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Goblins: These are one of the most common enemies in the game. They
are usually found above ground on the outskirts of civilization. The
un-armed goblins levels are roughly 2-3 for attack strength and defense, but
a new player can disperse of him with some meat and a good weapon. The
goblins with spears are a lot harder. Their levels are about 6-8 on attack
strength and defence. Goblins don't drop much apart from their bones and a
maximum of 5 gold pieces. You can though pick other items of their bodies, I
once found a wooden shield, mug of beer, shortbow (you can sell this for 40
gold in the archery store), runes, and a medium bronze helmet (not all in
one goblin!) but that is about all I have found. These goblins never retreat
and can be found by wells, water holes, rivers, basically anywhere near
Hob Goblins: These are one of the hardest monsters in the game. The
only place I know of where you find thse monsters are at the ends of the
Ghost town Dungeons. They look like a larger Goblin. Their stats are around
20-25 on attack strength and defence, and have a lot of hit points, maybe
even 40. They can drop a nice sum of gold, sometimes up to 30, but that is
quite rare. Thy can drop steel daggers (very rare) which can be sold for up
top 80 gold in a store. They can also drop Limpwurt root, (when used with
spider eggs and given to the Apothery you make a strength potion). On very
rare occasions they drop Air Staffs, but this does not happen frequently.
When taken to the Staff shop you can sell them for hundreds of gold pieces.
If you walk near a strong Hob-goblin they will attack you, so take care. If
they are on the brink of death they will run!
Giants: Again, these are one of the hardest creatures and can only be
found around the ends of the ghost town dungeons. They look like inflated
men. They have little armour and only use their fists as a weapon. Their
stats are about 25-30 attack strength and defence but they have not got many
hit points so I find it easier to kill them than Hobgoblins! All the time
now the dungeons where the Giants regenerate are crammed with high level
warriors trying to train, so if you are carefull you can survive if you are
a low level. They drop Limpwurt root, and there is a rare chance that they
will drop a minimum of 60 gold, to a maximum of 120 gold! They are very
aggressive and will fight if you go near one. They never retreat either.
Rats: These are also one of the easiest monsters to fight. You can
find them in the back streets of Varrok, the village west of Varrok and down
at the beginning of the Varrok sewers. They drop meat usually and that's all
they drop. Their levels I think will never be above 1 or 2, and I only
attack them for the food. They are not aggressive and don't usually retreat.
Good for bringing levels up for beginning players! They are blue colored,
and surprisingly say 'rat' when you examine them.
Giant Rats: These rats look like inflated little rats. You can find
them on the way to the hermits house, the back-streets of Varrok and the
beginning of the Varrok sewers. They sometimes drop meat and are aggressive.
They never retreat. Their levels I think are about 4-5 on attack strength
and defence. Good level builders for beginners.
Skeletons: These are relatively dangerous creatures but are not
aggressive. They look like a pile of bones walking around surprisingly. You
can find them in the Wizards tower, Varrok sewers and at the Ghost town
dungeon (at the start). Their levels are about 10 on attack strength and
defence. They do drop gold but the most I picked up is about 10-15. These
guys will fight to the death when attacked.
Armed Skeletons: They are not called this because they have an extra
pair of arms, but because they have a weapon and a shield. A picture of them
can be found on our main runescape page. They basically look like skeletons
but with a weapon. I predict that their levels are about 15 on attack
strength and defence. They are aggressive and can be found in the Varrok
sewers or the ghost town dungeons. They drop Iron weapons, shields and up to
20 gold pieces. They always fight to the death and will chases you for a
Spiders: Another very easy monster, with its stats about 1 on attack
strength and defence. They look like orange flat things. They have 2 hit
points about, and drop nothing apart from their bones. They can be found
just about anywhere above ground!
Giant Spiders: These look like massive giant orange flat things, and
you can find them on the river banks near Lumbridge castle. They have about
5 hit points and its stats about about 3. They can be aggressive and they
Red Spiders: These spiders drop rare red spider eggs If you take them
to the apothery with limpwurt root he will make it into a strength potion.
This spiders stats are around 30. He has about this many hit points too. You
cn only find these at the end of Varrok sewers. They are agressive and fight
to the death! It is best leave them alone.
Zombies: You can find these in all dungeons. Their stats are around
10-13 on attack strength and defence. They drop up to 10 gold and sometimes
a few bronze weapons. They are aggresive and dont fight to the death
usually. They will run of low on hit points! They look like tramps with
their arms stuck out. They have a weird way of attacking too.
