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N.B. : When first acquired, statues are unidentified and will read "Statue of Celestial Statue."

  • Statue of Ehekatl - Can be obtained from a dream. Weighs 12.0s. When used, gives a bonus of 77 to your luck for 2500 turns. Has a cooldown time of 480h.
  • Statue of Jure - Obtained as a reward for the Sewer Sweepage quest. When used, the user's party's sanity will reset to 0 (in other words, it cures insanity). Has a cooldown time of 720h.
  • Statue of Lulwy - Obtained as a reward for the Rare Books quest. When used in weather other than Etherwind, changes the weather. When used during Etherwind, has no effect, but still goes on cooldown with the following message: A rather angry voice echos, "Listen my little slave. Did you really think I would turn a hand in this filthy wind for you?". Has a cooldown time of 120h.
  • Statue of Opartos[sic] - Obtained as a reward for the Pyramid Trial Level 16 quest. When used, Opatos "shakes the land for you" -- in other words, resets the world map so it has some new random dungeons. Exactly the same thing as "A sudden diastrophism hits the continent." event that happens sometimes, and similarly only takes effect leaving when the map where the statue was used. Has a cooldown time of 240h.
  • Statue of Kumiromi - Kumiromi "shakes the land for you." Earthquakes reset dungeons. Probably an unimplemented item, as its function and cooldown are identical to that of the statue of Opatos. In Elona+, creates up to three rare seeds instead, and cooldown is changed to 120h. Weighs 15.0s.
  • Statue of Mani - Mani "shakes the land for you." Earthquakes reset dungeons. Probably an unimplemented item, as its function and cooldown are identical to that of the statue of Opatos. In Elona+, it invokes Boost on the user and has a cooldown of 48h. Weighs 15.0s.
  • Statue of Itzpalt - In Elona+, this item activates a powerful Attribution Shield buff on you and all allies in sight when used, for a duration of 100 turns. Has a cooldown time of 120h. Weighs 15.0s.
  • Statue of Yacatect - An Elona+ exclusive item, obtaining by buying the Maid Mansion. Using it produces a small pile of gold and items similar to what you might get from a low-level Wizard's Harvest spell. Has a cooldown time of 24h. Weighs 15.0s.



