Property Value
Combat Properties
Health Health Icon 515
Experience Experience Icon 580
Speed Haste Icon 109
Armor Armor Icon 40
Elements Physical
Life Drain
Est. Max Dmg 340
Summon (not possible)
Convince (not possible)
General Properties
Name Bonebeast
Classification Skeletons
Spawn Type Regular
Bestiary Properties
Class Undead
Difficulty Bestiary Level Medium
Occurrence Bestiary Occurrence Common
Charm Points 25 Charm Icon
Kills to Unlock 1000
Elemental Properties
Physical 100%
Earth 0%
Fire 110%
Death 0%
Energy 100%
Holy 125%
Ice 100%
Heal 100%
Life Drain 0%
Drown 0%
Immunity Properties
Senses Invis.
Behavioural Properties
Walks around Energy
Walks through Poison
Other Properties
Version 7.4
December 14, 2004
Status Active
You see a bonebeast.
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The result of an unspeakable ritual that mocks the holy secrets of creation, the Bonebeast is a harbinger of doom and pestilence. It is best described as a hideous conglomerate of bones and rotten flesh vaguely resembling a bull. Bonebeasts are often created by some unscrupulous lich, and they mindlessly obey their master's orders no matter what they are. More often than not, these orders include impaling one or more hapless victims on one of the Bonebeast's massive horns.

Skeletal creatures, they are summoned by Liches. After a patch, Bonebeasts started using the Poison Beam. Can be skinned to get Hardened Bones. See also: Hardened Bone/Skinning.

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Melee (0-200) it poisons 5 HP/turn, Life Drain Berserk (25-47+), Envenom (50-90), Poison Berserk poisons 3 HP/turn, Poison Beam poisons 4 hp/turn, Paralyze, Self Healing around 50HP.

Damage Taken From Elements

  • Physical
  • Holy
  • Death
  • Fire
  • Energy
  • Ice
  • Earth


Bonebeasts fight until death.


Use blockers to lure it, but avoid contact, while distance fighters shoot at it. A level 40 mage can survive healing with Intense Healing spell when soloing it. It's not recommended for knights to attempt soloing a bonebeast until level 50+. They yield good experience, especially for paladins considering it's not hard to kill them at a distance. Mages should run and use Flame Strike and Wand of Inferno or Hailstorm Rod for Druid. Running from them can result in running into bigger spawns, especially on Ramoa. For Paladin the best thing to do is to run with Royal Spear or Enchanted Spear and use Divine Missile and use Divine Caldera when surrounded. If your hp gets below 300, use Light Healing or Intense Healing.

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