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Acheron mammoth icon

Acheron mammoths are monsters that require level 96 Slayer to kill. They were first revealed at RuneFest 2015, after being pitched on RuneLabs and being one of the November poll winners. They drop mammoth tusks, which can be used to summon the pack mammoth at level 99 Summoning.

LocationEdit

Several Acheron mammoths inhabit an iceberg that has been separated from Acheron, far north of the Fremennik Province. This can be reached by using the large Fremennik ship on the pier north-east of Rellekka. Do not confuse the ship with the other one nearby; the smaller ship takes you to the iceberg during Cold War.

MechanicsEdit

Mammoths have especially high defence against non-stabbing weapons; for this reason, the Drygore rapier and the Khopesh of Tumeken are the most effective weapons to use against mammoths.

Acheron mammoths slowly gain adrenaline and can use the abilities Smash (disabling the player's protection prayers/curses), Sever, Freedom, and Pulverise along with a basic melee autoattack, which can deal around 2000 damage at maximum. When using Freedom, mammoths announce it by shouting "Freedom!". Unlike the player's Freedom, the one the mammoths use simply frees them from stuns and binds; it does not clear any bleeds.

The mammoths have a ranged attack where they grab a chunk of ice from the ground with their trunk before tossing it into the air, landing at the player's position when the mammoth started preparing the attack. This attack can be avoided by moving away from the tile the player was on when the mammoth first picked up the rock. It is best to dodge or Resonance the ice chunk, as it can deal over 4000 ranged damage with a 100% hit chance regardless of armour. They can use melee attacks during the ranged attack's animation.

They have a unique prayer deactivation mechanic they use if the player performs "dishonourable" conduct during the battle, which is performed by continuously running away from the mammoth and staying out of reach of its melee attacks. If such conduct is performed, the mammoth will throw 3 ice chunks at the player's position instead of one. If any of these ice chunks hit the player, a message will appear stating that "Your dishonourable conduct angers the gods, who refuse to listen to your prayers any longer.", disabling all prayers currently active (including Protect Item and Turmoil) and dealing heavy ranged damage.

Prayers can be immediately reactivated after being hit by the "dishonour" attack. However, it is possible for all 3 ice chunks to simultaneously deal damage to the player, potentially resulting in an instant death. Furthermore, players using weapons augmented with the Aftershock perk should be careful not to hit any other mammoths besides their current target with it; doing so can result in being attacked by the other mammoth's "dishonourable conduct" attack.

When fighting using Ranged or Magic attacks, mammoths will continuously use a ranged stunning attack. This will cause your run energy to be depleted, along with the deactivation of your prayers and a 5 second freeze. Freedom and Anticipation work against this freeze. It is recommended to fight them with melee so this attack does not occur.

Charge attackEdit

Occasionally, the mammoths will stop attacking and have a charge-like animation. In addition, a blue bar will appear above the mammoth and fill up within 5 seconds.

Once the bar fills, the mammoth will charge up to 3 times in a row. Each charge can deal up to 8000 melee damage, and if Berserk or the Berserker aura is used, it is possible for the mammoth to instantly kill the player with one charge if it is not protected against.

The most effective way to reduce damage from the charge attack is to activate Resonance, which will heal the player to nearly full life points. The player should still be wary of any ranged attacks the mammoth may perform, since the charge animation will override their ranged animation. Protect from Melee or Deflect Melee. This will reduce the mammoth's damage to around 2000 per hit, and can be stacked with Devotion or Debilitate to further reduce damage.

The heavy damage of the ranged attack can severely harm or kill the player in conjunction with the charge attack, especially if the mammoth used the triple rock prayer deactivating attack or Smash. The mammoths can still be killed during their charge-up, preventing all damage from the charge.

Starting a fightEdit

When initiating a fight with an Acheron mammoth, the player automatically says one of the following lines:

  • CHAAAAARGE!
  • En garde!
  • Good sir, I challenge you to a duel.
  • I challenge thee to a duel.
  • I mock your ancestors!
  • I'd throw down my gloves, but they're rather pricey.
  • Let's do this!
  • Mammoth! I challenge you!
  • Manners maketh man
  • Round one: FIGHT!

The mammoth will then respond with one of their lines respective to what the player said:

  • That's my job!
  • Ahaa as you wish.
  • I accept your challenge! or My name is...
  • I'm sorry you feel the need to throw your life away.
  • Yours are not even worthy of that.
  • You're going to need them to defeat me!
  • I trust you have a good note about how your remains will be handled?
  • Prepare to join your ancestors!
  • Are we going to stand here talking, or are we going to fight?
  • Erm... yes?

Named mammothsEdit

If the "Mammoth! I challenge you!" option is said, the mammoth may say "My name is <name>!". When this happens, it will also change their name label to the name they said.

