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'''Crumbly''' refers to [[magic item]]s which automatically disintegrate (autodeleted) once their [[charges]] have been exhausted. Conversely, '''non-crumbly''', or '''persistent''', would refer to items which do not disintegrate once their charges are worn out.  The crumbly/persistent status of an item does not determine whether the item can be [[recharge]]d.
 
'''Crumbly''' refers to [[magic item]]s which automatically disintegrate (autodeleted) once their [[charges]] have been exhausted. Conversely, '''non-crumbly''', or '''persistent''', would refer to items which do not disintegrate once their charges are worn out.  The crumbly/persistent status of an item does not determine whether the item can be [[recharge]]d.
  
The crumbly/persistent status of an item can be determined via [[loresinging]].  The statuses of many [[:category:Common Magical Items|common magical items]] are also found on individual item pages on the Wiki.
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The crumbly/persistent status of an item can be determined via [[loresinging]].  The statuses of many common [[magical item]]s are also found on individual item pages on the Wiki.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 23:43, 21 July 2017

Crumbly refers to magic items which automatically disintegrate (autodeleted) once their charges have been exhausted. Conversely, non-crumbly, or persistent, would refer to items which do not disintegrate once their charges are worn out. The crumbly/persistent status of an item does not determine whether the item can be recharged.

The crumbly/persistent status of an item can be determined via loresinging. The statuses of many common magical items are also found on individual item pages on the Wiki.