  • Freezer - Stores up to 15 stacks of food items, and suspends their rotting process. Can only be opened in your house (cannot be used in a dungeon, or even in a storage house). Freezers appear to act only as access points to a fixed storage area instead of as normal containers -- therefore, it is a little pointless to buy two freezers for the same location as both freezers will access the same storage space. One is found in your starting cave and more can be bought at the Embassy. In Elona+, it can also be used at the Maid Mansion.
  • Salary Chest - Your salary is placed here twice a month. Holds a maximum of 400 stacks of items. Like the freezer, each chest connects to the same storage space. Once taken out, items cannot be placed back inside. Found in your starting cave and can be bought at the Embassy.
  • Heir Trunk - If you created your current character by incarnation using a gene file, this will contain the items that were in the inventory of the character who made the file. Excludes precious items and some valuable items, like deeds and Kitty Banks. Found in the starting cave and can be bought at the Embassy.
  • Cooler Box - Holds up to 4 stacks of food items. Items within will not rot, just like the items in a freezer. Items within have their weight transferred to the weight of the box itself. Obtained from the Puppy Cave quest. Can be Given to a pet to carry (or via interacting) if you're carrying too much weight. If you get a second cooler box (either via the Little sister quest or wishing in wizard mode) the second box will store a separate four items from the first.
  • Kitty Banks - These items are the main way for a character to store money. When used (t) the character will attempt to put money into the bank equal to the GP amount in the name of the bank. If the character has at least that amount of money, the player will put that much money into the bank, otherwise nothing happens. A bank may be 'filled' multiple times, but the only way to retrieve money placed within the bank is to Throw it, causing it to shatter and freeing the money inside. This destroys the bank. May be bought from general vendors and found in dungeons. There are two guaranteed Kitty Banks generated in the Thieves' Guild, and one in Noyel which eventually respawns if stolen or broken.
  • Treasure Ball - Balls filled with treasure that can be obtained from the treasure ball machines located in Palmia and Port Kapul, and may be found in dungeons or as monster drops. They contain a piece of equipment, and sometimes medals or a potion of cure corruption. The 500 yen version (rare treasure ball) is considerably rarer and may hold a secret experience of Kumiromi. 100 yen and 500 yen coins may be found at sampling spots and can be earned by winning multiple arena matches in a row. The treasure machines can be bought in the Embassy if you want them in your house. In Elona Mobile they are called Gacha balls.
  • Gamble Chest - Locked boxes that always have a level indicated in their name; the higher the level the harder they are to unlock. They generate a stack of gold when opened, usually less than the cost of buying the chest but sometimes much more. The most common purpose of these containers is to train your Lock Picking skill.
  • Safe - Always carry varying amounts of gold and/or raw ores, may also contain medals. Frequently locked. Weigh 300 stones regardless of content. Found static in towns, in dungeons, and occasionally dropped by drakes, dragons, and liches. Cannot be used to store items. As of recent versions of Elona+, it is possible to find one while digging in fort or tower types of dungeons.
  • Chest - Has a good chance of holding excellent equipment and sometimes medals. Occasionally locked. Weighs 300 stones regardless of content, and can be found in dungeons (static ones appear in the three areas you go to in order to retrieve the three stones for the main quest).
  • Bejeweled Chest - Not to be confused with the above, one is always given as a reward for slaying a dungeon master; however, they can also be found in the randomly generated parts of the dungeon or dropped by monsters. May contain anything from miracle equipment to vegetables. Weighs 3 stones regardless of content (thankfully). May be locked, though the ones you get for slaying dungeon masters are always unlocked. Three bejeweled chests can be found at the very back of each Fort of Chaos.
  • Wallet (lost property) - May drop when a tourist dies; also found randomly generated in towns (1 out of 20 town updates). Depending on your level, opening the wallet will give you some gold (potentially a very good amount), ores, and possibly a small medal, but you will lose 4 karma. If turned in to a guard unopened you will gain 5 karma instead. Handing in an opened, empty wallet will make you lose an additional 5 karma for a loss of 9 karma total. They weigh 0.2s and are generally locked.
  • Suitcase (lost property) - Found randomly generated in towns (chance is 1 out of 15 town updates). Like a chest, opening the suitcase will give you (potentially valuable) equipment, and you will lose 8 karma instead of 4. If turned in to a guard unopened you will gain 5 karma. Just like the lost wallet, handing in an empty suitcase will make you lose an additional 5 karma for a total of -13. Usually locked.
    • Note: In version 1.17 beta or later, guards will get suspicious if you attempt to turn in suitcases or wallets too frequently, causing a gain of 5 karma for returning it but a loss of 10 karma for the guard's suspicion, totaling a net loss of 5 karma! This was reverted in early versions of Elona+.
  • Material Box - Contains various materials, usually of the common kind. Weighs 1.3 stones regardless of content. May be locked.


