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General Graardor is the leader of the army of Bandos within the God Wars Dungeon. He is one of the last known surviving members of the ourg race, a species of powerful ogre-like creatures who served Bandos' armies, and which almost completely died out over the course of numerous wars.

General Graardor can be fought inside Bandos' Stronghold in the God Wars Dungeon. He has no weakness and moderately high defence, and cannot be stunned or poisoned. He attacks with a powerful arm thrust that can frequently hit over 1500 damage. He also has a Ranged attack that is capable of hitting all players in the room for up to 500+ damage. Additionally, he has three minions: Sergeant Strongstack, who uses melee; Sergeant Steelwill, who uses Magic; and Sergeant Grimspike, who uses Ranged. Since the update on 28 January 2013 increasing Graardor's maximum hit by 800-900 and the ease of K'ril Tsutaroth, he became the second most popular God Wars boss, with the prior having full worlds and several people attempting to take said worlds every hour. He is the only monster in the game to drop the Bandos hilt, used to construct the popular Bandos godsword. Because he is the second most popular God Wars Dungeon boss, the supply of Bandos hilts is the second highest of all godsword hilts. He drops the highly coveted parts of the Bandos armour set, making competition fairly intense.

Fighting General Graardor

A player fighting the General.

Graardor's melee attack can deal large amounts of damage, up to 2200+. In addition, he may perform a ranged attack by punching the ground with his right fist creating a shock wave that hits everyone in the room.

Despite displaying no weaknesses, General Graardor has very high range defence in normal mode. It is not advised to use this combat style when fighting him, as even those using ascension crossbows will struggle to hit him. In hard mode, his range defence is actually the lowest and his magic defence the highest.

To reach General Graardor, players must enter the Bandos encampment of the God Wars Dungeon to the north-west, requiring 70 Strength. To enter his lair, the player needs to have a Killcount of 40 Bandos followers, with goblins and spiritual rangers being the weakest followers of Bandos.

PersonalityEdit

Graardor is a warmonger who, as his ranking in his army would indicate, shares the same ideals of his god Bandos; he loves fighting and killing his opponents. Like Bandos, Graardor hates anything that relates to peace, shown during The Mighty Fall where he threatens to crush the player when they mention the word peace.

He is also known to have massive pride in himself, refusing to accept defeat. During his stay in the Empyrean Citadel, if asked about the battle in Guthix's chambers, he will claim that he was never there. Later on in the Kyzaj tournament, if the player kills Zanik and is asked about the duel they just had, he will state that he "had a bad day".

HistoryEdit

Early historyEdit

Graardor boss room

Graardor and his bodyguards.

Details regarding General Graardor's history are sparse. The ourg race, inclusive of Graardor, arrived at Gielinor from Yu'biusk in the early Third Age along with ogres, goblins, and orks. However, it is likely that Graardor was born some time during the God Wars.

According to an autobiography about him written by a Bandosian follower called Amanuensis, Graardor was about seven to eight feet tall as a young ourg, and was unable to partake in the battles that the adults of his tribe went to. One day, he eventually got enough courage to duel the tribe leader and killed him. This allowed him to go to war, and also made him the new leader of his tribe. He killed more then anyone else in the tribe. Graardor was eventually prompted by Bandos to visit and raid a nearby town for a bag of gold, which he did not really care about. Returning home with his loot, he noticed goblins who fought for the gold. Graardor used the gold to buy the loyalty of the many goblin tribes, though this did not last forever as his opponents were either too poor or moved away, so he began selling his armies to young gods. He then used the gold they paid to buy more goblin tribes to sell to other gods, though he was never happy with this as he longed for Bandos' voice.

Graardor, during the late Third Age, was one of Bandos' most favoured soldiers. Like many ourgs, such as Yokrad and Blorgak, his talents earned him many leadership positions in Bandos's army. His strategic military tactics, as well as his simple physical strength, made him an ideal leader. Graardor's physical strength was such that he eventually learned to fight both with weaponry and with his bare hands.