Known names include:

  • Anthony
  • Ashley
  • Daniel
  • Henrik
  • James
  • Liam
  • Luke
  • Nils
  • Thomas
  • Wing

DropsEdit

100% dropsEdit

Item Quantity Rarity GE price
Big bonesBig bones2Always372
Mammoth tuskMammoth tusk1Always20,264

CharmsEdit

No charmGold charmGreen charmCrimson charmBlue charm
39–45%7–11%28–33%10–14%6–9%
Represents a 90% confidence range based on a sample of 710 kills.
4 charms are dropped at a time.
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Main dropEdit

Item Quantity Rarity GE price
Adamantite oreAdamantite ore9–16 (noted)Common10,872–19,328
Mud runeMud rune20–40Common13,560–27,120
Water talismanWater talisman3–5 (noted)Common30,930–51,550
Water orbWater orb8–12 (noted)Common19,936–29,904
Mahogany logsMahogany logs20–40 (noted)Uncommon13,940–27,880
Blue dragonhideBlue dragonhide5–19 (noted)Uncommon13,760–52,288
Onyx bolt tips 5Onyx bolt tips3–9Uncommon20,115–60,345
Uncut diamondUncut diamond6–10 (noted)Uncommon18,846–31,410
Rune kiteshieldRune kiteshield1Uncommon30,883
Dragon longswordDragon longsword1Uncommon57,873
Rune platebodyRune platebody1Rare37,467
Unicorn hornUnicorn horn10–14 (noted)Rare17,540–24,556
Raw sharkRaw shark15–25 (noted)Rare16,185–26,975
Adamant barAdamant bar10–15 (noted)Rare29,350–44,025
Dragon arrowheads 5Dragon arrowheads30–50Rare9,450–15,750
Rare drop tableRare drop table1RareNot sold

TertiaryEdit

Item Quantity Rarity GE price
Cursed amascut sandCursed amascut sand1Rare1,690,835
Sealed clue scroll (hard)Sealed clue scroll (hard)1RareNot sold
Sealed clue scroll (elite)Sealed clue scroll (elite)1Rare[note 1]Not sold
Raptor key part 4Raptor key part 41Very rare[note 2]Not sold
Court summonsCourt summons1Very rareNot sold
  1. ^ There is a 1% chance of this being a sealed clue scroll (master) instead
  2. ^ 1/256 chance;[1] only drops during Slayer tasks.

Rare drop tableEdit

This monster has access to the rare drop table.
Luck-enhancing items such as a ring of wealth or luck of the dwarves are not required to access the table.
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Item Quantity Rarity GE price
Coins 250Coins250–500Common250–500
Uncut sapphireUncut sapphire1Common800
Uncut emeraldUncut emerald1Common2,095
Uncut rubyUncut ruby1Common1,818
Uncut diamondUncut diamond1Common3,141
Uncut diamondUncut diamond45–55 (noted)Rare141,345–172,755
Loop half of a keyLoop half of a key1Common17,254
Tooth half of a keyTooth half of a key1Common19,315
Uncut dragonstoneUncut dragonstone1Uncommon12,572
Uncut dragonstoneUncut dragonstone45–55 (noted)Rare565,740–691,460
Dragon longswordDragon longsword1Common57,873
Dragon spearDragon spear1Rare36,211
BattlestaffBattlestaff180–220 (noted)Rare1,099,080–1,343,320
Rune javelinRune javelin5Rare855
Rune platebodyRune platebody1Uncommon37,467
Rune platebodyRune platebody15–25 (noted)Rare562,005–936,675
Shield left halfShield left half1Rare65,218
Dragon helmDragon helm1Uncommon58,728
Rune arrowheads 5Rune arrowheads113–137Common19,775–23,975
Onyx bolts 5Onyx bolts135–165Very rare1,070,010–1,307,790
Chaos talismanChaos talisman1Rare1,277
Nature talismanNature talisman1Rare1,709
Water talismanWater talisman65–82 (noted)Rare670,150–845,420
Earth talismanEarth talisman65–82 (noted)Rare207,545–261,826
Fire talismanFire talisman25–35 (noted)Rare80,450–112,630
Raw lobsterRaw lobster135–165 (noted)Common26,595–32,505
Raw sharkRaw shark225–275 (noted)Uncommon242,775–296,725
Big bonesBig bones68–82 (noted)Uncommon12,648–15,252
Dragon bonesDragon bones180–220 (noted)Rare304,920–372,680
CoalCoal200–1,100 (noted)Uncommon24,400–134,200
Gold oreGold ore90–110 (noted)Common14,850–18,150
Adamantite oreAdamantite ore180–220 (noted)Uncommon217,440–265,760
Adamant barAdamant bar14–16 (noted)Common41,090–46,960
Adamant barAdamant bar135–165 (noted)Rare396,225–484,275
Runite oreRunite ore90–110 (noted)Rare998,280–1,220,120
Rune barRune bar(noted)Common41,001
Rune barRune bar45–55 (noted)Rare615,015–751,685
Grimy torstolGrimy torstol90–110 (noted)Uncommon338,490–413,710
Grimy snapdragonGrimy snapdragon90–110 (noted)Uncommon119,340–145,860
Super restore (4)Super restore (4)45–55 (noted)Uncommon156,510–191,290
Prayer potion (4)Prayer potion (4)45–55 (noted)Uncommon157,680–192,720
Lantadyme seed 5Lantadyme seed14–16Uncommon6,356–7,264
Dwarf weed seed 5Dwarf weed seed14–16Uncommon7,112–8,128
Magic seed 5Magic seed4Uncommon381,852
Palm tree seed 5Palm tree seed10Rare882,140
FlaxFlax450–550 (noted)Common25,200–30,800
Molten glassMolten glass45–55 (noted)Common8,730–10,670
Soft claySoft clay450–550 (noted)Uncommon195,750–239,250
Yew logsYew logs68–82 (noted)Uncommon10,472–12,628
Yew logsYew logs675–825 (noted)Rare103,950–127,050
Teak plankTeak plank45–55 (noted)Uncommon37,530–45,870
Mahogany plankMahogany plank270–330 (noted)Rare393,390–480,810
Blurberry SpecialBlurberry Special1Uncommon6,469
Vecna skullVecna skull1Very rare*313,697
Hazelmere&#039;s signet ringHazelmere's signet ring1Very rare*1,967,717,757
Brawling gloves (Melee)Brawling gloves (Melee)1Very rareNot sold
Brawling gloves (Magic)Brawling gloves (Magic)1Very rareNot sold
Brawling gloves (Ranged)Brawling gloves (Ranged)1Very rareNot sold
Brawling gloves (Agility)Brawling gloves (Agility)1Very rareNot sold
Brawling gloves (Cooking)Brawling gloves (Cooking)1Very rareNot sold
Brawling gloves (FM)Brawling gloves (FM)1Very rareNot sold
Brawling gloves (Fishing)Brawling gloves (Fishing)1Very rareNot sold
Brawling gloves (Hunter)Brawling gloves (Hunter)1Very rareNot sold
Brawling gloves (Mining)Brawling gloves (Mining)1Very rareNot sold
Brawling gloves (Prayer)Brawling gloves (Prayer)1Very rareNot sold
Brawling gloves (Smithing)Brawling gloves (Smithing)1Very rareNot sold
Brawling gloves (Thieving)Brawling gloves (Thieving)1Very rareNot sold
Brawling gloves (WC)Brawling gloves (WC)1Very rareNot sold
Crystal triskelion fragment 1Crystal triskelion fragment 11Very rareNot sold
Crystal triskelion fragment 2Crystal triskelion fragment 21Very rareNot sold
Crystal triskelion fragment 3Crystal triskelion fragment 31Very rareNot sold

