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15 Most Powerful Doctor Strange Artifacts

Stephen Strange is one of the most powerful people in the MCU. He’s the former Sorcerer Supreme, but if I was a betting man, I’d say he’ll be getting that title back very soon. He has shown a complete mastery of the mystic arts and can cast all sorts of spells and incantations to defeat his enemies. But although his magic-use is off the charts, a lot of the time it’s his objects, items and artifacts that really help him out in a pinch. There’s a lot of mystical stuff out there and over the years, Doctor Strange has collected a wide variety of interesting things with cool powers and even cooler names.

Like come on, wouldn’t you want to pick up the Axe of Angarruumus and start swinging it at your enemies? Wouldn’t you want the Cauldron of the Cosmos sitting in your living room as a centerpiece to show off to all your friends? Wouldn’t you want to bring the very first Tarot Deck to your next game night and get crazy? And what exactly does the Wand of Watoomb do? See there’s so many ancient artifacts Strange has and I want to talk about them all!

So join me today as I discuss all the best items locked away in Doctor Strange’s closest and when exactly we can expect to see them. Will a lot of these artifacts make their way into the upcoming Multiverse of Madness? Who knows! After you’re done, be sure to hit that big like and subscribe button for more awesome MCU content like this. And don’t forget to leave a comment! Thanks for watching CBR! Let’s get started.


00:00 Intro
00:40 The Darkhold
02:11 The book of Vishanti
03:26 The Axe of Angarruumus
04:43 Orb of Agamotto
05:59 Cloak of Levitation
07:02 Eye of Agamotto (Reforged)
08:16 Cauldron of the Cosmos
09:04 The Wand of Watoomb
09:51 Book of Cagliostro
10:38 Ebony Blade
11:30 Dragonfang
12:24 The Astral Ring
12:57 His Sash
13:44 The First Tarot Deck
14:29 The Purple Gem

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