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Demon bosses are encountered as part of the Demon Flash Mobs Distraction and Diversion. They serve as the main boss of the activity, although only one appears within each mob. It is protected by six imp heralds, four lesser demons and two black demons. Its name and, to some degree, its appearance is random, but the prefix and suffix of its name will affect its abilities.

Demon bosses are identified on the world map as the (Demon flash mobs map icon).

The demon boss will initially spawn at half of its life points, but will be unattackable until its lesser demons and black demons are destroyed. The demon boss will siphon life from these demons to recover lost health, hitting lesser demons for 3000 each hit (healing the same amount in the process) and hitting black demons for 6000 a hit. Players can slay the minions in order to minimize how much health the demon boss recovers and to attack the boss quicker.

Attempting to use prayers or curses, excluding Protect Item while fighting the demon will cause it to deal higher damage with higher accuracy when hitting you. Using Blood spells will also heal the demon. Using protection prayers with Devotion will not reduce or prevent damage and will be ignored. The demon will also heal 10% of the damage it deals, rounded up.

Its' attacks can occasionally remove the effects of Resonance.

Demon bosses spawn 15 minutes after a notification is given out on where their energy is building up. If the demon boss is not killed within an hour upon spawning, it will despawn, leaving players with no loot if it does so.

They are classified as Greater demons; thus, killing them counts towards any greater demon Slayer task, and also allows a player to take advantage of the abilities of Slayer boosts.

Note: In order to gain slayer experience from the demon boss, the player must kill the boss alone; if any other players damage the boss by even the slightest amount, no slayer experience will be awarded.

NamesEdit

PrefixesEdit

The boss of a demon flash mob will have a prefix to his name. This prefix determines the attacks the boss will use mainly, or what it is particularly good at.

Prefix title Effect
General Accurate melee attacks
Executioner High hitting attacks
Castellan Very high defence
Deacon User of magic

SuffixesEdit

The boss of a demon flash mob will also have a suffix to his name. This suffix determines what special abilities this boss demon has. 

Suffix Effect
Blazing Burning damage over time (50 magic damage every 2 ticks without damage reduction), can be cleared using Freedom
Corrupting Poison area of effect (everyone within 3 squares of the boss is inflicted with poison that can deal over 1000 damage)
Frostborn Ice area of effect (everyone within 3 squares of the boss is stunned for three seconds)
Glorious Stun (lasts for three seconds at a time)
Infernal Fire area of effect (5 magic damage every 2 ticks without damage reduction), can be cleared with Freedom
Obscured Drains stats of nearby players
Pestilent Poison damage over time (extremely powerful poison, dealing from 600-1100 damage)
Rending Bleeding damage over time (50 melee damage every 2 ticks without damage reduction), can be cleared with Freedom
Shattering Melee attacks hit everyone within 3 squares of the boss
Terrifying Halves adrenaline gain of nearby players

Main namesEdit

A boss demon in a flash mob will have a main name, which can either be aligned to Zaros or Zamorak. This name doesn't have any further use.

Zamorak Demons Zaros Demons Zarosian meaning
Av'aar Acidius Poisonous
Bra'k Brutio Brutal
C'tcho Cluacael
Dr'end Detiel Detaining
Eflu'vya Effluxam Vanishing
Fah'lth Fractiel Shattering
Gro'dd Grindus Grow
H'stur Haereticus Heretic
Ik'uur Impeso Charging
Jah'shu Janio Janus (Double faced)
Kla'tu Klepto Thief
Lim'uul Lucius Shining
Mord'uun Morbiel Disease
Na'ash Nullius 'No-one'
Org'one Oblator Oblates
Per'yl Pupio Orphan
Qr'rel Quietus The silent/The peaceful
Ra'hasp Rectus Upright
Sud'er Salumnos
T'lon Thantio Sweet Death
Urga'l Ulcus Avenging
V'lac Visony
We'al Wendio Wendie
X'ppe Xerkael
Ykr'ee Yahiel
Z'shuu Zonos

QuotesEdit

Fighting the pre-boss demonsEdit

  • None of you will survive my wrath!
  • My minions will feast on your bones!
  • I will wear your flesh like a cloak!
  • You killed my heralds. Your nations will burn.
  • You will all fall before my minions!
  • Those were but my weakest followers.
  • RAAAAAAARGH!
  • Fools, the true fight begins now!
  • You dare meddle in my affairs? Kill them!

Demon boss finishing off its own minionsEdit

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  • My lord! I have returned!
  • Yes... I am reborn!
  • I will consume everything!
  • BWAHAHAHAHAHAHA!
  • More! I crave more death!

Demon bossEdit

  • More pain consumed!
  • Your destruction fuels my rage!
  • I will destroy you!
  • Your flesh is weak!
  • Blood! Blood heals me!
  • Is that all? I must have more!
  • More! Give me more!
  • Bow down, mortal!
  • Now to take my place!

StrategiesEdit

Main article: Demon boss/Strategies

DropsEdit

In order to receive a drop, the player must deal at least 500 damage to the demon boss in a single hit; once this condition is met a notification will be given to the player. The player must also stay in combat with the boss until it dies to be eligible for the rewards. If the player gets out of combat by any means, they will lose the ability to get the drop from the demon, and must deal 500 damage in a single hit again to be eligible for a drop. The demon boss must also have a significant amount of health left if a "damaging" blow is dealt; if it is too low, joining players will not be eligible for rewards.

Fighting a demon boss in the Wilderness will give different drops and a drastically increased drop rate for the demon slayer equipment. Demon slayer equipment will always be included as a secondary drop, similar to clue scrolls and effigies.

A demon boss will always drop a minimum of five drops. A single player can receive five separate drops if they manage to defeat it alone. If two to four players defeat a demon, leftover drops will go to participants.

