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  • Artifacts
    • The Adjudication Geode
        • Special type of constitutional crystal that the the people of Gelrak V use to legally smoosh their criminals. (Season 1 episode Temporal Edict)
    • The Admonition
        • Artifact left on the planet Aia, the Grief Planet, by an advanced civilization as a warning about the dangers of artificial lifeforms. (Season 1 episode Broken Pieces)
    • Andarian Glass Beads
        • Arms dealer and Quark's new business partner Hagath gives Quark a collection of Andarian glass beads. (Season 5 episode Business as Usual)
    • The Ark Of Ul Qoma
        • Mysterious artifact. Nobody knows what it is, why it was made. Bowden says it may not even be Ul Qoman. The sublime craftsmanship, the mathematical perfection of its lines, the mysterious alloy that it's made from, these things speak to us of a distant Golden Age. And this symbol is so ancient that it bears the shadow of the first writings from a time before mankind's split with the natural world. All over the ancient world, similar signs represent a kind of overture, an invitation.
    • The Artifact
        • The Artifact is the last remaining object from the universe that existed before the Big Bang. It gives off massive amounts of radiation that make it dangerous for anyone to approach it and there isn't advanced enough technology to be able to track the radiation. The Artifact itself exists outside of space-time. It serves as an antenna for the Akashic Field, a zero-point subspace nexus for all the knowledge of the universe. (Season 1 episode Once in a Lifetime)
    • Batteries
        • A round black stick (also called So-So) that produced endless energy and can be used to power vehicles instead of an engine. Small, easily portable, and able to replicate through a process similar to cell division. Its power to propel vehicles appears to last indefinitely. A Stalker is said to get 20 for on the market for a battery while the price in Europe is 100.
    • The Bertinelli Diamond
        • Fifteen years ago, one of the wealthiest mafia families in Gotham was gunned down. It was a power grab. But the real target was the Bertinellis' super-secret offshore bank accounts, the details of which were said to be encoded in the atomic structure of a 30-carat diamond. The rock was lost, and with it, the only key to the Bertinelli fortune.
    • Black Kryptonite
        • Martha uses black Kryptonite to bring Clark back after he is consumed by Cal-El. (Season 4 episode Crusade)
    • Black Sprays
        • Black beads that are sometimes used in jewelery. A ray of light shone into one of these beads will be delayed in time and distorted. The transmission of the light is delayed depending on the bead's weight, size, and several other parameters. The light which exits the bead is always less than what entered. No other known properties.
    • Blind Eye Of Thirdarra
        • Superhero Sage's magical mystical artifact. (Season 2 episode Magic is Real)
    • Casket Of Ancient Winters
        • Enchanted container filled with frosty winds, visible in the Asgard weapons vault.
    • The Cataclyst
        • A sort of magical bomb that could be used only once. When detonated, it would kill every single avatar and NPC in the sector, including its owner.
    • Chachapoyan Fertility Idol
        • Also known as The Golden Idol, the artifact that Indiana Jones steals from a South American temple in the opening sequence.
    • Circle of Ice Diamonds
        • Famous jewelry. Batman and Robin attempt to thwart Mr. Freeze's plans to steal the Circle of Ice Diamonds, and are frozen in their steps by a deadly ice-gun. (episode Rats Like Cheese)
    • Cloak Of Ban Da'id
        • Ancient artifact that President Business mentions, from his relic collection. Actually a band-aid. "Nobody knows where this stuff comes from."
    • Coeur De La Mer
        • The biggest blue diamond in the world. Based on the Heart of the Ocean, the fictional blue diamond from the 1997 film Titanic. (Season 4 episode Sinking Ship)
    • The Copper Key
        • Key required to enter the first gate in Halliday's egg contest, hidden in a simulation of the Tomb of Horrors Dungeons & Dragons module on the planet Ludus in the OASIS.
