Torag the Corrupted's equipment

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A player wearing a full set of Torag's equipment.

Torag the Corrupted's equipment is obtainable from the Barrows minigame. Completing the Barrows minigame does not guarantee players will get a Barrows item. The set consists of a helmet, platebody, platelegs, and a two-handed pair of hammers.

Torag's set requires 70 Defence to wear the armour and 70 Attack and 70 Strength to wield the weapon.

The armour is popular among players for their high defensive bonuses for a fairly cheap cost, making it ideal for tanking enemy attacks. Only Justiciar armour surpasses Torag's armour in overall defence.

The hammers carry a fairly high crush bonus, potentially making them useful for enemies such as waterfiends or players equipped with platebodies.

Set effect[edit | edit source]

A player activating Torag's set effect, Corruption.

Corruption: Successful Melee attacks have a 25% chance of lowering the victim's run energy by 20%, similar to the Abyssal whip special attack, Energy Drain.

Like Karil's set, it has no effect on NPCs. Also, because this effect is only active when fighting other players, it can only be used in PVP minigames or in the Wilderness when player killing.

Torag's and Karil's set effects are regarded by many as the worst set effects out of all the Barrows armour, as draining run energy is not always a PKer's top priority.

In spite of having the reputation of the worst special effect, if a player's target is to slow down their opponent to a walking pace, i.e. if they are run-and-gunning (ranging from far distances and running), this can be effectively done by performing a whip special attack (which would lower the opponent's run energy by 10 percent), followed by Torag's set effect. This would leave the opponent with 70 run energy.

When Torag's set and the Amulet of the damned are equipped, the wearer will have their Defence increased according to the amount of damage taken; the boost is a 1% increase in Defence for every 1% health the wearer is missing.

The effect provided by the set alongside the amulet can be used to achieve an extreme level of Defence, and may be viable for tanking powerful attacks from bosses such as the God Wars generals. However, since Torag's hammers aren't a particularly good weapon, it is recommended to reserve this technique for team strategies only.

Components[edit | edit source]

Note: GE prices of Torag's equipment at 0 charge may not accurately reflect its value due to inactivity on the GE.

Item GE Price
Torag's helm.png Torag's helm 88,779
Torag's platebody.png Torag's platebody 199,458
Torag's platelegs.png Torag's platelegs 212,893
Torag's hammers.png Torag's hammers 95,537
Total 596,667
Torag's armour set.png Torag's armour set 632,731
Difference 36,064
Item GE Price
Torag's helm 0.png Torag's helm 0 60,397
Torag's platebody 0.png Torag's platebody 0 167,037
Torag's platelegs 0.png Torag's platelegs 0 164,753
Torag's hammers 0.png Torag's hammers 0 94,940
Total 487,127

Bonuses[edit | edit source]

ItemAttack BonusesDefence BonusesOther
Stab attackSlash attackCrush attackMagic attackRanged attackStab defenceSlash defenceCrush defenceMagic defenceRanged defenceMelee strengthMagic damageRanged strengthPrayer bonusWeightMembers
Torag's hammersTorag's hammers-4-485-4000000720%003.6Member icon.png
Torag's helmTorag's helm000-6-2555854-16200%002.7Member icon.png
Torag's platebodyTorag's platebody000-30-10122120107-613200%0010.0Member icon.png
Torag's platelegsTorag's platelegs000-21-11858283-49200%009.1Member icon.png