You must be familiar with the term “attributes” or “additional items” in games that enhance our characters.
In Genshin Impact, we are familiar with the term “Artifact.” So, what exactly is an Artifact? Today, I will delve deeper into Artifacts in the game Genshin Impact.
Artifacts are equipment items that enhance a character’s statistics in Genshin Impact. There are five Artifact slots available for each character, and equipping a set of matching Artifacts can activate special set bonuses.
All Artifacts have a main stat, along with 4 secondary stats called “substats,” which can significantly enhance the power of your character in battles. Certain Artifact pieces, such as the Flower of Life and Plume of Death, have fixed main stats, while other pieces can be rolled to have more than one type of main stat.
Players can store a maximum of 1,000 Artifacts in their inventory at one time. Once the limit is reached, attempting to acquire more Artifacts will prompt a pop-up message stating “Inventory exceeds maximum limit.”
Players can store Artifacts by keeping them in their inventory or by equipping them to Characters. Each Character has 5 slots where they can equip Artifacts. Once equipped, Artifacts cannot be deactivated or activated during battles. Each of these five slots represents one of the five Artifact pieces, and you cannot place an Artifact of a certain type (e.g., Flower Artifact) into a slot with a different type (e.g., a slot designated for Plume).
Artifacts, as of now, can be divided into two categories: those with fixed main stats and those with variable main stats. Artifact pieces that have fixed main stats include the Flower of Life and the Plume of Death, with base HP and base ATK as their respective fixed main stats. On the other hand, Artifact pieces with variable main stats include the Sands of Eon, the Goblet of Eonothem, and the Circlet of Logos, each capable of boosting not just one fixed main stat but one of the few possible main stats. Although they don’t have a universal fixed main stat, they have a set of potential main stats that remains fixed, which means it is not entirely random.
Another way to look at it is that every type of Artifact has at least one exclusive main stat for its type: the Flower of Life has the exclusive (and fixed) flat +HP, the Plume of Death has the exclusive (and fixed) flat +ATK, the Sands of Eon has the exclusive Energy Recharge% as its main stat, the Goblet of Eonothem has the exclusive elemental/physical damage bonus, and the Circlet has the exclusive CRIT Rate, CRIT DMG%, and Healing Bonus. The common options for the three non-fixed main stats are HP%, DEF%, ATK%, and EM (Elemental Mastery).
Flower of Life
The Flower of Life, or simply “Flower,” occupies the first slot and enhances the character’s HP attribute by adding flat +HP as its main stat. This is one of the two artifact pieces that have a fixed main stat (flat +HP).
Together with the Plume of Death, the Flower of Life is considered one of the easiest pieces to obtain specific desired substats, as the variation in rolls is limited to substats.
Note that Artifacts cannot display their main stat as a substat, so Flowers of Life cannot have a flat + HP substat. However, it is possible to have + HP% on the Flower of Life as it is considered a different type of substat.
Plume of Death
The Plume of Death (commonly referred to as “Plume” or, more generally, “feather”) occupies the second slot and enhances the character’s ATK attribute by adding a flat + ATK as its main stat. This is one of the two artifact pieces that have a fixed main stat (flat + ATK).
Along with the Flower of Life, the Plume of Death is considered one of the easiest artifact pieces to obtain specific and desired substats, as the variation in rolls is limited for substats.
Note that artifacts cannot have the same main stat as a substat, so Plumes of Death cannot have flat + ATK as a substat. However, it is possible to have + ATK% on a Feather, as percentage and flat are considered different types of substats.
Sand of Eon
The Sands of Eon, also commonly referred to as the “hourglass,” occupies the third slot and is one of the three Artifact pieces that do not have a fixed main stat, making it more “flexible” in theory as it can enhance a character’s power in various areas such as survivability, damage, utility, etc. Although it lacks a fixed main stat, the Sands of Eon Artifact has a fixed pool of possible main stats, totaling five: the four basic ones (HP%, DEF%, ATK%, + EM) along with the specific Energy Recharge, which can only be found as a main stat on this piece, though it can be found as a substat elsewhere.
This is the piece that is considered to have a moderate difficulty level in obtaining specific desired stats: harder than the Flower of Life and Plume (both of which have fixed main stats), but easier than the Eonothem Trophy and Circlet of Logos due to their larger pool.
According to some community-made experiments posted on Reddit, it appears that the drop rates for main stats have been adjusted, although it is not officially confirmed. Testing shows that Sands of Eon have a 28% chance to obtain HP% or DEF% each as the main stat, while Elemental Mastery and Energy Recharge each have approximately a 10% chance. There is a 25% chance for ATK% as the main stat.
Goblet of Eonothem
The Goblet of Eonothem (also referred to as “piala” or “cangkir”) occupies the fourth slot and is one of the three Artifact pieces that do not have a fixed main stat, making it a more flexible piece in theory as it can enhance the character’s power in specific areas (such as survivability, damage, utility, etc.).
Although it doesn’t have a fixed main stat, the Goblet of Eonothem has a fixed pool of possible main stats, totaling 11: the four basic stats (HP%, DEF%, ATK%, + EM) along with specific Elemental damage bonuses (Pyro, Hydro, Cryo, Electro, Geo, Anemo), and Physical damage bonus. It’s important to note that this is the ONLY place where you can find Elemental damage bonus / Physical% in artifacts, as they do not appear as substitutes in any other artifact slot. This makes the Goblet of Eonothem highly valuable and essential for obtaining Elemental Damage Bonus / Physical% bonuses. Starting from patch 1.3, Dendro is not available as a main stat.
This is considered the most challenging artifact piece to obtain the desired specific stats for two important reasons: (1) the large number of different main stats that can be rolled (total of 11, or 12 if you include Dendro), and (2) the low drop rate for the highly desired and rare main stats, while still aiming for the desired substats.
According to community-collected data, Goblets with Physical Damage Bonus, Elemental Damage Bonus, or Elemental Mastery have approximately a 4-5% chance to roll for each element, making them statistically difficult to obtain. The highest probabilities for the main stat are DEF% (21%), ATK% (21%), and HP% (19%), while Elemental Mastery only has a 2-4% chance  .
Therefore, it is advised that players pay special attention to Goblet Eonothem to avoid accidentally feeding them. As such, players may choose to use a Goblet from a completely different artifact set (see: Artifact Sets) than the one they are using in the other slots, prioritizing the four other slots for set bonuses and leaving the Goblet slot open.
Circlet of Logos
The Circlet of Logos (also commonly referred to as the “crown”) occupies the fifth and final slot and is one of the three Artifact Pieces that do not have a fixed main stat, making it a more “flexible” piece in theory, as it can enhance the character’s power in various areas such as survivability, damage, utility, etc.
Although it doesn’t have a fixed main stat, the Circlet of Logos has a fixed pool of possible main stats, totaling 7: the four basic ones (HP%, DEF%, ATK%, + EM) along with CRIT Rate%, CRIT DMG%, and Healing Bonus% as their exclusives. While CRIT Rate% and CRIT DMG% can be found as substats on all pieces, the main stat of the Circlet is the only place in artifacts where Healing Bonus% can be found.
It is considered the second most difficult artifact piece to obtain the desired specific stat due to its pool of 7 possible main stats, which is relatively large. An analysis post on Reddit by u/fririe shows that the highest probability for the main stats is DEF% (24%), followed by HP% (22%) and ATK% (22%), while the lowest probabilities are for Elemental Mastery (5%) and Healing Bonus% (7%). Both CRIT Rate% and CRIT DMG% seem to have a 10% chance each to roll.
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