Guthixian campaignEdit

Most of Graardor's accomplishments during the God Wars have been long-forgotten. As seen in the FunOrb strategy game Armies of Gielinor, Graardor is known to have actively participated in the Bandosians' efforts to repel Guthixian forces in what is now the Wilderness, in what would have been the late Third Age. Given the game's approach to canon, certain elements of Graardor's role in the game may not be canonical.

Graardor appears in both the "God Wars" and "End of An Age" levels as a commander of Bandos's forces and is a prominent enemy of the player. During the "God Wars" level, which is set in the northwest Wilderness, Graardor commands the Bandosian army in what gradually becomes an all-out five-way battle between the forces of Bandos, Saradomin, Armadyl, Zamorak, and Guthix. Other key Third Age leaders such as Pazuzu, Wingman Skree, and Brother Constantius were amongst those whom Graardor faced.

Graardor also makes an appearance in the game's final level, "End of An Age." The level represents one of the God Wars' final battles, during which many forces clashed with the Guthixian army. Graardor, Commander Zilyana, Dag'eth, and other Third Age leaders are amongst those present. Although Guthix is ultimately victorious during the battle, Graardor and a number of other leaders evidently managed to escape, and later re-emerged.

The godswordEdit

Graardor's last task in Bandos's forces came in the late Third Age, when a hasty alliance between Bandos, Saradomin, and Armadyl fought against Zamorak in what is now called the God Wars Dungeon of Troll Country. The battle was evidently fought in an effort to claim the godsword, an extremely powerful weapon crafted by the Icyene, which has the fabled power to kill a god.

Although initially the battle was fought only between Zamorak and the Alliance, distrust between the Gods' armies quickly led to the conflict erupting into four-way chaos. Graardor, content with this, oversaw the construction of a rudimentary base of operations in an offshoot of the cave. This fortress, now known as "Bandos' Stronghold," served to house both Graardor and troops rotating out of combat in the main chamber. Graardor himself was placed under the protection of Goblin Sergeants Strongstack, Steelwill, and Grimspike.

During the course of the fighting, a spell cast by an unknown army backfired upon the entire cavern, freezing the entire cave perfectly in place. Graardor was amongst those left imprisoned. Very shortly after this occurred, the god Guthix established the Edicts of Guthix, preventing the direct involvement of any deity in Gielinor. The departure of the world's Gods and the subsequent end of the God Wars meant that the cavern was forgotten, and Graardor would remain frozen in time with its warring armies for more than 2,000 years to come.

In the recent Fifth Age, investigations by both the dwarven explorer Nestor Peregrine and the Asgarnian Temple Knights nearly resulted in the cave's (and Graardor's) rediscovery. In 169, tectonic movement in the neighboring Wilderness caused large portions of the cave to defrost, eventually leading to the release of most of the cavern's population. Unaware that the God Wars have ended, Graardor and the rest of the battle's leaders have resumed the battle for the godsword once again, seemingly unaware that centuries have passed since the end of the wars.

The World WakesEdit

Puny balance god stop wars returning. Bandos - almighty war god - desire battle, so Graardor create it.
Graardor arrives

Graardor and his minions breach the walls of the temple.

When the archaeologist Orlando Smith discovered the last resting place of Guthix in 169 of the Fifth Age, it set off alarms that alerted the God Wars factions in an attempt to assassinate Guthix. Graardor, not very intelligent, did not appear with the other three generals (Zilyana, K'ril and Kree'arra); in fact, he was the last general to arrive. Trying to reach the central chamber, each of the gods' factions attacked one store room wing (while Zilyana and her army stormed in after the others were defeated). Graardor eventually managed to brutally make his way into one of the store rooms, only to be met by Thaerisk Cemphier, Chaeldar and a powerful adventurer. Determined to slay Guthix, bring Bandos back to Gielinor, and fight in another God Wars, Graardor charged the trio with his minions. After a tough battle, he was defeated and, forced to flee, exited the room speedily.

Missing, Presumed DeathEdit

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General Graardor's voice during Missing, Presumed Death.

