|Special moves||Arctic Blast|
|Examine text||Crikey! Look at the size of those teeth!|
The Arctic bear is a Summoning familiar that can be summoned with 71 Summoning by using an Arctic bear pouch. It gives 1.1 Summoning experience when summoned. It has a combat level of 84, counts as two pieces of Polar camouflage gear, and can use the Arctic Blast special move by using an Arctic blast scroll. It is the second highest level familiar a player can summon with a gold charm. Its pouch can be created with 14 shards and polar kebbit fur.
Arctic bear pouchEdit
|14 ( 350)|| 29.5|
|Polar kebbit fur|
|Create XP||Use XP||Low alch||Hi alch||GE price|
|GE Database||Cost to make||Bogrog shard return||Shard return level|
|Look up price||2,749|
|I can summon a arctic bear familiar with this.|
An Arctic bear pouch allows an Arctic bear to be summoned. It is created by using a pouch on a summoning obelisk with a gold charm, 14 spirit shards and a polar kebbit fur in the inventory, granting 93.2 summoning experience. If players exchange their Arctic Bear pouches at Bogrog, they will receive 10 spirit shards per pouch.
Arctic blast scrollEdit
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|Low Alch||High Alch||GE Price|
|30 coins||46 coins||15 coins (info)|
|GE Database||Bogrog shard return||Shard return level|
|Look up price||1/2 (13)||75|
|A scroll for a arctic bear familiar.|
An Arctic blast scroll allows the use of the Arctic bear's special attack, Arctic Blast. It is created by using an Arctic bear pouch on a summoning obelisk, granting 1.1 experience and 10 scrolls.
Arctic Blast is the special attack of the arctic bear. It can hit a maximum of 150 damage, with a chance of stunning the opponent. Arctic blast appears as a rotating icicle 'cast' from the bear's paw. The Arctic Bear also has a random chance of stunning opponents with normal melee attacks.
|This article on a Summoning familiar has an associated dialogue page.|
Click here for a transcript of possible conversations with this familiar.
- The arctic bear's examine info and dialogue are references to the late Steve Irwin.