Amulet of the damned
|Amulet of the damned (full)|
|Released||6 November 2014 (Update)|
|Worn options||None (?)|
|Examine||Heirloom of an ancient family of Morytania.|
|High alch||34,800 coins|
|Low alch||23,200 coins|
|Exchange||33,551 coins (info)|
The amulet of the damned is an amulet that provides extra buffs to Barrows equipment. It can be obtained from silver and gold shade chests found in the Shade Catacombs. The amulet has the same bonuses as an amulet of glory.
Degradation[edit | edit source]
Like Barrows equipment, it can only be traded when it hasn't been used. It will degrade at the same rate as any other barrows armour, but once it fully degrades, it will turn to dust. It becomes untradeable once it degrades. Players with multiple amulets can combine charges.
Despite being untradeable (once degraded) it isn't kept automatically on death in a "safe" location. Should you die with the amulet, the amulet will turn to dust, making it impossible to recover.
Effects[edit | edit source]
The following bonuses are granted if a player wears a full set of Barrows equipment in conjunction with the amulet of the damned. These bonuses are in addition to the armours' set effects.
|Dharok's||25% chance of recoiling 15% of damage taken. This effect can stack with the Vengeance spell and ring of recoil effects.|
|Verac's||+7 additional Prayer bonus, on top of the amulet's +3.|
|Torag's||Defence level invisibly increased by 1% for every 1 Hitpoint missing. Stacks with temporary boosts.|
|Guthan's||Ability to heal up to 10 Hitpoints above base Hitpoints level.|
|Karil's||25% chance of hitting twice with one attack. The second hit will deal half the damage of the first hit.|
|Ahrim's||Ahrim's staff can autocast Ancient Magicks. Also grants a 25% chance of combat spells dealing 30% more damage.|
Treasure Trails[edit | edit source]
|Master||Slap Head||Centre of the Catacombs of Kourend||33,551|
Item sources[edit | edit source]
|Gold Chest (black)||N/A||1||6/144.18; 6/142.44|
|Gold Chest (brown)||N/A||1||6/143.99; 6/142.26|
|Gold Chest (crimson)||N/A||1||6/144.08; 6/142.35|
|Gold Chest (purple)||N/A||1||6/144.28; 6/142.54|
|Gold Chest (red)||N/A||1||6/143.91; 6/142.17|
|Silver Chest (black)||N/A||1||10/152.6; 10/148.88|
|Silver Chest (brown)||N/A||1||10/152.46; 10/148.74|
|Silver Chest (crimson)||N/A||1||10/152.53; 10/148.81|
|Silver Chest (purple)||N/A||1||10/152.67; 10/148.95|
|Silver Chest (red)||N/A||1||10/152.39; 10/148.68|
Changes[edit | edit source]
|17 September 2015
The topology of the amulet of damned has been improved to reduce clipping.
|2 July 2015
Recoil damage will now always target the entity that caused the initial damage, rather than the most recent entity to deal damage.
|8 January 2015
The item's inventory appearance was slightly adjusted, so it no longer levitates when dropped.
Gallery (historical)[edit | edit source]
|6 November 2014 –
8 January 2015
|8 January 2015 –|
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- The amulet was originally polled as a drop from K'ril Tsutsaroth in the Old School feature poll #9: God Wars & Banks, where it would absorb a fraction of combat damage from any hitsplat over 15 hitpoints when worn with a full set of Barrows equipment. It gained 61.9% yes votes, 13.1% short of the passing threshold required. The introduction of the amulet was re-polled as a reward from the Shade Catacombs in Old School Content Poll #26, and passed with 75.1%.
- The amulet is similar to RuneScape 3's Amulet of the forsaken, albeit giving different set effect buffs.