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Phoenix necklace detail

Phoenix necklaces are necklaces that automatically restore the wearer's life points by 30% of maximum if they drop below 20% of the maximum. They only have one use, after which they are destroyed.

Example: a player with Constitution level 99 (9900 maximum life points without any equipment) gets hit for damage and thus gets their life points under 1980, the necklace will heal that player 2970 life points. If the player drops to 0 life points from above the 20% threshold, the player will instead die, leaving the Phoenix Necklace un-used.

If the Life points drops below 10% in one hit after being above 20%, and the player is also wearing the Ring of life, then the Phoenix necklace is activated first.

Members can make one by enchanting a diamond necklace with the Enchant Level 4 Jewellery spell. This requires level 57 Magic, 10 Earth runes, and 1 Cosmic rune and grants 67 experience.

In the Duel Arena, the Phoenix Necklace is considered food. Therefore, it will produce no effect if the "No Food" option is toggled on during a duel. On the other hand, the necklace works in Dominion Tower fights with the "No Food" handicap active.

Phoenix necklaces have a 1 minute cooldown after each use.

Combat Stats
RequirementsPhoenix necklace equipped
None
ClassSlot
NoneNeck slot
Tier
None
WeaponsMainOff
Damage--
Accuracy--
Style-
Range-
AttributesDamage reduction
Defence-iconArmour0PvM: 0%PvP: 0%
Constitution-iconLife points0Style bonuses
Prayer-iconPrayer0Strength-icon0Ranged-icon0Magic-icon0
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DisassemblyEdit

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TriviaEdit

  • Its examine text is a reference to many common fire alarm and extinguisher cases, which have instructions that read, "In case of emergency, break glass."
  • The name of the item comes from the tales about phoenixes. It's said that a phoenix can heal any injury or disease with its tears, even if the affected person was dead.

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