Luck enhancer

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This article is about items that improve luck. For the mechanic itself, see Luck.

Luck enhancers are items or Relic powers that use the luck mechanic to determine the chance for rare or otherwise special drops and rewards from various sources. Luck comes in four tiers, with each tier giving greater benefits. All tiers of luck inherit the benefits of the tiers below it. The luck benefits of these items do not stack with each other.

Ring of Luck[edit | edit source]

Main article: Ring of Luck
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This tier 1 ring is made by casting Enchant Level 1 Jewellery on a lapis lazuli ring at level 7 Magic. A lapis lazuli ring requires level 11 Crafting to make. The ring can be combined with a Hand of glory to unlock the Ring of Luck (relic power) at level 24 Archaeology, this enables the tier 1 luck effect without the need for any items to be equipped when activated.

Ring of Wealth[edit | edit source]

Main article: Ring of Wealth
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This tier 2 ring is made by casting Enchant Level 5 Jewellery on a dragonstone ring at level 68 Magic. A dragonstone ring requires level 55 Crafting to make. Prior to the Luck Rework Update, it was the only ring to give luck benefits. The ring can be combined with a Hand of glory to unlock the Ring of Wealth (relic power) at level 51 Archaeology, this enables the tier 2 luck effect without the need for any items to be equipped when activated.

Ring of Fortune[edit | edit source]

Main article: Ring of Fortune
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This tier 3 ring is made by casting Enchant Level 6 Jewellery on an onyx ring at level 87 Magic. An onyx ring requires level 72 Crafting to make. The ring can be combined with a Hand of glory to unlock the Ring of Fortune (relic power) at level 58 Archaeology, this enables the tier 3 luck effect without the need for any items to be equipped when activated.

Luck of the Dwarves[edit | edit source]

Main article: Luck of the Dwarves
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This tier 4 ring is made by casting Enchant Level 6 Jewellery on an alchemical onyx ring. An alchemical onyx ring requires level 91 Crafting to make, and the alchemical onyx requires level 107 Invention to make. The ring can be combined with a Hand of glory to unlock the Luck of the Dwarves (relic power) at level 83 Archaeology (can be boosted), this enables the tier 4 luck effect without the need for any items to be equipped when activated.

Hazelmere's signet ring[edit | edit source]

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This tier 4 ring is only dropped from the "Super Rare" section of the rare drop table while a Luck of the Dwarves is equipped. While wearing the ring, it has a rare chance to double a drop that is received. This bonus does not apply to drops received from a rewards interface, such as with Araxxi and Telos.

Strung rabbit foot[edit | edit source]

Main article: Strung rabbit foot
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A strung rabbit foot is made by using a ball of wool with a Rabbit foot, requires level 37 Crafting. It grants tier 1 luck benefits and increases the chance of obtaining a bird's nest while Woodcutting.

Collector's insignia[edit | edit source]

Main article: Collector's insignia
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The Collector's insignia is a reward from Barbarian Assault; the uncharged insignia gives tier 2 benefits, and charging it gives tier 3 benefits. It also increases the chance of getting dragon full helms from pyre ships and chewed bones from mithril dragons, although the increase rate is not currently known.

Luck potions[edit | edit source]

Main article: Luck potion
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A luck potion is a single dose potion that can be made at level 57 Herblore by using clean bloodweed and crushed dragonstone on a vial of water. When consumed, it grants the benefits of tier 2 luck for one hour.

Main article: Enhanced luck potion

An enhanced luck potion is made at level 77 Herblore by further adding six onyx bolt tips to a luck potion. It grants the benefits of tier 3 luck for one hour.

Leprechaun hat[edit | edit source]

Main article: Leprechaun hat
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Wearing the Leprechaun hat gives tier 2 benefits. It used to be purchaseable from the rare token store, but it cannot be bought anymore and it cannot be traded.

Update history[edit | edit source]

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  • patch 22 January 2018 (Update):
    • Luck-increasing items now affect the dragon plateleg/skirt drop from iron dragons.