Blade of saeldor (c)

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For the regular version, see Blade of saeldor.
Blade of saeldor (c) detail.png

The blade of Saeldor (c) is a corrupted version of the blade of Saeldor that does not degrade, with its appearance altered to be similar to that of corrupted crystal seen within The Corrupted Gauntlet.

The blade can be upgraded by bringing it and 1,000 crystal shards to a singing bowl. Doing so requires level 82 Smithing and Crafting (the levels can be boosted), and grants no experience. If the player does not meet the Smithing and Crafting requirements, they can have Conwenna or Reese sing the crystal for them for an extra 500 crystal shards. Excess charges in the blade will be taken into account; for example, a fully charged blade will only cost 800 crystal shards to upgrade.

While untradeable, the blade can be uncharged, but the crystal shards used to upgrade it will not be returned.

Like its unupgraded variant, the blade requires level 75 Attack to wield, and provides the highest strength and slash bonus out of any weapon for its attack speed, surpassing the abyssal tentacle as the best slash weapon. It is tied for the strongest one-handed melee weapon in the game with the Ghrazi rapier and the Inquisitor's mace.

Combat styles[edit | edit source]

Combat Options Combat Style Type Experience
CombatStyles hacksword.png Chop Slash Attack and Hitpoints
Slash Slash Strength and Hitpoints
Lunge Stab Shared
Block Slash Defence and Hitpoints

Creation[edit | edit source]

Requirements
SkillLevelXP
Crafting Crafting82 ?0
Smithing Smithing82 ?0
Members
Member icon.png
Ticks4 (2.4s)
ToolsNoneFacilitiesSinging bowl icon.png Singing bowl
Materials
ItemQuantityCost
Blade of saeldor (inactive).pngBlade of saeldor (inactive)1108,485,160
Crystal shard 5.pngCrystal shard1,000N/A
Total Cost108,485,160
Blade of saeldor (c).pngBlade of saeldor (c)1N/A


Changes[edit | edit source]

Date Changes
16 April 2020
(update)
  • The item's name was changed from "Blade of saeldor (i)" to "Blade of saeldor (c)", wherein the (i) stood for "imbued".
  • The examine text was changed; previously, it was "A magical elven sword."