Ultrasteel Attack Tusks (r97) [Ultra Rare]View in Item Database
DescriptionNot just steel - Ultrasteel covers these detachable Attack Tusks. Make sure your Elephante removes them while eating! Ultrasteel Attack Tusks

Elephante Only


Average Rating [?]
Attack *earth**earth**earth**physical* + *physical**physical**physical**physical**physical**physical*
Defense N/A
Reflect N/A
Effects N/A
Actual Icons
Restocks At Battle Magic
Used By N/A
Special Categorization None
Notes None
Ratings - Ultrasteel Attack Tusks
Price/Power (0/5)
A very variable physical based attack restricted to Elephantes is not my idea of a good weapon. Sure the upper end of this attack would be good- if it was a solid attack- but as it stands what exactly is the point?

Countermeasures (0/5)
While this item can't be reflected it offers little in the way of defense. The variable physical attack could hypothetically be taken down by a Altadorian Swordbreaker- but why would you bother?

Alternatives Upgrades or Downgrades
Ridiculously Heavy Battle Hammer would be a better more rounded choice- but if you really want to avoid reflectors you need to spend higher and get a Stone Foam Finger instead.

Other Points

Final Thoughts
If the steel is so "ultra" why didnt you make the whole tusks out of them?

Rated on February 27, 2015

Overview: When these came out I remember wanting some so bad! However, they're not exactly worth having anymore.

The Good: Their maximum actually puts them on-par with common weaponry. Since it's only two icon types (albeit commonly-blocked ones) the 10-icon attack would be considered better than most of the budget weapons available.

The Bad: Unfortunately, the Ultrasteel Attack Tusks have a minimum of 4. If you average out the attacks, the tusks are weaker than most cheap weapons.

The Ugly Truth: The tusks could have promise if they were ever updated, but for now they'll remain a reminder of how weak icons were in the olden days of the Battledome. For similar icons types at a constant total of 9, the Stone Club is a good option. Otherwise, for those looking for cheap power, the Scroll of Ultranova is my personal budget-battling favorite.

Rated on January 30, 2014