Spirit Tz-Kih scroll (Fireball Assault)

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Spirit Tz-Kih scroll (Fireball Assault) detail.png

The Spirit Tz-Kih scroll (Fireball Assault) enables the use of the Fireball assault special move for the Spirit Tz-Kih familiar. Spirit Tz-Kih scroll (Fireball Assault)s are made by using Spirit tz-kih pouches on a Summoning obelisk, providing 0.1 Summoning experience and 10 Spirit Tz-Kih scroll (Fireball Assault)s. If the Voice of Seren is active in the Amlodd District in Prifddinas, using the Prifddinas obelisk will give 12 scrolls per pouch.

A maximum of 500 scrolls can be used on a spirit Tz-Kih familiar to both store the scrolls and allow the familiar to automatically use the scrolls. They can be obtained again by clicking "Take BoB" in the summoning interface. Enchanted headgear used to have similar effect although this has since been removed from the game.

Summoning[edit | edit source]

Fireball Assault[edit | edit source]

A player activating the scroll

Fireball Assault is the special move of the Spirit Tz-Kih. When activated, it uses a magic-based attack that can hit up to five nearby targets.

Creation[edit | edit source]

Spirit Tz-Kih scroll (Fireball Assault).png Spirit Tz-Kih scroll (Fireball Assault) ×10
Summoning-Hourglass.pngMake-X GE icon.png
1.1 XP-?930
Summoning Summoning level22
Obelisk Must be performed at an obelisk
P2P icon.png Members only
Spirit tz-kih pouch.pngSpirit tz-kih pouch11,2301,230

Disassembly[edit | edit source]

Update history[edit | edit source]

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  • patch 14 June 2021 (Update):
    • Familiar scrolls are now named after their respective Familiars.
  • 30 March 2020 (Update):
    • Item name changed from "Fireball assault scroll" to "Fireball Assault scroll".
  • patch 6 November 2017 (Update):
    • The Tz-Kih's scroll can now damage up to 5 targets, up from 2.