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The Amulet of glory (t) (Trimmed amulet of glory) is a variant of the regular Amulet of glory. Aside from appearance, there is no difference between the two. To obtain the amulet, players may either complete level 3 Treasure Trails, purchase it through the Grand Exchange, or trade with another player.

The trimmed version has the same stats as a normal Amulet of glory, thus it is recommended to use a regular Amulet of glory if while doing something dangerous. As with the normal amulet of glory, players will have a higher probability of obtaining gems while mining.

The uncharged trimmed amulets of glory can be stored in the Treasure chest in the Costume room of a player-owned house. However, unlike its normal counterpart, trimmed amulets of glory cannot be placed in the Quest Hall.

Interestingly, the Amulet of glory (t) is in the same shape as the Zamorak's unholy symbol.

The Amulet of glory (t) seems to increase your mining speed slightly when worn unlike it's counterpart the regular Amulet of glory.


Similar to the regular Amulet of glory, the Amulet of glory(t) has 4 charges and can be recharged at the Heroes' Guild. Once charged, it will be displayed as Amulet of glory (t4). The charged amulet may be used to teleport the player to the following locations:

The Amulet of glory and its trimmed version will work up to level 30 Wilderness, while most other means of teleportation will not work above level 20 Wilderness.

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A player wearing an Amulet of glory(t).
A player wearing an Amulet of glory(t).
  Attack bonus  
Stab Slash Crush Magic Ranged
+10 +10 +10 +10 +10
  Defence bonus  
Stab Slash Crush Magic Ranged Summoning
+3 +3 +3 +3 +3 +3
Other bonuses
Strength Ranged Strength Prayer Magic Damage (%)
+6 0 +3 0

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