|Release date||11 July 2005 (Update unknown) edit|
|High alch||0 coins|
|Low alch||0 coins|
|Destroy||You will need to create a new amulet if you destroy this one.|
|On death||Never kept|
|Store price||Not sold|
|Examine||An amulet of nature.|
An Amulet of nature is used to monitor the state of a Farming patch. It can be created by stringing an emerald amulet with magic string to make a Pre-nature amulet. Casting Enchant Level 2 Jewellery on it will result in an Amulet of nature. After enchantment, it is not tradeable; however, Pre-nature amulets are.
Abilities and usage
The Amulet of nature can only be bound to one patch at a time, and will remain bound until a different patch is used. Unlike the Amulet of farming, it can be bound to any type of farming patch. If the state of the patch that the amulet is bound to changes and the amulet is worn, it will vibrate and give the message: "A low hum resonates from your amulet of nature - it seeks audience with you." This should allow the wearer to detect when the patch is diseased or fully grown. This feature will only show up if you're online at the time and ONE time when you log in, but you can also rub the amulet at any time to find out the current state of your patch.
You may use the Amulet of nature to contact a gardener at the attended patch from anywhere you happen to be, allowing you to hire the gardener remotely. In addition, the amulet will allow you to teleport directly to the attuned patch if the patch becomes diseased. The update also introduced a less powerful but more easily obtained variant, the amulet of farming.
It also increases your crop yield when you wear it while harvesting, though the boost is smaller than that of magic secateurs. Additionally, the effect does not stack with the magic secateurs' boost effect. If both amulet of nature and magic secateurs are equipped, only the amulet's yield-boost will be applied.
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- If you hand My Arm an Amulet of nature during My Arm's Big Adventure, it will say "This is a troll, and it is fully grown. The troll has not been treated."