Arhats are ascended spirit dragons that inhabit the Spirit Realm accessed through the Well of Spirits on Aminishi after the Spiritual Enlightenment miniquest, requiring level 96 Slayer to kill. A spirit dragon charm is consumed every minute spent inside the Well of Spirits.
Anagami, they do not use any abilities; however, they have an adrenaline bar which once filled will unleash a powerful lightning attack, dealing 25% of the player's maximum health as damage. This attack can be avoided by simply moving out of the way when it is performed.
While not a standard
Slayer task, players may kill arhats if contracted by Ling or Sojobo to slay acolytes of Seiryu, rewarding a set amount of Slayer experience and a quantity of chimes upon turning in the contract.
Arhats have a very rare chance to drop
Seiryu's claw; combining it with Seiryu's fang assembles the Mizuyari, a tier 85 spear-type weapon.
Main drops Edit
Magic stock 2–8 (noted) Common 420–1,680
Sapphire amulet 2; 4–5; 7 (noted) Common 3,102–10,857
Sapphire bracelet 2–7 (noted) Common 2,904–10,164
Unpowered orb 4–8 (noted) Common 1,252–2,504
Chimes 50–100 Uncommon Not sold
Ring of recoil 2–8 (noted) Uncommon 2,802–11,208
Water orb 2–5 (noted) Uncommon 5,874–14,685
Draconic visage 1 Rare (1/512) [d 1] 1,240,781
Adamant sq shield 2 (noted) Common 10,650
Weapon poison+ (2) 2 (noted) Common 1,692
Magic potion (2) 1–3 (noted) Uncommon 2,858–8,574
Water talisman 1–3 (noted) Uncommon 6,647–19,941
Adamant claw 2 (noted) Common 11,258
Adamant sword 2 (noted) Common 6,302
Water battlestaff 1–3 (noted) Uncommon 8,264–24,792
Seiryu's claw 1 Very rare (1/1,024) [d 2] Not sold
Tertiary drops Edit
^ Mod Timbo.
"Revealing Drop Rates." 17 November 2017. Developers' Blogs. ^ Mod Shauny.
"Dev Blog: Revealing Drop Rates." 1 December 2017. Existing Game Content Forums.
Universal drops Edit
Universal drops are dropped by nearly every monster outside of Daemonheim.
These drops are dropped alongside main drops.
Key token 1 Rare Not sold
An arhat is a Buddhist saint. Depending on the school of Buddhism, it may or may not represent the final step on the path toward nirvana.