Monk of Zamorak

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Monk of Zamorak
Monk of Zamorak.png


Released 6 April 2001 (Update)
Combat level 19
Hitpoints 20
Stats (?) 18/22/18
Hits XP (?) 14.5
Experience (?) 43.5
Fatigue (?) 0.58%
Hostility Combative (?)
Pay-to-play No
Poisonous No
Max hit 2
Weakness None
Examine An evil cleric
Monk of Zamorak
Monk of Zamorak (mace).png


Released 6 April 2001 (Update)
Combat level 29
Hitpoints 30
Stats (?) 28/32/28
Hits XP (?) 19.5
Experience (?) 58.5
Fatigue (?) 0.78%
Hostility Combative (?)
Pay-to-play No
Poisonous No
Max hit 3
Weakness None
Examine An evil cleric
Monk of Zamorak
Monk of Zamorak (staff).png


Released 27 February 2002 (Update)
Combat level 47
Hitpoints 40
Stats (?) 48/52/48
Hits XP (?) 28.5
Experience (?) 85.5
Fatigue (?) 1.14%
Hostility Aggressive (?)
Pay-to-play Yes
Poisonous No
Max hit 5
Weakness None
Examine An evil cleric

Monks of Zamorak are evil monsters dedicated to the worship of Zamorak. They occupy the Chaos Temple and are protectors of the Wine of Zamorak.

Training[edit | edit source]

Killing the Monks of Zamorak is considered to be a good training method for mid level players who wish to train their combat skills. When fought at the Chaos Temple north of Falador, the monks are located right next to an altar which can be used to restore the players prayer points. The monks are guaranteed to drop a Steel Mace and Bones after being killed, but banking the maces is not encouraged.

Collecting Wine of Zamorak[edit | edit source]

Players who try to take the wine by any means other than the telegrab spell will be cursed by the monster, and then attacked. The curse lowers the players melee stats by a scaling amount in addition to dealing damage. The wine may be taken without the use of the telegrab spell if all of the Monks are currently slain and waiting to respawn.

Dialogue

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Locations[edit | edit source]

These are the various spawn locations for Monk of Zamorak, grouped by the differing combat levels:

Unsorted[edit | edit source]

Level 19[edit | edit source]

Level 29[edit | edit source]

Level 47[edit | edit source]

Drops[edit | edit source]

Level 19[edit | edit source]

Image Item Quantity Rarity
Bones.png Bones 1 1Always

Level 29 (Maced)[edit | edit source]

Image Item Quantity Rarity
Bones.png Bones 1 1Always
Steel Mace.png Steel Mace 1 1Always

Level 47 (Staff)[edit | edit source]

Image Item Quantity Rarity
Bones.png Bones 1 1Always