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ACO Cypriot Gabbro Head

Pharaoh's Mace

A Pharaoh's Mace was a Cypriot Gabbro Head, a staff with a gabbro ball at the end, specifically utilized by the pharaohs of the Ptolemaic dynasty of Egypt.


The Pharaoh's Mace was, in truth, hardly a mace. Being a Cypriot Gabbro Head, it was functionally a wooden staff with a small, studded ball at its end carved from gabbro, a type of igneous rock. While this rough head could be used to crush bones and even inflict grievous injuries, it was exceedingly diminutive in proportion to the pole, acting more like a reinforced end of a staff. The Mace was also quite plain, lacking any ornamentation to speak of, and yet this did not stop it from being employed by the pharaoh as a simultaneous scepter and weapon.


The Pharaoh's Mace, like all Cypriot Gabbro Heads, were imported from Cyprus which was part of the original holdings of the Ptolemies that would come to wield it as pharaohs of Egypt. By 48 BCE, these staves had actually entered Egyptian markets as common items.

Weapon statistics

Rarity Quality (Max Level 55) Damage (Max Level 55) Attributes Availability
Common 114 361 Combo Multiplier II Blacksmith, Loot



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