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Dungeoneering tokens are a reward from the Dungeoneering skill and are used to purchase rewards from the rewards trader or from the Elite Dungeon Reward Shop. They can also be used to purchase Dungeoneering experience at a 1:1 ratio. Tokens are received for completing a dungeon; no tokens are earned if the dungeon is left early. The amount of tokens a player receives is dependent on the amount of experience gained for completing a floor, in a 10:1 ratio of experience to tokens rounded down. Bonus experience does not affect token gain.

Tokens can also be obtained in ways other than completing dungeons. Defeating the bosses and mini bosses in elite dungeons such as the Temple of Aminishi will reward the player with 5,000 tokens each. By participating in sinkholes, a player will earn tokens relative to their level and their prize.

Dungeoneering rewards are purchased with tokens from the rewards trader in the camp south of Daemonheim or from Wythien south of the Gorajo resource dungeon in the Meilyr district of Prifddinas. The tokens will have been transferred to him via the smuggler, so the player only needs to visit the reward trader to start cashing in their winnings. Players who wish to recover traded rewards lost through alchemy, destruction or other means must pay Dungeoneering tokens in full – players cannot receive the same reward for free. All of the rewards are untradeable.

On 21 April 2010, an update radically lowered the prices of all rewards.

The Dungeoneering party simulator is an Invention device that is a part of the cave goblin tech tree.

It requires 55 Goblin Currency and level 70 Invention to unlock.

It is a consumable device that increases the Dungeoneering experience gained for completing Dungeoneering floors in parties of four or fewer players.

Upon completion of a Dungeoneering floor with a party of 4 or fewer people, the device is consumed from the first player in the party who has one and the party size modifier for the floor is increased by 1. For example, upon completing a floor alone (Difficulty Modifier 1:1) the modifier would be increased to the difficulty for two people (Difficulty Modifier 2:2). This affects all players in the party, not just the one using the item.

Marmaros Thokson is a Fremennik warrior and the younger brother of the self-proclaimed master of Dungeoneering, Thok. He is found near the castle above Daemonheim, located south-west of the Fremennik banker and Dungeoneering tutor, and serves as a Rewards trader, trading Dungeoneering tokens for rewards, such as Chaotic equipment. He also offers to repair the degradable equipment he sells, which can be paid for with either coins or a combination of coins and tokens.

His knowledge of Daemonheim is shown throughout a series of letters written to Thok and his younger sister, Bryll. The letters were a method to keep his sanity while traversing the endless and nightmarish floors of Daemonheim, as well as hopefully record the progress their journey had accomplished for future study.

Dungeoneering tokens are a reward from the Dungeoneering skill and are used to purchase rewards from the Rewards trader. They can also be used to purchase Dungeoneering experience, on a 1:1 ratio. Tokens are received for completing a dungeon; no tokens are earned if the dungeon is left early. The amount of tokens a player receives is dependent on the amount of experience gained for completing a floor, in a 10:1 ratio of experience to tokens rounded down. An example being if a player received 459 experience, they would get 45 Dungeoneering tokens. Bonus experience does not affect token gain.

Tokens can also be obtained in ways other than completing dungeons. Defeating the bosses and mini bosses in elite dungeons such as the Temple of Aminishi will reward the player with 5,000 tokens each.

Sinkholes is a Members-only Dungeoneering Distraction and Diversion released on 5 February 2013. It takes place outside Daemonheim at 30 minutes past every hour, in resource dungeons that were once used by Bilrach as storage rooms – these are scattered across the world and Gorajo has since found them. Their name is derived from a dangerous creature native to the Gorajo realm.

The activity can be started by talking to Talsar located in the Daemonheim camp. He will give the players information about himself and the location and time of the next sinkhole due to emerge with each one due every hour, however you can only play twice per day, resetting at 0:00 UTC. If an attempt is made to play a third time, the player receives this message: “You can only enter a sinkhole twice a day before it becomes unstable.

Dungeoneering tokens (100) is a bag of 100 dungeoneering tokens that can be obtained as a drop from stalker creatures.

Marmaros Thokson is a Fremennik warrior and the younger brother of the self-proclaimed master of Dungeoneering, Thok. He is found near the castle above Daemonheim, located south-west of the Fremennik banker and Dungeoneering tutor, and serves as a Rewards trader, trading Dungeoneering tokens for rewards, such as Chaotic equipment. He also offers to repair the degradable equipment he sells, which can be paid for with either coins or a combination of coins and tokens.

