Lucky Saradomin godsword
|Lucky Saradomin godsword|
|Release||28 February 2012 (Update)|
|Destroy||Are you sure you want to destroy your Treasure Hunter prize? You can reclaim it from Diango in Draynor.|
|A gracious, heavy sword. Requires Attack (75).|
|Links||MRID • recipe|
|FAQ • doc|
The Lucky Saradomin godsword is a piece of lucky equipment that can be won from Treasure Hunter. It has the same bonuses and passive effect as the regular Saradomin godsword, but is untradeable and has a slightly different appearance – it is noticeably darker than the original version.
The lucky variant of the Saradomin godsword can also currently be used as a free alternative to adding the Saradomin godsword special attack to the essence of finality amulet, as the sword may be reclaimed from Diango after adding it to the amulet.
Combat stats[edit | edit source]
|Armour||0.0||PvM: 0%||PvP: 0%|
|Life points||0||Style bonuses|
|FAQ • docs|
Special attack[edit | edit source]
The Lucky Saradomin godsword has a special attack, Healing Blade, which deals 175% weapon damage (though testing results show the special does up to 270% damage), and restores life points by half of the damage dealt and prayer points by 2.5% of it. The special is found under the Constitution abilities. The special has no cooldown and can be used as long as you have 50% adrenaline (or 50% special attack energy on legacy mode), making it essentially an infinite source of health and prayer points.
Passive[edit | edit source]
The Lucky Saradomin godsword (passive) is made by using the godsword on the altar in Commander Zilyana's room in the God Wars Dungeon, requiring 70 Agility. This makes it lose its special attack, but gives it a passive effect that has a 25% chance of activating upon a successful hit, healing 3% of your maximum life points and recovering 3% of your maximum prayer points with each successful hit.
The special attack is more useful for emergency heal situations and can heal a lot of life points instantly, especially if used under damage boosting abilities such as Berserk. The passive effect heals more consistently and has a comparable life points restore but substantially better prayer points restore. However, for players with access to superior weaponry (such as drygore weaponry) who do not wish to use a level 75 weapon (which is required in order to benefit from the passive effect), the special attack is preferable.
Drop sources[edit | edit source]
|Dazzling four-leaf clover necklace||N/A||1||Unknown||N/A|
|Dazzling three-leaf clover necklace||N/A||1||Unknown||N/A|
|Dazzling two-leaf clover necklace||N/A||1||Unknown||N/A|
|Shiny four-leaf clover necklace||N/A||1||Rare||N/A|
|Shiny three-leaf clover necklace||N/A||1||Rare||N/A|
|Shiny two-leaf clover necklace||N/A||1||Rare||N/A|
Update history[edit | edit source]
- patch 22 September 2014 (Update):
- Some errors in calculating damage values have been fixed with two-handed weapons.
- patch 13 June 2012 (Update):
- All untradeable Squeal of Fortune items that can be equipped have had their cost reduced to 100gp.
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