  • Iron Maiden - Basically a suicide item. Using it or trying to steal it makes you enter it and someone closes it, effectively killing you (unless you have at least 9999 HP remaining before use). Monsters will never be harmed by it. Found in the Thieves' Guild if you're curious, and you can rarely see it for sale from goods vendors if you want one for yourself. Also found randomly within dungeons.
  • Guillotine - Same as the Iron Maiden. Using it or trying to steal it causes someone to pull on the rope, dropping the blade.
  • Tight Rope - Another suicide item, albeit this time it will ask you to confirm your suicide before you die ("You hang yourself."). You will always get a tight rope in your jail cell and on brand-new floors of your home.
  • Sand Bag - You can attach it to a monster to allow you to attack the monster without having it die; it will also display the amount of damage you do to it when you attack it (the numbers in the bracket next to the attack message). To capture a monster, you have to weaken it first, then use the Sand Bag on it. You can't move the Sand Bag after you capture a hostile monster, so make sure it's exactly where you want it to be at. It can however be displaced by pets and teleported, by itself or by you. A neutral monster like a horse can be displaced by yourself though. You can also release the monster after you capture it, letting you use the Sand Bag again unlike monster balls that are lost in the process. The monster can be dominated at your leisure, but be warned that you cannot recover the Sand Bag if you do so. Sand Bags left in a city will disappear, as will adventurers invited to your house which have been captured. Sand bags can be used to train your casting and spell power. Don't try to change the monster (using Change Creature), it will make the Sand Bag disappear.
    • In later versions of Elona+, attacking a creature in a sandbag will not train any combat or spell levels. Casting a bolt while having negative mana at a creature in a sandbag and having it pass through a pet, for example, will not train casting, magic capacity, control magic, or the spell level of bolt itself. The exact restrictions are unknown, but it appears to prevent training utility spells as well, e.g. create wall, while targeting/in proximity of a sandbagged creature. The only exception to this is zapping a rod, which still trains magic device normally. Unknown when this feature was removed, but it still works as of Elona+ version 1.06.
  • Rune - Lets you pick a player-made area from a list and teleport to it. Similar to a Moongate. Sold at general vendors. The rune may only be used when the player is in a town map. Counts as furniture.
  • Token of Friendship - A gift received from another adventurer who visits your home after becoming friends; in Elona+ it can also be made via a pot for fusion. If given to an NPC or pet once you've reached at least a 'Friend' relationship level it will improve your relationship level, similar to using to engagement jewelry but not equipped; if given to anyone with a relationship level below 'Friend' it will do nothing. It is precious and weighs nothing, and is grouped between small medals and cargo. If given to a pet, cannot be reclaimed ("It's mine."), but trying does not destroy the item or decrease your relationship. In Elona+ it disappears after being given, so as to not clutter up the inventory of the NPC or pet.


Warning: minor spoilers ahead.

  • Secret experience of Lomias - If used, it gives you the message "You have a bad feeling about this..." in purple but doesn't do anything else in the playthrough it is used, instead it spawns the artifact The Begger's Pendant in Your Home when you reincarnate your adventurer (i.e.: your child will get it). Occasionally (25%) dropped by Lomias when he dies, but can also be wished for. A prologue story sequence plays during the new character's intro that implies Lomias had claimed the starting cave by killing the previous inhabitant, a beggar.
  • Secret experience of Kumiromi - Can be used to gain one extra chance to select a feat from the Feat menu. Using more will grant one extra feat every 10 levels, up to (your level/10) rounded up. Will not be consumed if used before being able to get another feat. Can be obtained through wishing. Occasionally dropped by fairies (a 1/200 chance). (Elona+: Gets discarded after being used to gain a feat.)
  • Secret treasure (Elona+: Secret treasure of Mani) - Gives you the Mutant racial feat, which makes you grow new body parts (i.e. grants more equipment slots) every few levels. If you exceed 13 slots, your body will become "complicated" and you will receive a 5% speed loss for each new part, to a maximum of -50%. Only obtainable by wishing in wizard mode.
  • Secret treasure of Ehekatl- Using it gives you a feat that increases the chance of you finding better quality items. Given by Ehekatl of Luck as a reward for worship.
  • Secret treasure of Jure - Using it gives you a feat that causes your Sanity to decrease faster -- i.e., you will recover from being insane more quickly. Given by Jure of Healing as a reward for worship.
  • Secret treasure of Itzpalt - Using it gives you a feat that improves elemental spells you cast. Given by Itzpalt of Element as a reward for worship.
  • Secret treasure of Opatos - Using it gives you a feat that reduces physical damage you take. Given by Opatos of Earth as a reward for worship.
  • Secret treasure of saint - Grants a feat that raises Karma limit by 20 (for a total upper limit of 40 karma maximum). Does not stack. Overwrites the feat from the Secret treasure of the Wicked when used. Occasionally dropped by Gwen the innocent.
  • Secret Treasure of the Wicked - Grants a feat that lowers Karma limit by 20 (for a total upper limit of 0 karma maximum) and reduces all Karma losses by 25%. As Karma adjustments are always truncated (rounded down), this means losses of one point no longer incur any penalty at all. Does not stack. Overwrites the feat from the Secret treasure of Saint when used. Earned from the Red Blossom in Palmia quest.

