Amulet of glory
|Amulet of glory|
|Released||27 February 2002 (Update)|
|Examine||A very powerful dragonstone amulet.|
|High alch||10,575 coins|
|Low alch||7,050 coins|
|Exchange||10,702 coins (info)|
The amulet of glory is a dragonstone amulet enchanted by the Magic spell Lvl-5 Enchant. After completion of Heroes' Quest, it can be charged at the Fountain of Heroes and the Fountain of Rune. When charged at the Fountain of Rune they will have 6 charges instead of the normal 4. With the completion of Dragon Slayer II, it can be charged at the Fountain of Uhld below the Myths' Guild. The amulet of glory is tradeable on the Grand Exchange only when it has zero, four or six charges.
It is a very popular amulet in members-only worlds amongst players of all levels, as it provides good damage bonuses, has no requirements to wear, is much less expensive than the amulet of fury, and offers useful teleports.
A trimmed version, the amulet of glory (t), may be obtained from hard Treasure Trails, but is no different than a normal amulet of glory aside from appearance and the inability to use it for certain Treasure Trail steps.
Creation[edit | edit source]
|Members||Ticks||1 (0.6s) [r 1]|
|Amulet of glory||1||10,702|
- Manual casting is 3 ticks, auto-casting is 7 ticks
Teleportation options[edit | edit source]
Players can access the teleports by either right-clicking the amulet in their inventory and selecting "rub", or right-clicking it while equipped and selecting one of their destinations. The amulet has a maximum of 4 charges when charged in the Heroes' Guild and 6 charges when charged at the Fountain of Rune. Each teleport consumes one of the amulet's charges.
The teleport locations allow access to other nearby transportation methods:
- From Edgeville, players may use the canoe system to travel up and down River Lum, the fairy ring system (one is located east of Edgeville), and the Grand Exchange via an underwall tunnel (level 21 Agility required), which itself grants access to the Spirit tree network and the dwarven carts.
- The Karamja teleport puts the player close to the charter ships system.
- Draynor Village is close to Port Sarim for transportation for boats.
- The Al Kharid teleport is near the Shantay Pass, allowing access to the Kharidian Desert and the magic carpet system, and the gnome glider to the north.
The amulet of glory is useful when travelling in the Wilderness, as teleports from dragonstone jewellery will work up to level 30 Wilderness, while most other means of teleportation will not work above level 20 Wilderness.
Amulets of glory are very useful for training Runecraft through the Abyss, as they provide a fast way to return to Edgeville. They can also be used for crafting law runes by taking the boat to Entrana, then teleporting to Draynor Village to bank the runes.
Price per teleport[edit | edit source]
The price per teleport of the 4 charge and 6 charge amulet change depending on Grand Exchange prices. Below is a table that shows the current price, price per teleport, the money loss after selling the uncharged amulet, and finally the cost per teleport after adjusting for selling the uncharged amulet.
|Item||Amulet Cost||Total Loss||Cost Per Teleport|
|Amulet of glory(6)||11,486||−784||−131.00|
|Amulet of glory(4)||11,092||−390||−98.00|
Recharging[edit | edit source]
After at least one charge has been used, an amulet of glory can be recharged by using it on either the Fountain of Uhld or the Fountain of heroes, requiring completion Dragon Slayer II or Heroes' Quest, respectively. Doing so will charge all the amulets in the player's inventory to 4 charges. Players can also use a Charge dragonstone jewellery scroll or cast the Recharge Dragonstone Lunar spell (with 89 Magic and completion of the hard Fremennik diary) to restore all amulets in their inventory to 4 charges.
Alternatively, players can charge the amulet at the Fountain of Rune (this also requires completion of Heroes' Quest to use), which is located east of the Demonic Ruins in the Wilderness. Charging an amulet of glory at the Fountain of Rune grants 6 charges instead of the usual 4.
When a player charges amulets of glory at the Fountain of Rune, there is a 1 in 25,000 chance that an amulet of glory will turn into an amulet of eternal glory, which provides unlimited teleport charges. When this occurs, a message in the chatbox will appear, stating The power of the fountain is transferred into an amulet of eternal glory. It will now have unlimited charges.
Other uses[edit | edit source]
If the amulet has any charges, wearing it while Mining will increase the chances of rolling an uncut gem table instead of receiving an ore from 1/256 to 1/86; this neither depletes the ore nor grants mining experience.. It will also significantly increase the speed of mining gem rocks. However, it has no effect in the salt mines on Weiss. After completion of Sins of the Father, it affects daeyalt essence mining by increasing the rate of gems mined, although this lowers the rate of obtaining shards.
At level 47 Construction (boosts such as the crystal saw work), the amulet can be mounted in a player-owned house, within the Quest Hall. This requires an uncharged amulet of glory and three teak planks. While mounted, this amulet provides unlimited teleport charges. Unlike other mounted quest trophies, mounting the amulet of glory does not require the completion of Heroes' Quest. Removing the mounted amulet returns it to the player.
Treasure Trails[edit | edit source]
|Hard||Dance||Outside the cat-doored pyramid in Sophanem||16,029|
|Elite||Bow||Outside the Legends' Guild building||130,578|
|Elite||Dance||South-east corner of the Fishing Platform||198,577|
|Master||Panic||South-east corner of Lava Dragon Isle by the big egg||559,421|
Products[edit | edit source]
|Amulet of Glory (mounted)|
|Ornate jewellery box |
|Ornate jewellery box |
Item sources[edit | edit source]
|Dragon impling jar||N/A||3 (noted)||1/19|
|Dragon impling||83; 93||3 (noted)||1/19|
Changes[edit | edit source]
|31 August 2017
Partially charged versions of the item could now be turned into bank placeholders.
|9 February 2017
The uncharged version was made darker to distinguish it from charged versions.
|26 February 2015
|27 March 2014
|29 March 2004
The multiple charge versions became permanently available with the launch of RuneScape 2.
|1 December 2003
The multiple charge versions were added to the RuneScape 2 Beta.
Gallery (historical)[edit | edit source]
|29 March 2004 –
9 February 2017
|9 February 2017 –|