There are a lot of things in the game known as Old School RuneScape or OSRS. One of them is called bronze wire. What is bronze wire? Have you ever heard about this item before? If it is the first time of you hearing the name and you want to know more, this post has the information for you.
Each player is able to create the bronze wire with level 14 in Smithing. It is possible by using one bronze bar on an anvil with a hammer in the inventory.
- Release date: January 27, 2003
- Members: Yes
- Quest item: No
- Tradeable: Yes
- Equipable: No
- Stackable: No
- Noteable: Yes
- Options: None
- Destroy: Drop
- Examine: Useful for crafting items
- Value: 20 coins
- High alch: 12 coins
- Low alc: 8 coins
- Weight: 0.005 kg
- Exchange: 280 coins
- Buy limit: 15
- Daily volume: 1,792
Bronze wire is commonly used in a few quests, including:
- Creature of Fenkenstrain
Creature of Fenkenstrain is the name of the quest where you turn into an assistant of Dr Fenkenstrain and step by step find out about the history of his castle called the Lordship of the North Coast. This one requires completion of Priest in Peril, partial completion of The Restless Ghost, 20 Crafting, 25 Thieving, and the ability to defeat a level 51 monster and run past level 72 monsters. As for the items required, they include hammer, ghostspeak amulet, silver bar, 3 bronze wire, needle, 5 thread, spade, ~100 coins, 1 law and 1 rune for Telekinetic Grab or 50 coins.
- Recipe for Disaster/Freeing Pirate Pete
Recipe for Disaster, which is also known as Freeing Pirate Pete, is named as the 100th quest. This one was released by Jagex as a sequel to the Cook’s Assistant quest. This quest consists of 10 subquests that range in difficulty from easy to very hard. It is made for almost every member. However, only the most accomplished and willing players are also to join in.
Just like any other quests, Recipe for Disaster/Freeing Pirate Pete has a few requirements such as 31 Cooking, completion of Recipe for Disaster or another cook’s quest, and the ability to defeat 5 level 30 monsters. As for the items required, they include a raw cod, a pestle and mortar, bread, a knife, a fishbowl, a needle, and 3 bronze wire.
- Shilo Village
Shilo Village refers to the quest where the players lay to rest a spirit with a grudge that is a town that is located in southern Karamja called attacking Shilo Village. The quest is effective to unlock the access to the village and its cart system.
The quest called Shilo Village requires completion of Jungle Potion, 20 Crafting, 32 Agility, and the ability to defend from many undead ones and the ability to defeat three monsters that are about level 90. The required items include spade, a lit torch or candle, rope, bronze wire, chisel, and 3 regular bones. For your information, the required items are able to be bought at the general store in Tai Bwo Wannai for less than 100 coins with the exception of the bones and wire. As for the bones, they are able to be obtained from the Tribesman (level 32( south of Trufitus past the rotten fence.
Aside from being used in some quests, bronze wire is usually used to make seaweed nets and to slice a cheese wheel. Seaweed net was dropped on June 9, 2009. With it, collecting sewed with a maximum of 10 seaweed per net was possible, resulting in the player to collect for more longer before having to go to the bank. The requirement to make a seaweed net includes a Crafting level of 52. The method also involves using 5 flax that ahs a loom to be able to make an unfinished seaweed net. In order to complete the net, adding a bronze wire is needed. There is no way for you to get the experience of 83 XP from crafting the nets before adding the wire.
Meanwhile, cheese wheel is the kind of item that is made by churning a part of butter, pot of cream or bucket of milk. To make it, a cooking level of 48 is required and it does not require a membership. This one is the replacement of the cheese that was made before the update. The experience that is received is the same one as making cheese. However, there is a difference, which is the fact that cheese wheels are not able to be traded unless they are sliced. A slice of cheese wheel worth 4 experience and a player is able to get a random number of cheeses from one cheese wheel.
Sometimes, the Wise Old Man located in Draynor Village will ask the players of the game to get some bronze wire. If you are wondering who is Wise Old Man, you might know him as Dionysius. Some people such as Zenevivia, Xenia, and Elsie also often call him Dissy. The old man is considered as a legend and he is very strong magician of Saradomin. He used to be an adventurer. After retiring from being an adventurer, he decided to live in Draynor Village. The Wise Old Man is also known for both the Draynor Bank Robbery and the Wizard’s Tower Robbery. When he was younger, he was named as a hero after saving a lot of lives and fighting back the dark forces of Gielinor.
Bronze wire is not the only bronze equipment. In the game called Old School RuneScape or OSRS, there are a lot of them. The other bronze equipment include melee weapons (dagger, axe, mace, claws, sword, longsword, scimitar, spear, Warhammer, battleaxe, two-hander, halberd, hasta, pickaxe), ranged weapons/ammo (crossbow, bolts, arrows, brutal arrows, throwing axe, throwing knife, javelin, darts), armor (medium helm, full helm, chainbody, platebody, Gloves, square shield, kiteshield, platelegs, plateskirt, boots, defender), and others (bar, copper ore, nails, javelin heads, arrowtips, dart tips, unfinished bolts, broken axe, broken pickaxe).
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