|Released||21 June 2006 (Update)|
|Examine||This fires crossbow bolts.|
|High alch||1,200 coins|
|Low alch||800 coins|
|Exchange||2,181 coins (info)|
The Dorgeshuun crossbow is a crossbow that is often used to train Ranged due to the fact that its ammunition is cheap and powerful, and it has stats comparable to those of a yew shortbow or an iron crossbow while being one-handed, allowing the use of a shield slot item such as a god book or anti-dragon shield. It has an attack range of 6 increased to 8 with longrange.
It requires a Ranged level of 28 to wield.
It can be bought from Nardok in the Dorgeshuun Mines after the completion of The Lost Tribe quest (though the quest does NOT need to be completed in order to equip it). It can fire bolts up to iron (excluding silver bolts, leaving it with only bronze, iron, and blurite bolts and their unenchanted gem-tipped versions) and is the only crossbow that can use bone bolts.
Combat styles[edit | edit source]
|Combat Options||Combat Style||Experience||Boosts|
|Accurate||Ranged and Hitpoints||Accuracy and damage|
|Rapid||Ranged and Hitpoints||Attack speed by 1 tick|
|Longrange||Ranged, Hitpoints and Defence||Attack range by 2 squares|
Special attack[edit | edit source]
The Dorgeshuun crossbow has a special attack, Snipe, (75%) which will never miss as long as you weren't the last one to attack the target, and lowers the target's Defence by the amount of damage dealt, similar to the Bandos godsword's and bone dagger's special attacks. (Note that while the special attack skips the accuracy roll, it is still possible to "hit" a 0 on a successful attack.)
Drop sources[edit | edit source]
|Chest (Dorgesh-Kaan Average)||52||1||Uncommon|
Store locations[edit | edit source]
|Nardok's Bone Weapons||Dorgesh-Kaan mine||5||2,000||1,200|
References[edit | edit source]
- Jagex. Mod Ash's Twitter account. 11 June 2019. (Archived from the original on 29 July 2020.) Mod Ash: "[Does the Dorgeshuun crossbow's spec reduce the target's defence level even if it's not an "unsuspecting target"? Also, what is an unsuspecting target?] If the accuracy roll is passed, yes. The definition of "unsuspecting target" is "target has not been hit before" OR "target was last hit by someone other than me"."