|Release||28 February 2012 (Update)|
|Destroy||Are you sure you want to destroy your Treasure Hunter prize? You can reclaim it from Diango in Draynor.|
|Examine||A brutally heavy sword. Requires Attack (75).|
The Lucky Bandos godsword is an item that can be won from Treasure Hunter. It has the same bonuses, special attack, and optional passive effect as the regular Bandos godsword, but is untradeable and has a slightly different appearance. This item received a graphical update in September 2012 with the God Wars Dungeon rework. It occupies a purple (very rare) prize slot in Treasure Hunter.
The Lucky Bandos godsword has a special attack called Warstrike which deals 200% damage and uses 100% adrenaline as well as draining the enemy's stats. However the description has not been updated since early beta and the damage as well as effect has been tweaked several times since. Testing suggests the maximum hit is around 313% ability damage and the special applies a non-visible Defence debuff to the target (like the one turmoil provides) that directly decreases armour rating, and potentially provides debuffs to other skills upon successive use. This is arguably more useful than its pre-EoC special as a non-visible Defence drain cannot be countered by simply using potions such as overloads or regular restore potions. The special also applies to a visible drain to Defence, somewhat like it did pre-EoC, that 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, range and magic and even prayer points (about 400-500 prayer points from tests).
The Lucky Bandos godsword (passive) is made by using the godsword on the altar in General Graardor's room in the God Wars Dungeon. This makes it lose 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.
|Armour||0||PvM: 0%||PvP: 0%|
|Life points||0||Style bonuses|
Interval: 3.6 seconds
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|Lucky Dungeoneering equipment||
Two-handed slash weapons