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Iban's Temple is a small building located at the end of the Underground Pass Dungeon. It is visited briefly during the Underground Pass quest. During the quest, players must throw the Doll of Iban into the well at the centre of the temple while being hit by Iban's spells. It is recommended you access this part on a crowded world, because any other person doing any of the quests may be able to provide food or money.
You are required to have taken the Doll of Iban from Kardia, killed the three demons nearby for their amulets to open a chest with the soul of Iban, have killed Kalrag for the blood of Iban, have looted his coffin (strangely, he has a coffin even though he is well and alive) for Iban's ashes, and have found the remnants of Iban's dove to enter the temple. You will be unable to enter if you are not wearing Zamorak robes, which can be purchased on the Grand Exchange or obtained as a drop from nearby Disciples of Iban. You need to have jumped over five different Agility obstacles, which if you fail will damage for anywhere from 50-190 life points and drop you to the lowest level, where Klank is. Kamen can give you food for 40 coins, though that is only necessary if you fall too many times.
Once the quest is complete, players can use the Well of Voyage found within the temple to travel to Tirannwn, the land of the elves. This temple was created by Iban as a stronghold. It is possible he knew of the powers of the Well of Voyage, but in any case, he destroyed the well.
- Even after the Regicide quest, outside of the Temple, the blasts are still shot by Iban, but when you enter, it's peaceful and there is no more magic being shot. This glitch has yet to be fixed.
|Part 3 of the Elf quest series|
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