|Release date||21 January 2001 (Update)|
| GE resale
|Bronze scimitar||10||32 coins||9||1,662||16,300|
|Off-hand bronze scimitar||10||32 coins||9||686||6,540|
|Iron scimitar||10||112 coins||33||4,371||42,590|
|Off-hand iron scimitar||10||112 coins||33||1,785||16,730|
|Steel scimitar||10||400 coins||120||1,464||10,640|
|Off-hand steel scimitar||10||400 coins||120||1,572||11,720|
|Black scimitar||8||768 coins||4,422||29,232|
|Off-hand black scimitar||8||768 coins||3,528||22,080|
|Mithril scimitar||5||1,040 coins||312||2,591||7,755|
|Off-hand mithril scimitar||5||1,040 coins||312||2,466||7,130|
|Adamant scimitar||2||2,560 coins||4,997||4,874|
|Off-hand adamant scimitar||2||2,560 coins||4,953||4,786|
- Before shops were updated to have unlimited stock, Zeke would never have any Mithril scimitars in stock, and would only be seen to have them in stock if a player sold one to him.
- If the player asks Zeke to sell them a dragon scimitar, he will make several references to the Monkey Madness quest such as "Seriously, you'll be a monkey's uncle before you'll ever hold a dragon scimitar." If the player has completed Monkey Madness, they will respond with "Funny you should mention that actually..."
- Two rune scimitars are displayed on the table, however, the shop does not stock them.
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