Superior scrimshaw of corruption

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A superior scrimshaw of corruption is an upgraded scrimshaw of corruption that lasts for 4 hours when active instead of 1. It otherwise acts identically - while active, it makes a random nearby monster aggressive when the user is not under attack, and all primary drops from the monster are automatically destroyed in exchange for 50% more combat (and Slayer, if on-task) experience.

The ability to make them is purchased at from Bryll Thoksdottir's reward shop on Daemonheim for 250,000 Dungeoneering tokens. The scrimshaw can then be made at the Scrimshaw Crafter in a player-owned port using a normal scrimshaw of corruption and 10 Ancient bones, requiring level 95 Fletching.

Like all scrimshaw, partially used superior scrimshaw of corruption can be combined to sum the remaining time (to a maximum of 24 hours). Fully charged scrimshaw revert to 'new' form and will stack in the bank once again.

Unlike the inferior version, the superior version cannot be made by combining a superior scrimshaw of aggression with a superior scrimshaw of sacrifice, nor can it be split into these two scrimshaw.

Creation[edit | edit source]

Superior scrimshaw of corruption.png Superior scrimshaw of corruption
Fletching-Hourglass.pngMake-X GE icon.png
4,000 XP-?-
Requirements
Fletching Fletching level95
Unlock the scrimshaw of corruption+ scroll
P2P icon.png Members only
Materials
ItemQuantityPriceTotal
Scrimshaw of corruption (inactive).pngScrimshaw of corruption (inactive)12,189,6692,189,669
Ancient bones.pngAncient bones10N/A-

Combat stats[edit | edit source]

Usage cost[edit | edit source]

Duration4 hours
Item(s) consumed1 × Scrimshaw of corruption (inactive).png Scrimshaw of corruption (inactive)
10 × Ancient bones.png Ancient bones[uc 1]
Total GE Price3,715,353.8
Per hour
Cost928,838
  1. ^ Item is not tradeable on the Grand Exchange. Using calculated value.

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