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The Blessed spirit shield was released on 15 September 2008 along with the quest Summer's end. It requires 70 Defence, 60 Prayer and the completion of the quest Summer's end to wield. To make this shield, players must use a holy elixir with a normal spirit shield at an altar of Saradomin, which requires 85 Prayer. If they lack the required skill level, they can alternatively talk to Brother Jered with a Holy elixir and a plain Spirit shield in their inventory. The monk will then bless the shield, while charging the player one million coins in a manner akin to Oziach making a Dragonfire shield. Once blessed, players may equip their spirit shield with sigils to enhance them. To equip this shield with a sigil, players need 90 Prayer and 85 Smithing.

This shield's stats are comparable to the stats of the Arcane and Spectral spirit shields. The only difference is that this is a basic form of the two, having regular magic attack and defence stats (for a spirit shield). This shield is a good choice for any player using melee because of its high defence bonuses and prayer bonus, which surpass those of the Dragon square shield. Its crush defence bonus is also one point higher than that of the Dragonfire shield. Players who use magic or ranged may also find this shield useful because it has no negative bonuses.

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A player wearing the Blessed Spirit Shield.
A player wearing the Blessed Spirit Shield.
  Attack bonus  
Stab Slash Crush Magic Ranged
0 0 0 0 0
  Defence bonus  
Stab Slash Crush Magic Ranged Summoning
+53 +55 +73 +2 +52 +65
Other bonuses
Strength Ranged Strength Prayer Magic Damage (%)
0 0 +3 0
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