|Release||28 August 2007 (Update)|
|High alch||750,000 coins|
|Low alch||500,000 coins|
|Exchange||797,335 coins (info)|
|Examine||A brutally heavy sword.|
The Bandos godsword is one of the four godswords that were fought over during the God Wars. Requiring 75 Attack to wield, it is created by attaching a Bandos hilt to a completed godsword blade, which has no requirements and can be done by any player.
General Graardor is one of the most popular bosses to kill in the God Wars Dungeon due to his relatively low life points, the comparative weakness of his three sergeants, and the presence of a prayer altar in the boss room itself. As a direct result, the amount of Bandos hilts in the game is quite high, and thus the completed sword is (and historically has been) the cheapest of the four godswords.
|Armour||0||PvM: 0%||PvP: 0%|
|Life points||0||Style bonuses|
|[FAQ] • [doc]|
The profit/loss made from buying the godsword parts and assembling them compared to buying the godsword by itself.
The enemy's Defence level is drained visibly according to the damage dealt, and their Defence rating is also drained like saps from the Ancient Curses. The Defence level drain appears to range from 0.5%-1% of the damage dealt (or 5%-10% of the damage dealt in Legacy), with lower damage draining closer to 1% (or 10% in Legacy). Successive use of the special attack will result in drains of diminishing returns to any stats already drained but also drains to other combat skills such as Attack, Ranged and Magic and even prayer points.
The Bandos godsword (passive) is made by using the godsword on the altar in General Graardor's room in the God Wars Dungeon. This makes the godsword untradeable, loses its special attack, but gives it a passive effect that has a 25% chance of activating upon a successful hit: it decreases the target's level in Defence by 1 if they are above 90% of their Defence level.
|Item quantity required||1|
|Base junk chance||4.2%|
|1 × Bandos components||100%|
- Like all godswords (and the God Wars Dungeon itself), the Bandos godsword received a graphical update in September 2012.
- Previously, if a player wielding a Bandos godsword goes to a free-to-play world and attacks a target, they would do a unique animation in which they smash the target with the pommel, dealing the same damage as unarmed combat. After an update, members weapons now prevent players from attacking at all on free worlds.
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