|Release date||12 July 2011 (Update)|
|High Alch||240 coins|
|Low Alch||160 coins|
|Store price||Not sold|
|Exchange price||131 coins (info)|
|Examine||A hardened wooden spear equipped with an amentum.|
Sagaie are throwing spears that require 72 Ranged to wield. Players can make them using items gained from the Jadinko Lair. Sagaie do more damage the further the player is from their target. This comes at the expense of accuracy. Sagaies are 1-handed and, thus, can be equipped with a shield to give better defensive bonuses, although they do not currently have an off-hand counterpart. Moreover, Ava's devices do not work with Sagaie and most of the spears thrown will be lost. They are currently the second strongest and second most accurate thrown weapon in the game, behind only the highly expensive Morrigan's javelin and Morrigan's throwing axe in each of those categories. It is also the second most powerful javelin-type weapon, also behind Morrigan's javelin.
They are made with a Fletching level of 83 or higher by heating straight roots on a firepit to make hardened straight roots, using a knife to fletch these into sagaie shafts and then attaching mutated vines to the shafts for 40 Fletching experience per shaft (5 are made per 2 game ticks, or 100xp/tick, and you can queue up 50 using Make-10).
This makes the actual fletching process one of the fastest ways to train fletching in RuneScape only behind dragon darts, though this speed may be deceptive given the amount of time needed to prepare the untradeable sagaie shafts.
A player wielding sagaies
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- The name Sagaie comes from the word assegai, a slender and powerful spear used in Africa. Often called a Zaġāya.
- The straight roots and hardened straight roots do not stack, but sagaie shafts and sagaies themselves do stack.
- Sagaies are similar in look and in actual use to the Aztec Atlatl, a type of throwing spear that is projected by using a small stick at the spear's base as a kind of lever.