    • The Crown of The First Mother
        • Q and Vash bicker over several of their past encounters, including Vash being barred from the Royal Museum of Epsilon Hydra VII, Vash being declared persona non grata on Betazed, Vash being wanted dead on Myrmidon for stealing the Crown of the First Mother, Q almost getting her killed on Erriakang VII, and the people of Brax calling Q The God of Lies. (Season 1 episode Q-Less)
    • The Crypt of the New World
        • Rick, Morty, and the President join forces to open "the Crypt of the New World" hidden under the Lincoln Memorial, which contains members of two alien races in suspended animation that previously put aside their conflict to destroy giant turkey dinosaurs that once dominated America. (Season 5 episode Rick & Morty's Thanksploitation Spectacular)
    • The Crystal Skull Of Horowitz
        • Miles Knightly challenges Rick to a heist in a heist off. (Season 4 episode One Crew over the Crewcoo's Morty)
    • Death Lamp
        • "Eight years ago a Stalker by the name of Stefan Norman, nicknamed Four-Eyes, brought out an apparatus from the Zone that, as far as can be judged, was some kind of ray-emitting system fatal to earth organisms. This Four-Eyes offered the apparatus to the Institute. They did not agree on the price. Four-eyes re-entered the Zone and never came out again. The present whereabouts of the apparatus is unknown. People at the Institute are still tearing their hair out over failing to buy it, and now are offering any amount for it that could be written on a check."
    • Denevan Crystals
        • Quark tries to hid his smuggling of Denevan crystals from Odo. Odo knows, but lets it slide this time. (Season 6 episode The Sound of Her Voice)
    • Dick The Tramp
        • Never actually seen, this artifact (if that is even what it is) seems to cause noise and shaking inside the industrial plant in the Zone. A Nobel Prize winning scientist jokes that it could be a wind-up toy that a Visitor child accidentally left behind. Possibly the only long term 'inhabitant' of the Zone.
    • Embers of Genesis. New record added 8/22/2021
        • T’Challa and the Ravagers steal the Embers of Genesis from the Collector. (Season 1 episode What If… T’Challa Became a Star-Lord?)
    • The Emerald Of The Eclipse 
        • The artifact that Azkadellia seeks, currently protected by the Gray Gale.
    • Emperor's Crown
        • When Kor tells Worf and Jadzia about his quest for the Sword of Kahless, he builds it up as an Icon more sacred than the Torch of G'boj, more revered than Sabak's armor and more coveted than the emperor's crown. (Season 4 episode The sword of Kahless)
    • Empties
        • Two copper discs the size of Frisbees, about a quarter inch thick, which permanently maintain an empty space of a foot and a half between each other. It is unknown how the two discs are attracted to each other or what holds them in place. No force seems to be able to push them closer together or pull them apart. It is possible to pass any object through the empty space between the two discs. The device seems to possess no other unusual properties and has the mass of two copper discs of the appropriate size. Possibly a type of a container. One unique specimen, the "full empty," has been found, "filled" with blue liquid. The blue substance sifted cloudily in slow streams between the discs, like a glass jar with blue syrup inside. The "full" specimen was too heavy for one strong man to move, and almost too heavy for two men to move. The novel states that a Stalker can get 400 for an empty w.
    • The Enchanted Golden Helmet Of Pharnoor
        • Mumm-Ra steals Wizz-Ra's helmet that bestows on its wearer the greatest power in the universe - the power to control minds. (Season 1 episode Dimension Doom)
    • Eternal Flame
        • Mystical flame that cannot be extinguished, visible in the Asgard weapons vault.
    • The Evil Harp Of Charr-nin
        • Magical harp that the ThunderKittens discover that releases Charr-Nin, a genie who has been imprisoned inside. (Season 1 episode The Evil Harp of Charr-nin)
    • Eye Of Agamotto
        • Mystic artifact wielded by supreme sorcerers of Earth visible in the Asgard weapons vault.
    • Eye of Odin
        • Priceless artifact in Xanatos' private collection, which he donates to the city, and then steals back. (Season 1 episode The Edge)
    • The Eye Of Thundera
        • Red orb embedded in Lion-O's Sword of Omens with the ability to summon other ThunderCats, as well as "sight beyond sight". (Season 1 episode Exodus)
    • Falcon Jewel
        • Vicious Jumanjian conqueror Jurgen the Brutal has returned with his savage horde. They descended from their fortress atop Mount Zhatmire and made their way south to the Avian Province, home of the sacred Falcon Jewel, worn around the neck of the village elder. The Falcon is the fertility jewel of Jumanji, and it has been guarded by the people of the Avian Province for hundreds of years. So long as the jewel can see the sun, the waters will flow and the land will flourish.
