Diango's claws

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Diango's claws
Diango's claws.png
Released1 April 2015 (Update)
Quest itemNo
ExamineA pair of familiar looking claws.
Value500 coins
High alch300 coins
Low alch200 coins
Weight1 kg
Advanced data
Item ID13188
Diango's claws detail.png

Diango's claws (previously named as Dragon claws) are a cosmetic item added to Old School RuneScape as an April Fools joke. It was previously obtained from Little Mo after completing the 2015 April Fools event, but can now be bought from Diango. They visually resemble the much more expensive Dragon claws. This item can not be equipped and therefore have no stats.

A player performing the item's emote, which is similar to the animation found in the later game.

The emote consists of four rapid slash attacks resembling the special attack of the dragon claws.

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Changes[edit | edit source]

Date Changes
9 April 2015
  • The item was renamed from "Dragon claws" to "Diango's claws".
  • The item's value was increased from 0 to 500.
  • Dragon claws can be purchased in Diango's store.
  • The "Wield" option was renamed to "Emote".
1 April 2015

Diango's claws are added with the original name 'Dragon claws' for April Fools' Day as a reward from Little Mo.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • The claws were renamed after Diango to prevent players from being confused with the actual dragon claws prior to their release on the 5th of January. (Update:Dragon Claws & 3rd Birthday)
  • They originally had "Wield" as the main option as part of the April Fools joke, which still performed the emote. However, this was changed to "Emote" when they changed the name.
  • The emote performed when clicking the claws used to hide any weapon swaps in combat, this was used by PKers to hide special attacks in order to surprise their opponents. This was later removed and the emote can no longer be used in the Wilderness or non-safe areas of the PvP worlds.