|Release date||7 November 2005 (Update)|
|High alch||6,000 coins|
|Low alch||4,000 coins|
|Store price||Not sold|
|Exchange price||195,792 coins (info)|
|Examine||A ring reputed to bring out a berserk fury in its wearer.|
This ring can be imbued at Mobilising Armies with a rank of 300 or more, for 205,900 reward credits, into a Berserker ring (i). This increases the strength, range, and magic bonuses to 17 and armour rating to 18. Selling the ring after imbuing it is generally not advisable as it will waste 205,900 reward credits. Unlike other items at Mobilising Armies, points will not be refunded for ring enchantments.
When received with CoinShare active, the Berserker ring will be dropped as 120 Berserker ring shards split evenly among the players and sent directly to their banks. 120 shards can be combined to create this item.
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Dropping monsters Edit
Comparison with other ringsEdit
|Ring of death||None||28,371,041||25 in all attack styles|
|Superior leviathan ring||90 to make|
|100 to make||15 in all attack styles|
43 armour rating
|Asylum surgeon's ring||85 |
Completion of all Broken Home Challenges
|500,000 to reclaim||21 in all attack styles||
|Onyx ring (i)||300 Mobilising Armies rating||635,381|
144,100 Reward Credits
|21 in all attack styles|
22 armour rating
|Sixth-Age circuit||Completion of The World Wakes alongside all the optional requirements||Free||21 in all attack styles|
12 armour rating
|Berserker ring (i)||300 Mobilising Armies rating (if purchased using Reward Credits)||195,792;|
180 thaler/205,900 Reward Credits
|17 in all attack styles|
19 armour rating
| Seers' ring (i)|
Warrior ring (i)
Archers' ring (i)
|25 in aligned attack style||
|12 in all attack styles|
5 armour rating
| Seers' ring|
|17 in aligned attack style|
|Ring of vigour||62 |
|50,000 Dungeoneering tokens||12 in all attack styles||
- The symbol on the ring seems to be a hammer, representing the damage bonus.
- Before the Evolution of Combat was released, the average price of the ring was around 1.9-2.5m because of the strength bonus it gave. It has been falling in price ever since due to the fact that there are fewer monsters that require using all three types of combat, and cheaper better alternatives are available.
- All of the Fremennik rings dropped in price after the release of The World Wakes; a Grandmaster quest which features a reward called the Sixth-Age circuit, which gives +21 strength in every combat style.