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A continuation of the Champion Challenges, involving the 5 other seated Champions.

 

 

 

==Champions Ring==

 

 

 

This will be a rare drop from monsters that drop Champion Scrolls. They will replace the Champion Scroll drop after youve beat the Champion of that species (ie: from a Goblin after youve defeated the Goblin Champion) with the same drop rate as the Champion scroll of that species. They will make obtaining Champion Scrolls noticeably easier, increasing the chance of it being dropped by 4x.

 

 

 

==Champions of Champions==

 

 

 

The other Champions of Champions, namely the Elves, Dwarves, Gnomes, TzHaar and Werewolves. These Champion Scrolls are obtainable ONLY after having defeated Leon DCour. They are dropped by:

 

 

 

Gnome Champion Scroll: Gnome Guards (lvl 23), pickpocketing Gnomes (extremely rare)

 

Dwarf Champion Scroll: Dwarf (lvl 7/10/11/20), Black Guard (lvl 25/48), Black Guard Berserker (lvl 66), Chaos Dwarf (lvl 48)

 

Elf Champion Scroll: Elf Warriors (lvl 90/180), Mourners (lvl 11/108), pickpocketing Elves (extremely rare)

 

TzHaar Champion Scroll: TzHaar-Ket (lvl 149), TzHaar-Xil (lvl 133), TzHaar-Mej (lvl 103), TzHaar-Hur (lvl 74)

 

Werewolf Champion Scroll: Werewolf (lvl 88/93), Canifis Man/woman (lvl 24)

 

 

 

These Champions should pose a far higher threat than the lower Champions from before, using a limited amount of food (like Revenants), access to and switching Prayers (like Sigmund from Dorgeshuun quest series or Tormented Demons) and two or more attack styles. This means they will be protect from one of your attack styles after having sustained a certain amount of damage to it. They will also switch their attack styles after you protect against theirs and finally, like Revenants, they will heal up after having lost a certain amount of HP.

 

Also, all champions (save the TzHaars) can run up to the player (same speed as a players running).

 

 

 

In any case, these champions should actually feel like youre fighting a true champion.

 

 

 

1. Elf Champion Ryswr

 

 

 

Penalty: No magic attacks

 

Level: 184

 

HP: 240

 

Primary attack style: Ranged (Crystal Bow)

 

Secondary attack style: Melee (Crystal Pike)

 

Max hit: 22, 19

 

Appearance: White hair, elegant silver/crystal, body-fitting armour.

 

Synopsis: Former General under Baxtorian. Old even under Elven standards, master bowman and excellent with the Pike.

 

Notable fighting trait: Can attack you from a distance even with the pike (like Halberds), it can also stun you (like Dragon spears special attack).

 

 

 

2. TzHaar Champion TzHaar-Kot-Mor

 

 

 

Penalty: No armour

 

Level: 225

 

HP: 245

 

Primary attack style: Melee (Arms), Ranged (boulders) and Magic (fireballs)

 

Secondary attack style: None

 

Max hit: 40 (all styles)

 

Appearance: like a TzHaar-Ket, just a tad bit bigger.

 

Synopsis: Former TzHaar-Ket that was stronger than his adversaries. Said to have fought and beat down Ket-Zeks.

 

Notable fighting traits: Much like fighting a miniature TzTok-Jad. He will only use melee if youre within Melee distance. His Ranged and Magic attacks will announce themselves, though with a shorter interval than Jads would.

 

 

 

3. Dwarf champion ?

 

 

 

Penalty: No potions

 

Level: 175

 

HP: 150

 

Primary attack style: Melee (Battleaxe)

 

Secondary attack style: Ranged (Thrown axes)

 

Max hit: 18 (28), 15

 

Appearance: Like a Black Guard Berserker, but with blue armour and a medium helmet (much like the Dwarven helmet) revealing his beard.

 

Synopsis: Former leader of the Keldagrim Black Guard.

 

Notable fighting traits: His battleaxe has a special attack with more power (max hit: 28) which lowers your fighting abilities. He cant use this often though. Protect from Melee will totally block this though).

 

 

 

4. Gnome champion ?

 

 

 

Penalty: No prayer

 

Level: 125

 

HP: 200

 

Primary attack style: Magic (much like Claws of Guthix, minus the secondary ability)

 

Secondary attack style: Ranged (a small bow)

 

Max hit: 14 (both)

 

Appearance: An armoured gnome with a bow quiver on his back, with a staff in his hand)

 

Synopsis: A former 10th squad member.

 

Notable fighting traits: At 150 HP, hell cast a shield on himself to block all damage, hell summon 3 Veteran Terrorbirds (lvl 75, 60HP Melee only) hell also heal up to 200HP. The shield drops when all summoned creatures are defeated.

 

At 100 HP, hell cast the shield and hell summon 2 Veteran Tortoises (lvl 100, 90HP, Melee only), hell heal up to 150 HP.

 

At 50HP, hell cast the shield and hell summon a Black Demon, hell heal up to 100 HP.

