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Artifact is a magical item ''not'' created by mortals (as opposed to [[Magic Item]]s that are made by a mortal).{{erf|1|035}}
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Artifact is a magical item known ''not'' to be created by mortals (as opposed to [[Magic Item]]s that are made by a mortal).{{erf|1|035}}
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==Proposed Canon==
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Known artifacts are the [[Arkenhammer]], the [[Arkenpliers]], and the [[Arkendish]] collectively referred to as the [[Arkentool]]s.
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One group of artifacts are the [[Arkentool]]s which include the [[Arkenhammer]], the [[Arkenpliers]] and the [[Arkendish]]. Parson's first [[Stupid Meal]] mentions there are four known Arkentools, but we don't know what the fourth one is.
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[[Parson]]'s [[Mathamancy Bracer|bracer]] might be an artifact.{{erf|1|054}}  
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Because of its power, [[Sizemore Rockwell|Sizemore]] conjectures that [[Parson]]'s [[Mathamancy Bracer|bracer]] might be an artifact which possibly means that the [[3D Glasses]] and [[Sword of Ruthlessness]] are also artifacts.{{erf|1|054}}
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Artifacts are powerful magical items supposedly created by the [[Titans]] themselves. Each is unique, priceless and possessed of vast powers that can be used by anyone fortunate enough to both acquire one and become attuned to it. Wars have been fought over less - and the power of artifacts can raise and lower rulers and kingdoms.
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Prominent artifact-based factions include [[Charlescomm]] - powered by the might of the [[Arkendish]] -- and the regime of [[Stanley the Tool]], who came to power through his possession of the [[Arkenhammer]] and regards it as a mark of his consecration by the [[Titans]].
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Artifacts are magical items supposedly created by the [[Titans]] themselves and likely [[Pop]] into existence, unlike [[Magic Item]]s which must be created by [[Caster]]s.  The [[Arkentool]]s may actually not be Artifacts created by the [[Titans]] since they were supposedly used by the Titans to create [[Erfworld]].
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Prominent artifact-based factions include [[Charlescomm]] -- powered by the might of the [[Arkendish]] -- the regime of [[Stanley the Tool]], who came to power through his possession of the [[Arkenhammer]] and regards it as a mark of his consecration by the [[Titans]]--and most recently Wanda with her acquisition of the [[Arkenpliers]] which she believes were destined for her by the power of [[Fate]]. While still claiming loyalty to Stanley the Tool, she does have her own units and symbol to form a side within a side.
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Revision as of 23:45, 10 February 2011

Canon

Artifact is a magical item known not to be created by mortals (as opposed to Magic Items that are made by a mortal).Erf-b1-p035Same-site.PNG

Proposed Canon

One group of artifacts are the Arkentools which include the Arkenhammer, the Arkenpliers and the Arkendish. Parson's first Stupid Meal mentions there are four known Arkentools, but we don't know what the fourth one is.

Because of its power, Sizemore conjectures that Parson's bracer might be an artifact which possibly means that the 3D Glasses and Sword of Ruthlessness are also artifacts.Erf-b1-p054Same-site.PNG

Speculation

Artifacts are magical items supposedly created by the Titans themselves and likely Pop into existence, unlike Magic Items which must be created by Casters. The Arkentools may actually not be Artifacts created by the Titans since they were supposedly used by the Titans to create Erfworld.

Prominent artifact-based factions include Charlescomm -- powered by the might of the Arkendish -- the regime of Stanley the Tool, who came to power through his possession of the Arkenhammer and regards it as a mark of his consecration by the Titans--and most recently Wanda with her acquisition of the Arkenpliers which she believes were destined for her by the power of Fate. While still claiming loyalty to Stanley the Tool, she does have her own units and symbol to form a side within a side.

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