|Release date||18 March 2002 (Update)|
|High alch||9,300 coins|
|Low alch||6,200 coins|
|Store price||Not sold|
|Exchange price||8,714 coins (info)|
|Examine||It's a slightly magical stick.|
An Air battlestaff is an air elemental staff. It requires 30 Magic to wield. It also provides an unlimited number of air runes. Air battlestaves can be created using the Crafting skill at level 66 by using an air orb with a battlestaff, granting 137.5 Crafting experience. It is also dropped by a variety of monsters and is a potential Treasure Trails reward.
As the name suggests, this staff features a higher attack bonus than the staff of air, making it a better staff to use. It can be upgraded to a Mystic air staff by Thormac for 40,000 coins after completing the Scorpion Catcher quest or for 27,000 coins after completing the Seers' Village Hard tasks.
This item is commonly used with the high alchemy spell as it is profitable to alchemise and there is a relatively large supply.
A player wielding an air battlestaff
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|Guthix wizard||126; 133||1||Uncommon|
|Molten glass||Bucket of sand + Soda ash||20.0||Crafting|
|Unpowered orb||Molten glass + Glassblowing pipe||52.5||Crafting|
|Air orb||Unpowered orb + Charge Air Orb||76.0||Magic|
|Air battlestaff||Air orb + Battlestaff||137.5||Crafting|
|Total experience = 76 Magic experience and 210 Crafting experience|
The data in this table is based on the Grand Exchange prices of the Battlestaff and Air orb. It is accurate assuming both items are bought off of the Grand Exchange and the completed Air battlestaff is sold afterwards. You may also buy Battlestaves from Naff in the staff shop in Varrock. The number of staves you can buy from him depends on your progress in the Varrock area Tasks.
Alchemy production costsEdit
The data in this table is based on the Grand Exchange prices of the Battlestaff and air orb. It is accurate assuming both component items and nature runes are bought off of the Grand Exchange and the completed Air battlestaff is high alchemised (with a staff to replace fire runes) afterwards.