Graardor accompanied Bandos to Sliske's "Grand Ascendancy". After the Dragonkin Strisath is released by Sliske, he and the other god followers leave the Empyrean Citadel.

The Mighty FallEdit

The Mighty Fall - fighting General Graardor

Graardor in the final round of the Kyzaj Tournament.

After learning of Bandos's death, Graardor and with several other Bandosian followers attempted to launch an attack on Zanik and the Dorgeshuun, claiming them as responsible for the death of Bandos. However, the Bandosians are delayed by arguments over who is the leader and they agree to decide it with the traditional Kyzaj Tournament, which Graardor has won many times in the past. In the tournament, Graardor easily defeats his first two opponents Hobnob and Bork, but is ultimately defeated in the final round by the World Guardian. He outright kills Hobnob and tries to kill Bork, but is stopped by Zarador, as arbiter, who chose to spare Bork as he did not wish to see the orks wiped out, aware that it would one day happen to the ourgs.

As the two remaining finalists in the tournament, Zarador told the adventurer that they had to use the Kyzaj, an ancient and traditional tournament weapon. The adventurer was quickly taught by Zanik and dueled Graardor, who used a large variety of attacks to kill them. Despite his best efforts, Graardor was defeated by them. When Zarador tossed Zanik down, he forced the adventurer to decide Zanik's fate. If Zanik is spared, Graardor refuses to be her lieutenant and leaves. If Zanik is killed, Graardor will be pleased with their decision, and if asked about the battle, states that he "had a bad day". Regardless of the adventurer's choice, he returns to the Temple of Lost Ancients to claim the Godsword.

AbilitiesEdit

Hard Mode/The World WakesEdit

When fought in hard mode and during The World Wakes, General Graardor has a selection of attacks and abilities at his disposal, which he will use periodically. They are as follows.

Running under Graardor will result in the player getting dealt with 250 damage and be bound for three ticks.

Graardor Smash
General Graardor will yell "Graardor smash!", smashing his fist into the ground and causing rocks to fall from the ceiling. Shadows will appear in the area they are about to fall, and they can be avoided by running away. Players will be dealt with 600-1000 damage per rock, and being hit by multiple rocks is extremely dangerous.

Graardor Protect
When General Graardor crouches in a defensive stance and says "Graardor protect!", half of the damage dealt will be sent back to the player, similar to Deflect Curses. It's easy to counter it by not attacking him.

Graardor Mad
When General Graardor yells "Graardor mad!", he will stop moving and rapidly punch the area in front of him for massive damage. This can be avoided by running behind him and continuing to attack him from there.

The Mighty FallEdit

When fought during The Mighty Fall, Graardor wields a Kyzaj which he uses to attack the player. He has three special attacks in this fight. He will also deal heavy damage to players who stand underneath him for too long.

Kyzaj swing
Graardor holds his Kyzaj to his side momentarily before performing a horizontal swing. This deals 40% of the player's maximum life points in damage if it hits. This can be avoided by moving away from where he aims.

Shockwave
Graardor strikes the arena and creates a shockwave which deals unavoidable damage. This attack deals less damage to the player if they are further away from the middle of the arena.

Arena strike
Graardor slams his Kyzaj onto the arena and breaks part of it off, making it smaller. This deals heavy damage to a player stood on the part of the arena that gets destroyed. He will perform this attack 4 times during the fight - when he's at 80, 60, 40 and 20% of his full health.

StrategyEdit

QuotesEdit

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Death to our enemies!
When in battle, General Graardor may utter the following quotes, all of which are voiced as of 10 January 2011:
  • "Death to our enemies!"
  • "Brargh!"
  • "Break their bones!"
  • "For the glory of Bandos!"
  • "Split their skulls!"
  • "We feast on the bones of our enemies tonight!"
  • "CHAAARGE!"
  • "Crush them underfoot!"
  • "All glory to Bandos!"
  • "GRRRAAAAAR!"
  • "FOR THE GLORY OF THE BIG HIGH WAR GOD!"

