Staff of Sliske (ice)

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For this item's augmented variant, see augmented staff of sliske (ice).
For this item's (un)dyed variants, see blood, undyed, Shadow, Barrows, Third Age.
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The ice-dyed staff of Sliske is made by dyeing a staff of Sliske with ice dye. This process is irreversible, and the dyed version is untradeable. It has the same combat bonuses and degrade/repair mechanics as the regular staff of Sliske.

It has a special attack called From the Shadows: a shadow clone is summoned from the Shadow Realm that attacks your target five times, dealing 20-100% ability damage each attack. This costs 50% adrenaline, and only one wight can be summoned at once.

The Staff of Sliske has 60,000 charges of combat (a minimum of 10 hours) before degrading to a broken state. It can be recharged at a repair NPC for 4,800,000 coins, or less on an armour stand.

Making a ice-dyed staff of Sliske costs 2,133,269,883 coins.

Combat stats[edit | edit source]

Special attack[edit source]

The staff of Sliske's special attack, From the Shadows

The staff has a special attack called From the Shadows: a shadow clone is summoned from the Shadow Realm that attacks your target five times, dealing 20-100% ability damage each attack. This costs 50% adrenaline, and only one wight can be summoned at once. The clone ignores the opponent's defence and the player's accuracy, as testing shows it hitting with 100% accuracy against targets which are normally strong against magic, or when the player activates the special attack while wearing non magic or hybrid armour.

Repair cost[edit | edit source]

The base repair cost of the Staff of Sliske (ice) when completely degraded to 0.0% item charge is 4,800,000 coins. It can be repaired by:

Alternatively, it can be repaired on an armour stand in a player-owned house or on a whetstone device anywhere. This provides a discount of 0.5% per Smithing level (including boosts).

If it is only partially degraded, then the cost of a full repair is multiplied by the percentage of item charge that needs to be repaired to produce the current repair cost.

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Disassembly[edit | edit source]

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