Bronze spear

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The bronze spear is a two handed melee weapon and is the weakest type of spear. It is members' only and unlike most weapons its use is not solely in combat; it can also be used in Farming to make a scarecrow which protects sweetcorn crops. As well, a scarecrow is needed to complete a medium Falador task.

During Tai Bwo Wannai Trio, the bronze spear may be used with poison karambwan paste to create the bronze spear (kp). After the quest, the poisoned spear can be bought from Tamayu's Spear Stall and cleaned with a cleaning cloth to get a bronze spear.

After completing the Tai Bwo Wannai Trio quest and level 5 Smithing, players who have completed Barbarian Smithing can make the bronze spear on the Barbarian anvil near Otto's house (another Barbarian anvil is in Gunnarsgrunn). Players will require a bronze bar and a log.

The spear could also be found previously by digging level 3 sites at the Varrock Dig Site during and after The Dig Site quest. A rock pick, trowel, specimen jar, and specimen brush was needed in your inventory, as well as wearing leather gloves and leather boots. After the mining and smithing rework, this method produces bronze salvage instead.

A spear spawn can be found on level 2 of the Abandoned Mine. This can also be area looted to prevent the skeletons from spawning.

Combat stats[edit | edit source]

Creation[edit | edit source]

Bronze spear.png Bronze spear
Smithing-Hourglass.pngMake-X GE icon.png
15 XP-Varies [recipe 1]8,690
Smithing Smithing level5
Quests Completed Tai Bwo Wannai Trio
Barbarian anvil Must be performed at a barbarian anvil
Barbarian skills.png Completed the Smithing part of Barbarian Training
P2P icon.png Members only
Bronze bar.pngBronze bar1777777
Total price1,142
  1. ^ See smithing page for details.

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