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All items stack infinitely and occupy one slot in the player's inventory or vault. Items can be sold or bought at a Market for coins.

Some items, such as equipment and tools don't go in the player's inventory, instead they are located in a special menu and can't be messed with at all.

Materials[edit | edit source]

Materials are items which can only be used to craft other things. Some materials can be found in the wild, some are dropped by monsters or animals, some can be crafted and some can be gained as rewards for completing quests and opening chests.

Food[edit | edit source]

Food can be consumed to regain energy. Cooked Food will recover missing health as well. In order to cook food, certain skills are required, such as Agriculture and Hunting.

Potions[edit | edit source]

Potions are consumable items with a variety of beneficial effects that may last up to a few minutes once drank. Potions can be crafted at a Cauldron and require the perks Novice Potions and Expert Potions.

Scrolls[edit | edit source]

Scrolls are consumable items with amazing magical powers. They can be crafted at an Inscription Table and require the perks Novice Scrolls and Expert Scrolls to be unlocked.

Tools[edit | edit source]

Tools are pieces of equipment that can be used for fighting, crafting, digging and puzzle solving. Some tools, like Pickaxes, Swords and Bows can be upgraded in order to become more effective.

Accessories[edit | edit source]

Accessories provide the player with passive effects such as increased inventory space and faster run speed. All accessories can be upgraded many times throughout the player's journey. Boots and Gloves are unlocked by the perk Textiles, while Amulets are unlocked by the perk Jewelry.

Farming[edit | edit source]

These are items used in farming, such as seeds.

Decoration[edit | edit source]

Decorations are items, which mostly serve a cosmetic purpose!

Artifacts[edit | edit source]

Artifacts are equipment pieces awarded by opening Locked Chests. They provide the player with a beneficial permanent bonus.

Archaeology[edit | edit source]

Archaeology items are rare finds either dug up from Digging Spots or by Fishing.

Seals[edit | edit source]

Seals are proof that the player completed a challenge in the game. They appear in the Equipment screen but have no effect in the game.