Singing bowl

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A singing bowl is a Dragonkin artefact which is made by restoring the damaged variant at an archaeologist's workbench after the damaged variant is excavated from the Aughra remains excavation hotspot at the Orthen Dig Site with level 106 Archaeology.

It is used in the Fragmented Memories mystery. The singing bowl is not consumed during the mystery.

The singing bowl in the journal.

Artefact info[edit | edit source]

Singing bowl
Chronotes[art 1] 912 (364)
Alignment Dragonkin symbol.png Dragonkin
Dig site Orthen Dig Site.png: RS3 Inventory image of Orthen Dig SiteOrthen
Excavation hotspot Aughra remains
Description These bowls typically contain a 'striker', which would have been run around the rim of the bowl to create a pleasing vibration - this being the 'singing' aspect. It would predominantly have been used in meditative practices.
  1. ^ This is amount for trading in the artefact at the listed collectors. A part of the collections give an additional amount of chronotes upon completion. The amount in the parentheses is the amount obtained when donating to the museum donation bin, which will give only 40% of the amount one would get from a collector.

Restoration[edit | edit source]

Singing bowl.png Singing bowl
Archaeology-Make-X hourglass icon.pngMake-X GE icon.png
25,666.7 XP-10 (6s) / 8 (4.8s) [r 1]-
Archaeology Archaeology level106
Archaeologist's workbench Must be performed at an archaeologist's workbench
P2P icon.png Members only
Singing bowl (damaged).pngSinging bowl (damaged)1N/A-
Dragon metal.pngDragon metal406,544261,760
Total price846,100
  1. ^ When wearing the master archaeologist's outfit.

Disassembly[edit | edit source]

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Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • The appearance and use of a restored singing bowl mimics that of a type of standing bell (or "Tibetan singing bowl") often associated with meditation and relaxation.