All Combat experience: 13034.1
Combat experience: 13034.1
All Combat level: 3000
Combat level: 3000
All Is members only: true
Is members only: true
All Release date: 28 July 2014
Release date: 28 July 2014
Araxxi has access to most of the same attacks as Araxxor, but can also attack from all 3 sides of the Combat triangle, and she will never move from the centre of the platform. Araxxi takes on the same rage level as Araxxor except for any rage contributed by acid.
When her targets are far away, she will use either magic or ranged, depending on her target's overhead prayer. She will switch to the other style as soon as she detects her current attack is being protected against. When her target is in melee range, Araxxi will use magic or melee attacks randomly, with no regard to prayers.
Araxxi also has access to all but 2 of Araxxor's special attacks: egg bombs and acidic spiders. Instead of the latter, Araxxi has the ability to absorb the remaining acid to increase her rage. Like Araxxor, the special attacks available to her are dependent on the open paths. At 50,000 life points, Araxxi will stop using special attacks, and her rage will gradually increase. At 25,000 life points (35,000 in duo), Araxxi will unleash a black sludge that bounces around, eventually targeting and damaging players. She will also become increasingly enraged with every attack she fires, 5% for each. Her targets will also lose 50% adrenaline (not half of their current adrenaline) immediately.
When Araxxi is killed, her corpse remains and acts as a reward coffer to collect the drops. Araxxi has several drop tables that are rolled on to constitute the loot.
The drop table will always roll on the araxyte, food/potions and main table drop once. There will be an occasional roll on the effigy, leg piece, weapon parts and pet drops, which are tertiary drops. It is possible for a player to get multiple unique drops at once, though it is somewhat rare to get multiple tertiary drops at once.
Araxxi's corpse offers the same mechanics as the Queen Black Dragon's reward chest, where rewards may be collected into the inventory, sent straight to the bank, or be abandoned. For players without an araxyte pet, players also have the option of gambling their drops for a second chance at the pet. Gambling your rewards will double the drop rate of the pet, but you must roll a "0" in order to obtain it. This feature is removed once the player obtains the pet normally or through gambling.
^ abcThe leg part that you obtain is the path that you took on phase 2.
^ abcWhile any of these can be obtained by fighting any version of Araxxor, the chances of obtaining that specific component are slightly increased based on Araxxor's dominant combat style.
^This pet is not an actual drop; instead, it will be received immediately after Araxxi dies if you are eligible. If the pet does not appear after Araxxi's death, you have the option to gamble your drops for a second chance at the pet. You must roll a 0 in order to get the pet.
^Has a base drop rate of 1/500 with a threshold of 200. In addition, having unlocked all Araxyte pets is required to be eligible for this drop.
The examine text may be a reference to the giant spider Ungoliant in J.R.R. Tolkien's The Silmarillion, a creature that has an insatiable hunger and is said to have consumed itself because of that hunger.
Araxxi was the first monster to drop flasks and is the only monster to drop overloads.
After killing Araxxi, the Adventurer's Log will say: "I killed a spinner of death, Araxxi." or after killing Araxxi several times, it will say: "I killed X Araxxis."
When examining Araxxi's corpse, the examine text says "Smells like rewards." This is the same text as the chest in Barrows: Rise of the Six.
There was a rare bug that caused Araxxi to instantly die upon spawning. This has since been fixed with the patch notes of 13 March 2017.