Abyssal bane 2h sword

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For this item's augmented variant, see Augmented abyssal bane 2h sword.
Abyssal bane 2h sword detail.png

An abyssal bane 2h sword is a tier 79 two-handed melee weapon. It is a bane two hand sword + 4 that has been upgraded with two abyssal whips. It requires level 80 Attack to wield.

To Smith this item bring a bane two hand sword + 4 and two abyssal whips to an anvil, click on the anvil and select the abyssal bane 2h sword option and then you can take the unfinished smithing item to the forge to heat it up.

While fighting abyssal demons, the abyssal two hand sword increases damage by 20%. It does not increase accuracy or hit chance.

Making an abyssal bane 2h sword from scratch requires 64 bane bars, 2 abyssal whips, and a total of 19,440 progress, granting a total of 52,800 Smithing experience. It can be augmented to an augmented abyssal bane 2h sword.

This item degrades to a broken, repairable state over 50,000 charges of combat. The base repair cost is 1,200,000 coins for a full repair, which is scaled to how damaged it is. It can be repaired by a Repair NPC, or for cheaper on an armour stand/whetstone.

Combat stats[edit | edit source]

Creation[edit | edit source]

Abyssal bane 2h sword.png Abyssal bane 2h sword
Smithing-Hourglass.pngMake-X GE icon.png
8,000 XP-Varies [recipe 1]909,504
Smithing Smithing level80
You must use a normal Anvil or Forge
P2P icon.png Members only
Bane 2h sword + 4.pngBane 2h sword + 41725,860725,860
Abyssal whip.pngAbyssal whip275,408150,816
Total price876,676
  1. ^ See smithing page for details.

Disassembly[edit | edit source]

Repair cost[edit | edit source]

The base repair cost of the Abyssal bane 2h sword when completely degraded to 0.0% item charge is 1,200,000 coins. It can be repaired by:

Alternatively, it can be repaired on an armour stand in a player-owned house or on a whetstone device anywhere. This provides a discount of 0.5% per Smithing level (including boosts).

If it is only partially degraded, then the cost of a full repair is multiplied by the percentage of item charge that needs to be repaired to produce the current repair cost.

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