|Release date||9 October 2014 (Update)|
|High Alch||10,200 coins|
|Low Alch||6,800 coins|
|Destroy||Revert - You will not get the upgrade kit back.|
|Store price||Not sold|
|It's a beautiful and slightly magical stick.|
The Steam battlestaff (or) is obtained by using a Steam staff upgrade kit on a steam battlestaff. It is a cosmetic addition, and provides the same stats as a regular steam battlestaff, and becomes untradeable. The staff may be made tradeable again by right-clicking "Revert", returning the staff back to normal. The upgrade kit will not be retained.
If a player dies with the staff and it is not one of the player's protected items, the staff will revert to its default appearance, and players must use another steam staff upgrade kit to enhance its appearance again.
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A player wielding a steam battlestaff
Spells that use both water and fire runes Edit
|Teleport Ape Atoll||64||2221||74||Teleport||Standard||Transports the caster to Ape Atoll. Partial completion of Recipe for Disaster is required to use this spell.|
|Teleport to Kourend||69||2254||82||Teleport||Standard||Transports the caster to the King Rada statue in Great Kourend on Zeah. You must first unlock this spell by reading Transportation incantations.|
|Bake Pie||65||154||60||Skilling||Lunar||Bakes all uncooked pies in the caster's inventory. One set of runes is required for each pie.|
|Humidify||68||113||65||Skilling||Lunar||Fills all empty water-carrying vessels (such as vials and buckets) in the caster's inventory with water, excluding some quest-specific vessels.|
|Magic Imbue||82||277||86||Skilling||Lunar||Allows combination of runes without the need for a talisman for a short time.|
- The model for this item was originally polled as a graphical update for the steam battlestaff in Content Poll #22. It gained 69.9% yes votes, 5.1% short of the passing threshold required. The model was then polled as a cosmetic upgrade kit in the Old School Bounty Hunter Rewards 2 poll, and passed by 79.6%.
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