A barbarian raid on Astera showed 3 new bosses today, anyone got any new information?


Why was Morgaroth removed??

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Why bones and fluffy,they are the weak version of undead dragon and hellhound.The undead minion and the tibia bug are special monsters of raids, so why they are there?

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Morgaroth is from Triangle of Terror. All Bosses appear in "raids".

<·> Hunter of Dragoes <·> My Talk <·> My Contributions <·> 19:27, 21 January 2007 (PST)

He appears just like Orshabaal and Ferumbrass. Announced with some warnings, etc... . So what is the difference if he's a member of a special group of Demons or not. It still spawns like a boss monster in a raid .

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He is one of the three Demons of the Triangle of Terror.


I know. But is that a reason to not add him to this list? Read my comments above.

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Why are the Tibia Bugs and the other here? lol, not every raid has bosses, there are several others like orcs' or elves, so then why are those creatures here?

the special 10 year event creatures should be removed from this page as they are no bosses nor have the strength or behaviour of a boss.

Also, the Fluffy thing and the others should be kept only if it behaves as a boss (single spawn, spawn not every day and such)

And about the morgaroth and similar demons, behave as bosses (single spawn, spawns not every day), they are the lords of the common demons, so they belong to this category yes

 Nagatho Goldenflag 
 Talk   Contributions  16:45, 28 January 2007 (PST)

if more than 1 of anything can exist at a time then its not a boss. all these boss monsters are like npc's they have a name and a story. this is why i think we should remove yetis, tibia bugs, hackers ect. —  Disaster Monteiro †  Talk †   17:35, 28 January 2007 (PST)

Does all bosses come with a warning like Morgaroth, Orshabaal and Ferumbras or do they come also without an warning?

No, some bosses come without too. Like demodras, horned fox, the old widow, etc...

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Should the boss list be divided into groups? (demon bosses, pirate bosses, inferno bosses, other bosses)
Skeleton Beholder Skeleton  Art Featherpitch  - The mispseller -  Spam me  Skeleton Beholder Skeleton 13:30, 26 April 2007 (PDT)

Currently I'm trying to split tibian monsters up into a categories and specifcally relate them to rl creature categories. However - having boss creatures mixed in due seems silly to me. So may I propose that we have a template like this:


At the top of a boss monster's page to say that this creature is a boss - it has irregular spawning and it does have unqiue loot. If you agree please say something - if you'd like to make such a template PLEASE DO!

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I cant understand why all older bosses got all items dropped by their "class" (Horned fox is a mino for example).. like the horned fox who got dead snakes, axes, and crossbows as loot, .. if someone cant confirm that he drops dead snakes .. etc.. its quite clear he dosnt. Wouldnt it be wise to delete that type of loot?

Fenrir Greytooth

Can bosses be spawnblocked? Will they spawn if the entire area where they spawn is 'seen' by players? Daken Thundermaster 16:53, 28 March 2008 (UTC)

I've heard it works two ways. One is the spawn can be blocked, but can be watched (IE: horned fox spawn can be seen from above).

The other is that if you go and stand in the middle of the spawn it could randomly spawn while you're standing there (block the regular creature spawn while waiting for boss).

Can anyone prove/disprove either of these?

Fire Assassin 03:47, 29 March 2008 (UTC)

You're not blocking spawn in any way if you stand above/under the creatures, even if you can see them. However, I'd still like to know if it still spawns when there's somebody right there. Daken Thundermaster 21:01, 29 March 2008 (UTC)

'Bosses do not spawn like normal creatures, they are only found in a world on rare occasions depending upon the abilities of the players in that world.' Is that true? o.0

Daken Thundermaster 16:22, 9 April 2008 (UTC)

Anyone else thinks that some of the new bosses already existed when yalahar was introduced? Because Esmeralda room existed long time ago, also theres empty cave at sea serpents that I guess was leviatan spawn (or still is).
--Kwigon the sharpshooter 05:39, 16 July 2009 (UTC)

Do bosses spawn at server save? I had assumed so, but no one has mentioned it. I've just started looking regularly for Vampire Lord Bosses, and would feel really dumb if I was looking at the wrong time. Miltonr 22:52, June 17, 2010 (UTC)

I believe bosses that spawn in hunting areas like most of the vampire bosses, Apprentice Sheng, and others appear randomly, not at a specified time. -- Kharzad Ironfist 00:54, June 18, 2010 (UTC)

They spawn at random times and stay in game for a certain amount of time, if nobody kills it, it will just disappear. Note you can't prevent the spawn of this kind of boss, they will appear even if a player is standing in the screen.
--Wily Wonkas

What does the silver and golden stars mean? Renusek (talk) 09:25, February 26, 2016 (UTC)

Silver star means that boss is a random spawn; gold star means they can be encountered under certain circumstances (e.g. Devovorga bosses are regular spawns during an event, Brutus Bloodbeard can be both but gold star takes precedence). -- Sixorish (talk) 03:35, February 27, 2016 (UTC)

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