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This is a list of all of the Antiquities that are found in Artaeum.

ON-icon-quest-Book 02.png Name Faded Psijic Folio Value 250
Amalien
Is this some kind of Psijic folio? At last! A chance to reveal their shrouded mysteries! Their hidden truths! Wait—why is it blank? Is this a joke? An unused booklet? An Elf tries not to get her hopes up …. How depressing.
Verita Numida
Giving up so soon? That's hardly the Amalien I know. Look closer. Just there, near the spine and along the edges. See those glyphs? Barely visible to the eye? This book may have played a role in secret Psijic correspondence.
Amalien
Of course! A group as powerful and secretive as the Psijic Order wouldn't just set ink to parchment like some common mage. I only wonder how they managed to make these markings. A magic plume, or do they simply will the glyphs into being?
Type Treasure
Difficulty Simple
‎‎Lead
  • Accessible by default
ON-icon-stolen-Spoon.png Name Warped Scrying Dipper Value 1,000
Gabrielle Benele
Appears to be some kind of wand. Beech or Hickory, I think. So plain in appearance that some might use it in a game of fetch with the family dog. But I'd advise against that. There's a powerful magic at its core.
Ugron gro-Thumog
Old Elves and their crazy magic. It reminds me of a pestle of some kind. For dipping, stirring, or crushing. I hear the Psijics can read water. Some kind of powerful augury based on watching ripples. Maybe they make the ripples with this?
Amalien
You may be right, Ugron. The tip of the wand seems darker and more gnarled than the rest. I suspect the Order's scriers tap the surface of their basins with this ensorcelled tool to get a better view of the world, and perhaps even the future!
Type Treasure
Difficulty Intermediate
‎‎Lead
ON-icon-stolen-Trinkets.png Name Ritemaster's Slate Value 5,000
Gabrielle Benele
I've never seen one of these! A famed Ritemaster's Slate. According to Psijic tomes, Ritemasters like Iachesis used these unassuming objects to write theorums [sic] and spells, then store them in a harmless demi-plane for later use. A journal unlike any other! I only wish I could travel to the strange realm these theorums [sic] reside in. Do the thoughts move, or talk? Are they reduced to ash, then reassembled? I fear we'll never know.
Type Treasure
Difficulty Advanced
‎‎Lead
ON-icon-fragment-Coral Plating.png Name Coral Plating Value N/A
Gabrielle Benele
I've read that dense corals provided the entire foundation of Thras. They probably mined it in much the same way we mine iron and stone, right?
Verita Numida
Undoubtedly. The Sload used the tangled nest of coral formations to get around, but they must have developed a way to harvest it as well. I can't even begin to imagine how. This coral feels hard as stone, and I can't imagine a Sload swinging a pick!
Ugron gro-Thumog
Take a hard look at the plates. Subtle variations in the color and the pattern of hollows. Different corals probably provided different advantages in battle. Lightness, durability, etc. Best part: it won't sink you to the bottom of the sea.
Type Mythic Item Fragment (Thrassian Stranglers)
Difficulty Master
‎‎Lead
  • Fishing in any Mystic fishing hole