|Release date||1 October 2015 (Update)|
|High Alch||156,000 coins|
|Low Alch||104,000 coins|
|Store price||Not sold|
|Exchange price||25,753,640 coins (info)|
|Elements of deceased Abyssal Sires have been fused together.|
The abyssal bludgeon is a two-handed crush weapon created by having The Overseer combine three untradeable components - the bludgeon axon, bludgeon claw, and bludgeon spine. If the player already had the Overseer create one, they can use the three components on the book it left behind. Level 70 Attack and Strength are required to equip this weapon.
The bludgeon features a unique characteristic: regardless of which attack style is selected, only aggressive attacks are available, meaning it is only able to be used for Strength training.
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A player wielding an abyssal bludgeon.
The bludgeon has the same attack speed as the Abyssal whip, and although it does not match the strength bonus of a whip combined with a Dragon defender, the bludgeon has the highest overall damage of any crush weapon, making it the superior option against monsters weak to crush, such as Gargoyles or Kalphites.
The Abyssal bludgeon is considered the best weapon to train Strength with, given its superior damage per second of any weapon to feature an "aggressive" attack style. Saradomin's blessed sword does possess a slightly higher Strength bonus than the bludgeon, but it is not cost-effective as it consumes Saradomin swords.
|Pound||Crush||Strength and Hitpoints|
|Pummel||Crush||Strength and Hitpoints|
|Smash||Crush||Strength and Hitpoints|
- The process to create the weapon is similar to RuneScape 3's Spider leg; both items require the player to obtain three untradeable pieces in order to create the said item.
- Even though the special attack creates bubbling pools which closely resemble an attack by the Abyssal Sire which can poison the player, the special attack will not.
- Upon release, the abyssal bludgeon weighed 0 kg, despite the components required to create it being 2 kg each (adding up to 6 kg). This was changed in an update on 11 January 2018.
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