Ancient summoning stone

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Not to be confused with Ancient artefact.
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The ancient summoning stone is a very rare drop from Vorago that can be used to summon the Vitalis pet. Once it is used, it will be destroyed and unable to be received. Claiming the stone prompts the message, "As you read the tablet it magically transforms into a creature!"

The ancient summoning stone has a drop rate of 1/5,000 (1/2,500 in hard mode), with a threshold of 1,000. As Vorago drops 5 sets of items on death, the effective drop rate for an entire team is 1/1,000 in normal mode, or 1/500 in hard mode. If the drop would have included Vitalis, but the player who obtained that drop already owns it, it will reroll to another player who has the same threshold as the player who originally obtained that drop, as long as they obtain one of the five random drops. Otherwise, it will not reroll to anyone.

It is possible to obtain this drop via LootShare; however, it will follow the normal drop mechanics to determine who gets the drop; i.e. a player will need to "win" a phase to have a chance at rolling for the pet.

Drop sources[edit | edit source]

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SourceLevelQuantityRarityMembers
Vorago10000 Multicombat.png1Very rare[dr 1]P2P icon.png
  1. ^ There is further information on this drop; see the associated page for details.

Update history[edit | edit source]

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  • patch 31 July 2017 (Update):
    • A threshold of 1,000 has been added to the Ancient Summoning Stone drop from Vorago.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • The ancient summoning stone originally did not follow the drop threshold system. Following player complaints, the option to add a threshold was polled and passed with 68% of the votes. A threshold of 1,000 was added on 31 July 2017.