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Up to date as of February 07, 2010

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The Toktz-ket-xil (also known as the Obsidian shield or Obby shield) is an obsidian shield that requires at least 60 Defence to wield. Its defensive stats are the exact same as the granite shield's, but what makes this shield a more popular choice is its +5 strength bonus, despite its lower defence bonuses and higher price than a Rune kiteshield. Its strength bonus equals that provided by a Rune defender but it does not provide attack bonuses. Thus, it is quite popular among players who want a strength bonus and better defence. To obtain an obsidian shield, either buy one from the weapon shop in the TzHaar city, trade with another player, or obtain one as a monster drop from a TzHaar-Ket. As of the 15 December, 2009 update,it is no longer possible to sell this, along with anything else to TzHaar shops.

This piece of equipment cannot be made using any skills. only combat.


Bonuses
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A player wielding a Toktz-ket-xil
A player wielding a Toktz-ket-xil
  Attack bonus  
Stab Slash Crush Magic Ranged
0 0 0 -12 -8
  Defence bonus  
Stab Slash Crush Magic Ranged Summoning
+40 +42 +38 0 +65 +60
Other bonuses
Strength Ranged Strength Prayer Magic Damage (%)
+5 0 0 0%

Trivia

  • Toktz-ket-xil translates to Sharp Obsidian Defender while the direct translation is Obsidian-defender-sharp.
  • Obsidian as a rock resembles granite chemically, which explains why the Obsidian shield is identical to the Granite Shield in defence bonuses.
  • Players will often use this item as a substitute for the Dragon Square Shield if they have not yet completed Legend's Quest.
  • The banner released along with the quest The Temple at Senntisten on 3 December 2009 displayed a player wielding an Obsidian shield, which was confirmed by Mod Emilee when many people thought it was a Dragon Kiteshield.

References

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