|Released||6 February 2007 (Update)|
|Examine||A wooden shield with a rope rim.|
|High alch||300 coins|
|Low alch||200 coins|
|Exchange||1,361 coins (info)|
The Neitiznot shield, also commonly called the Fremennik roundshield, is a shield made of wood that requires level 25 Defence to wield. It can be made during and after completion of The Fremennik Isles quest with level 56 Woodcutting on the woodcutting stump near the bank in Neitiznot. This requires two arctic pine logs, a bronze nail, a rope, and a hammer in the inventory. Making the shield grants 34 Crafting experience.
Although this shield can only be created after reaching a certain point in The Fremennik Isles quest, it is not a wielding requirement, and it can be worn by players who have not started the quest.
It has a slightly higher ranged and crush defence compared to the adamant kiteshield, but much lower slash and stab defence. It also lowers ranged attack and magic attack more than the adamant kiteshield. Therefore, it is not commonly used by players with 30 or higher Defence. It is, however, a safe alternative to players who have 25 Defence, as its defensive stats are comparably higher than those of the mithril kiteshield.
This shield also reduces the maximum damage taken from rocks thrown by ice troll females and thrower trolls from 6 to 2, as well as reducing the maximum hit of the Ice Troll King's throwing rock attacks from 7 to 2.
Creation[edit | edit source]
| Partial completion of The Fremennik Isles|
Learn from Mawnis Burowgar
|Arctic pine logs||2||1,118|
Changes[edit | edit source]
|29 October 2015
The game messages received when crafting Fremennik round shields or splitting Arctic pine logs are now more helpful.
|2 October 2019
The item's name was changed from "Fremennik shield" to "Neitiznot shield".
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- Some of the mercenaries guarding the Desert Mining Camp can be seen wielding shields that look identical to the Neitiznot shield.
References[edit | edit source]
- Jagex. Mod Ash's Twitter account. 29 October 2020. Archived from the original on 29 October 2020. Mod Ash: "Changes the damage roll from 0-6 to 0-2 for trolls' rock-throwing attacks, yes. That's the females, the thrower trolls and the ones encountered in a quest-specific battle area during the Fremennik Isles quest."