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b_insanity

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I would like to discuss this item for a few reasons..

Unlike most treasure trail items that are disassembled into fortunate components that have a buy limit of 2/4 hours, the fury (t) has a buy limit of 100/4 hours. (like its non trimmed counterpart)

Historically, the fury (t) has stayed around the same price of the regular amulet of fury (which is tied directly to the price of cut/uncut onyx). This is unlike any other onyx item besides the ring of fortune, implying that the both the ring and amulet of fury are used by part of the games population.

I recently learned that the fury (t) has better stats than the regular fury (as does the ornament version of both the amulet of souls and reaper necklace released with the new clue scroll update).

The amulet of fury (t) has the 4th highest stats of any necklace/amulet giving +34 in all combat stats and +4 prayer. Only being beat in stat bonus by Amulet of the forsaken, and both the ornament and non ornament versions of the amulet of souls and reaper necklace.

The amulet of fury (t) is the best non degrading amulet in stats and does not require charges or repairs.

Looking at the G.E. graph of the items price, it has had a significant drop in price since the clue scroll update (likely due to the increased amount of people doing clues, similar to most treasure trail items). The item is now about 3/4ths of the price of the regular amulet of fury

From personal experience of doing clues, I can say that out of almost 600 hard treasure trails being completed, I have received 1 of these amulets.

My question is, do you expect the price of this item to rebound at all? or is this item doomed to become fortunate components?

Thanks for reading, please discuss your thoughts.

10-Mar-2018 21:53:04

Funshine
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How many fury(t) do you even have stockpiled

Edit: Don't answer "none" because there would be no incentive for you to create such a thread if that were true.
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11-Mar-2018 00:44:58 - Last edited on 11-Mar-2018 00:45:30 by Funshine

Radyi
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Its useless. Maybe if it looked cool it be worth having, but it doesnt, it looks like garbage. I would say the thing will be very similar price to the ammy of fury no matter what simply because its got similar stats. Join my clan!

11-Mar-2018 01:37:22

b_insanity

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Your Daddy said:
Doomed to become a fortunate component as there are free options from quests and task sets that are far more superior.


Please tell me what amulet you are referring to that is far superior? like my post said....

The amulet of fury (t) has the 4th highest stats of any necklace/amulet giving +34 in all combat stats and +4 prayer. Only being beat in stat bonus by Amulet of the forsaken, and both the ornament and non ornament versions of the amulet of souls and reaper necklace.

Dragonrider has +30 in attack stats and a 500k cost to replace. if you are using mage, this would be the amulet to use due to the effect of improving dragon breath. But one of the key uses of using these lower tier amulets would be pking, and if you are using mage to pk you probably should not be pking.

Desert amulet 4 has the same +30 attack stats but not everyone has the required levels to get it and is still worse compared to the amulet of fury.

In no way did I say that amulet of fury (t) will ever be used at top tier pvm situations, but seeing how there are no level requirements to use it and it has the 4th best stats of an amulet, there is no way you can justify using either of the above 2 amulets instead of this one.

11-Mar-2018 17:26:24 - Last edited on 11-Mar-2018 17:42:00 by b_insanity

b_insanity

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Radyi said:
Its useless. Maybe if it looked cool it be worth having, but it doesnt, it looks like garbage. I would say the thing will be very similar price to the ammy of fury no matter what simply because its got similar stats.



I agree that it should stay around the same price as the regular fury, but that is the reason for bringing this up. Amulet of fury is above 2m still, the (t) version having better stats and sits at under 1.5m (a 1/4th drop in price over 2 weeks).

And to anyone who is going to say that there is a finite supply of regular amulet of furies, please look at the other onyx jewelry like berserker necklace, it is far less than an amulet of fury and is only obtainable by crafting from an onyx (unlike a regen bracelet, that can be obtained by PVM drop). Either the price of regular amulet of fury should also be experiencing a massive price drop to match that of its superior stat counterpart, or the price drop is unwarranted.

If you disagree, please provide evidence. I have provided multiple points to support my views.

11-Mar-2018 17:38:58

b_insanity

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Funshine said:
How many fury(t) do you even have stockpiled

Edit: Don't answer "none" because there would be no incentive for you to create such a thread if that were true.


See my above 2 posts, thanks for the free bump. Provide evidence to disprove me or go back to picking flax.

11-Mar-2018 17:41:04

Runite limbs

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*Spends 300m on Fury (t)'s*
>Make forum post
>Get BTFO and rage reply as if you're some money making god who has more than who ever questions you

Enjoy your 50m+ loss and bask in the regret of making this post while you lash out and eventually accept the loss/go back into quietly flipping your nex sets.

ggnore

11-Mar-2018 17:49:24

b_insanity

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Runite limbs said:
*Spends 300m on Fury (t)'s*
>Make forum post
>Get BTFO and rage reply as if you're some money making god who has more than who ever questions you

Enjoy your 50m+ loss and bask in the regret of making this post while you lash out and eventually accept the loss/go back into quietly flipping your nex sets.

ggnore


No regrets actually, I still have yet to be provided any counter arguments that deserve a quality reply.

11-Mar-2018 17:56:28

Sail Hatan
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I couldn't see it ever rising in price by any notable amount. Its a non-degradable, fully tradable amulet that, while better than a normal Fury, is still temporary at best. Fury (t) is not tied to the price of an onyx, a blood shard can't be added, and I'd assume that most people who would actually use this would sooner grab a Saradomin amulet instead. Those offer 36/2 damage/prayer and are MUCH cheaper aside from the Murmur.

As stated above, there are also untradable alternatives that win out against it. Dragon Rider, while not providing as good of stats, buffs Dragon's Breath pretty damn nicely. By no means is it a huge increase to dps, but that combined with its prayer bonus is enough to beat out the +4 damage difference. Dungeoneering amulets are fairly easy to get, and they can also have Blood Shards attached to them. Even the normal Blood Fury wins out against the Fury (t) for its healing benefit alone. Desert Amulet 4 isn't as good as the Fury (t) in most situations, but it does have its niche at KK as well as unlimited teleports to Nardah where one can fully restore their prayer/LP.

Now this isn't to say that the Fury (t) is useless - it is a very good and practical amulet for what it is. It just needs to be kept in mind that most amulets have no level requirement and, until Blood Shards are Hydrix jewelry are involved, this is a temporary stepping stone to better options at best. It offers no utility or passives, so there's no reason to keep it once a suitable alternative is obtained.

Also, more Fury (t)'s are probably entering the game than normal Fury amulets at this point; Not to mention the huge rush of clues being completed probably saw a lot of Fury (t)'s enter the market. Blood Shards remove Furies from the market, and Onyxes find more use as charges for Hydrix jewelry. Outside of being an ironman, there isn't much reason to craft a Fury amulet anymore.
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11-Mar-2018 19:11:20 - Last edited on 11-Mar-2018 19:12:37 by Sail Hatan

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