Melee Weapons That Crush
Out of the two different types of melee weaponry in the game (those that slice and those that are blunt damage) these are the weapons that you can use to do blunt damage force to your enemy.
Warhammers are basically the sledgehammer in the game and it is good toward a plate armor enemy as it does good as a crushing weapon. In the paid for game it comes in bronze, iron, steel, black, white, mithril, adamant, rune and dragon.
Made more for crushing or for basic blunt damage, the maces in the paid edition come in bronze, iron, steel, black, white, mithril, adamant, rune, void knight, dragon, and the ancient mace. They have middle speed on the scale and they are good for priests because they have a prayer bonus.
This flick attack whip is very fast and it will be good to train on attack and defense. It can’t, however, train on strength unless you get the “controlled attack” style selection.
The TokTz-Xil-Ak (split sword), TzHaar-Ket-Om (maul), TzHaar-Ket-Em (Mace) and TokTz-Xil-Ek (knife) are members only weapons that comes from TzHaar city arenas. They have much higher +strength bonuses because they are designed from stone men around Karamja volcano.
These give a great boost to crush attacks and it’s a high strength weapon. Being so, it is one of the slowest weapons in the game. It only comes as a granite maul, not as others.
Barrows Minigame Rewards
Verac’s Flail, Guthan’s Warspear, Torag’s Hammer, and Dharok’s Great Axe are weapons that you can get from the Barrows minigame. It gives great combat bonus and you can get a set effect if you add it to a full armor set of its name.
Spears come in bronze, iron, steel, black, mithril, adamant, rune, dragon, and the special Zamorak Spear. These are the most flexible weapons and the only one that can be used to crush, slice, or stab. Poison can be added to these for greater affect.
Now that you are better aware of what is in the game that will give you a good beating force to attack your enemies with, you’ll be able to pick the one that is perfectly suited for your playing style.
This post is part of the series: Runescape Attack & Weapons Guide
A collection of guides on the weapons of Runescape and how to develop your attack skills.
- Runescape Weapons
- Melee Weapons in the Members Paid Edition of Runescape : Part Two
- Runescape Guide to 99 Attack - How to Get There Fast
- Runescape Guide to 99 Strength and How to Get There Fast
- Attack Skill Boosters in Runescape
- The Runescape Slayer Guide: Make Money While Leveling 1-99
- Good Places to Train in Runescape: The Giant Spider Training Guide
- Runescape Training Guide for Bandits