Perilous Moon Armor Sets Rewards Old School Runescape
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All Perilous Moon rewards in Old School Runescape Varlamore (OSRS)

You're going to want to claim all of them.

Perilous Moons is a new quest/dungeon in Old School Runescape that puts players up against new bosses and enemies. Additionally, players can earn three unique rewards when completing Perilous Moons, which this guide will explain in detail.

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Old School Runescape: Perilous Moon Varlamore rewards

Players can expect to earn three unique armor sets from Perilous Moons in Old School Runescape. Each set features a weapon, special attacks, effects, and stats that can improve a character’s build. Let’s review each armor set and its stats to discover which is right for you.

Eclipse Set

Want an armor set that focuses on a balance between bows and melee? The Eclipse Armor set is the one for you. Players can expect a whopping 87 stat power for Ranged on the Eclipse Atlatl, making this perfect for those who like to keep a reasonable distance from enemies. Speaking of distance, the ranged defense is high for each armor piece.

Eclipse Atlatl

AttackDefenseSpecial AttackSpecial EffectsOther Bonuses
Stab – 0
Slash – 0
Crush – 0
Magic – 0
Ranged – 87
Stab – 0
Slash – 0
Crush – 0
Magic – 0
Ranged – 0
Consume the remaining burn damage, increase Max Hit by that much and Min Hit by 1/2 as much.Searing Blows: You have a 20% chance to burn a target. Burn deals 1 damage every 4 ticks for 40 ticks. Burn can be stacked for increased damage.Melee str – 32
Ranged str – 0
Magic Str – 0
Attack rate – 4(3)
Prayer – 0
Undead – 0
Slayer – 0
Ranger – 5

Eclipse Armor

Armor PieceAttackDefenceOther Bonuses
Eclipse HelmStab – 0
Slash – 0
Crush – 0
Magic – 0
Ranged – 0
Stab – 2
Slash – 3
Crush – 14
Magic – 10
Ranged – 4
Melee str – 3
Ranged str – 0
Magic dmg – 0
Payer – 0
Undead – 0
Slayer – 0
Eclipse ChestplateStab – 0
Slash – 0
Crush – 0
Magic – 0
Ranged – 31
Stab – 15
Slash – 18
Crush – 57
Magic – 55
Ranged – 32
Melee str – 3
Ranged str – 0
Magic dmg – 0
Prayer – 0
Undead – 0
Slayer – 0
Eclipse TassetsStab – 0
Slash – 0
Crush – 0
Magic – 0
Ranged – 17
Stab – 9
Slash – 13
Crush – 37
Magic – 31
Ranged – 17
Melee str – 1
Ranged str – 0
Magic dmg – 0
Prayer – 0
Undead – 0
Slayer – 0

Set effect: You have a 20% chance to burn a target. Burn deals one damage every four ticks for 40 ticks (10 damage total). Burn can be stacked for increased damage.

Bloodrager Set

The Bloodrager set is perfect for players who want to tear through enemy targets with ease. It boasts a high Crush and Stab stat, making this perfect for players looking to deal as much damage as possible. Also, it includes a powerful “Bloodthirst” ability, which provides a chance that the next attack with the weapon will happen one-tick sooner.

Dual Macuahuitl

AttackDefenceSpecial AttackSpecial EffectsOther Bonuses
Stab – 115
Slash – 0
Crush – 121
Magic – 0
Rnged – 0
Stab – 0
Slash – 0
Crush – 0
Magic – 0
Ranged – 0
Sacrifice 10% of current hitpoints to raise min and max hit by 25%.

If it hits, has a 100% chance to trigger Bloodthirst.
Bloodthirst: On a successful hit, 33% chance that this weapon’s next attack to happen 1-tick sooner.Melee str – 22
Ranged str – 0
Magic str – 0
Attack rate – 4
Prayer – 1
Undead – 0
Slayer – 0
Range – 1

Bloodrager Armor

Armor PieceAttackDefenceOther Bonuses
Bloodrager HelmStab – 0
Slash – 0
Crush – 0
Magic – 0
Ranged – 0
Stab – 20
Slash – 22
Crush – 34
Magic – 7
Ranged – 19
Melee str – 4
Ranged str – 0
Magic dmg – 0
Prayer – 0
Undead – 0
Slayer – 0
Bloodrager ChestplateStab – 0
Slash – 0
Crush – 0
Magic – 0
Ranged – 0
Stab – 50
Slash – 52
Crush – 80
Magic – 40
Ranged – 48
Melee str – 4
Ranged str – 0
Magic dmg – 0
Prayer – 0
Undead – 0
Slater – 0
Bloodrager TassetsStab – 0
Slash – 0
Crush – 0
Magic – 0
Ranged – 0
Stab – 30
Slash – 33
Crush – 49
Magic – 32
Ranged – 28
Melee str – 2
Ranged str – 0
Magic dmg – 0
Prayer – 0
Undead – 0
Slayer – 0

Set Effect: When using the Dual Macuahuitl, you have a 33% chance for the next attack to happen one-tick sooner.

Froostmoon Set

The Frostmoon Set is great for players who want a fine balance between melee and magic in Old School Runescape. You can expect an emphasis on Magic accuracy with the Frostmoon armor pieces and a bonus toward Magic strength with the Spell Spear weapon.

Spell Spear

AttackOn a successful hit, increase accuracy and damage by 1% for every tick remaining on the binding effect. Afterwards, the binding effect is removed.Special AttackSpecial EffectsOther Bonuses
Stab – 70
Slash – 42
Crush – 42
Magic – 30
Ranged – 0
Stab – 0
Slash – 0
Crush – 0
Magic – 0
Ranged – 0
On a successful hit, increase accuracy and damage by 1% for every tick remaining on the binding effect. Afterwards the binding effect is removed.Spellblade: You have a 10% chance for the next melee attack to not be affected by action delay.Melee str – 71
Ranged str – 0
Magic str – 5%
Attack rate – 5
Prayer – 0
Undead – 0
Slater – 0
Range – 0

Frostmoon Armor

Armor PieceAttackDefenceOther Bonuses
Frostmoon HoodStab – 0
Slash – 0
Crush – 0
Magic – 6
Ranged – 0
Stab – 0
Slash – 0
Crush – 10
Magic – 6
Ranged – 0
Melee str – 2
Ranged str – 0
Magic dmg – 0
Prayer – 0
Undead – 0
Slayer – 0
Frostmoon ChestplateStab – 0
Slash – 0
Crush – 0
Magic – 30
Ranged – 0
Stab – 0
Slash – 0
Crush – 51
Magic – 20
Ranged – 0
Melee str – 2
Ranged str – 0
Magic dmg – 0
Prayer – 0
Undead – 0
Slayer – 0
Frostmoon Robe LegsStab – 0
Slash – 0
Crush – 0
Magic – 22
Ranged – 0
Stab – 0
Slash – 0
Crush – 23
Magic – 22
Ranged – 0
Melee str – 1
Ranged str – 0
Magic dmg – 0
Prayer – 0
Undead – 0
Slayer – 0

Set Effect: When using an immobilizing spell, you have a 10% chance for the next melee attack with the Spell Spear to not be affected by action delay.

Those are all the known rewards for Perilous Moons in the Varlamore expansion of Old School Runescape. It’s time to get to work and acquire them yourself to see which is best for you!

A lot of content is included in the Varlamore expansion, so make sure you are ready by taking the time to read up on crucial information. This includes new side quests called “Hunter’s Rumours,” which can lead to even more rewards for your inventory.


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