Enchant dragonstone

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This article is about the enchant tablet. For the enchant spell, see Lvl-5 Enchant.
Enchant dragonstone detail.png

The enchant dragonstone tablet is an item that can be used by any player to enchant dragonstone jewellery. Players can create this item on a mahogany demon lectern as long as they have 1 cosmic rune, 15 earth runes, 15 water runes, and 1 soft clay, and at least level 68 Magic. You gain 78 Magic experience for each tablet you create.

This tablet can be made regardless of the player's current spellbook. Using a Mud battlestaff can greatly reduce the cost of casting the spell.

Using this tablet for the elite clue scroll task does not work.

Creation[edit | edit source]

Magic Magic68 (b)78
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Ticks2 (1.2s) [r 1]
ToolsNoneFacilitiesMahogany demon lectern icon.png Mahogany demon lectern
Cosmic rune.pngCosmic rune1118
Earth rune.pngEarth rune1575
Water rune.pngWater rune1575
Soft clay.pngSoft clay1253
Total Cost521
Enchant dragonstone.pngEnchant dragonstone1260
  1. Increases to 4 when using the Make-X functionality.

Cost[edit | edit source]

Spell cost
15Earth rune.png15Water rune.png1Cosmic rune.png1Soft clay.png521
Combo runes
15Water rune.png1Cosmic rune.png1Soft clay.png15Dust rune.png536
1Cosmic rune.png1Soft clay.png15Mud rune.png2,576
15Water rune.png1Cosmic rune.png1Soft clay.png15Lava rune.png521
15Earth rune.png1Cosmic rune.png1Soft clay.png15Steam rune.png1,601
15Earth rune.png1Cosmic rune.png1Soft clay.png15Mist rune.png2,471
15Earth rune.png1Cosmic rune.png1Soft clay.pngStaff of water.pngAlt446
15Water rune.png1Cosmic rune.png1Soft clay.pngStaff of earth.pngAlt446
1Cosmic rune.png1Soft clay.pngMud battlestaff.png371
Main and off-hands
15Earth rune.png1Cosmic rune.png1Soft clay.pngTome of water.png446
1Cosmic rune.png1Soft clay.pngStaff of earth.pngAltTome of water.png371

Changes[edit | edit source]

Date Changes
12 October 2017

The item was renamed from "Enchant dragonstn." to "Enchant dragonstone".