|Release||3 January 2013 (Update)|
|Destroy||You can get another from the master sculptor - Copernicus Glyph - in Lumbridge, Taverley, Canifis, Gu'Tanoth or Prifddinas.|
|On death||Always kept outside Wild|
|Examine||Construction should be easier with this finely crafted chisel.|
Sculpting chisel (Saradomin) is obtainable from Copernicus Glyph after building the same statue in the same location in the God Statues Distraction and Diversion for a total of four months at any time. When wielding the chisel, it gives you a construction boost of +1 as well as a 1% boost on any construction experience gained which stacks additively with the construction outfit and multiplicatively with bonus experience.
There are five different chisels - one for each god: Bandos, Guthix, Saradomin, Zamorak, and Seren. The difference between the chisels is in appearance only. With the exception of the use of D&D Monthly Tokens and/or God Statues Tokens, the chisels take at least 4 months to obtain.
Unlike the crystal saw, which only applies its boost when building items requiring a saw, the sculpting chisel will give its boost for all items. For example, at 94 construction, a crystal saw will not allow one to build a steel dragon, but a sculpting chisel will. The chisel cannot stack with the crystal saw made from a tool seed, as both cannot be equipped at once.
|Armour||0||PvM: 0%||PvP: 0%|
|Life points||0||Style bonuses|
|[FAQ] • [doc]|
- You cannot attack while wielding the chisel. However, when looking at the combat stats through the Gear interface loadout, the chisel is said to have a Crushing style of attack.
- When trying to bring a sculpting chisel (of any type) in the Soul Wars team area, you will get the message: You cannot take god chisels into the arena.
- It is possible to own 1 of each type of chisel. Asking Copernicus to claim one after you have all 5 chisels, will cause him to tell you to check your bank and inventory for one.
- When building god statues, the player would be working with a Saradomin chisel, regardless of location, even though they don't own one. Copernicus himself uses a grey chisel.