Divine sigil

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The divine sigil can be attached to a blessed spirit shield to make a divine spirit shield. To attach the sigil to the blessed spirit shield, players need 90 Prayer and 85 Smithing. It is a very rare drop from the Corporeal Beast.

The chance of getting the divine sigil is just as likely as getting an elysian sigil or arcane sigil and twice as rare as getting a spectral sigil.

When received with CoinShare active, the Divine sigil will be dropped as 120 Divine sigil shards split evenly among the players and sent directly to their banks. 120 shards can be combined to create this item.

Drop sources[edit | edit source]

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Disassembly[edit | edit source]

Update history[edit | edit source]

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  • ninja 20 June 2016 (Update):
    • Altered Corporeal components acquirement rates from disassembly;
      • Basic spirit shields now give zero, blessed shields continue to give 1 each as a base
      • Shield sigils have been increased to provide 3 and fully enhanced spirit shields now give 4 components as a base.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • On 15 March 2011, with the ring of wealth upgrade, there was a glitch that made the Corporeal Beast drop all four sigils, at a near 100% drop rate. This was patched shortly after and the sigils saw very little price change.
  • In Old School RuneScape, an item called the "Ring of the gods" uses a recolored and reoriented version of the RuneScape divine sigil as an insignia on the ring, despite OSRS itself lacking a divine sigil. The name "Ring of the gods" is likely a reference to the sigil's namesake, as the word 'divine' means "of, from, or like God or a god", and is generally synonymous with the word 'godly'.