RS Inquisitor staff is a weapon similar to terrasaur maul and hexhunter bow. As the drop rates of Inquisitor staff pieces are reduced, we provide a guide to help you obtain the four pieces from archaeology easily for Inquisitor staff.
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What is RS Inquisitor staff?
Inquisitor staff is a staff with tier 80, which is the magic equivalent of the terrasaur maul and hexhunter bow. It can increase 12.5% damage boost and 10% hit chance boost against melee-classed enemies. And using an augmentor on Inquisitor staff can make the Augmented Inquisitor staff.
This weapon consists of four ingredients that can be obtained from archaeology, including Praetorian staff, Inquisitor's staff ornament, Inquisitor's staff rod and Inquisitor's staff censer. However, from the latest RS Twitter we have known that the drop rates of Inquisitor staff pieces are reduced.
Get RS Inquisitor staff pieces from archaeology
As one of the components of Inquisitor staff, Praetorian staff can be obtained at an archaeologist's workbench with level 114 archaeology. Archaeologist's workbench is a place to repair damaged artefacts. You can find it at the Varrock Dig Site and at the base camp of other five dig sites.
The other three pieces can be obtained while excavating at any excavation hotspot and material cache at Kharid-et dig site when the pylon is 100% charged. In addition, you can also get hold of the three items by excavating the ancient magick munitions, praetorian remains or war table debris at Kharid-et:
Ancient magick munitions: Require level 107 archaeology to access.
Praetorian remains: Require level 114 archaeology to access.
War table debris: Found in the praetorium of the fortress, requiring level 118 archaeology to access.
Train archaeology skill now to claim RS Inquisitor staff weapon.