His knowledge of Daemonheim is shown throughout a series of letters written to Thok and his younger sister, Bryll. The letters were a method to keep his sanity while traversing the endless and nightmarish floors of Daemonheim, as well as hopefully record the progress their journey had accomplished for future study.

I have been training some dungeoneering (solo) (Currently I am dungeoneering level 67 and I was dungeoneering level 65 before I wrote this) and I wonder if these numbers are correct, as it seems really hard to get the desired tokens for the nice items, that the vendor sells (most of them being worth above 100k tokens):

Is there a faster way to gain tokens and are there any tips regarding grinding dungeoneering tokens?

Some of the most common tips I read were: When rushing, open all possible doors, put complexity on complexity 1, do small dungeons. Do this until: max floor – 5 (floors) = floor number to stop rushing.

I am currently trying to get myself a charming imp just for quality of life while slaying, but am finding it takes me forever to get tokens?

I am 85 CB/50 dungeoneering. I do my sinkholes and just solo dungeoneering.

Is there a faster way!? This is going to take a very long time if not haha.

Do Token Farming.

It even works with your stats and at your level.

Here’s a guide on this.

I think he means 85 combat, not combat stats. In which case he will get destroyed.

Do you just do solo dungeoneering? You can get a lot more experience (and therefore tokens) in larger groups.

What’s your in-game name? I probably won’t have a chance today, but I can log in on my main and my alt accounts at the same time, and add a party enhancer. This will simulate a party of 4 people, giving substantially more XP per floor.

Alternatively..

I’m wondering what the fastest way to get Dungeoneering Tokens is, and if anyone knows, then do you know an approximate amount per hour?

Do sinkholes as often as you can (2x daily max, unless you have resets) and choose tokens reward when possible. At 120, received ~30k tokens each day.

I’m 103 Dung, and haven’t gotten tokens as a rewards from sinkholes yet and the most i get of tokens is 3,8k or so, so your 30k a day seems so insane 😀

The rates are different depending on your level and if you have a dedicated team to run/reset all your floors together evenly. If you’re going with randoms doing 1 floor at a time your rate will slow drastically, obviously.

Doing 1 floor, people leave, do one floor, people leave etc.

So, I’m going to preface this with the fact that I hate Dungeoneering. I just find it insufferably boring and of little use to me besides the token rewards. However, I’ve started to do a lot of Slayer to gear myself up to get into serious PvM, and now I find myself wanting a Charming Imp, especially for stuff like Waterfiends and Hellhounds, which are some of my favorite tasks, because I need to train Summoning. I just bought Wasteless Herblore, so I’m on nothing right now.

I am wanting to get a charming Imp, I am currently lvl 51 Dungeoneering and have 3,456 Dung Tokens

Depends on how fast you are a dungeoneering and how efficient. However at lower levels, it’s much slower and more of a grind to get the tokens.

I just ground out 100k tokens from that level over last weekend which was double token weekend. I did like 3-4 runs of each floor.

Daemonheim is located near level 16 Wilderness.

The peninsula can be reached through the following options:

The Dungeoneering tutor is found outside of Daemonheim, just East of the bank. When speaking to him without owning a Ring of Kinship, he will immediately give you one. He can also give you a short tutorial on Dungeoneering and show you any journals you have found.

Once you have reached the island, there are two ways to train Dungeoneering: Solo or with a Team.

A party, which can contain up to 5 players, can be created by selecting the “Form Party” option on the Ring of Kinship.

You are then allocated the position of “Party Leader”.

Now, you will need to get players to join your party.

Welcome to my 1-120 P2P Dungeoneering guide for RuneScape 3 in the EoC. This guide is still valid as of 2016 and is regularly updated considering recent updates and changes to the game. In my guide there are a few different methods to achieving the skillcapes in Dungeoneering. These include:

Dungeoneering is personally my favourite skill to level because it incorporates so many skills within the game. Also the fact that you can level it beyond 99 and into 120 adds another dimension of difficulty and challenge to the skill. Dungeoneering gives very good combat exp per hour as well, at least 50K XP/Hour is common when doing solo mediums; this makes for a good method of training combat passively.

In Dungeoneering, choosing the right equipment is vital. It is the difference between getting 50K XP and getting 30K XP.

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