Amulet of strength

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The amulet of strength is an amulet commonly used by warriors because of its large damage bonus. It is created by casting Enchant Level 3 Jewellery on a strung ruby amulet.

Davon in Brimhaven buys amulets of strength, although non-Ironman players are better off selling amulets on the Grand Exchange.

Currently, the ruby amulet costs 3,820 coins, and enchanting it with a staff of fire costs 238 coins, giving a profit of -1,103 coins along with 59 Magic experience.

Crafting an amulet of strength from scratch in Lumbridge is a requirement for completing the Building Up Strength achievement, part of the Hard Lumbridge achievements.

Amulets of strength are often used by free-to-play players using melee as the damage hit bonus is greater than that of the amulet of power. The larger bonus is deemed more important than the prayer bonus that the amulet of power provides. It is the second strongest free-to-play melee necklace after the Brawler's hook necklace, which requires 50 Attack and Dungeoneering and costs 15,500 Dungeoneering tokens.

A player casting Lvl-3 Enchant on a ruby amulet


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Creation[edit | edit source]

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Amulet of strength.png Amulet of strength
Magic-Hourglass.pngMake-X GE icon.png
59 XP-3 (1.8s) 2,955
Requirements
Magic Magic level49
link = Lvl-3 Enchant Enchanted using the Lvl-3 Enchant spell
F2P icon.png Free-to-play
Materials
ItemQuantityPriceTotal
Ruby amulet.pngRuby amulet13,8203,820
Cosmic rune.pngCosmic rune1238238
Fire rune.pngFire rune5126630
Total price4,688
Profit-1,733
Amulet of strength.png Amulet of strength
--Hourglass.pngMake-X GE icon.png
--2 (1.2s) 2,955
Requirements
P2P icon.png Members only
Materials
ItemQuantityPriceTotal
Ruby amulet.pngRuby amulet13,8203,820
Enchant ruby.pngEnchant ruby11,4151,415
Total price5,235
Profit-2,280

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