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Not to be confused with Bandos plateskirt or Bandos platelegs.
Bandos tassets
Bandos tassets
Release date 17 October 2013 (Update)
Members only? Yes
Quest item? No
Tradeable? Yes
Equipable? Yes
Stackable? No
High Alch 173,946 coins
Low Alch 115,964 coins
Destroy Drop
Store price Not sold
Exchange price 25,471,761 coins (info)
Buy limit 10
Weight 8 kg
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A sturdy pair of tassets.
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Bandos tassets detail

Bandos tassets are a part of the Bandos armour set, requiring 65 Defence to wear. They are dropped by General Graardor and his bodyguards in the God Wars Dungeon. Bandos tassets are widely coveted among melee users as they provide a strength bonus along with substantial defensive bonuses.

Bonuses
Hover over image for type Bandos armour equipped
A male player wearing Bandos armour.
Bandos armour (female) equipped
A female player wearing Bandos armour.
Attack-icon Attack bonus
White dagger White scimitar White warhammer Magic-icon Ranged-icon
+0 +0 +0 -21 -7
Defence-icon Defence bonus
White dagger White scimitar White warhammer Magic-icon Ranged-icon
+71 +63 +66 -4 +93
Melee Other bonuses Slot
Strength-icon RangedStrength-icon MagicDamage-icon Prayer-icon

Legs slotlist

+2 0 0% +1


Uses Edit

Bandos armour is arguably the most powerful non-degradable melee armour in Old School Runescape. For this reason, it is a common selection for melee training, Slayer tasks, and other prolonged combat encounters. Its excellent ranged protection along with its strength and prayer bonus makes it popular for some boss hunting scenarios. Stat-wise, it is comparable to barrows platelegs, which provide almost identical ranged protection and significantly higher melee protection. However, most barrows armor does not provide any strength or prayer bonus and degrades.

The most comparable piece of barrows armour is Verac's plateskirt; its +4 prayer bonus, higher melee defensive bonuses and lack of negative magic defence bonus makes it a very feasible substitute given its lower cost.

In comparison to other non-degradable options, Obsidian platelegs have -1 less Strength bonus and worse defensive stats, but are significantly cheaper. Dragon platelegs are also much cheaper and offer similar melee protection, however have notably worse ranged defence (-28).

Dropping monstersEdit

Monster Combat level Quantity Rarity
General Graardor 624 1 4; Rare (1/384)
Sergeant Grimspike 142 1 5; Very rare (1/16,200)
Sergeant Steelwill 142 1 5; Very rare (1/16,200)
Sergeant Strongstack 141 1 5; Very rare (1/16,200)


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