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The Tengu tsuba is used to create the [[tetsu katana]] and the [[tetsu wakizashi]].
 
The Tengu tsuba is used to create the [[tetsu katana]] and the [[tetsu wakizashi]].
   
Note: The (standard) voyage rolled depends on how many tsubas/kasekis and tetsu/seasinger weapons you own in total. If you have more of one, then the voyage will be for the one you own the least of, otherwise it's 50/50.<ref>https://twitter.com/JagexRowley/status/635476226434560000</ref><ref>https://twitter.com/JagexRowley/status/635476392893915138</ref>
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Note: The (standard) voyage rolled depends on how many tsubas/kasekis and tetsu/seasinger weapons you own in total. If you have more of one, then the voyage will be for the one you own the least of, otherwise it's 50/50.{{CiteTwitter|author=Mod Rowley|url=https://twitter.com/JagexRowley/status/635476226434560000|date=23 August 2015}}{{CiteTwitter|author=Mod Rowley|url=https://twitter.com/JagexRowley/status/635476392893915138|date=23 August 2015}}
   
 
==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==

Revision as of 16:48, August 24, 2015

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The Tengu tsuba is a reward in the Player-owned ports minigame. It is found during the "Cross Guard" standard voyage in the Shield region, which has an adversity of 15,000 Morale, 15,000 Combat, and 15,000 Seafaring. To be able to receive this voyage, a total distance of 6,000,000 miles must have been travelled, and Exile's Point must have been unlocked. One tengu tsuba is also the reward from the second Guardians of the World trio voyage.

The Tengu tsuba is used to create the tetsu katana and the tetsu wakizashi.

Note: The (standard) voyage rolled depends on how many tsubas/kasekis and tetsu/seasinger weapons you own in total. If you have more of one, then the voyage will be for the one you own the least of, otherwise it's 50/50.[1][2]

Trivia

  • 'Tsuba' (鍔) means 'crossguard' in Japanese.

References

  1. ^ Jagex. Mod Rowley's Twitter account. 23 August 2015.
  2. ^ Jagex. Mod Rowley's Twitter account. 23 August 2015.
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