|Release date||29 May 2007 (Update)|
|High Alch||1,440 coins|
|Low Alch||960 coins|
|Store price||Not sold|
|An enchanted necklace.|
Unlike most gold jewellery, this necklace cannot be enchanted until the spell has been learned from one of the archeologists cleaning finds in the museum. To learn how to enchant a Ruby necklace, a player must first participate in cleaning uncleaned finds until a Clean necklace is found in the sample. When brought to any of the archaeologists in the digsite cleaning event, the archaeologist will teach the player how to replicate the enchantment spell.
A player has a 1/51 chance of receiving a Clean necklace from an uncleaned find. Players must then talk to one of the archeologists cleaning finds in the museum. They will then teach the player how to enchant the necklace to make a Digsite pendant.
Note: The clean necklace will be removed from your inventory after talking to one of the archeologists.
When enchanted, the pendant can be used to teleport to the north of the Digsite, west of the Digsite barge. The number of charges on an individual pendant is suffixed to the item's name. For example, an unused pendant is named "Digsite pendant (5)". When all five teleports have been used, the pendant will crumble away. Players could cast High Level Alchemy on it when only 1 charge is left to minimise costs.
Once the quest Bone Voyage has been completed, a pendant of any amount of charges can be used on the strange machine (the one displaying a book with symbols) at the House on the Hill, north of the Museum Camp in Fossil Island. The pendant, along with future digsite pendants used, will gain an extra teleport option to the House on the Hill. Once Dragon Slayer II has been completed, a teleport to Lithkren can be unlocked by using a digsite pendant on the strange machinery north of the Rune dragons. Each teleport option can also be unbound by using the pendant on the machine again.
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