 

 

 

5. Werewolf Champion ?

 

 

 

Penalty: No special attacks

 

Level: 200

 

HP: 175

 

Primary attack style: Magic (Slayer dart-like attack)

 

Secondary attack style: Melee

 

Max hit: 18, 17

 

Appearance: An armoured Werewolf.

 

Synopsis: A werewolf adventurer.

 

Notable fighting traits: Attacks fast and accurate. Low defences though.

 

 

 

== Rewards==

 

 

 

After having defeated your last Champion, youll be awarded a one-time 75,000 Slayer and Hitpoints experience. Youll also get 2 untradeable items from Larxus:

 

 

 

1) Cape of Champions:

 

 

 

A blue cape with white fur strip on the bottom (much like capes Royalty wear). It can be repurchased from Larxus for 99,000 coins if you were to lose it.

 

 

 

Stats:

 

 

 

Attack Bonuses:

 

Stab: +4

 

Slash: +4

 

Crush: +4

 

Ranged: +4

 

Magic: +4

 

 

 

Defence bonuses:

 

Stab: +3

 

Slash: +3

 

Crush: +3

 

Ranged: +3

 

Magic: +3

 

Summoning: +3

 

 

 

Other:

 

Strength: +3

 

Ranged Strength: +0

 

Prayer: +3

 

 

 

Other functions: Right-click operate to perform a unique emote: a pile of bones will appear in front of the Players feet, he will place one foot on the pile of bones and raise his fist in sign of victory.

 

 

 

2) Champions Crown

 

 

 

A silver crown (same in appearance as the one various royalty in RuneScape wear). It can be repurchased from Larxus for 55,000 coins if you were to lose it.

 

 

 

Stats:

 

 

 

+1 on all, save Ranged Strength.

 

 

 

Other functions: This can be enchanted by taking it to some people, enchantments being:

 

 

 

1. Protection from desert heat: Take the crown to Sophanem High Priest after Dealing With Scabaras, have an Enchanted water tiara in inventory.

 

2. Runecrafting tiara: Take the crown to Wizard Elriss in the Runecrafting Guild (50 Runecrafting required). She will enchant the crown if you can show her the crown with a Omni-tiara in your inventory.

 

3. Sapphire light source: Take it to Oldak in Dorgesh-Kaan after Death of the Dorgeshuun and Tears of Guthix with a lit Miner helmet (65 Firemaking required) and a lit Sapphire lantern in your inventory. If the crown is worn after this, Light creatures will become a clickable (much like how Mysterious ruins (Runecrafting) become clickable if youre wearing the proper Tiara).

 

4. Power-up: Take it to Mawnis Burrowgar in Neitiznot after completion of The Fremennik Isles with a Helm of Neitiznot in your inventory, this enchantment will cost 50,000 coins as well. After this, the Crowns stats will be the same as a Helm of Neitiznot, with a +1 extra on everything, save Ranged Strength.

 

5. Storing summoning scrolls: Take it to Pikkupstix with 65 Summoning. Itll hold 135 Summoning scrolls.

 

6. Sign of diplomacy: Take it to the Oneiromancer after Dream Mentor with the crown and Seal of Passage in your inventory.

 

 

 

 

 

-Weekly rewards-

 

 

 

On top of all this: each higher champion, upon having defeated him, will reward you with some useful items on a weekly basis (you do not have to have defeated all 5 Champions to obtain these):

 

 

 

- Elf champion: Reduced cost enchanting Crystal seeds by up to 3x. Once a week.

 

- TzHaar champion: 20 Obsidian charms and 2,000 Tokkul.

 

- Gnome champion: 5 noted seed pods, 10 noted Mint cakes and 10 random fresh gnome food.

 

- Werewolf champion: 50 noted Bittercap mushrooms, 20 noted Wolf bones and 5 random Reward Tomes (the same as youd receive from Temple Trekking).

 

- Dwarf Champion: 10 noted Dwarven Stouts(m) and 130 noted Coal.

 

 

 

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:D

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I have a topic encouraging such a thing just a mere few posts above yours =P. Maybe we should just have them merged for simplicity?

 

 

 

Also, concerning the higher champions. I wonder if we will have to kill lots of their race to get challenged? We didnt have to kill any humans to get challenged by leon.

 

 

 

Regardless though, I like your ideas a lot.

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Yeah, a lot of Champion Challenge threads as of late. I didn't even notice your thread before making this.

 

 

 

I see the Leon D'Cour challenge a given, considering you were fighting for the same title.

 

 

 

This is more of Champion of Champions of Campions. :P

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Great idea! Wonderfully thought out! I support! =D> =D> =D> =D>

 

 

 

 

 

On a side note- Some readers may think it's overpowered to some extent, I can firmly say that it's not. Those of you who had tried to get a challenge scroll would know how absolutly rare and almost unpromissing these scrolls are. If anyone could get all of these scrolls they certainly deserve the rewards.

 

 

 

 

 

I can only see one Mini-flaw: The emote seems a bit boring. How about if the pile of bones would join up to form a monster which you will punch/kick once to death?

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