Celestial ring

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Celestial ring (uncharged) detail.png
Celestial ring detail.png

The celestial ring is a reward from the Shooting Stars activity, purchased from Dusuri's Star Shop for 2,000 stardust. Players can charge the ring with stardust, with each one added giving one charge (up to a maximum of 10,000). Uncharging the ring will remove all charges with the remaining stardust returned to the player.

Wearing it gives players an invisible +4 boost to Mining regardless of charges; this stacks with both visible and invisible boosts, though visible boosts are capped to level 99. However, this bonus does not allow the player to receive ores higher than their level range. When charged, the ring has 1/10 chance of giving an extra ore when mining rocks up to adamantite, including sandstone and granite, granting experience for both ores mined. This effect does not apply to Pay-Dirt at Motherlode Mine, however the +4 boost still applies there. Every time ore is mined from a suitable rock, a charge will be lost from the ring whether or not a second ore is mined. This effect stacks with the Varrock armour, mining gloves, and mining cape.

The ring can be combined with an elven signet at a singing bowl, alongside 100 crystal shards and 1,000 stardust, to create the celestial signet, which combines the effects of both. Doing so requires level 70 Smithing and Crafting; if the player does not meet the Smithing and Crafting requirements, they can have Conwenna or Reese sing the crystal for them for an extra 50 crystal shards, for a total of 150.

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Dusuri's Star ShopFalador500.6sStardust 175.png 2,000Stardust 175.png 1,600Member icon.png

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Celestial signet.pngCelestial signet
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  • Smithing 70
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  • Smithing 5000
  • Crafting 5000

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