- Lesser Demons:
Level 82 Lesser demons guard the entrance of the Karamja Volcano Dungeon.
- Northern Mine:
Here, you will find Crandor’s northern mine. It consists of 7 coal and 4 Mithril rocks. There are also some Hobgoblins and King Scorpions wandering around the mine.
- Eastern Mine:
Here, there are 3 Gold rocks and a few King Scorpions.
- Southern Mine:
There are 3 Adamantite and 3 Coal rocks at the southern mine, which are guarded by 3 Moss giants.
- The Lady Lumbridge:
This is the location where you first access the island of Crandor, which is during the Dragon Slayer quest. When you arrive at Crandor, your ship will be damaged, which makes it impossible to sail back to the mainland. Four planks respawn near the ship to represent its damage.
- Western Mine:
Crandor’s western mine consists of 7 Mithril rocks.
- Karamja Volcano Dungeon.
This is the wall which you pass through to access Crandor after you have completed the Dragon Slayer quest. In order to use this wall, you must have gone through it already, preferably after the Dragon Slayer quest. After you've used it once, you will always be able to use it.
When you climb up the rope in the dungeon, you will surface on Crandor at this location. This hole will lead you back into the Karamja Volcano Dungeon.
This City/Area Guide was written by DownStrike, Skeletonmat, and Alfawarlord. Thanks to DarkBlitz, DRAVAN, Jett_Man, Bladerman970, and MysticEchos for corrections.
This City/Area Guide was entered into the database on Wed, Aug 17, 2005, at 10:43:12 PM by DRAVAN, and it was last updated on Wed, Mar 09, 2011, at 07:27:52 PM by Alfawarlord.
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