Property Value
Combat Properties
Health Health Icon.gif 100
Experience Experience Icon.gif 85
Speed Haste Icon.gif 72
Armor Armor Icon.gif 8
Est. Max Dmg 100
Summon 450 mana
Convince 450 mana
General Properties
Name Ghoul
Classification Undead Humanoids
Spawn Type Regular
Bestiary Properties
Class Undead
Difficulty Easy
Occurrence Common
Charm Points 15 Charm Icon.gif
Kills to Unlock 500
Elemental Properties
Physical 100%
Earth 80%
Fire 100%
Death 0%
Energy 70%
Holy 125%
Ice 90%
Heal 100%
Life Drain 0%
Drown 0%
Immunity Properties
Senses Invis.
Behavioural Properties
Walks around Energy
Walks through
Other Properties
Version 4.0
May 20, 1998
Status Active
You see a ghoul.


    Ghouls are undead monsters that live in the holes and dungeons of Tibia. They are quite strong and extremely dangerous if they crop up in packs. Hiding in the darkness, they wait for incautious adventurers. They can heal themselves and suck life energy out of their opponents.

    This kind of Undead is found usually in groups and can be dangerous for unexperienced players. Only fight them while wearing good equipment or keeping them at distance, otherwise their melee combined with life drain can do a lot of damage. When summoned, ghouls make good hunting partners because they can heal themselves, a trait that makes them good for training on as well. They are fairly slow so mages and paladins should be able to run and attack. They are commonly used as a summon for knights in training, but not so much for paladins due to the higher chance of killing them. A level 91 knight and a level 36 paladin can convince these to train. Unlike most of their undead counterparts, Ghouls leave bloodstains when damaged.


    Melee (0-70), Life Drain (15-27), Self-Healing.

    Damage Taken From Elements

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


    Ancient Temple in the Skeleton area, way to Mintwallin, Old Mintwallin Quest, Alatar Lake, Magician Tower, Mount Sternum Undead Cave, Ghostlands, Hellgate, Maze of Lost Souls, below Point of No Return in Outlaw Camp, Plains of Havoc in Necromant House, Drefia and Drefia's underground caves, Edron ghoul hill, Venore Amazon Camp underground, Venore Swamp Troll cave, Ghostship between Venore and Darashia, Triangle Tower, Dark Cathedral, Ankrahmun tombs, Isle of the Kings, Treasure Island, Nargor Undead Cave, Helheim, Lion's Rock, The Witches' Cliff (only accessible during a quest) and a cave northeast of Ab'Dendriel. Also found behind a wall in both Rookgaard and Paradox Tower, although they cannot be reached.


    Ghouls don't run in low health, can't be pushed and they move objects.


    Knights, should have good skills to fight these creatures. Keep your potions handy and don't fight more than 3 at once unless you have 50/50+ skills. Also keep in mind that you cannot block their life drain without a garlic necklace.
    Paladins can defeat ghouls at a low level, with low skills and ample running space, even the lowest level paladins can hunt them.
    Mages: Ghouls are good creatures for experience, their loot is very good when comparing with the time and mana used to kill them. Wands and Rods are a great way to kill Ghouls easily, just remember their immunities and resistences. For a Premium Account player the easiest way would be simply to use Flame Strike.


    With the Christmas Update 2009 Ghouls stopped dropping Brass Helmets (worth 30 gp ~19% loot chance) but drop Rotten Pieces of Cloth now (worth 30 gp ~20% loot chance).


    (Loot Statistics)

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