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A detailed view of an Amulet of ranging.
The Grand Exchange Database showing the Amulet of ranging declining in price.

The Amulet of ranging is an amulet released on 28 July 2009 together with the Poison Arrow Pub and the Aquanites. It boosts the player's ranged attack and magic defence bonuses. It is dropped by Aquanites, which are found in the last section of the Fremennik Slayer Dungeon, just past the Kurasks, and can only be attacked with a Slayer level of 78. Note that Aquanites are the only monster in RuneScape that drop this item. This amulet cannot be made, players cannot get the shark tooth and string it like regular necklaces and amulets. The amulet of fury and the amulet of glory both gives 10 range attack bonus which is relatively close to the amulet of range. An amulet of glory is a cheaper alternative however. This is currently the best amulet option for range attack bonus in RuneScape, providing an attack bonus of 15 to ranged. The amulet cannot be lent.

Bonuses
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A player wearing an Amulet of Ranging.
A player wearing an Amulet of Ranging.
  Attack bonus  
Stab Slash Crush Magic Ranged
0 0 0 0 +15
  Defence bonus  
Stab Slash Crush Magic Ranged Summoning
0 0 0 +10 0 0
Other bonuses
Strength Ranged Strength Prayer Magic Damage (%)
0 0 0 0

Trivia

  • Its starting price of 1.75 million coins in the Grand Exchange was set by Jagex. The price climbed until it reached 3.1m then began to drop.
  • The examine text is a reference to a necklace made using a shark's tooth, which is a necklace that is commonly known as being worn by surfers.
  • Upon its release, many high-level slayers flocked to aquanites in search of the amulet. In some worlds, there were up to 20 people slaying them at a time.
  • It resembles a shark's tooth.

References

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