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This article is about the item used in Summoning. For the item from the historical quest, see Gold charm (Wolf Whistle).
For the variant encountered in Daemonheim, see Gold charm (Dungeoneering).
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Gold charm detail

Gold charms are the lowest level charm of the four major types of charms used in the Summoning skill. Common ways to obtain gold charms are as a drop from various monsters, hunting charm sprites, and thieving Dorgesh-Kaan Rich Chests. A less used but effective way of obtaining Gold Charms is to hunt Gelatinous Abombinations, located in the Taverley Slayer Dungeon southeast of the Slayer master, Turael (or Spria). It is possible to receive multiple charms in one drop from higher levelled opponents. Gold charms may also be purchased by using Zeal points obtained from the Soul Wars minigame (14 per 4 zeal) or by visiting the summoning shop in Burthorpe for one free sample gold charm. Players will receive 275 gold charms upon completion of the Wolf Whistle quest that may be used to start training the skill. As gold charms give between 4.8 to 93.2 experience each depending on the pouch made, they are not as popular with higher levelled summoners as other charms due to their lower experience rates. As with the other three major charm types, gold charms may be used in Dungeoneering to summon followers. Other colours of charms are green, crimson, and blue. There was also a 'glitch' in the Dagannoth Lighthouse where there is a gold charm that is dropped but unobtainable; however, some speculate this is a counter measure to bots as they will click on the unobtainable charm for hours, although this is probably just a mistake.

Two gold charms and 25 vibrant energy can be transmuted into one green charm with level 64 Divination.

FamiliarsEdit

Pouches that require gold charms to make generally need a minimal amount of spirit shards.

Gold charms are used to create pouches for the following familiars:

Level Familiar Tertiary
Cost
Shards
(Cost)
XP Price Profit GP/XP
1 Spirit wolf pouch Spirit wolf Wolf bones
950
7
(175)
4.85 265 -853 -175.88
4 Dreadfowl pouch Dreadfowl Raw chicken
309
8
(200)
9.3 190 -311 -33.44
10 Spirit spider pouch Spirit spider Spider carcass
1,592
8
(200)
12.6 1876 92 7.3
13 Thorny snail pouch Thorny snail Thin snail
413
9
(225)
12.6 265 -364 -28.89
16 Granite crab pouch Granite crab Iron ore
348
7
(175)
21.6 300 -216 -10
17 Spirit mosquito pouch Spirit mosquito Proboscis
8,003
1
(25)
46.5 224 -7,803 -167.81
40 Bull ant pouch Bull ant Marigolds
6,060
11
(275)
52.8 913 -5,411 -102.48
52 Spirit terrorbird pouch Spirit terrorbird Raw bird meat
268
12
(300)
68.4 1495 939 13.73
66 Barker toad pouch Barker toad Swamp toad
884
11
(275)
87.0 1313 165 1.9
67 War tortoise pouch War tortoise Tortoise shell
13,874
1
(25)
58.6 14044 146 2.49
71 Arctic bear pouch Arctic bear Polar kebbit fur
3,899
14
(350)
93.2 1943 -2,292 -24.59

Spirit wolves and dreadfowl are available to free-to-play.

Monsters that drop gold charmsEdit

Monsters with a significant gold charm drop rate (greater than 10%) are listed below. It is not meant to be inclusive of all monsters that drop gold charms.

Effective drop rate is the average number of charms received per monster killed.

Monster Combat level # dropped Drop frequency % Effective drop rate
Aberrant spectres 104 1 11 0.11
Ankous 86,88,90 1 23 0.23
Bats 20 1 15 0.15
Black bears 34 1 16 0.16
Black demons 140 1 20 0.2
Blue dragons 74 1 11 0.11
Brine rats 70 1 22 0.22
Bronze dragons 131 1 13 0.13
Capsarii 150 1 10 0.1
Catablepon 49,64,68 1 18 0.18
Corporeal Beast 210 13 21 2.73
Deadly red spiders 136 1 25 0.24
Dust devils 93 1 11 0.11
Fire giants 85 1 55 0.55
Gelatinous abominations 2 1 39 0.4
Ghouls 42 1 18 0.18
Giant rock crabs 95 3 79 2.37
Giant bats 27 1 19 0.19
Grizzly bears 21,42 1 10 0.1
Hellhounds 92, 95 1 68 0.68
Hill giants 13,28 1 14 0.14
Hobgoblins 23,28,36,42,47 1 16 0.16
Infernal mages 66 1 32 0.32
Ice giants 51 1 44 0.44
Ice warriors 54 1 41 0.42
Iron dragons 98 2 12 0.24
Jogres 53,58,105 1 38 0.38
Khazard troopers 19 1 10 0.1
Killerwatt 55 1 13 0.13
Legio Quintus 175 6 20 1.32
Legio Secundus 175 6 16 0.96
Mithril dragons 304 4 19 0.76
Moss giants 42 1 32 0.32
Ogress champions 67 1 79 0.79
Rock crabs 102 1 10 0.1
Rorarii 84 1 45 0.45
Scutarii 150 1 20 0.2
Shadow warriors 48 1 10 0.1
Steel dragon 100 3 12 0.36
Suqahs 111 1 13 0.13
Thugs 16 1 11 0.11
Tormented demons 450 3 14 0.42
Tormented wraith 129 1 12 0.13
Werewolves 63, 89 1 44 0.44
Wolves (level 60) 64 1 34 0.34
Zamorak warriors 81,84,85 1 17 0.17
Zogres 44 1 10 0.1

Note that monsters do not drop gold charms on free-to-play worlds.

Other charm obtaining methodsEdit

Store locationsEdit

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Seller Cost Currency Base stock Members?
Pikkupstix's Summoning ShopFree sample-1Yes

DisassemblyEdit

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TriviaEdit

  • Gold charms appear in Magestix and Pikkupstix's shop inventories, but they cannot be sold to them, and there is no stock of the item. There is, however, one free sample that can be taken.
  • The free sample in Magestix and Pikkupstix's shop inventories could be considered an unlimited source of gold charms, but it would take an extremely long time to even obtain 50.
  • Gold charms were allowed for free players as of 4 March 2013, along with the release of The World Wakes. All other charms remain members only.
  • The Gold charm being obtainable as a free player, more than from one-time rewards, means that F2P is trainable, even after level 5 Summoning. However, no experience can be gained until you become P2P.
  • Troll Chuckers, Troll brutes and cows in Burthorpe are the only monsters that drop Gold charms on free-to-play worlds.

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