shogun's Katana, which functions the same as a normal Katana. Shogun's katanas can be used only once per puzzle. You have to first use the Shogun's katana before you can use "normal" katanas.

Trivia

  • Maneki-Neko (sometimes called the lucky cat) is believed to bring good luck to the owner. The coin which the cat is holding is called a koban coin and symbolizes great fortune.


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