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'''Loot beam''' may refer to:
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[[File:Golden loot beam 1.png|frame|right|The golden beam shining over a clue scroll]]
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A '''Loot beam''' is a visual indicator that highlights valuable and various other rare [[drops]]. These beams will only shine for a short amount of time, however. If multiple items drop with each other to set off a loot beam, the displayed loot beam size will correspond to the highest-valued item within the dropped item stack.
   
* [[Drops#Loot beam]]
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==Variants==
* [[Golden loot beam]]
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By default, every player is granted a [[golden loot beam]]; a simple beam of golden light that radiates vertically from the received drop. Players are not limited to one loot beam however. Other loot beams can be obtained through game-play. Other than their appearance, the different loot beams have the same effects as the default version and do not affect drops in any way.
* [[Rainbow loot beam]]
 
* [[Grave loot beam]]
 
* [[Christmas loot beam]]
 
* [[Beach loot beam]]
 
* [[Water loot beam]]
 
* [[Loved up loot beam]]
 
   
{{disambig}}
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{| class="wikitable"
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! Beam
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! Message
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| [[Golden loot beam|Default]] || {{RSFont|color=#E89002|A golden beam shines over one of your items.}}
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| [[Rainbow loot beam|Rainbow]] || {{RSFont|color=#E89002|A rainbow shines over one of your items.}}
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| [[Grave loot beam|Grave]] || {{RSFont|color=#E89002| }}
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| [[Christmas loot beam|Christmas]] || {{RSFont|color=#E89002|A festive beam shines over one of your items.}}
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| [[Beach loot beam|Beach]] || {{RSFont|color=#E89002|A sandcastle scene shines over one of your items.}}
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| [[Water loot beam|Water]] || {{RSFont|color=#E89002|A water spout sprays over one of your items.}}
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| [[Loved up loot beam|Loved up]] || {{RSFont|color=#E89002|Hearts twirl over one of your items.}}
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|}
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==Mechanics==
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Drops with a [[Grand Exchange]] value (total value of given drops, not counting 100%-chance drops) of 1,000–1,000,000 coins or more may be given a loot beam. A player may select the minimum Grand Exchange value of an item at which a loot beam is deployed, within the aforementioned threshold, by going into the Settings under Gameplay under Loot Settings. If the player does not select a minimum value, it will default to 1,000,000 until changed.
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When a loot beam is triggered, the magnitude and visual complexity of the loot beam is adjusted based on the [[Grand Exchange]] value (or rarity) of the item received by the player; beginning at Tier 1 (a small - but noticeable - beam) and extending to Tier 4 (a grandiose and substantially-sized beam). Below is a list of example items that you may expect each tier of loot beam to be triggered at:
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===Tier 1===
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* Items valued between {{Coins|50,000}} and {{Coins|999,999}}
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* [[Ancient elven wedding ring]]
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* [[Ancient page]]s
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* [[Ascension keystone]]s
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* [[Attuned crystal armour seed]]
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* [[Attuned crystal weapon seed]]
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* [[Clarence]]'s body parts
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* [[Clue scroll]]s
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* [[Court summons]]
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* [[Crystal triskelion]] fragments
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* [[The diary of Jebediah Omnis]]
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* Defender items
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** [[Ancient emblem]]
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** [[Perfect chitin]]
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* [[Dragon egg]]s
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* [[Dragon rider boots]]
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* [[Dragon rider gloves]]
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* Dragonkin journals
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** [[Sakirth's journal]]
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** [[Strisath's journal]]
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** [[Kalibath's journal]]
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** [[Phalaks' experiment log]]
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* [[Dungeoneering journal]]s
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* [[Ferocious ring]]s
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* [[Forcae's journal page]]s
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* [[History of the Order]] and [[Order journal page]]s
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* [[Kaigi's journal]] and [[Kaigi's journal pages]]
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* [[Key token]]
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* [[Lost tokens]]
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* [[Miner's journal]]s
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* [[Scabarite notes]]
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* [[Spirit gem]]s
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* [[Slayer]] heads
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** [[Abyssal head]]
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** [[Kurask head]]
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** [[Crawling hand]]
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** [[Cockatrice head]]
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** [[Basilisk head]]
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** [[King black dragon head]]
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** [[Kalphite queen head]]
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* [[Soulstone]]s
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* [[The Ugthanatos]]
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* [[Meg's cases]] items ([[Charlie's sleeping bag]], [[Prized ancient statuette]], [[Sally]])
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===Tier 2===
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* Items valued between {{Coins|1,000,000}} and {{Coins|9,999,999}}
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* [[Warpriest armour]]
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* [[Brawling gloves]]
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* [[Clue scroll (elite)]]
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* [[Ascension signets]]
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* [[Starved ancient effigy]]
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* [[Phylactery]]
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* [[Eddy]]
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* [[Penny]] pet parts
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** [[Dark body]]
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** [[Dark mind]]
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** [[Dark soul]]
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===Tier 3===
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* Items valued between {{Coins|10,000,000}} and {{Coins|99,999,999}}
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* [[Raptor key]] parts
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* [[Champion's scroll]]s
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* [[Cresbot]]
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* [[Giant Mimic]] loot crates
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* [[Kal'gerion battle commendation]]
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* [[Ancient summoning stone]]
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* [[Boss pets]]
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===Tier 4===
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* Items valued over {{Coins|100,000,000}}
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* Dungeoneering keys
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{{Loot beams}}

Revision as of 03:16, October 14, 2017

Golden loot beam 1

The golden beam shining over a clue scroll

A Loot beam is a visual indicator that highlights valuable and various other rare drops. These beams will only shine for a short amount of time, however. If multiple items drop with each other to set off a loot beam, the displayed loot beam size will correspond to the highest-valued item within the dropped item stack.

Variants

By default, every player is granted a golden loot beam; a simple beam of golden light that radiates vertically from the received drop. Players are not limited to one loot beam however. Other loot beams can be obtained through game-play. Other than their appearance, the different loot beams have the same effects as the default version and do not affect drops in any way.

Beam Message
Default A golden beam shines over one of your items.
Rainbow A rainbow shines over one of your items.
Grave
Christmas A festive beam shines over one of your items.
Beach A sandcastle scene shines over one of your items.
Water A water spout sprays over one of your items.
Loved up Hearts twirl over one of your items.

Mechanics

Drops with a Grand Exchange value (total value of given drops, not counting 100%-chance drops) of 1,000–1,000,000 coins or more may be given a loot beam. A player may select the minimum Grand Exchange value of an item at which a loot beam is deployed, within the aforementioned threshold, by going into the Settings under Gameplay under Loot Settings. If the player does not select a minimum value, it will default to 1,000,000 until changed.

When a loot beam is triggered, the magnitude and visual complexity of the loot beam is adjusted based on the Grand Exchange value (or rarity) of the item received by the player; beginning at Tier 1 (a small - but noticeable - beam) and extending to Tier 4 (a grandiose and substantially-sized beam). Below is a list of example items that you may expect each tier of loot beam to be triggered at:

Tier 1

Tier 2

Tier 3

Tier 4

  • Items valued over 100,000,000
  • Dungeoneering keys
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