    • The Famed Emeralds of Piso Mojado
        • While aboard his yacht, the Son I Never Knew, Mason Fairbanks, the man that might be Homer's real birth father, tells The Simpsons about a lost treasure. (Season 17 episode Homer's Paternity Coot)
    • The Feldheimer Stone
        • Rare gem hidden in a little statue, worth a million (Season 1 episode Miss of the spider woman)
    • Fertility Totem
        • Jack Ransom and crew take the Yosemite down to Gelrak V to deliver the Honor Crystal, but accidentally bringing the Fertility Totem meant for Mavok Prime. (Season 1 episode Temporal Edict)
    • The Fleece Crested Scepter Of Q-Teep
        • Ancient artifact that President Business mentions, from his relic collection. Actually a Q-Tip cotton swab, which, along with the The Po-Lish Remover of Na-il (nail polish remover), he uses to erase Good Cop's face. "Nobody knows where this stuff comes from."
    • The Fregosi Emerald
        • Famous gem. Eddie gives Marilyn a ring he found in the attic as a birthday present. Grandpa recognizes it as the Fregosi Emerald, a centuries-old ring with a Transylvanian curse. (episode The Fregosi Emerald)
    • Fyndoro's Tablet Of Finding
        • An ultrapowerful artifact that goes up for auction. A flat circle of polished black stone with one very simple power - "Once a day, its owner could write any avatar's name on its surface, and the tablet would display that avatar's location at that exact moment. However, this power had range limitations. If you were in a different OASIS sector than the avatar you were trying to find, the tablet would tell you only which sector your target was currently in. If you were already in the same sector, the tablet would tell you what planet your target was currently on (or closest to, if they were out in space). If you were already on the same planet as your target when you used the tablet, it would show you their exact coordinates on a map."
    • Gato De Diablo
        • Artifact. also known as The Devil's Cat. Priceless object made of pure gold.
    • The Golden Ball/sphere
        • Artifact Burbridge claims to have found: "The Golden Ball," said Burbridge. "I found it. There were so many tales about it. I spun a few myself. That it would grant your every wish. Any wish, hah! If that were true, I sure wouldn't be here. I'd be living high on the hog in Europe. Swimming in dough."
    • Golden Sphere
        • Also known as the Wish Machine, this universally coveted artifact allegedly grants a wish of a person standing in front of it. It is a copper-colored sphere located behind a bulldozer at the entrance to a quarry inside the Zone. To reach it requires at least two people: The first person will be killed by a phenomenon called the "Meat Grinder" (located next to the bulldozer) which twists and crushes the person until what is left resembles ground meat. Killing someone in this fashion deactivates the Meat Grinder for some time. While the Meat Grinder is dormant, the second person can safely reach the Golden Sphere and make a wish. The Stalker known as Buzzard supposedly made multiple wishes that came true including wishing for a grown son and daughter. Redrick describes his impression of the Wish Machine as: "It lay at the foot of the quarry's far wall, cosily resting amidst piles of rocks.
    • Grabthar's Hammer
        • Artifact from Dr. Lazarus' catch phrase: By Grabthar's Hammer, by the Sons of Warvan, you shall be avenged!
    • The Gyrth Chalice
        • A mediaeval relic, which for hundreds of years has been in the care of the Gyrth family at the village of Sanctuary, is threatened by an international gang of art thieves. (Season 1 episode Look to the Lady)
    • Hayata's Beta Capsule
        • Artifact from the hidden high-level Japanese-language quest Shodai Urutoraman, based on the 1966 Ultraman TV series.
    • Heart Of The Ocean
        • Mark buys Ann a replica of the fictional Heart of the Ocean diamond for Valentine's Day. (Season 2 episode Galentine's Day)
    • The Heart Of The Ocean
        • Fictional blue diamond, a 56 carat diamond that was originally owned by Louis XVI and cut into a heart shape after the French Revolution.
    • Hofund
        • Also known as The Bifrost Sword, the Asgardian sword Heimdall uses to activate the switch that opens the Bifrost Bridge.
        • Also known as The Bifrost Sword, the Asgardian sword Heimdall uses to activate the switch that opens the Bifrost Bridge.
