The abyssal area contains:
- Abyssal demons - (Level 140) - (Need Level 85 Slayer)
- Abyssal guardians - (Level 110)
- Abyssal walkers - (Level 114)
- Abyssal leeches - (Level 104)
Here, only the Abyssal demons are not aggressive, the others follow the normal rules of aggressiveness. So for higher combat levelled players the only monsters that are aggressive will be the Abyssal walkers. Walkers, guardians, and leeches spawn extremely fast, while abyssal demons take longer to respawn. Despite being in the same plane as the Abyss, and having almost the same name, the combat rules in this area are just like in any normal dungeon. The monsters in this area do drop runecrafting pouches, which are useful for Runecrafting.
Training / Utility Analysis Edit
This area is much safer than the runecrafting Abyssal area and can be used for more safely/conveniently obtaining drops from Abyssal monsters, including abyssal charms.
This area is somewhat convenient for abyssal demon hunting/training because of its proximity to the Zanaris bank through the fairy ring, the abundance of abyssal demons, and because it is less crowded. However, the aggressiveness of some lower-level abyssal monsters combined with their respawn speed makes training on a particular monster (such as the abyssal demon or walker) somewhat inconvenient.
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