|Release||2 June 2014 (Update)|
|Quest item||The Mighty Fall|
|Destroy||Are you sure you want to destroy this? This will permanently destroy the attached Bandos hilt. The standard Kyzaj can be claimed back from Zarador.|
|Examine||A ceremonial Bandosian weapon with a Bandos hilt, wielded by champions with blood on their hands.|
Upon death in the Wilderness, 150,000 coins appears on the ground to the killer.
|Armour||0||PvM: 0%||PvP: 0%|
|Life points||0||Style bonuses|
|[FAQ] • [doc]|
Like the Bandos godsword, the Superior bloodied kyzaj has a special attack, Warstrike, which deals 25%-350% ability damage and drains the enemy's stats. Using this attack costs 100% adrenaline.
The enemy's Defence level is drained visibly according to the damage dealt, and their Defence rating is also drained like saps from the Ancient Curses. The Defence level drain 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, Ranged and Magic and even prayer points (about 400-500 prayer points from tests).
The Superior bloodied kyzaj has a passive effect that can be toggled on by using it on the altar within the boss room of Bandos' Stronghold (the room in which General Graardor is located), however, entering Bandos' Stronghold requires 70 Strength. It decreases the target's level in Defence by 1 if they are above 90% of their Defence level. This passive effect has a 25% chance of occurring with a successful hit. However, like the godswords, the passive effect is noticeably less impressive compared to its special attack, in this case due to its slow nature and drain cap.
Two-handed crush weapons