A high combat level since the Vyrewatch can hit very hard.
Table of Contents:
- Vyrewatch Locations
- Ivandis Flail
- Blisterwood weaponry
- Strategy For Killing Vyrewatch
- Burning The Corpses
These creatures are located east of Burgh de Rott, within the city of Meiryerditch and Darkmeyer to the North. Vyrewatch can also be encountered during the Temple Trekking/Burgh de Rott Ramble mini-game. There are 6 variations of these creatures, each of a different combat level.
Types of Vyrewatch:
Vyrewatch (level 100)
Vyrewatch (level 104)
Vyrewatch (level 108)
Vyrewatch (level 112)
Vyrelord (level 140)
Vyrelady (level 140)
All drop only one item, the Vyre corpse.
An Ivandis flail is made during the Legacy of Seergaze quest. When the Vyrewatch are down to less than half of their health you can use the flail's special attack on the Vyrewatch. This causes the Vyrewatch to be suspended frozen in mid-air and allows you to attack then without retaliation. When wielding the Ivandis flail, a charge is used up each time you activate the special attack. The flail turns to Flail dust after all 30 of its charges are used.
How To Make A Ivandis Flail:
Rod of ivandis
|1||Silver bar, Sapphire, Mithril bar, and Rod clay mould||Use a Silver bar on a furnace||Silvthrill rod|
|2||Silvthrill rod, Cosmic rune, and Water rune||Cast a Level 1 enchant spell||Silvthrill rod (enchanted)|
|3||Silvthrill rod, and Rope||Use the Silvthrill rod on the well under
the Paterdomus Temple
|Rod of ivandis|
|1||Silver bar, and Sickle mould||Use a Silver bar on a furnace||Silver sickle|
|2||Silver sickle||Use the silver sickle on the Nature Altar (Mort
Myre Swamp) from The Nature Spirit quest
|3||Silver sickle(b), Emerald, and Chisel||Use the Emerald with the Silver sickle (b)||Silver sickle emerald(b)|
|4||Silver sickle emerald(b), Cosmic rune, and 3 Air runes||Cast a Level 2 enchant spell||Enchanted sickle emerald (b)|
|1||Silver bar, Mithril bar, and Chain link mould||Use a Silver bar on a furnace||Silvthril chain|
Rod of ivandis , Enchanted sickle emerald (b) , Silvthril chain , and Chisel
|Use each item on the other||
Hint: Take several Silver sickles, Emeralds, Enchantment runes and a Chisel to the nature altar and make several Enchanted sickle emerald (b) as you bless each Sickle. This will save you a substantial amount of time when making new Ivandis flails.
How To Make Blisterwood weapons:
|Blisterwood Polearm||Two Silver sickels and a Blisterwood log|
|Blisterwood staff||Blisterwood logs|
|Blisterwood stakes||Blisterwood log|
EITHER: Wear highest level melee armor possible. A Bunyip pouch (level 68 Summoning) can be used for healing. When the Vyrewatch get to less than half of their health use the attack special of the Ivandis flail. Using a Guthix balance potion on the frozen suspended vyrewatch can do up to 19 damage to them, but will not necessarily kill them.
OR: After completion of Branches of Darkmeyer, you simply have to fight the Vyrelords and Vyreladies outside the bank in the upper tier of Darkmeyer. When healing is necessary, go into the bank room and shut the door in order to get all life points restored. This method ensures that no food is necessary and, should you lag or such, your grave will be right next to the teleport from Drakan's medallion.
The only reason this strategy is valid is due to the rapid health recovery induced by being at a bank.
Items Needed: Pyre log, Vyre corpse, and a Tinderbox
Take an inventory full of Corpses, Pyre logs and a Tinderbox down into the basement of the Paterdomus Temple, west of Canifis. There, go down the stairway to access the Columbarium.
Once inside the Columbarium, use your Pyre logs on a funeral pyre, followed by the corpse. Then, light it to obtain a Columbarium key and 79 Prayer XP. The Firemaking XP will depend on the type of pyre log used. For more information on how to make Pyre logs, refer to the Mort'ton Shade Burning mini-game guide.
Hint: Maple pyre logs are the easiest to make due to the readily availability of Maple logs on the Grand Exchange.
Use the Columbarium key on the wooden recess to receive a reward, in the form of an item.
For each Vyre corpse you burn you will receive 79 Prayer experience, independent of which pyre logs you used.
For each Vyre corpse you burn you will receive Firemaking experience, depending on which pyre logs you used.
Ivandis Flail Improvement:
For every 50 Vyre corpses burned, you receive an improvement to your Ivandis flail, which allows you to hit harder and more accurately. You get this improvement a maximum of 10 times. Once you have burned 500 corpses, you will receive a message that you have mastered the flail. You can check your progress by searching the lectern at the southern corner of columbarium - you will then get a message informing you how many vyrewatch corpses you have burned:
This Minigame Guide was written by Clamball. Thanks to Hilwin1, Realruth, Dark, Sire TRM, Jesse908, Ruzzy, Alfawarlord, Eragon7985, and Eagla for corrections.
This Minigame Guide was entered into the database on Sat, Dec 06, 2008, at 02:53:00 PM by Alfawarlord, and it was last updated on Thu, Sep 10, 2015, at 07:30:49 PM by Jarkur.
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