Items in UnderMine can be categorized into two distinct groups: permanent items that persist after death, and non-permanent items that are lost upon death. Items can progress the game's storyline, confer special effects, or offer statistical bonuses.
Permanent items[edit | edit source]
Artifacts[edit | edit source]
Artifacts are story-related, or "key", items in UnderMine. Their discovery progresses the game's storyline in a certain way, like unlocking certain NPC shopkeepers in the Hub. They are not lost on death.
Equipment upgrades[edit | edit source]
Equipment upgrades are persistent items that are purchased from NPC's. These items govern the player's five basic stats: Max Health, Swing Damage, Throw Damage, Bomb Damage, and Gold Integrity. Apart from these, one upgrade increases the throw distance of your pickaxe. These items are reflected under the Peasant tab in the Journal.
Special items[edit | edit source]
Apart from Equipment upgrades, there are other persistent items that offer additional bonkuses or effects. Like Equipment upgrades, they are purchased from NPC's, and some items can be upgraded. Special items are displayed under the Peasant tab in the Journal.
Non-permanent items[edit | edit source]
Basic Items[edit | edit source]
Food[edit | edit source]
Food are consumable items that restore a certain amount of hp to the peasant when you collect them by running over it.
Relics[edit | edit source]
Relics are items that confer special bonuses or effects. There is no limit to the amount of relics that the player may carry. However, all carried relics are lost upon death. Relics are either found while adventuring, bought in the Shop, or crafted by Wayland in the Hub.
Potions[edit | edit source]
Potions are consumable items that confer special bonuses or effects. Like relics, potions can be discovered while adventuring, purchased in the Shop, or crafted by Baba the Alchemist. At first only one potion may be carried at any given time, but the number of potions that can be carried can be increased by purchasing special items.
Blessings[edit | edit source]
Blessings are buffs which positively affects the player. Giving bonuses in many different ways. It can be obtained from Altars , killing Hoarding Pilfer, Chests or at the beginning of any run if the player has any of Censer items.
Curses[edit | edit source]
Curses are debuffs which negatively affects the player. It can be obtained from Altars, blowing up cursed flames, buying items for curses, using levers which gives curses, opening Cursed Chests or from Will o' the Wisp.