DropsEdit

100% DropEdit

Item Quantity Rarity GE price
Ourg bones (General Graardor)Ourg bones (General Graardor)1Always6,377

CharmsEdit

No charmGold charmGreen charmCrimson charmBlue charm
41–44%18–20%13–15%14–15%9–11%
Represents a 90% confidence range.
Based on a sample of 4,979 kills.
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Normal mode dropsEdit

Item Quantity Rarity GE price
Rune longswordRune longsword1Common18,016
Rune 2h swordRune 2h sword1Uncommon36,653
Rune pickaxeRune pickaxe1Uncommon18,564
Rune platebodyRune platebody1Common37,295
Runite oreRunite ore(noted)Uncommon22,306
Adamantite oreAdamantite ore15–20 (noted)Common17,355–23,140
CoalCoal115–120 (noted)Common20,355–21,240
Coins 10000Coins19,902–21,000Common19,902–21,000
Snapdragon seed 5Snapdragon seed1Common497
Magic logsMagic logs15–20 (noted)Uncommon10,200–13,600
Super restore (4)Super restore (4)3Uncommon20,013
Grimy snapdragonGrimy snapdragon(noted)Uncommon15,666
Bandos chestplateBandos chestplate1Rare[1]3,037,520
Bandos tassetsBandos tassets1Rare[2]1,623,571
Bandos bootsBandos boots1Rare[3]482,834
Bandos glovesBandos gloves1Rare278,140
Bandos warshieldBandos warshield1Rare94,019
Bandos helmetBandos helmet1Rare147,184
Godsword shard 1Godsword shard 11Rare[4]147,333
Godsword shard 2Godsword shard 21Rare[5]147,207
Godsword shard 3Godsword shard 31Rare[6]147,287
Bandos hiltBandos hilt1Rare[7]303,633
Rare drop tableRare drop table1RareNot sold

Hard mode dropsEdit

Item Quantity Rarity GE price
Coins 10000Coins15,629–78,500Common15,629–78,500
Ourg bones (General Graardor)Ourg bones (General Graardor)(noted)Uncommon31,885
Dragon longswordDragon longsword1Uncommon56,419
Adamant barAdamant bar15–20Uncommon42,945–57,260
Snapdragon seed 5Snapdragon seed10–13Uncommon4,970–6,461
Uncut dragonstoneUncut dragonstone3–4Uncommon40,491–53,988
CoalCoal153–187 (noted)Uncommon27,081–33,099
Grimy snapdragonGrimy snapdragon15 (noted)Uncommon78,330
Rune platebodyRune platebody2Uncommon74,590
Yew seed 5Yew seed1Rare41,020
Bandos chestplateBandos chestplate1Rare[8]3,037,520
Bandos tassetsBandos tassets1Rare[9]1,623,571
Bandos bootsBandos boots1Rare[10]482,834
Bandos glovesBandos gloves1Rare278,140
Bandos warshieldBandos warshield1Rare94,019
Bandos helmetBandos helmet1Rare147,184
Godsword shard 1Godsword shard 11Rare[11]147,333
Godsword shard 2Godsword shard 21Rare[12]147,207
Godsword shard 3Godsword shard 31Rare[13]147,287
Bandos hiltBandos hilt1Rare[14]303,633
Rare drop tableRare drop table1RareNot sold

Tertiary drops (both modes)Edit

Item Quantity Rarity GE price
Warpriest of Bandos helm (75)Warpriest of Bandos helm1Varies[15]Not sold
Warpriest of Bandos cuirass (75)Warpriest of Bandos cuirass1Varies[15]Not sold
Warpriest of Bandos greaves (75)Warpriest of Bandos greaves1Varies[15]Not sold
Warpriest of Bandos gauntlets (75)Warpriest of Bandos gauntlets1Varies[15]Not sold
Warpriest of Bandos boots (75)Warpriest of Bandos boots1Varies[15]Not sold
Warpriest of Bandos cape (75)Warpriest of Bandos cape1Varies[15]Not sold
Clue scroll (hard)Clue scroll (hard)1RareNot sold
Spirit sapphireSpirit sapphire1RareNot sold
Spirit emeraldSpirit emerald1RareNot sold
Spirit rubySpirit ruby1RareNot sold
Starved ancient effigyStarved ancient effigy1RareNot sold
The Glory of General GraardorThe Glory of General Graardor1Rare[16]Not sold
Clue scroll (elite)Clue scroll (elite)1RareNot sold
SacrificeSacrifice1Rare[17]Not sold
DevotionDevotion1Rare[17]Not sold
TransfigureTransfigure1Rare[17]Not sold
Decaying toothDecaying tooth1Very rare[18]Not sold
Femur boneFemur bone1Common[19]Not sold