        • Also known as The Bifrost Sword, the Asgardian sword Skurge uses to activate the switch that opens the Bifrost Bridge.
    • The Holy Rings of Betazed
        • Lwaxana Troi is the daughter of the Fifth House, Holder of the Sacred Chalice of Rixx, heir to the Holy Rings of Betazed. (Season 1 episode The Forsaken)
    • Horga'hn
        • A Risian fertility symbol. Displaying one to the locals indicates you're seeking jamaharon. Quark provides one to everyone but Worf. (Season 5 episode Let He Who is Without Sin...)
    • Horn of Abraxas
        • The stone flute Brother Swan uses to summon the Black Skulls.
    • The Horn of Candor
        • After being thrown into an alien prison on K'Tuevon Prime, Boimler and his friends are forced to testify about their senior officers while speaking into the Horn of Candor, a sacred horn in which you can only speak the truth. (Season 1 episode Veritas)
    • Hurlian Stone
        • Artifact Rygel mentions while haggling on an alien planet. Rygel: You know, you only expose your ignorance if you don't concede knowledge of the Hurlian Stone." (Premiere episode)
    • Infinitude Gems
        • The gang holds their annual contest The Halloween Heist on Halloween night, but they are unable to finish due to Captain Holt's dog Cheddar swallowing the prize - the Inifinitude Gems from the Infinitude Gobbler, the Russian eBay version of the Avengers Infinity Gauntlet. It's identical to the one that Thaboo wore in the movie Avangaboys, with each of the three gems representing one aspect of a heist winner - Amazing, Human and Genius. They have to postpone four months until Valentine's Day, when the contest becomes The Valentine's Day Halloween Heist. But then Scullly swallows the gems, and they have to postpone again, this time until Easter, so the contest eventually becomes The Easter Valentine's Day Halloween Heist. (Season 7 episode Valloweaster)
    • Infinity Gauntlet
        • A glove encrusted with infinity stones, visible in the Asgard weapons vault.
    • Infinity Stones
        • Infinity stones are used as paperweights at the TVA. (Season 1 episode Glorious Purpose)

    • Itchers
        • A few centimetres in diameter. Squeezing it several times causes strange effects in a radius of a few hundred yards. Dogs start howling and barking as they sense its activation, before humans notice any effects. It affects humans in different ways: some get nose-bleeds, others starts hysterically screaming, some fall into deep depression, others go berserk, and some panic.
    • The Kragle
        • The most powerful super weapon, actually a tube of Krazy Glue, that can only be stopped with the piece of resistance, which is the missing cap.
    • La Dola Dagger
        • Ancient enchanted Aztec dagger that the Blissfield Butcher uses to stab dagger, which causes them to trade bodies.
    • Laevateinn
        • Young Loki gives Loki the famous flaming blade from Norse mythology. (Season 1 episode Journey into Mystery)
    • Lasso of Hestia
        • Wonder Woman uses the Lasso of Hestia to compel the truth from a bank robber. (Zack Snyder's Justice League)
    • The Last Salad Fork of Lower Slobovia
        • When renowned explorer and treasure hunter Sinjin Prescott arrives at Jurassic World, he mentions not having seen a dust-up like this since the last salad fork of lower Slobovia, on the island of Boola-Boola. (Episode Mission: Critical)
    • The Living Gems of Chapare
        • The sliders need to get their hands on some living gems known as The Living Gems of Chapare to fix their timer, gems that were discovered only a few years ago in the jungles of Bolivia in an isolated valley in the rain shadow of the Andes called The Valley of the Chapare. Some people feel like they have magical qualities. (Season 5 episode To Catch a Slider)
    • Magic Invisible Destroying Rod
        • Douglas Quail: "They also gave me a magic invisible destroying rod," Quail mumbled, eyes totally shut now. "That's how I killed that man on Mars you sent me to take out. It's in my drawer along with the box of Martian maw-worms and dried-up plant life."
    • Maraji Crystals
        • Crystals that Quark's not interested in, because he can't move them - Cardassians don't like them, Bajorans can't afford them. (Season 5 episode Things Past)
    • Mergenberg Crown
        • False Face steals the Mergenberg Crown, replacing it with a replica, then gasses Gotham Guardians and then epoxies them to subway tracks (with quick setting plastic cement) as a train approaches. (episode Holy Rat Race)
        • Yellow infinity stone. One of the six elemental crystals that the Big Bang sent hurling across the virgin universe, each controlling an essential aspect of existence.
