RuneScape Wiki

Explorer's ring 3

28,095pages on
this wiki
Old School RuneScape icon
Explorer's ring 3
Explorer's ring 3
AKA Lumbridge Ring
Release date 14 July 2008 (Update)
Members No
Quest item No
Tradeable No
Equipable Yes
Stackable No
Value 350 coins
Alchemy Cannot be alchemised
Destroy You will need to obtain a new ring from Ned in Draynor if you destroy this one.
Store price Not sold
Examine A Lumbridge explorer's ring.
Weight 0 kg
[view] [talk]
Explorer's ring 3 detail

The Explorer's ring 3 is a reward from the beginner, easy and medium Lumbridge and Draynor Tasks. It is obtained by talking to Ned in Draynor Village, and may be retrieved by speaking with him again - charges on the ring will be unaffected if lost, unless the recharge time is passed between losing it and retrieving it.

Combat StatsCabbage teleport

A player teleporting with the Explorer's ring 3.

Skill requirements
NoneRing slot
Constitution-iconLife points0
Strength bonuses


From Explorer's rings 1 and 2Edit

When worn
  • 10% chance of crafting an extra air, earth, fire, or water rune for each essence at the respective altars. For each extra rune crafted, the base experience per essence for that rune is awarded again.
Operate ring

Explorer's ring 3 onlyEdit

Operate ring
  • Replenishes 50% of your run energy three times daily
  • Cabbage-port: teleports the player to the cabbage patch south of Falador


  • The ring received a small, hidden graphical update on 9 June 2010.
  • Ned calls the cabbage-port the dual cabbageway - a reference to a type of road used today (the dual carriageway).
  • The cabbage teleport only teleports to a specific cabbage patch in the cabbage field.
  • The Explorer's rings are currently the only rings that provide a prayer bonus.
  • Cabbage-port is useful for mining on Crandor. There are a lot of rocks on Crandor and it is not a popular mining spot. Players with cabbage-port and who have completed the Dragon Slayer quest can mine on Crandor and use cabbage-port to go to the Entrana Deposit Box in Port Sarim.
  • The Explorer's rings 1, 2 and 3 resemble each other and appear to be made of bronze, silver and gold, respectively; however, the explorer ring 4 looks more different and is probably meant to be platinum.
  • The inventory icon disappears while using the ring's low-alchemy.

Around Wikia's network

Random Wiki