Scroll of efficiency

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The Scroll of efficiency is a Dungeoneering reward sold by the Daemonheim rewards trader and Wythien. It requires a Smithing level of 55 and a Dungeoneering level of 55. Reading the scroll of efficiency permanently unlocks the ability: when completing a smithing object, for every bar used to make it (every bar in the recipe, not every bar it contains) there is a 2% chance for that bar to be immediately refunded. This can refund multiple bars from a single item.

When read, you get the message: The secret is yours! You now have a 2% chance to refund bars you've used to create your smithing items.

Once the scroll is read, it disappears and cannot be bought again.

When the ability triggers, you get the message: Your scroll of efficiency allows you to save: <number> x <type> bar. For example: Your scroll of efficiency allows you to save: 1 x Rune bar

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  • patch 14 January 2019 (Update):
    • Scroll of Efficiency no longer triggers while repairing armours.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Prior to the Mining & Smithing rework, the scroll unlocked: when smithing items which require at least 3 bars, there is a chance of retaining a bar. The chance of saving is less with higher tier bars. The chance of saving a bar is per (at least 3-bar) item smithed, not each bar has a chance of being saved. For example, smithing steel platebodies in the long run will use up 4.8 bars per body, while smithing steel chainbodies will use up 2.8 bars per body.
  • When you saved a bar you got the message: Wasteless smithing: <Type> bar saved!