Seasinger kiba

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A seasinger kiba is an untradeable level 85 mainhand magic weapon made in the player-owned ports minigame. It is the main hand counterpart to the seasinger makigai. It can be made in a port workshop using 100 chi, 50 koi scales and 1 gemstone kaseki, requiring 92 Runecrafting (non-boostable) and all four parts of the "seasinger wand/orb" eastern scroll. Making one grants 30,000 Runecrafting and 5,000 Crafting experience.

The seasinger kiba will degrade after 60,000 charges of combat (but loses 2 charges per hit, so has a minimum duration of 5 hours of combat). It can be fixed by Repair NPCs such as Bob in Lumbridge, or at an armour stand in a player-owned house.

With 10 chi, a seasinger weapon upgrade kit, and 92 Runecrafting, the seasinger kiba can be upgraded to an elite seasinger kiba.

A full repair costs:

Upon death, this item will appear under your gravestone and if killed in wilderness it will turn into 2,500,000 coins for the killing player regardless of charge.

Combat stats[edit | edit source]

Creation[edit | edit source]

Seasinger kiba.png Seasinger kiba
RunecraftingCraftingMake-X hourglass icon.pngMake-X GE icon.png
30,000 XP5,000 XP?-
Runecrafting Runecrafting level92
link = Unlock the Seasinger wand/orb Scroll in your Player Owned Ports
P2P icon.png Members only
Koi Scales.pngKoi Scales50N/A-
Gemstone kaseki.pngGemstone kaseki1N/A-

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Repair cost[edit | edit source]

This item costs at most 2,500,000 coins to repair completely. The repair cost is precisely calculated by the degradation percentage (i.e. with 75% charge remaining, a full repair would only cost 625,000 coins). It may be repaired through a variety of methods.

NPCs[edit source]

These methods cost more as they do not consider player's Smithing level for a repair discount.

Improved methods[edit source]

These methods provide a repair cost discount of 0.5% per Smithing level (including boosts):

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Usage cost[edit | edit source]

Combat charges30,000
MethodRepair NPC, armour stand, whetstoneBackpack
Item(s) consumed2,500,000 × Coins.png Coins[uc 1]2 × Gemstone kaseki.png Gemstone kaseki[uc 2]
Total GE Price2,500,0000
Per hour
Average rate[uc 3]150,0000
High rate[uc 4]300,0000
Maximum rate[uc 5]500,0000
  1. ^ Cost at armour stand and whetstone is reduced by 0.5% per Smithing level; 50% at 100 Smithing.
  2. ^ Item is not tradeable on the Grand Exchange.
  3. ^ 1,800 charges per hour.
  4. ^ 3,600 charges per hour.
  5. ^ 6,000 charges per hour.

Comparison with other magical weapons[edit | edit source]

Disassembly[edit | edit source]

Gallery[edit | edit source]

Update history[edit | edit source]

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  • patch 28 May 2019 (Update):.
    • You can now use the Seasinger and Tetsu sword weapon upgrade kits on their respective augmented weapons in order to upgrade them. All experience and perks will be kept.
  • patch 23 November 2015 (Update):
    • Fully broken tetsu katanas, tetsu wakazashis, seasinger kibas and seasinger makigais no longer disconnect the player when attempting to repair them using plate or chi.
  • patch 8 June 2015 (Update):
    • Player-Owned Ports magic and melee weapons can now be repaired by using the relevant crafting components on them.
  • patch 9 March 2015 (Update):
    • The seasinger kiba and makagai have had their speed rating changed to match other wands and magic off-hand weapons.
  • patch 2 February 2015 (Update):
    • The seasinger kiba and makigai, and the tetsu katana and wakizashi have been added to the relevant skillguides.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • 'Kiba' (牙) means 'fang' or 'tusk' in Japanese.