Tumeken's heka is a powered wand requiring 85 Magic to equip. It belonged to Tumeken, the head of the Menaphite Pantheon, and was given to Osmumten by Elidinis after Tumeken's death in an ancient war. It is only available from the supplies table in an unrestricted world as a test item for players and is one of the proposed rewards for the Tombs of Amascut raid.
Like powered staves, Tumeken's heka has a built-in magic spell that can be used regardless of the spellbook the player is using and cannot be used to autocast any other combat spells. However, the heka has a unique attack effect in which every fourth hit will fire a charged attack that deals significantly more damage, albeit with a longer delay after the attack. The first three attacks have an attack speed of two ticks (1.2 seconds), with the fourth attack having an attack speed of four ticks (2.4 seconds).
The spell cannot be used against other players in the Wilderness. The only way that the spell can be used against other players is during the Castle Wars, Soul Wars and TzHaar Fight Pit minigames, as well as the Clan Wars minigame if the clan leaders enable it.
A player using Tumeken's heka's built in spell.
In order to use the wand's magic spell, it must be charged with soul and chaos runes, holding up to 20,000 charges when fully charged. Each cast requires 1 soul rune and 3 chaos runes, costing 380 coins per cast. The total cost to fully charge the wand with 20,000 soul and 60,000 chaos runes is 7,600,000.
Players can uncharge the wand whenever and wherever they choose, getting all of their runes back.
The maximum hit dealt by Tumeken's heka is dependent on the player's current Magic level; the formula for the heka's fast and charged attacks are as follows. Note that any magic damage bonuses are applied after the base max hit is calculated.
|20 October 2021
- The Magic requirement to equip Tumeken's heka was increased from level 84 to 85.
- The base max hit of the heka's fast attack has been increased by 1.
- A heka, also known as a crook, is a hooked sceptre associated with the god Osiris and was a symbol of rule in Ancient Egypt.