This is how the "Ring of Wealth" works. There RS gold are many rumors and confisions about it. this is NOT a rumor. I found another thread on Runescape Forums. It was a jagex Moderator clearing up the Ring. Sorry, i don't have a link as I saw this thread last year.
This is how ROW operates. The drop rate of rare drops does not increase with the use of the rings to wealth (ROW). It does, however, live up to its name. It does this because if you find a rare drop without this ring, it's rarer when it is. Are you ready to get it? If not...
Say for example, everytime you kill an animal the wheel spins. The wheel is composed of 80% of "common drop" 15percent "rare" and five percent "very extremely rare". The rings will not function when it is stopped at "common". However, if the wheel stops at "rare", or "very rare", then it is in effect.
After the wheel stops at "rare", another wheel will be spun. The wheel will contain the entire range of rare items. The ring is now increasing the chances of finding good "rare" objects. This is why it's referred to as "wealth" because it helps make the more expencive items more common. This is a good idea for those who don't fully understand it. I suggest you play Neopets or contacting me via PM to let me know an alternative. The notion that ROW resulted in a reverse effect upon boss monsters was untrue. There is no reason to believe it.
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