Boogie bow

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Boogie bow can no longer be obtained in RuneScape after an update but still exists in-game for those who had done so.
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The boogie bow was released on 19 July 2012 to celebrate the creation of 200 million RuneScape accounts. It was obtainable from Hey Presto, the Party Plane wizard, and is used to slay the Party Demon. It can be stored in a toy box of a player-owned house's costume room.

It requires no ammunition to fire and can be used in combat. It is able to hit up to 1,000,000 on the Party Demons. However, it does little damage to other monsters.

The bow fires two arrows from its dual bowstrings, in a similar fashion to the dark bow. This is only graphical, however, as unlike the dark bow, it only counts as a single shot. The arrows appear to be on fire and spiral as they approach their target.

Unlike the Chargebow, this weapon may be used in PvP areas.

Combat stats[edit | edit source]

Gallery[edit | edit source]

Update history[edit | edit source]

This information has been compiled as part of the update history project. Some updates may not be included - see here for how to help out!
  • patch 24 April 2013 (Update):
    • The boogie bow is now correctly named when placed on the action bar.
  • patch 22 November 2012 (Update):
    • The Boogie Bow now works as expected.
  • patch 24 October 2012 (Update):
    • The arrow effect from the Boogie Bow now lines up correctly with the player.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

The unique arrows fired from the boogie bow.
  • Upon release, the bow wasn't included in the toy box interface and was impossible to reclaim from Diango, this was changed on 14 August 2012.
  • Though the firing animation shows the bow firing two arrows, there is only one hitsplat.
  • Upon release, the boogie bow was available to F2P. An update on 24 July 2012 made it a members-only item.
  • When the Evolution of Combat beta was first released, it was called the "Extra-planar bow", likely because that was the name it had in development.