Items with a Passive effect[]

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Fireproof blanket: Weighs 0.9s. Protects one item per charge when receiving a fire-elemental attack. The effect is passive, just have this item in your inventory (also works for pets if they have it). Can be recharged using Fill Charge.

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Coldproof blanket: Weighs 0.9s. Protects one item per charge when receiving a cold-elemental attack. The effect is passive, just have this item in your inventory (also works for pets if they have it). Can be recharged using Fill Charge.


Lockpick: Weighs 0.4s. Having this item in your inventory makes you able to crack safes, chests and so on. Remember that containers can be opened with spacebar or o.

Elona+ exclusive items

Magatama: Weighs 0.2s. Having this item in your inventory prevents your fire-based attacks from destroying items.


Magaqua: Weighs 0.2s. Having this item in your inventory makes you always wet: fire resistance is increased, lightning resistance is reduced, and speed is increased according to your swimming skill (note: swimming won't be trained if you have a magaqua).


Magaice: Weighs 0.2s. Having this item in your inventory prevents your ice-based attacks from destroying items.


Big brush: Weighs 0.8s. Increases the effect of the Rubbing special action, used for improving the quality of products dropped from killed monsters in a ranch.


Pleasant sleep blanket: Weighs 0.8s. Give this blanket to your pet(s) to prevent them triggering morning events (cooking and armor making). Useful if you have multiple pets having the same cooking/tailoring/carpentry skill but only want to train one.

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Bio battery: Weighs 1.0s. Having this item in your inventory prevents changes to height and weight.

Precious items with a Passive effect[]


<Super Lure>: Elona+ item. See Item's page for details.


Skeleton key: It increases your chances of successfully picking a lock.

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<Scissors of Kumiromi>: Elona+ item. If your gardening skill is high enough with this item, regrowing plants will always grow when you harvest them. Dropped by Amurdad.

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<Mug of Ehekatl>: Elona+ item. This item prevents mutations, stat changes, pregnant, and status effects from drinking out of wells, fountains, and toilets. Obtaining gold, wishes, and attribute potential is still possible. Dropped by Sinaha.

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<Bookmark of Itzpalt>: Elona+ item. Holding this item lowers the delay between being able to read skill books to 4 hours. Dropped by Sophia.

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<Glasses of Yacatect>: Elona+ item. When in possession of this item, you can see the decimal places and exact percentage of potentials of main attributes (luck excluded), as well as their added bonuses. You can track attributes as well. You can even view these attributes on pets whenever you investigate them. Dropped by Karavika.

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<Very pistol of Mani>: Elona+ item dropped by Garziem. Holding this item makes usage of the Directive special action work regardless of pet visibility and no longer consume a turn.

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<Candle of Luluwy>: Elona+ item. When your master/servant relationship with a pet rises while you possess this item, your friendship with them will also increase. It will also decrease a pet's loss in friendship rating when performing forced sleep sharing. Dropped by Arasiel.

In Mobile, a God's Treasure. Increases special ally's Reproduction by 23 and up to 150.

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<Amulet of Jure>: Elona+ item. There is a 63/64 chance that the PC will be immediately cured if they become sick or anorexic. Dropped by Rovid.

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<Dumbbell of Opatos>: Elona+ item. Changes the experience gained from the training machine to 7x its normal value on a successful roll, and causes failed rolls to give almost as much as normal experience rather than none. Dropped by Urcaguary.

Elona Mobile[]

See the Items (mobile) page.