Dragonstone dragon bolts (e)

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Dragonstone dragon bolts (e) are dragonstone dragon bolts that are enchanted via the Enchant Crossbow Bolt (Dragonstone) spell by a player with level 68 Magic. The spell enchants 10 bolts per cast, and uses 1 cosmic, 1 soul, and 15 earth runes. They require 64 Ranged to wield.

Enchanted dragonstone dragon bolts have a 6% chance of triggering the Dragon's breath effect. This inflicts a dragonfire hit against the target, causing extra damage (visible ranged level * 20%). If the player boosts to achieve a Ranged level of 112, the extra damage is 22. If the target is immune to dragonfire, the special effect will not activate.

Enchanted dragonstone bolts are notable because of their effectiveness in PVP, with a chance of hitting extremely hard against opponents without antifire protection. Some players may use Opal dragon bolts (e) instead due to having the same ranged strength bonus, and harder to nulify extra damage for a similar cost. A player with 99 Ranged and using the appropriate boosts (namely Rigour, the Elite Void Knight equipment set effect, and a Ranging potion) can hit up to a a 70 with the special.

If the player has completed the Hard Kandarin Diary, there is a 10% increase of the likelihood that the special effect of an enchanted bolt will occur. This effect is always active regardless if the headgear is equipped. This would make a total of 6.6% chance to activate.

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Dragon's Breath
The sound which can be heard when the Dragon's Breath effect is triggered.

Creation[edit | edit source]

Requirements
SkillLevelXP
Magic Magic68 (b)78
Members
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Ticks3 (1.8s)
Materials
ItemQuantityCost
Dragonstone dragon bolts 5.pngDragonstone dragon bolts1010,180
Earth rune.pngEarth rune1560
Cosmic rune.pngCosmic rune1118
Soul rune.pngSoul rune1143
Total Cost10,501
Dragonstone dragon bolts (e) 5.pngDragonstone dragon bolts (e)108,930
Profit-1,571

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