Razorback gauntlets

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The razorback gauntlets are a pair of tier 90 melee power gloves. They are the melee equivalent of the Ascension grips (ranged) and celestial handwraps (magic).

The razorback gauntlets last for 100,000 charges of combat before degrading to nothing - they cannot be repaired. Once equipped, they instantly become untradeable, even if they have not been used in combat.

Upon death in the Wilderness, a fully charged pair of gloves will drop 25,000 coins. The number of coins dropped decreases linearly with the charges remaining.

Using these gauntlets are generally discouraged, as the similarly tiered masterwork gloves provides the same bonuses as them and do not degrade to dust.

The gauntlets have a drop rate of 1/500 for both airut and Beastmaster Durzag. However, airut drop them only while assigned them as a Slayer task, as a tertiary drop, while Beastmaster Durzag can drop them normally, but as a main drop.[1]

Combat stats[edit | edit source]

Drop sources[edit | edit source]

Airuts only drop razorback gauntlets during a Slayer task.

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  1. ^ a b There is further information on this drop; see the associated page for details.

Comparison with other gloves[edit | edit source]

Disassembly[edit | edit source]

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Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • A razorback is a feral pig, known for being extremely dangerous when angered and pumping large amounts of adrenaline through their body, similar to airut.

References[edit | edit source]

  1. ^ Mod Timbo. "Revealing Drop Rates." 20 October 2017. Developers' Blogs.