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The Ring of charos is obtained after completing the Creature of Fenkenstrain quest. It is required to complete the quest.

The Ring of charos was once owned by a human named Charos, whose gift of speech allowed him to bend the wills of the weak-minded. He was aided by his magical ring. It seems that people who are powerful of mind, like Vampyres such as Malak (He says while wearing the ring: "Don't think that silly little ring of yours will fool me") or Drakan are not affected by the ring. The Wise Old Man has also been proven immune to the power of the activated Ring of Charos.

If lost, pickpocket Dr. Fenkenstrain to get another. He is located in the top middle tower in the castle in the Creature of Fenkenstrain quest. The player should note that after The Great Brain Robbery, he moves to the basement of the granary on Harmony Island. The ring cannot be reclaimed from a gravestone.

The ring can be activated at the start of the Garden of Tranquility quest, becoming a Ring of charos (a). Once it's activated, it will stay activated even when you lose it.

The ring can be imbued as a reward from the Mobilising armies minigame to give defence stat bonuses.





The Ring of charos (a) has the following uses for Transportation:


It can also be used for the following during quests:


In addition, it can be used for the following:


  • The ring seems to have abilities same to Star Wars' Jedi mind tricks, as Obi-Wan Kenobi comments that they have power over the weak-minded.
  • If you use the Ring of Charos (a) with the customs officer while carrying rum on Karamja, the Customs Officer won't take your rum and you will dance with joy, but in an ironic twist of fate, you will accidentally spill your rum after dancing.

This article uses material from the "Ring of charos" article on the Runescape wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.


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