Rune Dagger is capitallized and needs to stay that way. It's Proper.
- And what makes it proper? --Starfy 18:40, 24 August 2009 (UTC)
Dagger's Weight[edit source]
I noticed that the listed weight of the dagger is 2kg. All other daggers have listed weights of 0.4kg. Since this number seemed oddly high, I tested it. Measured the weight of 29 daggers (and nothing else) to be 13kg. I then deposited one dagger at a time in the bank and observed when my carried weight went down (my weight graph shows 2 or 3 poins in a row having the same weight value, then dropping 1... in a stairs like formation). With weight in kg being (W) and the number of daggers being (n), the linear function that best describes my data is approximately W = (0.4521kg)n - 0.4882kg with a correlation of 99.72% Assuming (more logically) that 0 carried items weigh 0kg, the the closest function is then approximately W = (0.4272kg)n with a possible range of the coefficient of ±0.004237 And yes, I used data analysis software for that. In light of this, the listed weight should probably be closer to 0.4kg like the other daggers than 2kg. Any thoughts on whether the article should simply list 0.4kg weight like the other smithable dagger articles? I could also test those to see if they give the same weight values. Oh, and hurray for my first post. Solarspot 01:03, May 24, 2010 (UTC)
Not used[edit source]
If the rune dagger is not used how do they sell. I believe that there may be a mistake on this page.19:01, September 10, 2010 (UTC)
I use it against players or npcs that wear chainbodies due to its chainbody piercing stab attack.