OSRS Abyssal Bludgeon

The Abyssal Bludgeon is a two-handed crush weapon that requires 70 attack and strength to equip. All of its attack style options are aggressive, meaning it can only train strength. But, it is one of the best melee weapons in the game for training the skill.

Abyssal Bludgeon Stats

OSRS Abyssal Bludgeon Stats
Abyssal Bludgeon Stats

Special Attack

The Bludgeon has a special attack that consumes 50% of the users special attack energy. The attack is called penance and increases damage dealt by 0.5% for every prayer point the opponent is missing.

OSRS Abyssal Bludgeon Special attack
Special attack

How to get the Abyssal Bludgeon?

The Abyssal Bludgeon can be obtained by combining the Bludgeon Axon, Claw and Spine. All three of these components are obtainable from using unsired’s on the Font of Consumption. The unsired’s themself must first be obtained by killing the Abyssal Sire. Unsired’s have a drop rate of 1/100 from the Sire.

On average it will take 620 Sire kills to complete the bludgeon.

Uses for the Abyssal Bludgeon – where is it good?

The Bludgeon is the fourth best weapon to train strength with, behind the Rapier, Saeldor and Mace. However, it is also considerably cheaper than these three options, making it good for mid-tier players. It also has the second highest crush damage of any melee weapon, making it particularly useful at places such as Gargoyles and Kalphites.

Is the Abyssal Bludgeon worth it?

Yes, the bludgeon is a one of the best crush weapons in OSRS. It is best used by players on a tight budget, wanting to train prayer or fighting monsters weak to crush. However, as your bank value increases, you may want to move to stronger options like the Inquisitor’s mace.