Steel key ring

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Steel key ring detail.png
The interface that players can use to check what keys are on the key ring.

A steel key ring is one of the rewards from the One Small Favour quest. It is useful because a number of keys can be placed onto it without taking extra inventory spaces. It is not required to take keys off of the key ring to unlock doors with them.

Following an update on 24 September 2018, the steel key ring is automatically added to the tool belt upon completion of the quest.

To view the keys that are stored on the steel key ring, one must click on the Settings gear icon in the top right corner of the tool belt interface, then choose "Key Ring". Alternatively, click the key ring in the tool belt itself and click on the ring's picture to the left of its description.

Keys[edit | edit source]

The key ring can hold most keys (excluding ones that disappear after single use, such as shade keys, muddy keys, H.A.M. storeroom keys, and crystal keys). Keys that can be added to the key ring have a right-click "add to the tool belt" option. To date, the key ring can hold 11 keys in the following order:

Image Key Key ring description Obtained
Brass key.png: RS3 Inventory image of Brass key Brass key Allows access to Edgeville Dungeon via the entrance near the Grand Exchange in Varrock. In Edgeville Dungeon.
Shiny key.png: RS3 Inventory image of Shiny key Shiny key Allows access to the Temple of Ikov via the shed behind McGrubor's Wood. In the Temple of Ikov near the lesser demons.
Metal key.png: RS3 Inventory image of Metal key Metal key Allows access to the Desert Mining Camp. Obtained by killing the Mercenary Captain during the Tourist Trap quest.
Wrought iron key.png: RS3 Inventory image of Wrought iron key Wrought iron key Allows access to the mining area in the Desert Mining Camp. Reward for completing the Tourist Trap quest.
Dusty key.png: RS3 Inventory image of Dusty key Dusty key Allows access to the deeper section of Taverley Dungeon. Obtained from the explorer trapped in the Black Knight area of the Taverley Dungeon.
May also be purchased from Siegfried Erkle.
Battered key.png: RS3 Inventory image of Battered key Battered key Allows access to the Elemental Workshop. Using a knife on the Battered book
Maze key.png: RS3 Inventory image of Maze key Maze key Allows access to Melzar's Maze. Given by Oziach during the Dragon Slayer quest. Can also be bought at the Legends' Guild. It can also be regained by asking the Champions' Guild Master.
Crystal-mine key.png: RS3 Inventory image of Crystal-mine key Crystal-mine key Allows access to the abandoned mine during and after the Haunted Mine quest. From the last boss in the Haunted Mine quest.
Ancestral key.png: RS3 Inventory image of Ancestral key Ancestral key Allows access to the Spirits of the Elid cave north of Nardah. Telegrabbed from the shrine in Nardah.
Shortcut key.png: RS3 Inventory image of Shortcut key Shortcut key Allows access to shortcuts in Meiyerditch. Reward for the quest The Darkness of Hallowvale, from Safalaan.
New key.png: RS3 Inventory image of New key New key Allows access to the Temple of Light and Slayer Area in the Mourners' excavations under Ardougne. At beginning of Mourning's End Part II quest, from Head Mourner.

Update history[edit | edit source]

This information has been compiled as part of the update history project. Some updates may not be included - see here for how to help out!
  • patch 10 June 2019 (Update):
    • Players who had a full toolbelt and wern't having the Get Tooled Up achievement unlocked will now find that they have it unlocked on next login. There was a strange edge case issue related to One Small Favour (which gives the keyring as a reward).
  • ninja 1 October 2018 (Update):
    • The new key from Mounrning's End Part II can be reobtained again for players that don't already have it on their keyring.
  • ninja 24 September 2018 (Update):
    • The key ring now appears on the toolbelt, allowing players to store keys on their toolbelted key ring.
  • patch 3 April 2017 (Update):
    • Velrak the explorer can now be convinced to leave Taverley dungeon if you have a dusty key on your keyring or in your bank, rather than needing to have the key in your backpack.
  • update 13 February 2017 (Update):
    • Weapon store key from game and from keyring.
  • patch 25 January 2016 (Update):
    • Alchemy can no longer be cast on the steel key ring.
  • patch 30 April 2012 (Update):
    • The crystal mine key from Haunted Mine now works when on a steel key ring.
  • patch 3 December 2009 (Update):
    • Added key sounds to the key ring.
  • patch 20 January 2009 (Update):
    • The 'New Key' from the Mourning's Ends quest can now be placed on the key ring.
  • update 23 October 2006 (Update):
    • If you have completed Darkness of Hallowvale and One Small Favour, you can now save an extra bankspace by storing the Meiyerditch short-cut key on your keyring.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

The old key ring interface.
  • It used to be highly recommended that players use the drop trick to get multiple key rings, because if lost in the Wilderness, all attached keys would be lost as well. However, the key ring is now on the player's tool belt, and thus is safe in all situations.
  • The key ring previously held 13 keys, but after updates that removed the Weapon store key from the game and the enchanted key from the key ring, it now holds 11 keys.