- This weapon has an off-hand variant.
|Release date||14 January 2013 (Update)|
|High Alch||500,000 coins|
|Low Alch||333,333 coins|
|Store price||Not sold|
|Exchange price||66,184,537 coins (info)|
|Examine||A rapier made from kalphite body parts.|
The drygore rapier is a rare drop from the Kalphite King. It requires the player to have level 90 Attack to be wielded and is the strongest rapier in game outside of Daemonheim. It is even better than the widely used Chaotic rapier. As with other high-tier weaponry, the drygore weapons degrade after 10 hours of combat and can be repaired through one of four NPCs, at an armour stand in a Player-owned House, or through use with 10,000 Chitin scraps.
Currently, a full repair costs:
- Chitin scraps via grand exchange 1,760,000
- Bob 3,000,000
- Armour repair stand 1,500,000 at 99 Smithing with a Smithing Cape
When using chitin scraps to recharge the weapon, the rapier has a cost of approximately 146.67 coins per attack. If the weapon is recharged using money at an NPC, it has a cost of 250 coins per attack, while repairing at an Armour stand in a player-owned House at 99 Smithing with a Smithing Cape costs 125 coins per attack (assuming one is using the rapier constantly).
Together with the Drygore longsword and Drygore mace, this weapon is the strongest main hand melee weapon to be found in-game in terms of damage per second, outside of Daemonheim. Upon death from a PvP activity, Drygore weaponry will completely degrade before being dropped.
When received with CoinShare active, the Drygore rapier will be dropped as 120 Drygore rapier shards split evenly among the players and sent directly to their banks. 120 shards can be combined to create this item.
A player wielding a Drygore rapier
|[view] • [talk]|
Dropping monsters Edit
Monster Combat level Quantity Rarity Kalphite King 230 1 Rare
- On the day of release the drygore main-hand weapons were set at 500,000,000 coins, whereas the off-hand counterparts were set to 300,000,000 coins. The wilderness value had an equivalent value until an update of about 10 June 2013.
Drygore rapier • Off-hand drygore rapier