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A highly corrosive substance In video games, acid is usually green and extremely lethal.
A fruit that often provides score or acts as a healing item in games.
A weapon with a heavy metal ball attached to a chain. The ball may or may not have spikes.
Used in puzzle games to be broken, moved, or matched by color, shape and size. Also used in many early 3D polygonal games. Not to be confused with Squares or Cubes.
A large rock that sometimes falls from the sky.
Rifle-like thrower of bolts/arrows. Not to be confused with a bowcaster.
A ball of hot flickering fire. Usually thrown from the hero's hand into the squealing face of the enemy.
Chicken fried in batter, and often seasoned. Usually used in games to recover health.
An especially large axe, most often double-headed and designed as a weapon.
A large and sometimes decorated vessel for drinking. It can be made of silver or gold and is often times used for religious purposes. It is a quest item in many video games.
Used to open doors, or anything else that is locked. In any game where the player has an inventory, it's a safe bet that a key will appear at some point.
A magic staff is a large, thick stick or stick-shaped object usually with a medallion or amulet connected to the top. It is mostly used for its magical capabilities, but can also be wielded as a light melee weapon.
A mana potion is an item that restores mana points, which usually allow the use of special abilities in role-playing games
Also known as an Easter Island head, the Moai has long been a popular figure in games as an enemy or object. Konami games are especially known for secret images of Moai that the player can seek out.
A potion is any sort of liquid, usually brewed by an alchemist, that replenishes the health, mana, or energy of the player, or causes damage to an enemy. Potions are extremely common in role-playing games.
A roll of parchment or paper inscribed with writing, symbols, pictures, etc.
A throwing weapon used by ninja. They come in varying shapes and sizes, but generally aren't used for the purpose of eliminating the target, rather for distracting said target.
The topmost bone in the human body, it contains the brain and the eyes, and is generally considered a good thing to keep intact.
A long, piercing weapon.
Spikes are dangerous and often deadly obstacles that can line the floor, walls, or ceiling of any given room or passageway. They are an extremely common form of environmental hazard, particularly in side-scrolling games.
A length of exceptionally sharp metal with a handle, used for centuries as the go-to killing device for the human race. It's dead simple: you stick the pointy end in the thing you want to die. Or you could always slash them with the equally sharp sides. That works too.
Sharp-pointed growths on a branch or a stem that protects the plant from herbivores.
The chair of state for a monarch or otherwise regal person.
A box containing treasure usually in the form of gold or valuable items.
An open container, usually used to hold flowers.
The yashichi is a pinwheel-like item that appears in several Capcom games, usually giving the player a score bonus or some sort of power-up.
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