Chambers of Xeric
|Chambers of Xeric|
|Also called||Raids 1, CoX|
|Released||5 January 2017 (Update)|
|Skills||Combat, Mining, Woodcutting, Herblore, Farming, Hunter, Cooking, Fishing, Thieving, Firemaking, Agility|
|Music||Lower Depths, Upper Depths, Fire in the Deep|
- 1 Location
- 2 Mechanics
- 3 Bosses
- 4 Rewards
- 5 Gaining Points
- 6 Loot table
- 7 Music unlocked
- 8 Concept art
- 9 Changes
- 10 Trivia
- 11 References
Location[edit | edit source]
The Chambers of Xeric are located on Mount Quidamortem, which can be quickly accessed via the Lovakengj Minecart Network. This will require the player to bring a minecart control scroll from Miriam and bring it to Stuliette on the mountain. Doing so requires the player to have earned 65% Lovakengj favour.
Otherwise, players will need to head to the Shayziens' Wall and make their way west to Mount Quidamortem; be wary of aggressive lizardmen and lizardmen brutes. For those arriving there without the mine cart system, speak to the Mountain Guide (who is located on the mountain next to Gnosi, Historian Duffy, and the Natural Historian) before leaving; doing so will establish a two-way transportation system between the mountain and the Shayziens' Wall.
Mechanics[edit | edit source]
The Chambers of Xeric uses a unique party finding system to help determine how strong the team is. This will affect the strength of the monsters and bosses, in addition to the requirements needed in the skilling rooms. Players can bring their own supplies in (tools not needed), but will need to utilise the chambers' resources in order to defeat the increasingly strong bosses. Any number of players from 1 to 100 may start a raid.
To start a raid, the leader must create a team. This "team" is the leader's Clan Chat; which other players may join by manually typing in the clan chat's name or by requesting to join the chat. Once everyone is ready, the leader should enter the chambers, where a starting room is located. The raid officially starts once the leader confirms that everyone is in the room; when that happens, all the mechanics will be calculated and no one may join the instance if they were not in by the time the raid started. If the leader leaves by any means, the next leader will be whoever has the highest rank in the Clan Chat, with a minimum rank of recruit; if no suitable rank is found, everyone is thrown out of the instance.
There are multiple demi-bosses/resource/puzzle rooms, and a final boss in every raid. There are three floors in each raid; the final floor is always the same, housing the final boss. At the end of the first and second floors is an energy well that fully replenishes the players' energy when interacted with.
Communication and teamwork is needed for players to defeat the bosses and complete the raid.
Challenge Mode[edit | edit source]
Challenge Mode is a "hard" version of the existing Chambers of Xeric. All combat and puzzle rooms are featured, and the enemies themselves have significantly increased stats. The layout is always linear, and has four floors due to all combat/puzzle rooms being featured.
Bosses[edit | edit source]
- Ice Demon
- Lizardman Shamans
- Skeletal Mystics
- Vasa Nistirio
- Great Olm (final boss)
Rewards[edit | edit source]
Player rewards are based on "participation" points. As the team collects more points, they have an increased chance of obtaining unique items. Individually, these points determine the quantity of common rewards. If a player dies in a raid, they will lose 40% of the points that they had before their death. If the player dies with no, or extremely few, personal points, the team's overall points are reduced instead.
The current maximum amount of points attainable per player is 131,071 points.
If a member of a raid party leaves early, the points multiplier and difficulty for that raid will remain the same.
Gaining Points[edit | edit source]
Gaining points in raids is possible in multiple ways, all of which have a cap which scales to the number of players in the raid. Below is a short description for all ways to gain points withing the Chambers of Xeric.
Combat[edit | edit source]
Dealing damage within the Chambers of Xeric will reward the player with points based on damage dealt.
Storage unit[edit | edit source]
Building or upgrading the Storage unit will give some points.
Shortcuts[edit | edit source]
Muttadile[edit | edit source]
Guardians[edit | edit source]
When a player steps between the Guardians, they will push the player away, dealing damage and rewarding some points
Cooking Food[edit | edit source]
A player is able to catch bats using Hunter and catch fish using Fishing within the Chambers of Xeric. When any player (including the person who cooked the food) eats it and heals damage, the player that cooked the food is rewarded points. If a different player to the one cooking the food uses that food to heal, the player that cooked the food receives 50% more points than if they were to eat it themselves. Psykk bats found in the Thieving room count as food that the player that found them cooked.
Potions[edit | edit source]
Appropriate use of potions that the player makes will reward some points to the player that made them. More points are given if a player other than the one creating the potion uses them.
Crabs[edit | edit source]
In the Jewelled Crab room, being targeted by one of the crabs when a crystal is successfully changed will reward some points
Ice Demon[edit | edit source]
When a player deposits kindling in the braziers in the Ice demon room, they are rewarded with points.
Thieving[edit | edit source]
When a player fills the trough with cave worms in the Thieving room, they are rewarded a certain amount of points.
Tightrope[edit | edit source]
When a player uses the Keystone crystal on the barrier in the Tightrope room, some points are rewarded.
Loot table[edit | edit source]
If the team does not roll into the unique drop table, players will obtain two random common rewards instead. The third slot is reserved for the dark journal if players do not have it already, and the metamorphic dust for players completing a challenge mode raid.
