Damaged chitin

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Damaged chitin is a 100% drop from all exiled kalphites except exiled kalphite workers. At level 60 Smithing, it can be used on an anvil to turn each piece into Chitin scraps, for 10 experience a piece. Each damaged chitin gives 21-40 chitin scraps depending on the player's Smithing level. Chitin scraps can then be used to repair drygore weaponry. 10,000 chitin scraps are required to repair a main-hand drygore weapon from 0% charge, and 5,000 are required to repair an off-hand. 

According to the Wealth evaluator, damaged chitin has a value of 1 coin each, despite being worth around 3,040 when processed into Chitin scraps with 98 Smithing

Drop sources[edit | edit source]

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Smithing level and yield[edit | edit source]

The number of chitin scraps you receive from damaged chitin varies with your smithing level, using the following formula:

Enter your Smithing level name=skillstat_Smithing_level|type=int|value=1|range=60,106|sublist=calcchitin name=scraps|type=output
variables=skillstat_Smithing_level
calcchitin|

let( sm, skillstat_Smithing_level ) let( make, floor(21 + ((sm - 60) / 2)) ) let( scraps, "At a Smithing level of " + sm + ", you will make " + make + " scraps per piece of damaged chitin." )

At 98 Smithing a maximum of 40 scraps (worth 3,040) are made, although this value can be increased further if the smithing level is boosted sufficiently. The formula appears to handle post-99 levels differently, as 101 is required to create 41 scraps.

It should be noted that players cannot smith damaged chitin with the Assist System, and since it is untradeable a player will need 60 smithing (boostable) to get any use from it.

Disassembly[edit | edit source]

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Trivia[edit | edit source]