Blessings are special items that are received after praying at a Spiritual Shrine. They are placed in the slot adjacent to the spell slot, and are either lost upon death or destroyed after one use. Picking up a second special item will replace your first one.
Hermes' Boots Regular spikes can be walked on.
Does not prevent ground spike traps from triggering like P.A.D. does. It also does not prevent damage from wall or ceiling spikes.
If a Paladin blocks while standing on floor spike's it will activate the shield and use mana.
Allows you to enter the castle without paying Charon's toll. It will be used the next time you enter the castle; you cannot choose not to use it.
Oh hoh ho! So you have my obol. I will let you pass for free, but only this one time.
Curse of the Hedgehog
The Hedgehog's Curse Taking damage will result in you dropping coins (coins dropped can be more than what you lost) , much like a certain, well-known blue hedgehog.
Compass appears at the top of the screen, pointing to a hidden location. Press up to enter the secret door. The secret room will contain 2 chests. Usually Blueprints or Stats up.
Nerdy Glasses Corrects the Color Blindness, Nearsighted, Farsighted, Nostalgic and Vertigo traits. It also makes hidden items visible and allows for the player to see the correct chest in the 3-chest gamble game.
Helios' Blessing Much greater chance and quantity of gold dropping from enemies (Does not affect chests).
Hyperion's Ring Defies Death once (revive at 25% HP on death, used automatically, consumed on use)
- The Hedgehog's Curse is a reference to Sonic the Hedgehog, where the titular character drops collected rings when hurt.
- Hyperion's Ring may be a reference to Borderlands's universe where the Hyperion Corporation is responsible for bringing characters back to life.
- Calypso´s Compass is a reference to Pirates of the Caribbean.
- Helios' blessing refers to the Greek sun god. He was said to ride a golden chariot and carry the sun across the sky. He also was known to be wealthy.
- Charons Obol is a reference to the ancient Greek practice of placing a coin in or on the mouth of a dead person, which would then be used to pay Charon to ferry their souls into the land of the dead. --Wikipedia