Vesta's longsword is the fourth strongest longsword in the game, beaten only by the chaotic longsword, drygore longsword, and the tetsu katana. It is obtained by killing Revenants in the Forinthry Dungeon or the Chaos Elemental in very deep Wilderness and is considered the best drop possible from said foes. This piece of weaponry was released with the release of PvP worlds on 15 October 2008.
The normal version requires 78 Attack and lasts for an hour of combat. After the time is up, the longsword will vanish. The time restrictions are the same in Wilderness PvP and other combat situations.
Contrary to popular belief, this item does not degrade while using non-combat magic.
Vesta's longsword is a one-handed weapon, and thus a shield can be used with it. After the sword has been used in combat it will become untradeable. However, this weapon is extremely expensive considering its short time-limit.
- As an hour contains 6000 ticks and the sword hits once per 5 ticks, you are able to hit 1200 hits with this sword before it degrades. Thus, each hit costs approximately 519 coins when using this sword.
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Vesta's longsword has a special attack, Feint, which requires 25% adrenaline, has increased accuracy, and deals 100-250% damage.
- For an exhaustive list of all known sources for this item, see here.
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|Revenant goblin||24; 28; 32; 40||1||Very rare|
|Revenant imp||14||1||Very rare|
|Revenant cyclops||60||1||Very rare|
|Revenant demon||84||1||Very rare|
|Revenant hellhound||70||1||Very rare|
|Revenant hobgoblin||48||1||Very rare|
|Revenant icefiend||37||1||Very rare|
|Revenant pyrefiend||40||1||Very rare|
|Revenant werewolf||53||1||Very rare|
|Revenant dark beast||112||1||Very rare|
|Revenant ork||98||1||Very rare|
|Chaos Elemental||305||1||Very rare|
- Vesta's longsword resembles the Roman longsword known as the Spatha.
- Thok uses the special attack of the Vesta's longsword in the Fremennik Saga, Thok It To 'Em.