Horadric Lutefisk Cube
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Lutefisk for the Lutefisk God!
 NotesLutefisk. Lutefisk can then be "tithed" to the Lutefisk God by dropping it onto any active Lutefisk Statue.
Anything placed into the Horadric Lutefisk Cube will be transmuted into Lutefisk without warning. A single object will transmute into a single Lutefisk. If items are stacked together, the entire stack will be transmuted at the rate of one Lutefisk per object. Objects can be unstacked by holding the Alt key while clicking.
Do not attempt to use the Horadric Lutefisk Cube to store items, as again, anything placed into the cube will be transmuted. However, you can store lutefisk in the cube to tithe later.
Placing a Horadric Lutefisk Cube inside itself or another Horadric Lutefisk Cube will cause a large explosion damaging both the player and surrounding enemies. And also result in the achievement, "Lutefisk Paradox"
When you keep your lutefisk inside the cube when you quit the game, there is a possibility that your lutefisk will be located in another container like an anvil when you load the game (phased-out in latest versions because other crafting tools no longer hold items).
- The Horadric Lutefisk Cube is a reference to Diablo II, where the Horadric Cube is used to transmute objects.
- This item is occasionally purchasable from vending machines (usually CraftyCrafts) for 0 zorkmids.
- The original Horadric Lutefisk Cube interface (seen below) had a large "Skol!" button, so some players refer to the process of conversion as "Skoling", as in "I accidentally skolled an entire stack of lockpicks!"
- The "Skol!" button used in the original Horadic Lutefisk Cube interface is likely a reference to the scandinavian word "Skål" which is is used to propose drinking toasts (Similar to the word cheers).