Powerful Magical Artifacts

Artifacts & Magical Trees

Since fiction and magic go hand in hand, there have been a lot of iconic magical items in the history of fiction works. Thanks to the Hollywood touch, some objects have come to life and touched us all forever. Let’s take a stroll through the magical forest where shimmering artifacts make those who control them more powerful.

1. Red infinity stone vs Red Power Coin: Which red item would you choose?

You are about to fight a galactic dark lord. Which red item do you take for a fight against a galactic dark lord?

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Red infinity stone (Avengers: Infinity Wars)

Transformed into a fluid-like weapon called the Aether, the Reality Stone (red) first appears in Thor: The Dark World

Red power coin (Power Rangers)

The Power Coins are supernatural golden coins forged by the sage Ninjor which were used as the power source of the Original, Ninja, and Alien Rangers.

2. The One Ring vs Green Lantern Ring: Which ring will make give you world domination?

The One Ring (Lord of the rings)

The One Ring was one of the most powerful artifacts ever created in Middle-earth and by far the most dangerous. It was crafted by the Dark Lord Sauron.

Green Lantern Ring

Also known as a Power Ring, is a piece of jewelry that grants the wearer incredible and incomprehensible powers and abilities.

Everybody wants to rule the world. Which power ring is more likely to make you the ruler of Earth?

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3. The Holy Grail vs The Genie’s Lamp: The long run

Which artifact do you find more useful in the long run?

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The Holy Grail (Indiana Jones)

The Holy Grail was a Biblical artifact said to have supernatural powers, specifically the ability to grant immortality and was tied to the story of Jesus Christ and later connected to Arthurian legend.

The Genie’s Lamp (Alladin)

A magical oil lamp whose owner has the ability to summon and temporarily control a wish-granting Genie with cosmic power.

4. The Omnitrix vs The Philosopher’s Stone: Gold Digger

Which one of these artifacts is more likely to make you rich beyond your wildest dreams?

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The Omnitrix (Ben Ten)

Better known as the Omnitrix, a watch-like device that is attached to Ben Tennyson’s wrist. The device is a portable library of intergalactic genetic data that allowed the wielder to alter their DNA at will and transform into a variety of different alien species, each with their own unique abilities.

The Philosopher’s Stone (Fullmetal Alchemist)

The stone gives the illusion that someone is able to override that law. Being that it is an illusion, the powers of the stone itself are not unlimited, and only appear to allow an alchemist to bypass equivalent exchange as long as the stone retains its power.

5. The Jewel of Jumanji vs The Amulet of Daylight: High school prom fashion statement

Forget mystical powers -which artifact do you wear for your high school prom?

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The Jewel of Jumanji (Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle)

The Jewel’s magic provides fertility to the land of “JUMANJI”, so long as it stays in the sun.

The Amulet of Daylight (TrolHunters)

A magical amulet created by Merlin, which acted as both the source of power and a symbol of office for the Trollhunter, capable of summoning the Trollhunter Armor and the Sword of Daylight.

6. The Whomping Willow vs The Tree of Souls: Home security!

Apparently, you can pay less for home insurance if you have a dog, alarm system, or killer tree planted out front. Your choice is obvious. Which of the below do you choose?

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The Whomping Willow (Harry Potter)

A Whomping Willow was a very valuable, very violent sentient species of magical plant.

The Tree of Souls (Avatar)

A giant willow tree is said to be the closest connection to Eywa on Pandora. The tree is a point of extreme spiritual significance to the Navi.

7. The White Tree of Gondor vs The Godswood: The royal gardener

It’s a dream come true – you have been selected as a royal gardener for King Arthur. Which one of these trees do you plant in his decorative garden?

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The White Tree of Gondor (Lord of the Rings, movie)

The symbol of the realm of Gondor. While there were several trees referred to as the “White Tree,” the best-known of these grew in the Court of the Fountain in Minas Tirith.

The Godswood (Game of Thrones, TV series)

Wooded sanctuaries, enclosed within a castle’s walls, have been set aside as places of worship and meditation dedicated to the Old Gods of the Forest.

8. The Demon Tree vs The Demonic Tree: Sweet demonic revenge

A bully is making your life a living hell! You can take seeds from one of the below and plant them in his backyard for some sweet sweet horror revenge. Which do you choose?

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The Demon Tree (Poltergeist)

A tree planted outside the family house becomes possessed by either the Beast or one of the many ghosts haunting the grounds.

The Demonic Tree (Ash Vs. Evil Dead)

The Demonic Tree uses its many branches and vines to ensnare its victims which it will either brutally rape or devour, victims of the former can end up being possessed.

9. Toad Tree vs Tree of the Dead: Haunted forest

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Toad Tree (Pan’s Labyrinth)

The first of Ofelia’s three tasks is to retrieve a key from the stomach of a giant toad. The toad lives inside of a tree and lives off of bugs.

Tree of the Dead (Sleepy Hollow)

Also known as the Scarecrow It was a demon that resided outside of the sanctuary of Lachlan Fredericks’s household.

10. The Deku Tree vs Grandmother Willow: Make faces

You can have complete control over one of the below to help you out with day-to-day tasks, you know, do some laundry, terrorize the neighbors, etc. Who do you choose?

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The Deku Tree (‘The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time)

The fatherly guardian of the forest safeguards not only the dense land around him but the small population of beings that live in his shadow.

Grandmother Willow (Pocahontas)

a talking willow tree in Disney’s 1995 animated feature film, Pocahontas.

Yoav Rosenberg

Yoav Rosenberg

Having studied scriptwriting in London, I subsequently worked on a number of film sets. I write about pop culture trends, films, and tv series on Netflix, Amazon Prime, Disney+, and Hulu.

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