This generator will produce 15 random names, both actual and fictional, for objects, artifacts and other unique trinkets. You probably already know how most of those names are built, so you should know the names in this generator. Since anything and everything can be an artifact technically, I have also included clothes, arms and armour. This indicates that some names are very similar to some armor and arms name generators, but these are mostly regarded as fossils.
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For those who do not know what an artifact is, it is simply a special type of magic item that is considered "magical" by D&D. A wizard can use an artifact to cast spells, or they may use it to create objects which allow them to do so. Many players feel that the concept of an artifact is similar to the idea of an "item", or object which can be bought, sold, or found. This article will discuss some of the different types of artifacts, and their uses in D&D 5e.
First party publisher, Spellcasting List (ASL) has created the artifact in D&D 5e, which is often referred to as a "magic item". It has three different subtypes, each with a different purpose. The first subtype is the "Construct artifact", which is a magical item which is built or created by an individual. An example of this would be a life's ring of binding, a demon's shadow imp and so on. There are several subtypes of constructs in D&D 5e. A Construct artifact allows its user to control and manipulate the properties of objects or the environment.
The second special artifact, which is often used for combat purposes is called a "Monstrous artifact". This is a very powerful item, but usually can only be worn by a monster. The third subtype is the "Abilities artifact". This item has two parts; the "Abilities" itself, and the "Abilities Traits". The traits allow the user to choose from several different sets of abilities, and many times make their abilities even more powerful.