Talk:Weapon poison

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I'm removing the note from all the poisons saying that chinchompas cannot be poisoned. If anyone wishes to debate it, fine, but I seriously doubt someone would actually think they could poison a chinchompa. Piety.pngAquilaePiety.png 06:40, 17 May 2008 (UTC)

EOC updated needed.[edit source]

this entire page needs rewording as weapon poison can no long be applied to weapons, but is drank as a potion and then all weapons have a chance of poisoning. Heavyoak (talk) 13:05, November 22, 2012 (UTC)

Weapon Poison[edit source]

Although it states that "the old weapon poison version was still obtainable from monsters as a drop, such as Warped tortoises." you can still yet today get it, from Ankou.

-- Barbapopo (talk) 01:48, February 3, 2013 (UTC)

I still have a few in my bank from before EoC. Despite what this article says, they were neevr auto-converted to the new x3 dose potions. Persoanlly I VASTLY prefered the old method - weapon poison used to mean something. Poison as a whole is weak as heck now, so much so that I neevr even bother to cure it - just let it tick for it's imensively trivial damage amounts until it goes away on its own... Ulithium Dragon (talk) 04:13, June 28, 2015 (UTC)

Use[edit source]

I know it sounds dumb, but I've been playing RS for 16 years and I've never used weapon poison. I had to ask my clannies how it works, because the Wiki doesn't say. Once I found out, I have to say it was counter-intuitive to me to drink a poison in order to poison others. So I'd like to see in the second paragraph exactly how to apply weapon poison. The text currently reads "applying weapon poison gives you a chance ...". I suggest a change: "Apply weapon poison by drinking a dose. That will give you a chance ..." If you agree, please propagate the change to all versions of weapon poison. My $0.02.Nfurlong (talk) 18:19, 6 August 2020 (UTC)