Rapier

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For the Theatre of Blood reward, see Ghrazi rapier.
Rapier detail.png

The rapier is a very thin sword, most effective for piercing. It requires an Attack level of 40 to wield. Its stats are the same as the rune scimitar but with the stab and slash attack bonuses swapped.

It was used by Gentleman Mallard until his disappearance at sea. The sword was later found by Smith of Mos Le'Harmless, who will sell it to players for 25,600 coins. Cabin Fever must be completed to reach the island, making it an indirect requirement for this weapon.

To be able to understand Smith and purchase the rapier, the player must have a Book o' piracy in their inventory. Talk to Smith and select the cutlasses option in the dialogue box.

Attack icon.png Attack bonusesA player wielding a rapier.
A player wielding a rapier.
White dagger.pngWhite scimitar.pngWhite warhammer.pngMagic icon.pngRanged icon.png
+45+7-2+0+0
Defence icon.png Defence bonuses
White dagger.pngWhite scimitar.pngWhite warhammer.pngMagic icon.pngRanged icon.png
+0+1+0+0+0
Melee.png Other bonusesSlot
Strength icon.pngRanged Strength icon.pngMagic Damage icon.pngPrayer icon.pngWeapon slot.png
+44+0+0%+0List
Attack speed
Monster attack speed 4.png

Combat styles[edit | edit source]

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

Store locations[edit | edit source]

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Members?
Smithing Smith's Shop.Mos Le'HarmlessCoins 10000.png 25,600N/AMember icon.png

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • The examine text is a reference to Tybalt, spoken by Mercutio in the Shakespeare tragedy Romeo and Juliet who describes him as 'the very butcher of a silk button'.
  • This is the signature weapon of Harrallak Menarous.

See also[edit | edit source]