Universal dropsEdit

Universal drops are dropped by nearly every monster outside of Daemonheim.
These drops are dropped alongside main drops.
Item Quantity Rarity GE price
Key tokenKey token1RareNot sold
Mimic kill tokenMimic kill token1Very rare22,901

TriviaEdit

Mammoth Unused Model

The original, unused model of the mammoth from 2004.

Elite Mobs concept art - Mammoth

Concept art for an Acheron mammoth and its elite version. The elite version never made it into the game.

  • Acheron mammoths were first mentioned in 2004 in a Behind the Scenes article as a future update. A model was made for them, although it was ultimately unused.
  • They make small appearance in player-owned ports, as a Mammoth Head can be built at an icon hotspot.
  • The Mammoth was an option in a guaranteed content poll on 28 April 2008. It was a possibility for one of the future summoning familiars, although it was outvoted by the phoenix.
  • "Manners maketh man" and the reply "Are we going to stand here talking, or are we going to fight?" are a reference to the film Kingsman: The Secret Service.
  • "Round One: FIGHT!" may possibly be a reference to the Mortal Kombat series. It may also possibly be a reference to Street Fighter.
  • Before 28 November 2016, mammoths had a stomp attack used against players who moved under them that dealt over 3,000 typeless damage. The blue adrenaline bar that signifies their charge attack was also made more visible, as sometimes it would not appear until the attack actually commenced.
  • Mammoth tusks previously had a 1/25 drop rate.[2] This was changed to a guaranteed drop on 3 July 2017.
  • The mammoth name "Henrik" is likely a reference to Mod Shogun, who helped create them.
  • As of 1 February 2018, the highest kill count for this monster was 6,668 kills.[3]
    • This had increased to 10,321 by 6 May 2018.[4]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Mod Timbo. "Dev Blog: Revealing Drop Rates." 17 November 2017. Existing Game Content Forums.
  2. ^ Mod Shauny. "Dev Blog: Revealing Drop Rates." 1 December 2017. Existing Game Updates Forums.
  3. ^ Mod Shauny. Top 10 killers per Boss. 2 Feb 2018. "Here are the top 10 kills for each Slayer creature in RuneScape, be aware that we've not listed display names for privacy purposes however if you wish to brag about one number being yours then we won't stop you!"*
  4. ^ Mod Shauny. Top Slayer Killers - 6th May 2018. 6 May 2018. "Here are the top 10 kills for each Slayer creature in RuneScape, be aware that we've not listed display names for privacy purposes however if you wish to brag about one number being yours then we won't stop you!"