A GoodLuckCharm is an item that brings you good luck, or is believed to do so. These are very common in folklore; the most common examples are a four leaved clover, a rabbit's foot, and a horseshoe (hung upside down so that the luck won't pour out). In video games, expect an item like this to improve your LuckStat.

Supertrope of FourLeafClover and LuckyRabbitsFoot. Contrast with BadLuckCharm.




[[folder: Comic Books ]]

* Some writers portray Scrooge [=McDuck=]'s NumberOneDime as a good luck charm. [[BerserkButton Scrooge does not approve.]]


[[folder: Literature ]]

* Felix Felicis potion from the ''Literature/HarryPotter'' series.


[[folder: Video Game ]]

* In ''VideoGame/ATaleOfTwoKingdoms'', to win a gambling game you need to find a horseshoe for luck first.
* ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfKyrandia'' also has a horseshoe as lucky charm (and magnet) which is a component in one of the potions.
* ''VideoGame/{{Terraria}}'': Has an item called the Lucky Horseshoe which looks like a traditional good luck charm. However instead of affecting luck in the game it negates fall damage.
* In ''VideoGame/StarOceanTheSecondStory'', being the BornUnlucky character of the cast, Ashton Anchors likes to collect lucky charms, especially after having been possessed the two dragons on his back.
* ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil2'' has Sherry's gold locket [[spoiler: which subverts the crap out of this trope. It secretly contains a sample of the G Virus, which is the reason the [[ImplacableMan Tyrant T-103 Type]] is hunting her down.]]


[[folder: Visual Novel ]]

* In ''VisualNovel/ApolloJusticeAceAttorney'', Vera Misham was given by [[spoiler:Kristoph Gavin]] a bottle of nail polish she considers as a good luck charm and a SecurityBlanket. [[spoiler:However, he had ulterior motives in making her that gift: as she made a forgery for him and he planned to LeaveNoWitnesses, he put poison in the bottle knowing that, whenever she feels nervous, [[ReclusiveArtist such as getting out of her home]], she instinctively bit her nails and thus would ingest the poison.]]