        • The yellow Infinity Stone. Thanos uses the Infinity Stones a second time, this time to destroy the stones. During Operation Time Heist, the Avengers retrieve alternate versions of the stones from past timelines.
        • Jimmy Woo explains that after unspecified experimentation with the Mind Stone / Infinity Stone, Wanda gained telekinetic and telepathic abilities. (Season.1 episode On A Very Special Episode...) The episode revisits the origin of Wanda's powers, revealing that the infinity stone in Loki's scepter came to her as a result of her existing witch abilities. (Season 1 episode Previously On)
    • Mjolnir
        • Thor's hammer makes it's first appearance in the MCU during the post credit scene in Iron Man 2, when S.H.I.E.L.D. Agent Phil Coulson drives to a remote impact crater in the New Mexico desert.
        • Odin: Thor Odinson, my heir, my first-born. So long entrusted with the mighty hammer, Mjolnir. Forged in the heart of a dying star. It's power has no equal! as a weapon to destroy, or as a tool to build. It is a fit companion for a King.
        • Thor uses his magic hammer Mjolnir against Captain America and Iron Man, though it is unable to break Captain America's vibranium shield.
        • Thor's magic hammer, which only the worthy can lift, which apparently includes Vision. Thor: He can wield the hammer, he can keep the Mind Stone. It's safe with the Vision.
        • Thor's hammer, referenced on multiple occasions. Street vendor selling footage of the Battle of New York mentions it. (Season 1 episode Moment of Truth). Detective Rafael Scarfe mentions it. (Season 1 episode Who's Gonna Take the Weight?) Claire's Mami mentions it. (Season 1 episode Just to Get a Rep)
        • Thor's magic hammer, previously destroyed by Hela in Thor: Ragnarok. However Thor retrieves it from Asgard in the past.
        • Frog Thor - trapped in a jar in the Loki hideout - is jumping desperately trying to get to his magic hammer. (Season 1 episode Journey into Mystery)
    • Mother Box
        • Indestructible living machines made from a science so advanced it looks like sorcery. To conquer, three boxes have to synchronize and join together into The Unity. The Unity cleanses a planet with fire, transforming it into a copy of the enemy's world. All who live become servants of Darkseid. Alive, but drained of life. Parademons. (Zack Snyder's Justice League)
    • Mynh'ta Orb
        • Artifact that Guardian Xi uses to track Adira's isoboromine levels in the Caves of Mak'ala. (Season 3 episode Forget Me Not)
    • Mystical Amulets
        • The 5 most coveted prize in all the galaxies, from the Backstreet Project webisodes.
    • Mystical Talisman
        • The Millennium Falcon returns, carrying an artifact called the Mystical Talisman that causes Han - and later Luke - to fall asleep and not be able to wake up. C-3PO tells R2-D2 that it makes things invisible. (The Story of the Faithful Wookiee)
    • The Orb Of Agamotto
        • The Orb of Agamotto can be seen among the treasures in Odin's treasure chamber.
    • The Orb of Isis
        • Artifact at Treasures of Isis, the new museum exhibit at the Springsonian Museum that Lisa wants to attend. Apparently it is quote mysterious, no one knowing what it actually is - until Homer and Lisa sneak into after hours and Homer knocks it over, revealing it to be a music box. (Season 9 episode Lost Our Lisa)
        • Level 99 magic artifact activated by a magic spell that i-ROk sells to Nolan, creates an impenetrable magic shield that only be taken down by a magic spell.
    • Orb of Prophecy and Change
        • One of the scared orbs of the prophets.
