Strung rabbit foot detail

A strung rabbit foot is a neckwear slot item that, when worn, increases the chance of obtaining a bird's nest while woodcutting.[1] The effect stacks with that of the Woodcutting cape, tree-shaking scrimshaw and the elite Woodcutting outfits.

After the luck rework update on 27 March 2017, the strung rabbits foot functions as a tier 1 luck enhancer, similar to the ring of luck. When worn, it slightly increases the chances for certain unique drops and rewards that are affected by the luck mechanic. It will only affect drop chances for rewards classified as tier 1 luck, and will not affect chances for rewards in other luck tiers.

The rabbit's foot shines whenever a rare drop is received, not necessarily when it impacted the drop.[2] When it shines, the message The rabbit's foot makes your neck tingle as you get a lucky drop. shows in the chat box.

The strung rabbit foot is made by using a ball of wool with a rabbit foot, requiring level 37 Crafting and giving 4 experience. Rabbit feet can be obtained from the Hunter skill by snaring rabbits, or by breeding rabbits in the Player owned farm. Wearing it requires a Hunter level of 24.

Combat Stats
RequirementsStrung rabbit foot equipped
24 Hunter
NoneNeck slot
AttributesDamage reduction
DefenceArmour0PvM: 0%PvP: 0%
ConstitutionLife points0Style bonuses


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  • When the luck effect activates, a second message is also displayed in the chat box Your ring of luck shines brightly! You got a lucky drop! This message will display whether or not a ring of luck is actually worn. This may be a bug.


  1. ^ Mod Ryan. Reddit. "So... I just looked at the birds nest code (in Runescape, not Oldschool) and I can confirm that it does actually increase your chance of receiving a nest when woodcutting."*
  2. ^ JagexTimbo. LotD shines even when a guaranteed drop is obtained. Can we get clarification on if it shines when the LotD made a rare drop happen, not just when we get a rare drop?. 15 November 2017. (Archived from the original on 15 November 2017.)*
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