Tertiary drops (hard mode only)Edit

Item Quantity Rarity GE price
Bandosian soulstoneBandosian soulstone1Uncommon[20]Not sold
  1. ^ Estimated at 1/282 using gathered Adventurer's Log data as of 18 September 2012.
  2. ^ Estimated at 1/272 using gathered Adventurer's Log data as of 18 September 2012.
  3. ^ Estimated at 1/276 using gathered Adventurer's Log data as of 18 September 2012.
  4. ^ Estimated at 1/546 using gathered Adventurer's Log data as of 18 September 2012.
  5. ^ Estimated at 1/554 using gathered Adventurer's Log data as of 18 September 2012.
  6. ^ Estimated at 1/508 using gathered Adventurer's Log data as of 18 September 2012.
  7. ^ Estimated at 1/390 using gathered Adventurer's Log data as of 18 September 2012.
  8. ^ Estimated at 1/282 using gathered Adventurer's Log data as of 18 September 2012.
  9. ^ Estimated at 1/272 using gathered Adventurer's Log data as of 18 September 2012.
  10. ^ Estimated at 1/276 using gathered Adventurer's Log data as of 18 September 2012.
  11. ^ Estimated at 1/546 using gathered Adventurer's Log data as of 18 September 2012.
  12. ^ Estimated at 1/554 using gathered Adventurer's Log data as of 18 September 2012.
  13. ^ Estimated at 1/508 using gathered Adventurer's Log data as of 18 September 2012.
  14. ^ Estimated at 1/390 using gathered Adventurer's Log data as of 18 September 2012.
  15. ^ a b c d e f Players who previously bought this in The Bird and the Beast will have a greater chance of receiving this as a drop.
  16. ^ Dropped to all players in the room, alongside one of the rare unique item drops.
  17. ^ a b c Abilities are not dropped as items; instead, they are simply learned when the boss is killed, prompting the message: You have unlocked the <Ability> ability!. They are dropped alongside the main drop.
  18. ^ Has a base drop rate of 1/5,000 (normal mode) or 1/1,000 chance (hard mode), both with a threshold of 1000.
  19. ^ Only obtainable during the Fur 'n' Seek/Wish list.
  20. ^ The Bandosian soulstone cannot be obtained via the Lootshare system. Drop rate of 1/25 - https://twitter.com/JagexTimbo/status/557600452150579200