Armed Zombies: These look like Zombies but with axes. They drop
weapons, gold and other stuff for you too sell. They are quite dangerous and
should be avoided. Their stas are about 16-20 attack strength and defence.
They are aggresive but will retreat if low on hit points. You can find them
at the ends of ghost town dungeons. Try to avoid these if you can!
Giant Scorpions: These can be found in the Varrok sewers and in the
mining chasm on the way to Al-Kharid. Their stats are about 10-13 on attack
strength and defence. They are fast swawning and aggresive, but will run if
they are low on hit points. The only things they leave you are their bones.
If you re new try to avoid them. Good for mid-level level building. They are
big and orange.
Unicorns: These white hoarse like things walk round most forests
above ground. Their stas are about 13-15, and have about 15 hit points. They
are not aggressive and retreat as often as they can! They never drop
anything apart from a few rubbish bones.
Bears: These can be found in most forests, and in the opening in the
Varrok sewer with the re-spawning gold. They are non aggressive. Their stats
are about 12-14. They have about 15 hit points as well. They are huge, and
brown. The only thing they drop is some fur, meat and bones. You can sell
the fur to Barrek in Vorrok market for about 10 gold.
Ghosts: These can be found in most dark areas, including Varrok
sewers. They are dangerous, stats about 15. They are very aggressive, it is
best to avoid them. They usually don't drop anything. They are dressed in
blue and green and float about.
Foliage: The only foliage that hurts you are the trees in the grounds
or Draynor mannor. They usually dont get to hit you, the combat only lasts
one round. Stay on the paths and you will be okay. You can cut these trees
down, but it is quite difficult.
Imps: They can be found in the following locations: 1.Farmhouse
northwest of Lumbridge. 2.Northwest of wizard tower dock along the shore.
3.Lumbridge Castle courtyard. 4.Halfway between farm north of umbridge and
Varrock/Chasm (scorpion pit) junction. 5.Near start of dock to wizard tower.
6.Entrance to chasm. 7.Near champion's guild. 8.Near entrance to pheonix
gang hideout. size="4" 9.In middle of western ghost town.
size="4" 10.West of Varrock castle inside the grounds. (ust go
around the castle to reach) 11.By ladder down to sewer. 12.Just north of the
blackarm gang hideout. They look like small Delriths! They are small and
red, and very hard to catch. They either drop red yellow black or white
beads, which are used for quests. See quest guide for how to do quest. They
are weak and retreat often. They are not aggressive.
Delrith: South of Varrok is a huge Stone circle, guarded by dark
wizards, some of who have beards. In the middle of the stone circle is a
huge Demon called Delrith. You can only attack him if you do the quest. He
is big and red. To start the quest talk to the gypsy. See quest guide. His
stats are around 20 attack strength and defence. As far as I know the Demon
does not drop anything. It is not possible to attack him without doing the
quest. He is not aggressive. He will not retreat from combat when almost
Demon: This Demon is locked in a large cage at the top of Wizards
tower. He looks the same as Delrith, big, red and stupid. The only way you
can kill him is with some spells or archerywith bows or crossbows. His stats
are the same as Delriths, and he does not drop anything. He can't attack you
when he is in your cage. This is an excellent place to practise magic and
Vampire: This monster is located at the bottom of Draynor mannor. He
looks like a typical Vampire, black cape and big fangs. Once you have killed
him he is gone forever for that character. His stats are around 30 on attack
strength and defence. If you have garlic in your inventory he immediately
loses 10 hit points. See quest guide for more information
Moss Giant: This is one of the most deadly enemies you can come
across. He is located at the end of the Varrok sewers. It is a good idea to
take a friend magician or Archer with you to help defeat these monsters.
Also remember to take cooked meat with you! He has well over 60 hit points
and his stats are about 40 attack strength and defence. When killed he can
drop lots of times for you to pick up, including: Steel square shield, Fire
staff, large iron helmet, 80-125 gold pieces, bronze 2 handed sword, long
iron sword or a steel bar! Best avoid them if you can.....
Guard: These guys hang around Varrok. They are very common in Varroks
bank, to guard people withdrawing large amounts of money. Their stats are
about 17, and have about 20 hit points. They drop very little, and are not
aggressive. They always fight to the death! If you attack someone, the guard
will shout out, 'hey no fighting in Varrok' and will attack the person who
started the fight. This is a good opportunity to run if you were under
attack. Though I've seen high levels killing guards in three blows, so that
doesn't give you much time to run! They wear chain mail of some type and
fight with their fists.