        • At Vedek Bareil's urging, Kira consults the Orb of Prophecy and has a vision. (Season 2 episode The Circle)
        • One of the Prophets' sacred orbs that Sisko mentions when explaining his time travel adventure to the agents from the Department of Temporal Investigations. (Season 5 episode Trials and Tribble-ations)
        • After experiencing Post Neural Shock Syndrome while researching the ancient Bajoran city of B'jala, Sisko consults the Orb of Prophecy. (Season 5 episode Rapture)
        • The Mirror Universe version of Bareil Antos travels to the Prime Universe as part of a plot to steal the Orb of Prophecy and Change from DS9. (Season 6 episode Resurrection)
        • When she learns that it is the Pah-Wraiths that gave her the vision, Kai Winn consults the Orb of Prophecy to ask the real Prophets for forgiveness. (Season 7 episode Strange Bedfellows)
    • Orb Of Tee-te-list
        • Ancient artifact that Bad Cop sends crashing through the building during the assault on Cloud Cuckoo Land, actually a Titleist golf ball.
    • Orb of Time
        • One of the sacred orbs of the prophets.
        • The Cardassians deliver the Orb of Time to Sisko on Deep Space Nine, allowing Klingon Arne Darvin to divert the Defiant back in time so that he can kill Captain Kirk. (Season 5 episode Trials and Tribble-ations)
        • Kira visits the Temple of Iponu on Bajor and consults the Orb of Time in order to find out the truth about Gul Dukat's claims of a romantic relationship with her mother. (Season 6 episode Wrongs Darker than Death or Light)
    • Orb of Wisdom
        • One of the sacred orbs of the prophets.
        • One of the Prophets' sacred orbs that Sisko mentions when explaining his time travel adventure to the agents from the Department of Temporal Investigations. (Season 5 episode Trials and Tribble-ations)
        • Kai Winn tells Sisko that she consulted the Orb of Wisdom before coming to see him and ask for his advice. (Season 5 episode In the Cards)
    • Pandora's Box
        • Ancient artifact. "In 2200 B.C., an Egyptian Pharaoh found a place he named the Cradle of Life where life began, and there he found the box which brought life to earth. The Pharaoh opened the box, but all that was left inside was Ramante, or empty life, the plague which came as the companion to life."
    • Pins
        • Slightly blue and occasionally spattered with other colors-yellow, red, and green. When squeezed with fingers, a few pins generated "weak red bolts illuminating the pin that were suddenly replaced by slower green pulses." The majority required special machines to cause this effect. Unknown functionality.
    • The Po-Lish Remover Of Na-il
        • Ancient artifact that President Business mentions, from his relic collection. Actually a bottle of nail polish remover, which, along with The Fleece Crested Scepter of Q-Teep (Q-Tip cotton swab), he uses to erase Good Cop's face."Nobody knows where this stuff comes from."
    • Power Stone
        • The purple Infinity Stone, hidden for millennia on the planet Morag inside the Orb, until found by Star-Lord. Eventually given to the Nova Corps for safe-keeping.
        • Purple infinity stone. One of the six elemental crystals that the Big Bang sent hurling across the virgin universe, each controlling an essential aspect of existence. Thanos retrieved the Power Stone from the Nova Corps, adding it to his Infinity Gauntlet and using it with the other five Infinity Stones to eliminate half of all life in the universe.
        • Purple Infinity Stone. Thanos uses the Infinity Stones a second time, this time to destroy the stones. During Operation Time Heist, the Avengers retrieve alternate versions of the stones from past timelines.
        • T’Challa as Star-Lord retrieves the power stone orb from the planet Morag. (Season 1 episode What If… T’Challa Became a Star-Lord?)
    • Rat's Eye
        • Ratar-O claims that the Eye of Thunderra is no match for the Rat's Eye, but Lion-O proves him wrong.(Season 1 episode Feliner)
        • Red Infinity Stone. One of the six elemental crystals that the Big Bang sent hurling across the virgin universe, each controlling an essential aspect of existence.
        • Red Infinity Stone. Thanos uses the Infinity Stones a second time, this time to destroy the stones. During Operation Time Heist, the Avengers retrieve alternate versions of the stones from past timelines.
    • Ring
        • Very rare or possibly unique item. Redrick found one in the novel. It referred to have the size of an actual "ring", and once spun, it never stops, seemingly defying the first law of thermodynamics.
