Blessings & Curses

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Blessings and Curses represent a power cast upon the player by a God or similar powerful being. It can appear as a Status Effect that can affect the player character or represent some kind of power that was imbued into various Gear. Blessings and Curses are a planned feature that is currently not listed in the Development roadmap.


Blessings are currently not in the game, with the exception of praying at a Shrine. The player using the Shrine receives the temporary Status Effect: Blessing.


Curses are usually strong Enchantment that come with some kind of negative effect. There is also the regular Curse that exists as a status effect.

Cursed Items

Cursed Items are a special version of Enchanted Items. Bonuses on Cursed items are stronger than on standard Enchanted Items, and they always have an extra bonus based on the curse type, but also come with a negative effect. All equipped Cursed Items have a chance to produce their negative effect on each turn.

The effect from Cursed properties can become weaker or stronger depending on certain conditions. See the list of curses below.

List of Curses

Curse Item types Extra bonus Negative effect
Curse of Terror Armor 10% Control Resistance. Low Morale improves the bonus. -0.001% Moral Change.
Curse of Voracity Weapons,
Armor, Jewelry
+10% Life Drain. High Hunger improve the bonus. 0.001% Hunger Change.
Curse of Bloodlust Weapons, Jewelry +10% Crit Chance. Low Health improves the bonus. -0.001 Max Health Treshold each turn.
Curse of Enervation Weapons, Armors +13% Energy Drain. Low Energy improves the bonus. -0.001 Max Energy Treshold each turn.
Curse of Suffering Weapons, Jewelry +11% Weapon Damage. High Pain improves the bonus. 0.001% chance to increase pain each turn.
Curse of Madness Weapons,
Armor, Jewelry
+26% Magic Resistance. Low Sanity improves the bonus. -0.4% Sanity Change.

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