Warrior: These people are found in Al-Kharid guarding something.
Their stats are about 14 attack strength and defence. They drop up to 10
gold, iron daggers, arrows and even some runes when they are killed. They
also fight to the death and are not aggressive. They look like lightly
armoured men with swords. Good level builders for mid level people. You can
kill these guys if they are orange to you.
Witch: This Witch is found south of Al-Kharid. They drop very little,
are non-aggressive. They can also be found in Draynor Manor, they're level
25 but are weak since they don't use magic, and can probably be beaten by
anyone who could beat a dwarf or barbarian.
Thief: You find these people in Varrok, by the archery store and in
the back-streets of Varrok. They usually don't attack you unless you are
weak or low level. They have stats of about 13, and have little armour and
no weapon. The only things I have picked off them is 10 gold. Best to avoid
them. They also run if low on hit points.
Smuggler: These are the most suicidal people I have ever come across.
A new player can easily dispatch of them. They retreat quite often and only
give you a few gold when killed. Their stats are about 2 attack strength and
defense. Good extremely low level building up for people who started out as
Wizards. They look dumb. You can find them in the back-streets of Varrok or
south west of Varrok by the mining area.
Man: Harmless enemies who mingle around aimlessly. No armour or
weapon makes them an easy kill for everybody! They are found wandering
around anywhere above ground. The only things I have gained from killing
them are a medium bronze helmet for some reason, and once I picked 40 gold
off one! That is very rare though. Good level builders.
Dark Wizard: These guys are dressed in black robes and have a fluffy
black beard. They are extremely dangerous, stats about 17. You can only find
them around the stone circle by Delrith. They are very aggressive and don't
retreat. They will chase you for a while if you run as well. They drop black
robes, hats, up to 20 coins and lots of runes. This is a good place to pick
loads of runes up for your magic or for sale. You either get 7 or 12 runes
of two types from each body.
Highway man: Easy enemies who drop black cloaks. You can find these
guys south of Draynor mannor.
Wizards: The most common place for these people are in the Wizards
tower. They are dressed in blue with a blue hat. Their stats are around 10
and are not aggressive. They sometimes run away from combat when attacked.
When killed they drop their smart blue hat and robes. If you are lucky you
might see one with a white beard!
Shaven Dark Wizard: These are also found at the stone circle
guarding Delrith. They are more common and are slightly weaker than their
bearded brothers. They drop a few runes, (either 3 or eight) and they drop
cloaks and hats. They also drop a rubbish staff.
Barbarion: These are the common folk of the Barbarion village. They
have blond beards and wear medium iron helmets. Their stats are around 10
attack strength and defence. Good level builders. They are not aggressive
and drop a few items such as, fur, up to 20 gold pieces, bronze axes and
sometimes iron maces. A difficult opponent for a weak person.
Gunther the Brave: This brave man is the leader of the Barbarions.
His stats are about 27, and is very dangerous. He wanders round the main
square of the village. He is not aggressive and like his minions does not
run from combat. He drops up to 20 gold, a rune or two and an iron mace.
Black Knight: Again, one of the most dangerous creatures in Ruenscape.
Their stats are around 40 attack strength and defence. They are dressed in
all black armor, but do not drop it when killed. You can find these guys in
the jolly boar inn, north of Varrok or by the Wizards tower. They can on
some occasions drop up to 60 gold! The best thing this person drops is a
steel bar, and some low iron or bronze weaponry. Not worth attacking yet.
Camel: Andrew once said that: "Camels will eventually allow more
carrying space Date: 11-Feb-2001 12:48 But don't hold your breath, it will
be complicated to add, and there's lots of other stuff coming first
:-)"You can find them in the desert plains by Al-kharid, and they don't
do anything, and you can't attack them.
Chicken: Most commonly found by the farm, anyone can kill them. They
lay eggs, and supply you with meat when killed. They regenerate very fast.
They only have about 4 hit points and can hurt you a bit if you are low
Cow: If you use a bucket with a cow then you will get milk.
Sheep: If you use shears with them you get wool. Used for quest, see
quest guide. Not the most exciting of creatures. Maybe something will be
done to them later on in the game.
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