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Chu po po po po, revert wars; don't go wikipedia on me.

Seriously, Puripuri wanted to move the so-called 'non-artifact' stuff to another page. He's not linked said page on this one, so his edit is tantamount to vandalism right now. If he wants to move such information elsewere (and honestly, I don't see any point as it's pretty much the same information for both), he should at least create and link the new page first. --BuCko

This article is linked straight from the main page. People clicking this link expect to know more about the unique artifacts in the game, which doesn't include Miracle or Godly items. The information related to them can be found in other pages, namely Equipment.

If you wanted their information to be readily available so much, then i suggest making a page dedicated to Miracle or Godly items, as they have no place in the Artifacts page. Puripuri 07:18, 4 August 2008 (UTC)Puripuri

I'm sorry i didnt realise puripuri was such bad person! please forgive me —Aaeru 08:14, 4 August 2008 (UTC)

Aren't Godly/Miracles also named, and hence unique? Just because there's a lot of them doesn't make them any less unique... I clicked this link expecting informaion on named items, as opposed to (Special) items. Given about 3-5 sentences of this otherwise rather large parge relate to non-(Special), don't you think your "extra" page would berather bare, or rather duplicatey? --bucko 09:22, 4 August 2008 (UTC)


I'd say that "randomly generated artifacts" sound VERY misleading, as there is huge difference between random artifacts and randomly dropped "known" artifacts. —Preceding unsigned comment added by Enlait (talkcontribs) 09:47, 12 June 2009

Given the context, I don't think that it was misleading... but whatever. -- Kasarn 11:37, 12 June 2009 (UTC)

Pick Pocketing[]

I've run across a few precious non-random Artifacts in various Party Time! quests. All have prompted the message (upon attempting to pick pocket them away) that doing so is impossible. Is this true of all non-random Artifacts? If it's linked to the "precious" property, it may merit a mention here. Lairian 00:02, November 27, 2009 (UTC)

Yes, you can't steal precious items. No free tax box for you. On the plus side, they're guaranteed drops. -Jatopian 01:40, November 27, 2009 (UTC)


It is my experience that sense quality skill IDs items if given enough time. No need for the greater id scroll or investigation. I know this works on Miracle quality, not sure about others.Corus Maximus 21:55, June 8, 2010 (UTC)

Yep. Added to the article. -- Kasarn 01:36, June 20, 2010 (UTC)