    • Sabak's Armor
        • When Kor tells Worf and Jadzia about his quest for the Sword of Kahless, he builds it up as an Icon more sacred than the Torch of G'boj, more revered than Sabak's armor and more coveted than the emperor's crown. (Season 4 episode The sword of Kahless)
    • The Sacred Chalice of Rixx
        • Lwaxana Troi is the daughter of the Fifth House, Holder of the Sacred Chalice of Rixx, heir to the Holy Rings of Betazed. (Season 1 episode The Forsaken)
    • The Sacred Jewel of Jumanji
        • The fabled Jaguar Shrine is the resting place of the Sacred Jewel of Jumanji. Legend tells that the Jaguar watches over Jumanji, and anyone who dares to blind him will be consumed by a dark power.
    • Sacred Vessel of Regeneration
        • Aldous Gajic is seeking the Sacred Vessel of Regeneration, known also as the Cup of the Goddess, or by it's more common name, the Holy Grail. (Season 1 episode Grail)
    • Sampalo Relic
        • Q proposes traveling to several locations to Vash, all of which she declines, including visiting the Teleris Cluster, looking in on the star dancers at Mundahla, heading over to the Lantar Nebula, viewing the Sampalo Relic on Hoek IV, and Vadris III, a charming litttle world where the natives think that they're the only intelligent life in the universe. (Season 1 episode Q-Less)
    • Schuhart's Jar
        • The full empty that Red brings back from the zone: "But you'll go down in science. That's what they'll call it, 'Schuhart's jar.' Like the sound of it?"
    • Separ Gem Stones
        • How Worf describes Grilka's eyes - as hard as separ gem stones, and twice as sharp. (Season 5 episode Looking for Par'Mach in all the Wrong Places)
    • The Serpent's Eye
        • Artifact from the book Seeker Of The Serpent's Eye that Mandy reads.
    • The Seven Swords of Osiris
        • Detective Lisa and her sidekick Bart visit the Emporium of Exotica, investigating a clue in the Muttonchops Murderer case - a sword, one of the Seven Swords of Osiris. (Season 16 episode Treehouse of Horror XV - segment Four Beheadings and a Funeral)
    • The Slaghoople
        • The artifact known as the Slaghoople is actually the third skull of Cerberus that Dick Dastardly seeks.
    • Sling Ring
        • Device that allows travel throughout the multiverse. All you need to do is focus. Visualize. See the destination in your mind. Look beyond the world in front of you. Imagine every detail. The clearer the picture, the quicker and easier the gateway will come.
    • Snakehole Sapphire
        • Legendary artifact thieves are trying to steal in Andy and April's role-play. (Season 7 episode One Last Ride)
        • Orange Infinity Stone. One of the six elemental crystals that the Big Bang sent hurling across the virgin universe, each controlling an essential aspect of existence.
        • The orange Infinity Stone. Thanos uses the Infinity Stones a second time, this time to destroy the stones. During Operation Time Heist, the Avengers retrieve alternate versions of the stones from past timelines.
    • Space Stone
        • Blue Infinity Stone, seen inside the Tesseract during Nick Fury's end credit scene.
        • Blue Infinity Stone inside the Tesseract). The Tesseract has awakened. The key to unlimited sustainable energy. And weapons.
        • Blue Infinity Stone. One of the six elemental crystals that the Big Bang sent hurling across the virgin universe, each controlling an essential aspect of existence.
        • Blue Infinity Stone. Thanos uses the Infinity Stones a second time, this time to destroy the stones. During Operation Time Heist, the Avengers retrieve alternate versions of the stones from past timelines.
    • The Spear Of Longinus
        • Legendary spear that supposedly pierced the body of Christ while on the cross, that Hitler acquires in 1938, increasing his power tenfold.
    • The Star of Arabian
        • Priceless jewelry item that Xanatos mentions, that he owns. (Season 1 episode Her Brother's Keeper)
    • The Star Of Kashmire
        • The most valuable diamond in the world (episode Instant Freeze)
    • The Star of LaPaz
        • Diana's insurance investigator date asks her to wear the Star of LaPaz, the most precious living gem in the world, to a party during the film festival. (Season 5 episode To Catch a Slider)
    • The Sun Seeder 
        • Machine Azkadellia plans to use to lock the O.Z.'s two suns in place behind the moon during an upcoming eclipse, covering the land in permanent darkness.
