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A '''Loot beam''' is a visual indicator that highlights valuable and various other rare [[drops]]. The beam will shine until the item is picked up or until it disappears. 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.
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==Variants==
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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. However, players are not limited to one loot beam. 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.
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{| class="wikitable"
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! Beam
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! Message
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|-
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| [[Golden loot beam|Default]] || {{RSFont|color=#E89002|A golden beam shines over one of your items. You receive: ''#'' x ''item''}}
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| [[Rainbow loot beam|Rainbow]] || {{RSFont|color=#E89002|A rainbow shines over one of your items. You receive: ''#'' x ''item''}}
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|-
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| [[Grave loot beam|Grave]] || {{RSFont|color=#E89002|A gravestone falls over one of your items. You receive: ''#'' x ''item''}}
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|-
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| [[Christmas loot beam|Christmas]] || {{RSFont|color=#E89002|A festive beam shines over one of your items. You receive: ''#'' x ''item''}}
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|-
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| [[Beach loot beam|Beach]] || {{RSFont|color=#E89002|A sandcastle scene shines over one of your items. You receive: ''#'' x ''item''}}
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|-
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| [[Water loot beam|Water]] || {{RSFont|color=#E89002|A water spout sprays over one of your items. You receive: ''#'' x ''item''}}
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|-
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| [[Loved up loot beam|Loved up]] || {{RSFont|color=#E89002|Hearts twirl over one of your items. You receive: ''#'' x ''item''}}
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|}
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To change to the desired loot beam, players can go to Settings, Gameplay tab, Loot Settings, and then Loot Beam Options. Here players can also choose the "Rotate" option to cycle through all acquired loot beams.
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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 to Loot Beam Options under Loot Settings under Gameplay. If the player does not select a minimum value, it will default to 1,000,000 until changed.
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If a player receives multiple items in a single drop that should all beam, only one item is listed in personal chatfeed.
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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 (item)|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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* [[Hellfire bow]]
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* Dungeoneering keys
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{{Loot beams}}

Latest revision as of 23:18, September 18, 2018

This article is about the rare drop visual indicator. For other uses, see Loot beam (disambiguation).
Golden loot beam 1

A Loot beam is a visual indicator that highlights valuable and various other rare drops. The beam will shine until the item is picked up or until it disappears. 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.

VariantsEdit

By default, every player is granted a golden loot beam; a simple beam of golden light that radiates vertically from the received drop. However, players are not limited to one loot beam. 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. You receive: # x item
Rainbow A rainbow shines over one of your items. You receive: # x item
Grave A gravestone falls over one of your items. You receive: # x item
Christmas A festive beam shines over one of your items. You receive: # x item
Beach A sandcastle scene shines over one of your items. You receive: # x item
Water A water spout sprays over one of your items. You receive: # x item
Loved up Hearts twirl over one of your items. You receive: # x item

To change to the desired loot beam, players can go to Settings, Gameplay tab, Loot Settings, and then Loot Beam Options. Here players can also choose the "Rotate" option to cycle through all acquired loot beams.

MechanicsEdit

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 to Loot Beam Options under Loot Settings under Gameplay. If the player does not select a minimum value, it will default to 1,000,000 until changed. If a player receives multiple items in a single drop that should all beam, only one item is listed in personal chatfeed.

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 1Edit

Tier 2Edit

Tier 3Edit

Tier 4Edit

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