|Released||4 January 2018 (Update)|
|Examine||Its scales seem to be made of adamantite.|
|Poison||No, but has special attack that deals more damage if player is not immune to poison|
|Attack style||Melee, Ranged, Magic, Dragonfire|
|Slayer XP||324.5 xp|
|Immune to poison||Immune to venom|
Adamant dragons are metal dragons first encountered during Dragon Slayer II, in which the player must fight against one during Zorgoth's assault. After completion of the quest, they can be found in the western chamber of the Lithkren Vault.
To get back to the laboratory underneath Lithkren, players can travel using the rowboat from the quest or, after completion, taking a digsite pendant and using it on the strange machine north of the rune dragon room, adding a teleport straight to Lithkren on it.
Adamant dragons are the result of a side project of Zorgoth's after being inspired by another dragonkin, Forcae, which involves infusing dragon eggs with various metals. While Forcae's metal dragons were created to find a solution to the dragonkin's infertility, Zorgoth had bred his metal dragons for his war against humanity.
Locations[edit | edit source]
|Lithkren Vault [l 1]||338||5||Maplink|
- Requires completion of Dragon Slayer II
Attacks[edit | edit source]
Adamant dragons have multiple attacks, similar to mithril and rune dragons. Along with standard dragonfire attacks, they have a standard melee, ranged and magic attack (which resembles Earth Wave), as well as two unique attacks.
The first attack is a poison projectile, which lands on the player's position and splits into two more projectiles around the original projectile in a 5x5 area. These projectiles can hit from 14-25, but can be reduced to 4-8 by being under the effect of any poison protection. Players can avoid the attack entirely by moving three squares away from their original position when the attack was launched.
The second attack is a Ranged attack that hits through Protect from Missiles, and uses the Blood Forfeit effect from enchanted ruby bolts, where the dragon sacrifices 10% of its current hitpoints to deal damage equal to 20% of the player's current hitpoints. Because of this effect, it is recommended to keep the player's hitpoints around 40-50 to minimise the damage dealt from this attack.
Drops[edit | edit source]
The following drop rates are provided by Jagex, unless otherwise specified.
The average Adamant dragon kill is worth 27,731.41.
The average Adamant dragon kill while on a Konar task is worth 29,467.39.
100%[edit | edit source]
Weapons and armour[edit | edit source]
|Dragon med helm||1||1/110||58,822||60,000|
Runes and ammunition[edit | edit source]
Herbs[edit | edit source]
There is a 8/110 chance of rolling the useful herb drop table.
|Grimy avantoe||1 (noted)||1/44||1,406||10|
|Grimy ranarr weed||1 (noted)||1/55||7,461||18|
|Grimy snapdragon||1 (noted)||1/55||8,817||12|
|Grimy torstol||1 (noted)||1/73.33||7,283||15|
Materials[edit | edit source]
|Adamant javelin heads||40–50||8/110; 15/110[d 1]||7,200–9,000||10,560–13,200|
|Dragon javelin heads||20–30||7/110[d 2]||18,560–27,840||23,400–35,100|
|Adamantite ore||8–20 (noted)||6/110||7,504–18,760||1,920–4,800|
|Adamantite bar||5–35 (noted)||4/110||9,205–64,435||1,920–13,440|
|Dragon bolts (unf)||15–20||1/110||12,960–17,280||1,260–1,680|
Other[edit | edit source]
Rare drop table[edit | edit source]
There is a 1/110 chance of rolling the rare drop table.
|Nothing||N/A||1/606.27; Never[d 1]||N/A||N/A|
|Loop half of key||1||1/698.54; 1/693.33[d 2]||10,086||60|
|Tooth half of key||1||1/698.54; 1/693.33[d 2]||10,107||60|
|Uncut sapphire||1||1/2,816; 1/1,430[d 2]||320||15|
|Rune 2h sword||1||1/4,693.33||37,773||38,400|
|Uncut emerald||1||1/5,632; 1/2,860[d 2]||510||30|
|Rune sq shield||1||1/7,040||22,454||23,040|
|Silver ore||100 (noted)||1/7,040||3,700||4,500|
|Uncut ruby||1||1/11,264; 1/5,720[d 2]||1,160||60|
|Dragon med helm||1||1/14,080||58,822||60,000|
|Rune spear||1||1/14,863.84; 1/1,724.62[d 2]||11,763||12,480|
|Shield left half||1||1/29,727.67; 1/3,449.25[d 2]||65,146||66,000|
|Nature talisman||1||1/30,037.33; 1/15,253.33[d 2]||950||2|
|Dragon spear||1||1/39,636.89; 1/4,598.99[d 2]||37,702||37,440|
|Uncut diamond||1||1/45,056; 1/22,880[d 2]||2,644||120|
|Rune javelin||5||1/90,112; 1/45,760[d 2]||880||1,200|
Tertiary[edit | edit source]
|Brimstone key||1||1/52[d 1]||Not sold||N/A|
|Clue scroll (elite)||1||1/320[d 2]||Not sold||12|
|Dragon metal slice||1||1/5,000||47,190,398||60,000|
Deadman mode[edit | edit source]
The following drops and rarities only apply to Deadman Mode.
Changes[edit | edit source]
|23 May 2019
Adamant dragons now play a sound effect when they launch their poison attack.
|26 July 2018
The slayer tip given by slayer masters assigning adamant dragons has been updated. Previously, the tip was "Adamant dragons can fire metal bolts right through your armour as though it weren't there. Watch out for their poison bombs too."
|25 January 2018
Adamant dragons no longer have a 1/5 chance to have their dragon bones replaced by superior dragon bones.
|8 January 2018