Junk item

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Disambig icon.png This article is about the trophy items. For the information about Junk rarity, see Item.

Junk items are trophies that mostly drop from slain enemies and have no utility other than being sold for coin at merchants. Junk items can be identified by grey colored text in the item's tooltip. They cannot be salvaged and will stack with themselves. All junk items are soulbound to the character upon pickup.

Some crafted bags, such as Oiled Packs, will fill with junk items before other items if possible.

Vendors with a Sell tab have a button in that tab to quickly sell all Junk that is stored in inventory bags that do not hide their contents.

List of junk items[edit]

Enemy drop[edit]

Most junk items dropped from enemies are split between 3 different tiers, similar to the manner crafting materials and salvage items, allowing stronger enemies of the same type drop different and more valuable loot.
These junk item tiers often have similar names (or even the same name, such as Hoof), but are worth different prices.

Tier 1 (Copper coin) Tier 2 (Copper coin) Tier 3 (16 Copper coin)
Brittle Bone.png Brittle Bone Crumbling Bone.png Crumbling Bone Porous Bone.png Porous Bone
Broken Claw.png Broken Claw Dull Claw.png Dull Claw Dark Stained Claw.png Dark Stained Claw
Broken Fang.png Broken Fang Dull Fang.png Dull Fang Chipped Fang.png Chipped Fang
Mystic Crystal.png Buzzing Crystal Charged Crystal.png Charged Crystal Shocking Crystal.png Shocking Crystal
Clump of Tar.png Clump of Tar Clump of Tar.png Clump of Pitch Clump of Resin.png Clump of Resin
Cog.png Cog Cog.png Gear Sprocket.png Sprocket
Cool Stone.png Cool Stone Cold Stone.png Cold Stone Ice Stone.png Ice Stone
Fin.png Fin Dorsal Fin.png Dorsal Fin Tail Fin.png Tail Fin
Glob of Globby Goo.png Glob of Globby Goo Glob of Globby Goop.png Glob of Globby Goop Glob of Globby Gloop.png Glob of Globby Gloop
Hoof (2 copper).png Hoof Hoof (9 copper).png Hoof Hoof (16 copper).png Hoof
Mangled Talon.png Mangled Talon Talon.png Talon Sharp Talon.png Sharp Talon
Needle.png Needle Barb.png Barb Spike.png Spike
Patch of Fur.png Patch of Fur Scrap of Fur.png Scrap of Fur Clump of Fur.png Clump of Fur
Pebble.png Pebble Gravel.png Gravel Stone.png Stone
Unidentifiable Object.png Seashell Shell.png Shell Spiral Shell.png Spiral Shell
Shattered Lockpick.png Shattered Lockpick Broken Lockpick.png Broken Lockpick Bent Lockpick.png Bent Lockpick
Spider Leg.png Spider Leg Hairy Spider Leg.png Hairy Spider Leg Prickly Spider Leg.png Prickly Spider Leg
Torn Leaf.png Torn Leaf Darkened Vine.png Broken Twig Dry Pinecone.png Dry Pinecone
Warm Stone.png Warm Stone Hot Stone.png Hot Stone Fire Stone.png Fire Stone
Jar of Bees.png Bottle of Rum Jar of Bees.png Bottle of Whiskey Jar of Bees.png Bottle of Scotch

There's also several untiered junk items:

Containers[edit]

Junk is also present in the drop tables of many containers, usually those with randomized content.

Gambling[edit]

These are obtained when opening ecto gambling containers. The amount received is usually just enough refund a fraction of the coin spent, but there's a very rare chance to receive larger amounts of them.

Tarrktun
Sandstorm

Fractals[edit]

Other[edit]

Gathering[edit]

Ruined items

These items are given as a result of using low level gathering tools on a higher level node.

Event and renown heart trophies[edit]

While most trophies with a value related to events and renown hearts are items of Basic rarity, some of them are junk.

Elonian valuables[edit]

These items are obtained in events, chests and containers thorough Elonian content, including those in PvP and WvW reward tracks. They are sold for much more coin than other junk items and have flavor text in their descriptions.

Crystal Oasis
Desert Highlands
Elon Riverlands
The Desolation
Domain of Vabbi

Miscellaneous[edit]

Related achievements[edit]

Trivia[edit]

  • Isaiah Cartwright, an ArenaNet employee, said that they decided to have junk items in Guild Wars 2 because they add some flavour to the game in that the junk items you get correspond to the the loot your foe dropped, giving you a sense of where you've been and what you've done.[1]

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