Godswords are powerful two-handed swords that are combined from the potential rewards within the God Wars Dungeon. All Godswords require 75 Attack to wield, and they also have the same stats. They are made by combining a god-aligned hilt with a completed Godsword blade.
There are four different Godswords, each one pertaining to a Soulsplit god: Armadyl, Bandos, Saradomin, and Zamorak. The difference between the Godswords lie in their Special Attacks, which affect their popularity, use, and price.
The Armadyl godsword is one of the most sought Godswords in Soulsplit. This is due to its Special Attack, The Judgement, dealing 25% more damage. This is incredibly useful within PvP, as many use The Judgement as a finishing blow. The Armadyl godsword also has its uses within PvM, being able to deal high amounts of damage.
The Armadyl godsword is usually identified by the blue hilt that is on the bottom on the sword.
The Bandos godsword is one of the most common of the four Godswords. There are many reasons for this, although one of the leading reasons is that its Special Attack, Warstrike, takes all 100% of your Special Attack bar to use. Its Special Attack increases the attack damage by 15%, as well as draining one of the opponent's stats by 10%.
The Bandos godsword is usually identified by the dark, black hilt that is on the bottom of the sword.
The Saradomin godsword is more commonly used within PvM activities rather then PvP, due to its Special Attack. Its Special Attack, Healing Blade, will give a 10% damage bonus. It also heals you by 50% of the damage dealt to the opponent. Furthermore, it also restores your Prayer points by 25% of the damage dealt.
The Saradomin godsword is usually identified by the yellow star as its hilt at the bottom of the sword.
The Zamorak godsword is usually the most sought after by players that are not as wealthy, and are not able to afford an Armadyl godsword. Its Special Attack, Ice Cleave, can be used as a substitute to casting Ice Barrage. When successfully hit, Ice Cleave will freeze the opponent in place for 20 seconds.
The Zamorak godsword is usually determined by the tinge of red along the top of its hilt.