Abyssal bludgeon

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The abyssal bludgeon is a two-handed crush weapon created by having The Overseer combine three untradeable components — the bludgeon axon, bludgeon claw, and bludgeon spine. If the player already had the Overseer create one, they can use the three components on the book it left behind. Level 70 Attack and Strength are required to equip this weapon.

The components can be obtained from using the unsired, dropped by the Abyssal Sire, on the Font of Consumption. In terms of probability, it takes approximately 618 kills on average to get all three components.

The bludgeon features a unique characteristic: all of its attack styles are aggressive, meaning it is only able to be used for Strength training. In addition, all of its attack styles use crush.

A player performs the abyssal bludgeon's special attack, Penance.

Creation[edit | edit source]

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Ticks? (edit)
ToolsNoneFacilitiesThe Overseer
Bludgeon axon.pngBludgeon axon1N/A
Bludgeon claw.pngBludgeon claw1N/A
Bludgeon spine.pngBludgeon spine1N/A
Total Cost0
Abyssal bludgeon.pngAbyssal bludgeon126,555,354
Profit26,555,354[r 1]
  1. Due to Grand Exchange prices changing based on trade volume, this profit may not be fully accurate if the components are infrequently traded.

Special attack[edit | edit source]

The abyssal bludgeon has a special attack, Penance, which increases damage dealt by 0.5% for every prayer point that the wielder is missing, consuming 50% of the wielder's special attack energy.

Uses[edit | edit source]

The bludgeon has the same attack speed as the abyssal whip, and although it does not match the offensive bonuses of a whip combined with a dragon defender or avernic defender, the bludgeon has the second highest overall damage of any crush weapon after Inquisitor's mace, making it a good option against monsters weak to crush, such as gargoyles or kalphites.

The abyssal bludgeon is considered to be the fourth best weapon to train Strength with, behind the more expensive Ghrazi rapier, blade of saeldor, and Inquisitor's mace. It has superior damage per second of every other non-degradable weapon to feature an "aggressive" attack style, making it a common weapon choice for mid-wealth players. Saradomin's blessed sword does possess a slightly higher Strength bonus than the bludgeon, but it is not cost-effective as it consumes Saradomin swords.

Combat styles[edit | edit source]

Combat OptionsCombat StyleAttack typesStyleExperience
CombatStyles Bludgeon.pngPoundCrushAggressiveStrength and Hitpoints
PummelCrushAggressiveStrength and Hitpoints
SmashCrushAggressiveStrength and Hitpoints

Changes[edit | edit source]

Date Changes
9 July 2020

The sound effect when attacking with the abyssal bludgeon has been changed. Click this link for the original sound and this link for the updated sound.

11 January 2018

The abyssal bludgeon's weight has been increased from 0 kg to 6 kg to match the weights of the components required to create it (each being 2 kg).

22 October 2015
(update | poll)

The abyssal bludgeon's special attack now does 0.5% damage per missing prayer point instead of 0.3%.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • The process to create the weapon is similar to RuneScape 3's Spider leg; both items require the player to obtain three untradeable pieces in order to create the said item.
  • Even though the special attack creates bubbling pools which closely resemble an attack by the Abyssal Sire which can poison the player, the special attack will not poison the victim.