    • Sword of Kahless
        • Worf and Jadzia join Kor's quest for the legendary Sword of Kahless, the bat'leth of the first warrior king. (Season 4 episode The sword of Kahless)
    • Tablet Of Life And Time
        • Mystic artifact that can extend one's lifetime, visible in the Asgard weapons vault.
    • Tan Zhekran
        • Narek's Romulan puzzle box, which he attempts to use to poison Soji with radiation. (Season 1 episode The Impossible Box)
    • Tesseract
        • Containment vessel for the Space Stone Infinity Stone (drawing).
        • Flashback to when the Avengers traveled back in time to the Battle of New York, when Loki manages to escape from the Stark Industries tower with the Tesseract, while WHiH covers the events on the big screen in the background. (Season 1 episode Glorious Purpose)
        • Green Infinity Stone contained inside the Eye of Agamotto, under the protection of the Masters of the Mystic Arts, who swore to protect it.
        • Green infinity stone. One of the six elemental crystals that the Big Bang sent hurling across the virgin universe, each controlling an essential aspect of existence.
        • Green Infinity Stone. Thanos uses the Infinity Stones a second time, this time to destroy the stones. During Operation Time Heist, the Avengers retrieve alternate versions of the stones from past timelines.
    • The Time-Knife
        • Artifact Chidi gets a short glimpse of while in the International Hole of Pancakes. (Season 3 episode Chidi Sees the Time-Knife)
    • Torch of G'boj
        • When Kor tells Worf and Jadzia about his quest for the Sword of Kahless, he builds it up as an Icon more sacred than the Torch of G'boj, more revered than Sabak's armor and more coveted than the emperor's crown. (Season 4 episode The sword of Kahless)
    • The Triangle of Light
        • Artifact stamped with the All-Seeing Eye that grants its possessor the power to control time. "It was forged from metal found in the crater of a meteor that had fallen to earth at the exact moment of the previous alignment of the nine planets. The People of the Light built a great city in this crater where they worshiped the triangle for its ability to control time. It gave its possessor a power that could be used for good or great evil. Their abuse of this power led to the destruction of the city. To be sure no man would ever again wield this power, the triangle was split into two pieces and hid at opposite ends of the earth."
    • The Triluminary
        • Delenn visits the Grey Council for what she claims is the last time, taking with her the artifact known as the Triluminary when she leaves. (Season 1 episode Babylon Squared)
    • The Ultimate Cube
        • Purple artifact that Morty and Chachi steal for Rick. (Season 4 episode Claw and Hoarder: Special Ricktim's Morty)
    • Var'Hama Candle
        • Worf: Are those real var'Hama candles?
          Jadzia Dax: Yes, Worf, I traveled to Kronos. I captured three tags in the Hamar mountains, made the ritual sacrifice at dawn, came back to the station, asked Quark to boil their shoulders into tallow. Then I spent two days modeling them into candles with my own hands.
          Worf: I was just asking.
          Jadzia Dax: You were criticizing. Again.
    • Von Bornstein Family Jewels
        • Valuable gems stolen during robbery at Smith's Jeweler's (Season 1 episode The Old Man and the Sledge)
    • Warlock's Eye
        • Mystic artifact that can control people's minds, visible in the Asgard weapons vault.
    • The Windstone
        • In order to power his P.R.I.D.E. Generator, global economist Dr. Eric Paulson of the Paulson Foundation sends his goons to the Nassau County Science Exposition to steal Technafoil, where they encounter Spider-Man. Dr. Paulson’s goons then transport to the Maritime Museum to steal the gem known as the Windstone, where they encounter Captain Marvel. (Issue #142 Foiled)
    • Wriggling Magnet
        • Very rare or possibly unique item. Removed from the Zone by Stalker nicknamed Buzzard. Redrick suspects that Buzzard was granted a wish by the Golden Sphere to be able to safely retrieve and remove this unique item since it could not otherwise be reached without being killed. This theory is supported by the fact that Buzzard mentions to Redrick in the second act, "I've been to places you could only dream of". As Redrick was one of the most talented Stalkers, having explored most of the Zone, it would seem to imply that Buzzard used a wish to enter otherwise inaccessible areas of the Zone. Functionality unknown.
    • Zemeckis Cube
        • Artifact that looks like a Rubik's Cube, turns everything back in time 60 seconds.

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