|Release date||18 October 2006 (Update)|
|High Alch||96 coins|
|Low Alch||64 coins|
|Store price|| 207 coins|
|Exchange price|| 4 dose:|
|Examine||X dose(s) of combat potion.|
Combat potions temporarily raise Attack and Strength by 10% of each level and give an additional +3 bonus to each. Players may prefer this potion to a super set (without a Super defence potion) because it has the combined properties of an Attack potion and a Strength potion, has a low cost, and takes up only one inventory space. Even though a Combat potion raises both Attack and Strength, it is cheaper than a Strength potion; this is likely due to the fact that Strength potions, unlike Combat potions, are available to Free-to-play players.
Combat potions are great for training herblore, because they have a very low cost per experience. 200k experience costs around 1 mil, while most other potions around its level would cost between 6m - 13m.
Combat potions can be a good value for player killing and PvP activities because:
- They are inexpensive.
- They give decent stat boosts.
- They help you kill monsters faster, resulting in faster experience gain, task completions and drop acquisitions.
This table is based on the Grand Exchange prices of a vial of water, the harralander, and goat horn dust. It is accurate assuming all three items are bought from the Grand Exchange and the Combat potion is sold afterwards.
|Herb state||Material cost||Profit/loss||Profit/xp|
Combat potion (1)
Monster Combat level Quantity Rarity Dried zombie 89, 94, 110 1 Rare
Combat potion (3)
Monster Combat level Quantity Rarity Sergeant Grimspike 142 1 Common Sergeant Steelwill 142 1 Common Sergeant Strongstack 141 1 Common