100% DropEdit

Item Quantity Rarity GE price
Infernal ashesInfernal ashes[1]1; 5Always1,056–5,280
Accursed ashesAccursed ashes[2]1Always98

CharmsEdit

No charmGold charmGreen charmCrimson charmBlue charm
64–69%3–5%0–0.2%2–4%24–28%
Represents a 90% confidence range based on a sample of 1,123 kills.
3 charms are dropped at a time.
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ArmourEdit

Item Quantity Rarity GE price
Rune platebodyRune platebody1Uncommon37,699
Rune platelegsRune platelegs1Uncommon37,012
Dragon helmDragon helm[2]1Rare58,746
Demon slayer circletDemon slayer circlet1Rare36,430
Demon slayer torsoDemon slayer torso1Rare87,534
Demon slayer skirtDemon slayer skirt1Rare95,186
Demon slayer glovesDemon slayer gloves1Rare101,725
Demon slayer bootsDemon slayer boots1Rare436,394

WeaponsEdit

Item Quantity Rarity GE price
Dragon longswordDragon longsword1Uncommon57,383
Rune 2h swordRune 2h sword[2]1Uncommon36,883
Demon slayer crossbowDemon slayer crossbow1Rare178,453
Off-hand demon slayer crossbowOff-hand demon slayer crossbow1Rare77,372

Herbs and SeedsEdit

Item Quantity Rarity GE price
Grimy iritGrimy irit[3]14; 30Uncommon45,514–97,530
Grimy avantoeGrimy avantoe[4]8; 20Uncommon13,360–33,400
Grimy lantadymeGrimy lantadyme[5]5; 10Uncommon16,140–32,280
Grimy torstolGrimy torstol3Uncommon11,994
Lantadyme seed 5Lantadyme seed[6]2; 3Uncommon1,170–1,755
Torstol seed 5Torstol seed[2]1Rare1,314

LogsEdit

Item Quantity Rarity GE price
Yew logsYew logs60Uncommon11,760
Maple logsMaple logs200Uncommon13,800
Magic logsMagic logs[2]40Uncommon20,720

Ores, bars and gemsEdit

Item Quantity Rarity GE price
CoalCoal80Common11,120
Mithril oreMithril ore40Uncommon18,480
Mithril barMithril bar20Uncommon32,620
Runite oreRunite ore[2]5Uncommon56,270
Uncut rubyUncut ruby10–20Uncommon20,820–41,640
Adamant barAdamant bar[2]25Uncommon76,750
Rune barRune bar[2]4Uncommon55,196

TitlesEdit

The name of the demon boss killed determines which demonic title scrolls it can drop. For example, a demon named General Acidius the Blazing can drop Demonic title scroll (general) and Demonic title scroll (blazing).

Item Quantity Rarity GE price
Demonic title scroll (terrifying)Demonic title scroll (terrifying)1Rare10,401,607
Demonic title scroll (shattering)Demonic title scroll (shattering)1Rare15,855,849
Demonic title scroll (rending)Demonic title scroll (rending)1Rare453,736
Demonic title scroll (pestilent)Demonic title scroll (pestilent)1Rare2,437,241
Demonic title scroll (obscured)Demonic title scroll (obscured)1Rare3,697,934
Demonic title scroll (infernal)Demonic title scroll (infernal)1Rare23,666,664
Demonic title scroll (glorious)Demonic title scroll (glorious)1Rare25,990,741
Demonic title scroll (frostborn)Demonic title scroll (frostborn)1Rare103,457,316
Demonic title scroll (corrupting)Demonic title scroll (corrupting)1Rare3,809,627
Demonic title scroll (blazing)Demonic title scroll (blazing)1Rare68,207,836
Demonic title scroll (castellan)Demonic title scroll (castellan)1Rare3,250,000
Demonic title scroll (deacon)Demonic title scroll (deacon)1Rare3,849,614
Demonic title scroll (executioner)Demonic title scroll (executioner)1Rare11,750,109
Demonic title scroll (general)Demonic title scroll (general)1Rare13,629,631

MiscellaneousEdit

Item Quantity Rarity GE price
Coins 10000Coins[7]20,000; 45,000Uncommon20,000–45,000
Demon clawDemon claw4–8Uncommon35,896–71,792
Infernal ashesInfernal ashes[8]30; 40; 60Uncommon31,680–63,360
Shield left halfShield left half1Uncommon64,155
Green dragonhideGreen dragonhide[2]30Uncommon56,250
Red dragonhideRed dragonhide[2]15Uncommon45,450
Black dragonhideBlack dragonhide[2]10Uncommon36,270

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
  1. ^ The amount of 5 is dropped in the Wilderness.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k Acts as a normal drop so it's only given to the player that dealt most damage.
  3. ^ The amount of 30 is dropped in the Wilderness.
  4. ^ The amount of 20 is dropped in the Wilderness.
  5. ^ The amount of 10 is dropped in the Wilderness.
  6. ^ The amount of 3 is dropped in the Wilderness.
  7. ^ 45,000 is dropped in the Wilderness and 20,000 outside
  8. ^ The amount of 60 is only dropped in the Wilderness.

TriviaEdit

  • On release, the demon boss would deal increased damage if any prayers/curses were being used. Due to player complaints about Wilderness spawns (at the time, skulls had been removed) which forced players to bring cheaper weapons or risk dying due to both the threat of player killers and the damage/accuracy of the boss, this was changed to allow the Protect Item prayer/curse to be used without any penalties.
  • The demon boss had 480,000 life points before they were lowered on 2 February, 2015. It also had a defence level of 132.
  • The demon boss has a total of 2080 possible names.

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