|Release date||27 February 2002 (Update)|
|Strongest monster|| During Lost City: Dramen Tree Spirit
After quest: Greater demon
|Inhabitants||Zombies, Demons, Dramen Tree Spirit|
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The Entrana dungeon is a dungeon located on the north-west corner of Entrana. Entering the dungeon will drain Prayer points.
After entering the dungeon it is not possible to climb back up to Entrana, but there is a door which leads to Draynor Village.
The Dramen tree is a focal point of the dungeon and is the only source of dramen branches, which are used during the Lost City and Recipe for Disaster: Freeing Sir Amik Varze. Cutting it for the first time will cause a Dramen tree spirit to attack, which must be defeated once in order to harvest branches.
Weapons and ArmourEdit
This is one of the few non-wilderness spots to slay greater demons. However, armour and weapons can't be brought to the island, so they must be created in the dungeon.
Rangers can craft dragonhide armour and fletch their own bows, crossbows and ammunition. Mages can craft their own magic robes such as spider silk and batwing robes, as well as their own wands and books/orbs.
It is not recommended to use melee in this dungeon, as the island lacks an anvil for making metal armour and weapons, though portable forges can be brought along. The greater demons are also highly resistant to melee attacks. It is possible to bring a godsword by dismantling it and then re-attaching the hilt once on the island. Most jewellery, such as Fremennik rings or an amulet of glory, is not restricted on Entrana and can be brought.
Runes can be brought to this dungeon, as they do not count as equipment. This makes magic a viable combat style, as players can use their most powerful spells without restriction, provided they also bring materials to craft a wand. Runes can also be used for High Level Alchemy. Bones to Peaches would allow a player to stay here longer using the bones dropped by the zombies in this dungeon, and the demons will also sometimes drop tuna.
- The dungeon's exit formerly led to the Wilderness.
- Taverley dungeon can be seen whilst in the dungeon.
|Part 1 of the Fairy Tale quest series|