Property Value
Combat Properties
Health Health Icon.gif 55
Experience Experience Icon.gif 25
Speed Haste Icon.gif 64
Armor Armor Icon.gif 6
Est. Max Dmg 14
Summon 320 mana
Convince (not possible)
General Properties
Name Swamp Troll
Classification Trolls
Spawn Type
Bestiary Properties
Class Humanoid
Difficulty Easy
Occurrence Common
Charm Points 15 Charm Icon.gif
Kills to Unlock 500
Elemental Properties
Physical 100%
Earth 85%
Fire 105%
Death 100%
Energy 100%
Holy 100%
Ice 100%
Heal 100%
Life Drain 100%
Drown 100%
Immunity Properties
Senses Invis.
Behavioural Properties
Walks around Energy
Walks through
Other Properties
Version 7.1
December 17, 2002
Status Active
Swamp Troll.gif
You see a swamp troll.
  • Me strong! Me ate spinach!
  • Groar!
  • Grrrr


Swamp Trolls are a variety of normal trolls that live in the swamps in the east of Tibia. Like the other tribes of trolls, they hunt animals and seek treasures. But they are a bit stronger and they soak their claws with the extracts of some poisonous herbs they collect in the swamps in order to envenom their opponents. So they can be quite dangerous to inexperienced adventurers.

They are a bit stronger than Trolls and Frost Trolls and they can poison you, but they are not immune to earth themselves which means Druids with Snakebite Rods or Terra Rods are able kill them rather easily, although not recommended for level 13- Druids. After the 8.2 summer update they now drop Spears as loot which makes them a good choice for low level Paladins to hunt.

At least some Swamp Trolls around Venore worship the Football according to the book Holy Book of Swamptrolls.


Melee (0-13) it Poisons you for 1 hp per turn.

Damage Taken From Elements

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


Port Hope Swamp Trolls, Venore Swamp Troll Cave, all around north area of Port Hope, small spawn north-west of Venore and in cave south-east of Thais (here), also one in Foreigner Quarter.


They run when they are with low health.


Just attack them, there's no big difference between them and Trolls. Always have food, because the poison can be annoying for low levels. Low level mages can wear a Terra Hood to block their 1 HP per turn poison.


Appearance Change

Before the 8.1 Update, swamp trolls looked like this: Swamp Troll (before 8.1).gif.

Loot Change

After a small patch during August 6, 2009 server save (announced here) they drop Troll Greens.

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As of November 16, 2011, Swamp Trolls as well as other poison-causing creatures can no longer be convinced. This was to prevent PvP abuse whereby a player would trick another player into convincing creatures that would later frag low level characters with poison applied earlier. After enough kills the player would obtain a Red Skull and would lose all items belonging to them upon being killed. More can be read in the news article "Content Fixes".

Loot Change 2

After Updates/9.8 they drop Mouldy Cheese, because this item is required for a task in the Goblin Merchant Quest and should be easily available to low leveled players. This was suggested by a player on the test server forum.


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