Arctic bear

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This article is about the summoning familiar. For the monsters fought during Three's Company, see Arctic bear (Three's Company).
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The arctic bear is a Summoning familiar that can be summoned with 71 Summoning by using an Arctic bear pouch. It gives 1.1 Summoning experience when summoned. It has a combat level of 84, counts as two pieces of Polar camouflage gear, gives an invisible +7 Hunter level boost and can use the Arctic Blast special move by using an Arctic blast scroll. It is the second highest level familiar a player can summon with a gold charm. Its pouch can be created with 14 shards and polar kebbit fur.

Arctic bear pouch[edit | edit source]


An arctic bear pouch allows an Arctic bear to be summoned. It is created by using a pouch on a summoning obelisk with a gold charm, 14 spirit shards and a polar kebbit fur in the inventory, granting 93.2 summoning experience. If players exchange their Arctic Bear pouches at Bogrog, they will receive 10 spirit shards per pouch.

Arctic blast scroll[edit | edit source]

A player activating the scroll.

An Arctic blast scroll allows the use of the Arctic bear's special attack, Arctic Blast. It is created by using an Arctic bear pouch on a summoning obelisk, granting 1.1 experience and 10 scrolls.

Arctic Blast[edit | edit source]

Arctic Blast is the special attack of the arctic bear. It can hit a maximum of 921 magic damage and has a chance to briefly stun the opponent. Arctic blast appears as a rotating icicle 'cast' from the bear's paw. The arctic bear may randomly attack with magic on its own, but it cannot stun without a scroll.

Usage[edit | edit source]

The Arctic bear is commonly used in Castle Wars and Clan Wars, and by players gathering Kyatt fur. The 7 level Hunter boost makes it a good choice for other hunting as well.

Dialogue[edit | edit source]

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • The arctic bear's examine info and dialogue are references to the late Steve Irwin.