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Dungeoneering Tokens are a reward from the Dungeoneering skill and are used to purchase rewards from the Rewards trader. They can also be used to purchase Dungeoneering experience, on a 1:1 ratio, but it is strongly advised not to do so. The amount of tokens players receive is dependent on the amount of experience gained for completing a floor, in a 10:1 ratio of experience to tokens rounded down. An example being if a player received 459 experience, they would get 45 Dungeoneering tokens. Experience boosting features, such as Bonus XP Weekends or pendants of Dungeoneering do not affect token gain. For example, if one were to normally earn 10,000 experience and 1,000 tokens after a floor, using a pendant of Dungeoneering on that floor would yield 20,000 experience, but still only 1,000 tokens.
Players can buy many different types of equipment like weapons such as chaotic equipment or other useful items like scroll of life or the anti-poison totem. A lot of the rewards are very expensive to buy and repair, so players should choose their reward carefully. For a complete list of available rewards and their prices in Dungeoneering tokens, see Dungeoneering/Rewards.
Dungeoneering tokens are also used to upgrade the Ring of kinship to provide 12 different types of bonuses towards melee, ranged or magic combat, or skilling. For more information, see, Ring of kinship/Classes.
- Alongside the Slayer Challenges update, the prices of all Dungeoneering rewards were reduced by 50-95% to make them more affordable, and worth getting instead of experience, since Jagex deemed the prices to be too high. However, it is arguable that the prices are still too high, due to the fact that few rewards can actually be obtained at the Dungeoneering level required to attain them.
- If players are kicked from or leave a dungeon they get no tokens, despite gaining some experience.
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