D/Drag (weapon/armour name)
Dragon. Applies to all dragon items:
Dragon 2h sword (D2h)
Dragon axe (D axe, D hatch, D hatchet)
Dragon arrow (D arrows)
Dragon battleaxe (Dba, D b axe)
Dragon bolts (D bolts)
Dragon boots (D boots)
Dragon chainbody (D chain)
Dragon claws (D claws)
Dragon dagger (D dag, Dd)
Dragon dart (D darts)
Dragon defender (D def)
Dragon full helm (Dfh, Dfull)
Dragon gloves (D gloves)
Dragon halberd (D hally)
Dragon harpoon (D harp, D harpoon)
Dragon hunter crossbow (Dhc, Dhcb, Dcb, D cbow, D xbow)
Dragon longsword (D long)
Dragon mace (D mace)
Dragon med helm (D med)
Dragon pickaxe (D pick, Dpa)
Dragon platebody (D plate, D pl8, Dpb)
Dragon platelegs (D legs)
Dragon plateskirt (D skirt)
Dragon scimitar (D scimmy, D skimmy, D scim, D skim)
Dragon sword (D short, D sword)
Dragon spear (D spear, Ds)
Dragon sq shield (D sq, D )
Dragon thrownaxe (D throw, D throwaxe)
Dragon warhammer (D war, Dwh)
Duel Arena, Ring of duelling
Dag, Dagg, Daggy
Dragon dagger, death dot (see below), dragon defender (more commonly known as ddef)
Dragon dagger extra poisoned—sometimes mistakenly used instead of DDP++.
Death dot heal
Dragon dagger poisoned
Dragon dagger (p++)
Death dot, DD
A multicombat player killing tactic where a number of players stand on the same square, making them appear as one player on the minimap.
Def noob, Defence noob
Insult directed towards players with high Defence or players who wear armour (particularly in free-to-play worlds where dealing damage through armour is much more difficult than it is in pay-to-play worlds). Usually used in the context of PvP.
Def tank, Defence tank
Player with a Defence level of upwards of 90 or higher. Usually a player who is not pure and has Defence as one of their highest combat skills. See tanking.
Dragonfire shield. Sometimes erroneously used for Anti-dragon shield.
Dragon-Granite noob. A pejorative term used to describe one who wears a dragon med helm, granite body, and dragon platelegs or a skirt, partly because they are commonly worn by combat bots.
Dhide, D hide, D'hide
Getting one's Hitpoints as low as possible while in full Dharok's to maximise damage inflicted in battle. Often accompanied with protection prayers.
Do it yourself
Dorgesh-Kaan, Dagannoth Kings
Drop party, drop potential, death potential, door partner (to get past the doors in the Waterbirth Island Dungeon), Death Plateau
Damage per Second (amount of damage dealt over time)
Dragon, either the type of armour or the monster
Dragon spear, Double shot (mainly used in reference to the dark bow and magic shortbow), dragon scimitar
Dark Warriors' Fortress
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