|Release||3 December 2018 (Update)|
|Backpack||Wear, Use, Rub, Drop, Examine|
|Equipped||Remove, Miscellania, Grand Exchange, Keldagrim, Examine|
|High alch||121,200 coins|
|Low alch||80,800 coins|
|A ring that increases your chance of rare items from extremely dangerous monsters across Gielinor. This has been imbued.|
|Links||MRID • recipe|
|FAQ • doc|
The luck of the dwarves (i) is an upgraded version of the Luck of the Dwarves ring after being upgraded at Mazcab by the armoursmith for 7,500 teci. This increases the damage bonuses of the ring by 2.5, from 17.3 to 19.8
When worn, it slightly increases the chances to receive certain unique drops and rewards that are affected by the luck mechanic. It is classified as a tier 4 luck enhancer, in addition to also providing the effects of a tier 1-3 luck enhancer. The ring can be equipped right before the monster dies to benefit from the ring's luck effect. The ring also provides unlimited teleports to Miscellania, the Grand Exchange, and Keldagrim, with Miscellania teleport requiring Throne of Miscellania quest.
To remove the imbuement from your luck of the dwarves (i) you need to "use" it on the armoursmith.
The ring shines whenever a rare drop is received, not necessarily when the ring impacted the drop. When the ring shines, the following message appears in the chat box: Your Luck of the Dwarves shines brightly and you receive: # x item.
When the ring affects clue rewards it gives a different message and can occur more than once per clue: Your Luck of the Dwarves shines brightly and within your casket you find: # x item.
The ring affects the following monsters and activities:
Comparison with other rings[edit | edit source]
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- It is currently one of only two items to give tier 4 luck bonuses (the other being Hazelmere's signet ring).
- Previously, when looting the treasure chest decoration in a player's house, your ring would shine, even though it is a guaranteed drop of an elite clue scroll.
- On 13 November 2017, this ring (alongside other luck rings), were given a small quality update where it showed the item that the ring obtained for the player. However, a bug quickly surfaced which was similar to the ring of wealth glitch, causing players to receive a significantly larger number of rare drops than intended. The bug was hotfixed several hours after discovery.
- The name is a play on the term "luck of the draw".