Rare drop table dropsEdit

This monster has access to the rare drop table.
A ring of wealth, luck potion or collector's insignia are not required to access the table.
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Item Quantity Rarity GE price
Coins 1000Coins250–500; 3,000Common250–3,000
Uncut sapphireUncut sapphire1Common1,038
Uncut emeraldUncut emerald1Common2,161
Uncut rubyUncut ruby1Common3,117
Uncut diamondUncut diamond1Common4,863
Uncut diamondUncut diamond45–55 (noted)Rare218,835–267,465
Loop half of a keyLoop half of a key1Common18,795
Tooth half of a keyTooth half of a key1Common24,810
Uncut dragonstoneUncut dragonstone1Uncommon13,497
Uncut dragonstoneUncut dragonstone45–55 (noted)Rare607,365–742,335
Dragon longswordDragon longsword1Common56,419
Dragon spearDragon spear1Rare36,173
BattlestaffBattlestaff180–220 (noted)Rare1,246,140–1,523,060
Rune javelinRune javelin5Rare940
Rune platebodyRune platebody1Uncommon37,295
Rune platebodyRune platebody15–25 (noted)Rare559,425–932,375
Shield left halfShield left half1Rare63,467
Dragon helmDragon helm1Uncommon58,215
Rune arrowheads 5Rune arrowheads113–137Common21,018–25,482
Onyx bolts 5Onyx bolts135–165Very rare1,056,240–1,290,960
Vecna skullVecna skull1Very rare72,324
Chaos talismanChaos talisman1Rare1,402
Nature talismanNature talisman1Rare1,145
Water talismanWater talisman65–82 (noted)Rare487,695–615,246
Earth talismanEarth talisman65–82 (noted)Rare157,235–198,358
Fire talismanFire talisman25–35 (noted)Rare49,075–68,705
Raw lobsterRaw lobster135–165 (noted)Common14,580–17,820
Raw sharkRaw shark225–275 (noted)Uncommon247,500–302,500
Big bonesBig bones72–90 (noted)Uncommon25,992–32,490
Dragon bonesDragon bones180–220 (noted)Rare304,200–371,800
CoalCoal200–1,100 (noted)Uncommon35,400–194,700
Gold oreGold ore90–110 (noted)Common12,960–15,840
Adamantite oreAdamantite ore180–220 (noted)Uncommon208,260–254,540
Adamant barAdamant bar14–16 (noted)Common40,082–45,808
Adamant barAdamant bar135–165 (noted)Rare386,505–472,395
Runite oreRunite ore90–110 (noted)Rare1,003,770–1,226,830
Rune barRune bar(noted)Common41,502
Rune barRune bar45–55 (noted)Rare622,530–760,870
Grimy torstolGrimy torstol90–110 (noted)Uncommon439,830–537,570
Grimy snapdragonGrimy snapdragon90–110 (noted)Uncommon469,980–574,420
Super restore (4)Super restore (4)45–55 (noted)Uncommon300,195–366,905
Prayer potion (4)Prayer potion (4)45–55 (noted)Uncommon182,295–222,805
Lantadyme seed 5Lantadyme seed14–16Uncommon10,584–12,096
Dwarf weed seed 5Dwarf weed seed14–16Uncommon8,806–10,064
Magic seed 5Magic seed4Uncommon391,328
Palm tree seed 5Palm tree seed10Rare1,538,120
FlaxFlax450–550 (noted)Common4,050–4,950
Molten glassMolten glass45–55 (noted)Common10,890–13,310
Soft claySoft clay450–550 (noted)Uncommon144,000–176,000
Yew logsYew logs68–82Uncommon12,920–15,580
Yew logsYew logs675–825 (noted)Rare128,250–156,750
Teak plankTeak plank45–55 (noted)Uncommon39,330–48,070
Mahogany plankMahogany plank270–330 (noted)Rare662,850–810,150
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

TriviaEdit

General Graardor Toy

A General Graardor plushie found during the 2010 Easter Event.

  • When you kill General Graardor, your Adventurer's log will say "I killed General Graardor, a huge warchief."
    • Killing more than one will result in "I killed # General Graardors, all huge warchiefs."
  • A puzzle box featuring Graardor can be obtained on Elite Treasure Trails.
  • Prior to the release of The Chosen Commander on 17 March 2009, General Graardor referred to Bandos as the "Big High War God" in his battle cries.
  • Prior to an update, Graardor's 100% drop were big bones rather than the ourg bones he drops as of now.
  • An update changed Graardor's maximum hit due to complaints on how easy he was due to the Evolution of Combat.
  • During The World Wakes or doing Graardor in hard mode, when Graardor uses his special attack, he shouts "Graardor Smash!". This is a reference to the Incredible Hulk's "Hulk Smash!".
  • It is shown that Graardor has excessive pride, as he seems to make an excuse to cover his defeats up. In Missing, Presumed Death, if the player asks about defeating him in Cres' chamber, he will say that he "wasn't there" when Guthix died. In The Mighty Fall, he'll state that he had a "bad day".
  • Graardor is the only general in the God Wars Dungeon who doesn't have wings.

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