The Necklace is a non-member land clothing item. It can be bought at Jam Mart Clothing and was first released during Beta Testing on July 17, 2010.


The Necklace is a tight, collar-like necklace with an attached rhombus-shaped pendant with a gem inside, which has a bead-like shine to it. This item comes in nine different color varieties.


  • There were originally only five varieties. This changed on its third release.
  • The rare version was released on February 29, 2012, in the Leap Year Party.
    • When the "Rare Necklace" was first released, it did not include the golden "Rare" tag; this was added to the item later in 2012.
  • One of the membership advertisements shows artwork of a Necklace color that does not exist.
  • It is currently the cheapest available clothing item in the game.
  • When it is worn by a dancing Wolf, there is a glitch that causes the pendant part to change to the color of the ribbon part.
  • The original default color was the blue necklace, with the yellow pendant and red gem.
  • The default color now is magenta with a white pendant and a magenta gem inside the pendant.
  • There is a full magenta version of the Necklace that was hacked into the game.
  • Necklaces used to have a different store preview image, but the image was later changed to the current one.
  • All variants except for the Leap Year variant are a common prize in many Adventures.



Start a Discussion Discussions about Necklace

  • [Closed] Underestamated Items

    7 messages
    • LightningBluetooth wrote:Funnytoothpaste wrote:i doubt it. people tend to like the more popular items rather than the actual rare ones.this i...
    • TheSharptooth wrote:Dizzyn wrote:what about them?whell what if they left game forever and became rarer than spikes? well i'd say spik...
  • Who has the magenta necklace now???

    2 messages
    • tell me if u know
    • Equil and one other person. Equil hacked it into the game though so I don’t advise going for it
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