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Bronze mace.png: Inventory image of Bronze maceIron mace.png: Inventory image of Iron maceSteel mace.png: Inventory image of Steel maceBlack mace.png: Inventory image of Black maceWhite mace.png: Inventory image of White maceMithril mace.png: Inventory image of Mithril maceAdamant mace.png: Inventory image of Adamant maceRune mace.png: Inventory image of Rune maceGranite mace.png: Inventory image of Granite maceCorrupt dragon mace.png: Inventory image of Corrupt dragon maceDragon mace.png: Inventory image of Dragon maceTzhaar-ket-em.png: Inventory image of Tzhaar-ket-emVerac's flail.png: Inventory image of Verac's flail Akrisae's war mace.png: Inventory image of Akrisae's war maceDrygore mace.png: Inventory image of Drygore mace
Slot Main hand (has off-hand variants)
Style Crush
Fastest (2.4s)

The mace is a one-handed melee weapon, and it is one of the few weapons that provide a Prayer bonus, a trait shared by only a few other weapon-class items. Maces are identical in attack speed and damage to scimitars and daggers. The two Barrows maces are two-handed though.

Players can buy maces from bronze to adamant excluding black and white maces in Flynn's Mace Market in Falador or the Warriors' Guild Armoury. Rune maces can be bought from the Champions' Guild. Dragon maces can be bought from the Heroes' Guild and require the completion of the Heroes' Quest to be wielded. The white mace can be bought from the White Knight Master Armoury at Noble rank. Bronze to rune maces barring black and white maces can also be smithed using 2 bars of the respective metal.

Although a flail is technically not a mace, the Verac's flail is classified as one, due to its Prayer bonus.

Price[edit | edit source]

Maces Grand Exchange cost
Bronze mace.pngBronze mace512 [graph]
Iron mace.pngIron mace1,055 [graph]
Steel mace.pngSteel mace2,315 [graph]
Black mace.pngBlack mace3,384 [graph]
White mace.pngWhite mace1,193 [graph]
Mithril mace.pngMithril mace5,071 [graph]
Adamant mace.pngAdamant mace8,480 [graph]
Rune mace.pngRune mace9,175 [graph]
Granite mace.pngGranite mace24,848 [graph]
Dragon mace.pngDragon mace29,051 [graph]
Corrupt dragon mace.pngCorrupt dragon mace64,439 [graph]
Tzhaar-ket-em.pngTzhaar-ket-em17,607 [graph]
Drygore mace.pngDrygore mace10,987,582 [graph]
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Off-hand Maces Grand Exchange cost
Bronze off hand mace.pngBronze off hand mace155 [graph]
Iron off hand mace.pngIron off hand mace268 [graph]
Steel off hand mace.pngSteel off hand mace3,340 [graph]
Off-hand black mace.pngOff-hand black mace2,942 [graph]
Mithril off hand mace.pngMithril off hand mace5,010 [graph]
Adamant off hand mace.pngAdamant off hand mace6,937 [graph]
Rune off hand mace.pngRune off hand mace17,739 [graph]
Off-hand dragon mace.pngOff-hand dragon mace28,994 [graph]
Off-hand drygore mace.pngOff-hand drygore mace21,630,995 [graph]
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Special maces[edit | edit source]

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • In Legacy Mode (and prior to the Evolution of Combat), the player uses both hands to swing a main hand mace when attacking, despite it being a one-handed weapon. However, they use one hand to swing the off-hand.
  • Maces appear smaller when sheathed than they do in the hand.
  • Prior to the Evolution of Combat, maces were not often used, as they had a relatively slow attack speed and less damage than the more popular weapons. They have since gained popularity in Player killing scenarios, due to their Prayer bonus, as prayers are frequently utilised in PvP scenarios.