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The Bronze spear is a two handed melee weapon and is the weakest type of spear[1]. It is member's only and unlike most weapons its use is not solely in combat; it can also be used in Farming, to make a scarecrow. It can be bought from other players or received as a monster drop. It is a common drop by goblins. Players who have started learning Barbarian smithing and have level 5 Smithing may produce a spear at a Barbarian anvil from one bronze bar and one log, receiving 25 smithing experience. It can be poisoned.

A Fortress guard near the Black Knights Fortress wields a Bronze Spear, even in free-player worlds.

A Karambwan poisoned bronze spear(kp) can be purchased from Tamayu in Tai Bwo Wannai for 26 coins. A cleaning cloth (60 coins) can be used to remove the poison.

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A player wielding a bronze spear.
A player wielding a bronze spear.
  Attack bonus  
Stab Slash Crush Magic Ranged
+5 +5 +5 0 0
  Defence bonus  
Stab Slash Crush Magic Ranged Summoning
+1 +1 0 0 0 0
Other bonuses
Strength Ranged Strength Prayer Magic Damage (%)
+6 0 0 0
Speed: File:speed5.gif

Combat styles

Name Combat style Type Melee experience
Lunge Controlled Stab Shared (Attack, Strength, Defence)
Swipe Controlled Slash Shared (Attack, Strength, Defence)
Pound Controlled Crush Shared (Attack, Strength, Defence)
Block Defensive Stab Defence

Poisoned versions

Item name Exchange price Poison
Bronze spear 189 coins update none
Bronze spear (p) 6,090 coins update Weapon poison
Bronze spear (p+) 1,874 coins update Weapon poison+
Bronze spear (p++) 6,674 coins update Weapon poison++


  1. ^ Melee - Bronze Items. JaGeX. Retrieved on 2008-06-22.
  • RuneScape Game Guide
    • Combat - Weapon Types - Melee Weapons - Spears
    • Smithing - Barbarian Smithing

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