Ring of Luck

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The Ring of Luck is an enchanted lapis lazuli ring that, when worn, slightly increases the chances to receive certain unique drops and rewards that are affected by the luck mechanic. It is classified as a tier 1 luck enhancer, and it will not affect chances for drops and rewards in other luck tiers.

The ring shines whenever a rare drop is received, not necessarily when the ring impacted the drop.[1] When the ring shines, the following message appears in the chat box: Your ring of Luck shines brightly! You got a lucky drop! The ring can be equipped right before the monster dies or before the player loots the monster's chest or corpse to benefit from the ring's luck effect.

The ring can be made by casting the spell Enchant Level 1 Jewellery (or using the appropriate Spell tablet) on a lapis lazuli ring, which requires level 7 Magic. A lapis lazuli ring can be made at level 11 Crafting by combining a cut lapis lazuli and a silver bar at a furnace while carrying a ring mould.

Unlike other luck rings, the Ring of Luck does not offer any teleport options.

It has the highest damage bonuses of tradeable rings in free-to-play, beaten only by the untradeable Asylum doctor's ring, Explorer's ring 3 and Explorer's ring 4. The ring of luck also has no requirements.

Combat stats[edit | edit source]

Effects[edit | edit source]

The ring affects the following monsters and activities:

Tier 1 Luck Effects
Effect Details
Bosses 1% increased chance to get rare and unique drops from the following bosses:
Slayer
  • 1% increased chance to get rare or unique drops from Level 1–50
Skilling
Treasure Trails 1% increased chance to get clue scrolls from monsters and rare rewards from the Giant Oyster and the following clue scroll difficulties:

Disassembly[edit | edit source]

Update history[edit | edit source]

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  • 30 March 2020 (Update):
    • Item name changed from "Ring of luck" to "Ring of Luck".

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