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Up to date as of February 01, 2010
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Attack statistics
dmg/attack: 20
DPS: 28.572
attacks/sec: 1.4286
crit dmg: 30
crit chance: x 2
skill: Melee Weapons
AP: 30
item HP: 500
repair: Axes
weight: 6
value: 60
base id: xx00838f

The Axe is an average melee weapon which is added to Fallout 3 with the Point Lookout add-on. It is used by the Swampfolk and Tribals and can only be repaired with other Axes.



  • The Dismemberer - Obtained from Plik after completing Plik's Safari, the Dismemberer is slightly stronger, and has a very high chance to turn enemies into paste and giblets, which also restores 5 AP.


  • Axes seem to tumble furiously when dropped (unconfirmed, 360)


Axes appear in the Fallout 3 add-on Point Lookout.

Point Lookout (add-on)
Weapons of Fallout 3

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Final Fantasy

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Hatchet may refer to:

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Guild Wars

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Weapon details
Linked attribute(s): Axe Mastery
Damage type(s): Slashing damage
Common: Granite Slabs
Wood Planks
Rare: unknown


The Hatchet is an axe with a wooden shaft and a simple metal blade.

This is a Prophecies campaign item.

Other axes with this appearance:


Hatchets are a random drop. They do not seem to be more or less common in any particular area.



Dyeing a Hatchet changes the shaft to the color of the dye, though the original "wooden" color may interfere with some dye colors. The axe blade changes very little, if at all.

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Up to date as of February 07, 2010

From the RuneScape Wiki, the wiki for all things RuneScape

This article refers to all hatchets, if you wish to view Hatchets from Stealing Creation see Hatchet (Stealing Creation)

File:Bronze Axe.PNGFile:Iron axe.PNGFile:Steel axe.PNGFile:Black axe.PNGFile:Blessedwcaxe.pngFile:Mithril axe.PNGFile:Adamantite axe.PNGFile:Volatile hatchet.pngFile:Rune axe.PNGFile:Dragon Axe.pngFile:Infernoadze.png
Members only? No, other than the Sacred clay hatchet, Dragon hatchet, and Inferno Adze
Primary attack type Slash
Secondary attack type Crush
Speed File:speed5.gif

The Hatchet is the tool used in Woodcutting to chop trees. (Prior to 1 April 2009, a hatchet was called an 'Axe.' All woodcutting axes were then renamed as hatchets to clear up ambiguity between the woodcutting tool and more powerful 'Battleaxe" weapons.)

A hatchet is a melee weapon, available in all varieties of metal except white, although its power and speed are less favourable than many other weapons. Hatchets can be used to slash webs. A bronze hatchet spawns on the wood stump at the chicken farm in the north east section of Lumbridge. Most hatchets, except for the Dragon hatchet, the Black hatchet, the Inferno Adze, and the Sacred clay hatchet, can be smithed using the Smithing skill.

The level required to wield a hatchet is different than the level required to use a hatchet to chop trees. Wielding is governed by attack level while chopping trees is governed by woodcutting level. Therefore a level 3 combat player can use a Dragon hatchet but not wield it if their attack level is not high enough.

Hatchet Type Woodcutting level required to use Attack level required to wield Attack bonus (Slash)
Bronze hatchet 1 1 +4
Iron hatchet 1 1 +5
Steel hatchet 6 5 +8
Black hatchet 6 10 +10
Mithril hatchet 21 20 +12
Adamant hatchet 31 30 +17
Rune hatchet 41 40 +26
Dragon hatchet 61 60 +38


A player wielding a Dragon hatchet.
  • When the woodcutting animation was changed, only the Sacred clay hatchet retained the old woodcutting animation.
  • Axes were renamed as Hatchets on 1 April 2009 to avoid confusion, but this temporarily caused some scams as people said that a hatchet was a rare item.
    • Some players were confused when Jagex changed the name of axes, because they were no longer listed on the Grand Exchange as an axe, so players couldn't find the 'hatchet' they wanted to buy.
  • Before the introduction of Hatchets, the Broken axe random event was removed and all remaining broken pieces were removed from the game.
  • Interestingly, although Hatchets can be made using the Smithing skill with only the Metal bar and a Hammer, there is no wood involved in the production and thus the origin of the hatchet's handle remains a mystery.
  •  All hatchets with the exception of Sacred Clay hatchets appear to have a red part along the edge of them, even visible on the Dragon Hatchet. This is thought to be blood, as hatchets can be used a weapon, but traditional hatchets in real life have a red part along the edge, so this may be the case.
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Up to date as of February 05, 2010

From TibiaWiki

This item is in the Weapons class and has history.
Attributes: Atk:15, Def:8
Hands: One-Handed
Weight: 35.00 oz.
Loot value: 25 gp.
Dropped by: Skeleton, Minotaur Guard, Dwarf, The Horned Fox, Blightwalker.
Buy from: Blind Orc (Rookgaard) 85 gp
Sell to: Lee'Delle/Obi (Rookgaard) 25 gp

Timur (Fibula) 25 gp

H.L. (Outlaw Camp) 7 gp
Notes: The best axe weapon found on the island of Rookgard. Despite it being heavy, it is still a great source of money for those desperate low levels in need of cash. Hatchets can normally be found all over the ground in hunting areas, making it easy to gather them without much effort.
Skill vs. Creature vs Player
Avg Max Avg Max
40 25 49 12 25
60 37 74 19 37
80 50 99 25 50
90 56 111 28 56
100 62 124 31 62
Damage values assume attacker uses Offensive Fighting mode, and that target has 0 armor.

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