Artem "Composition of Ink"

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General

Card Name Composition of Ink

Character Artem Wing

Rarity MR

Attribute Intuition card type icon Intuition

Max Power 7425

Max Influence 2321

Max Defense 1160

Obtain

Source Event Task Rewards

Introduced in Event Idyllic Moments With You Event

Release Date 2023-08-17

Card Name in Other Language(s)

Chinese 砚深 / 硯深

Japanese 深き硯

Korean 오랜 연적

Skills[edit source]

[MAX] Deals 145% Influence damage to a single argument.

Level Details
Level Description
1 Deals 109% Influence damage to a single argument.
2 Deals 113% Influence damage to a single argument.
3 Deals 117% Influence damage to a single argument.
4 Deals 121% Influence damage to a single argument.
5 Deals 125% Influence damage to a single argument.
6 Deals 129% Influence damage to a single argument.
7 Deals 133% Influence damage to a single argument.
8 Deals 137% Influence damage to a single argument.
9 Deals 141% Influence damage to a single argument.
10 Deals 145% Influence damage to a single argument.

[MAX] Boosts this card's base Influence by 108 for every Artem card in the Primary Deck

Level Details
Level Description
1 Boosts this card's base Influence by 21.5 for every Artem card in the Primary Deck
2 Boosts this card's base Influence by 31.11 for every Artem card in the Primary Deck
3 Boosts this card's base Influence by 40.72 for every Artem card in the Primary Deck
4 Boosts this card's base Influence by 50.33 for every Artem card in the Primary Deck
5 Boosts this card's base Influence by 59.94 for every Artem card in the Primary Deck
6 Boosts this card's base Influence by 69.55 for every Artem card in the Primary Deck
7 Boosts this card's base Influence by 79.16 for every Artem card in the Primary Deck
8 Boosts this card's base Influence by 88.77 for every Artem card in the Primary Deck
9 Boosts this card's base Influence by 98.38 for every Artem card in the Primary Deck
10 Boosts this card's base Influence by 108 for every Artem card in the Primary Deck

[MAX] Boosts the Defense of all Artem cards in the Primary Deck by 108

Level Details
Level Description
1 Boosts the Defense of all Artem cards in the Primary Deck by 21.5
2 Boosts the Defense of all Artem cards in the Primary Deck by 31.11
3 Boosts the Defense of all Artem cards in the Primary Deck by 40.72
4 Boosts the Defense of all Artem cards in the Primary Deck by 50.33
5 Boosts the Defense of all Artem cards in the Primary Deck by 59.94
6 Boosts the Defense of all Artem cards in the Primary Deck by 69.56
7 Boosts the Defense of all Artem cards in the Primary Deck by 79.17
8 Boosts the Defense of all Artem cards in the Primary Deck by 88.78
9 Boosts the Defense of all Artem cards in the Primary Deck by 98.39
10 Boosts the Defense of all Artem cards in the Primary Deck by 108

Evolution Materials[edit source]

Skill Level Up Materials[edit source]

  • Numbers shown are for leveling a single skill.
Level Intuition Impression I Fountain Pen Tablet Stellin
1 > 2 4 4 4 7000
2 > 3 8 8 8 14000
3 > 4 12 12 12 21000
Total 24 24 24 42000
Level Intuition Impression II Tie Clip Sapphire Cufflinks Stellin
4 > 5 8 8 8 30000
5 > 6 12 12 12 45000
6 > 7 18 18 18 67500
Total 38 38 38 142500
Level Intuition Impression III Model Handgun Senior Attorney's Badge Stellin
7 > 8 9 9 9 99000
8 > 9 12 12 12 132000
9 > 10 18 18 18 198000
Total 39 39 39 429000
Artem "Composition of Ink" Single Skill Total Materials

Card Rewards

Private Messages

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Private Message
Artem:
Yandi
(Card Lv40)
Private Message script

Artem: What are you so focused on? Hmm... That's called a "yandi," or an inkstone water pot.

Artem: I believe it is a calligraphy tool. It helped people of ancient times control the amount of water used when grinding inkstones.

Artem: Well... look, there are two holes here; one is the water inlet, and the other is for controlling the water outflow.

Artem: When using it, they would cover the top hole with their finger, so no water would come out of the pot...

Artem: If they moved the yandi over their inkstone and released their finger, water would drip out. Then, they could grind ink with that water.

Artem: I've never volunteered in a museum before...

Artem: I just looked over some relevant information in the guidebook.

Artem: The name "yandi" is quite elegant, so you won't forget it after only hearing it once.

Artem: Compared to a brush, ink, paper, and an inkstone...

Artem: But it is small and unique, making it perfect for viewing.

Artem: Earlier, I was thinking... We could buy a few yandi if we have the time...

Artem: Hmm? Are you keen as well? Why don't we try it out together when we get home tonight?

Artem: I'll get everything ready. As for how thick to make the ink... I'll leave that to you. Is that okay?

Artem: Because that way, what I write will be determined by how thick the ink you grind is.

Artem: If you make thick ink, I'll write in regular script. If the ink is thin, I'll write in cursive. If you make thick and thin ink, I'll do a painting.

Artem: Whether I write "Two flowers bloom for no other" or "The clear water is as light as the clouds in the night sky"...

Artem: Or if I simply paint a wordless picture, I think it's great...

Artem: Because... you're here with me.

Artem: No matter how ordinary the moment, being with you makes everything interesting and memorable.

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Private Message
Artem:
Observing
(Card Lv70)
Private Message script

Artem: Here, check this out. It's one of the museum's most treasured items — the Boat-Shaped Longquan Kiln Celadon Yandi.

Artem: I've been so busy with work that I haven't had time to drop by. Now, I finally get to see it.

Artem: You want to hear what I know about it? All right, I did my homework.

Artem: Longquan Kiln was a well-known kiln in ancient times. This boat-shaped yandi represents the impressive level of Longquan craftsmanship at the time.

Artem: You can see how extraordinary it is just by looking at it... Hmm, let's get closer.

Artem: Here, you can see it more clearly... Right here...

Artem: The porcelain texture is smooth, and the glaze is a gorgeous jade green. Isn't it beautiful?

Artem: Yeah, you guessed it. I first heard about this artifact because of its special color.

Artem: As far as I know, firing such a thick glaze requires the porcelain material to be really good.

Artem: The glaze has excellent color, coat, and quality. It's hard to even imagine how impressive the porcelain craftsmanship of the time must've been.

Artem: It is a shame that we can only look at it through the glass, and can't hold it in our hands...

Artem: Hey... I might have an idea.

Artem: I remember seeing ice-cream in the shape of a yandi in the museum dining area. We could buy one later and take a closer look.

Artem: But it won't last forever, so we'll have to eat it before it melts.

Artem: You want something that won't melt? Hmm...

Artem: How about designing our very own yandi?

Artem: I looked it up earlier, and it seems like the museum is holding a DIY event for it.

Artem: Let's do it together later and fulfill your wish.

Artem: Don't worry. It can be anything, even if the final product is a little rough.

Artem: Because making it together will already be a memory worth cherishing.