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In Dragonheir: Silent Gods, each hero can carry one artifact (not to be confused with other equipment items). The ability to equip heroes with artifacts is unlocked once they reach Rank 3 (3 stars).
After reaching this rank, a special slot for artifacts is unlocked in the equipment interface.
Currently, artifacts in Dragonheir: Silent Gods can be acquired in the Exchange → Artifact Shop section using special currencies: Imprint Stone I (rare), Imprint Stone II (epic), and Soul Imprint (legendary). These currencies are awarded as compensation when players receive duplicates of heroes of the corresponding rarity.
How Artifacts Work
Each artifact possesses a unique power and has two logically corresponding parameters. For example, the epic artifact “Eyeball of the Giant” increases the hero’s Attack by a fixed amount (+12 units) and a percentage (+2%). At the same time, the passive effect of the artifact “Wrath of the Giant” increases the Ultimate Skill damage of its owner by 10% / 12% / 14% / 16% / 18% / 20%.
Like other equipment, artifacts can be enhanced, increasing their base parameters. At key levels (4, 8, 12, and 16), the passive effect of the artifact is also enhanced. The maximum enhancement level for artifacts is +20. Instead of Gold for refining artifacts, Essence of Creation is required, which can be obtained as compensation when receiving duplicates of heroes of any rarity from the player’s collection.
A distinctive feature of artifacts (as well as heroes) in Dragonheir: Silent Gods is their uniqueness. Each artifact can only be purchased in a single copy. This means that you cannot obtain a duplicate artifact to equip two or more heroes simultaneously.
Choosing the Right Artifact for Your Heroes
If you are a complete beginner in Dragonheir: Silent Gods, start by understanding the basic mechanics of the game and familiarize yourself with its combat system. In conditions of limited resources (which are indeed significantly limited for free-to-play players), it is crucial to buy the right artifact and equip it on the right hero.
The most obvious thing to do at the beginning of the game, and something that will definitely not be a mistake, is to enhance your strongest damage dealer. In my case, for example, it’s the rare heroine Sigrid (archer).
I equipped her with the artifact “Wine of Dragon Blood,” which increases attack, attack speed, and critical rate. If you’re unsure about which artifact is better and are afraid to experiment, choose one that increases the damage of the hero’s Ultimate Skill (e.g., Eyeball of the Giant), and you won’t go wrong.
It’s advisable for beginners to avoid artifacts with various conditions (e.g., +20% damage during the hero’s shield buff). Give preference to simple, clear, and effective artifacts that enhance the strong aspects of your heroes. If you have any questions or anything to add, feel free to write comments under this post.