Unique drop table[edit | edit source]
Upon the Great Olm's death, if a unique reward item is given, it will be announced in the game chat. The beam of light covering the chest will change from white to purple for the player(s) who obtained a unique reward.
For every 8,675 total points obtained, a 1% chance to obtain a unique loot is given. This chance is capped at 65.7% (570,000 points) - any further points will be sent to roll for a second unique loot. For example, a team who possesses 855,000 points in total has an 65.7% chance to receive a unique loot, and then a 32.85% chance to obtain a second unique loot. Up to three unique rewards can be obtained per raid, assuming that there are enough points to roll for them.
If no unique loot is obtained, random resources are chosen, with the player's points determining the quantity of the items they obtain. In groups of all sizes, a weighting system is added when a unique loot is rolled, based on the players' points. For example, a player who has 90,000 points is twice as likely to obtain a unique reward compared to a player with 45,000 points.
Once the game has chosen which player will receive the unique loot, an item is chosen from the table below. The higher the weighting, the more likely a player will receive that item.
Accessing this table is required in order to be eligible for Olmlet.
|Item||Weighting (% chance)||GE Price|
|Dexterous prayer scroll||20 (28.99%)||41,743,734|
|Arcane prayer scroll||3,038,565|
|Twisted buckler||4 (5.80%)||5,755,290|
|Dragon hunter crossbow||107,348,824|
|Dinh's bulwark||3 (4.35%)||4,136,696|
|Ancestral robe top||57,884,390|
|Ancestral robe bottom||62,240,860|
|Elder maul||2 (2.90%)||10,718,285|
The chance of obtaining a unique loot can be calculated by performing the following steps:
- Calculate the chance of receiving a unique loot (number of points/8,675)
- Convert the result by (dividing result by 100)
- Calculate the chance of receiving a specific unique loot by dividing the weight of the item by the sum of the total weights (Item weight/69)
- Multiply the first result with the second result.
For example, we will calculate the drop rate of a pair of dragon claws if the team has 413,250 total points:
- Chance of receiving a unique loot: 413,250/8,675 ≈ 47.6%, or 0.476
- Chance of receiving dragon claws from table: 3/69 (or 1/23)
- 0.476*(3/69) = 0.020714, which equals a 2.0714% chance of receiving dragon claws.
Runes and ammunition[edit | edit source]
|Soul rune||1–6,554[r 1]||Uncommon||148-969,992||180-1,179,720|
- The number of Soul rune is determined by dividing your rounded point total by 20.
Herbs[edit | edit source]
|Grimy toadflax||1–354 (noted)||Uncommon||2,437-862,698||11-3,894|
|Grimy ranarr weed||1–164 (noted)[r 1]||Uncommon||7,991-1,310,524||18-2,952|
|Grimy irit leaf||1–668 (noted)||Uncommon||875-584,500||10-6,680|
|Grimy avantoe||1–354 (noted)||Uncommon||1,963-694,902||10-3,540|
|Grimy kwuarm||1–323 (noted)||Uncommon||1,441-465,443||12-3,876|
|Grimy snapdragon||1–131 (noted)||Uncommon||9,531-1,248,561||12-1,572|
|Grimy cadantine||1–319 (noted)||Uncommon||1,582-504,658||13-4,147|
|Grimy lantadyme||1–446 (noted)||Uncommon||1,779-793,434||13-5,798|
|Grimy dwarf weed||1–616 (noted)||Uncommon||552-340,032||14-8,624|
|Grimy torstol||1–153 (noted)||Uncommon||8,262-1,264,086||15-2,295|
- The number of ranarr weed is determined by dividing your rounded point total by 800.
Ores and gems[edit | edit source]
|Silver ore||1–6,553 (noted)[r 1]||Uncommon||46-301,438||45-294,885|
|Coal||1–6,553 (noted)[r 2]||Uncommon||128-838,784||27-176,931|
|Gold ore||1–2,892 (noted)[r 3]||Uncommon||184-532,128||90-260,280|
|Mithril ore||1–2,892 (noted)[r 4]||Uncommon||110-318,120||97-280,524|
|Adamantite ore||1–729 (noted)||Uncommon||924-673,596||240-174,960|
|Runite ore||1–87 (noted)||Uncommon||11,084-964,308||1,920-167,040|
|Uncut sapphire||1–642 (noted)||Uncommon||466-299,172||15-9,630|
|Uncut emerald||1–923 (noted)||Uncommon||749-691,327||30-27,690|
|Uncut ruby||1–524 (noted)[r 5]||Uncommon||1,320-691,680||60-31,440|
|Uncut diamond||1–253 (noted)||Uncommon||2,912-736,736||120-30,360|
- The number of silver ores is determined by dividing your rounded point total by 20.
- The number of coal is determined by dividing your rounded point total by 20.
- The number of gold ores is determined by dividing your rounded point total by 44.
- The number of mithril ores is determined by dividing your rounded point total by 32.
- The number of uncut rubies is determined by dividing your rounded point total by 250.
Other[edit | edit source]
|Ancient tablet||1||1/10[r 1]||Not sold||45,000|
|Clue scroll (elite)||1||1/12[r 2]||Not sold||12|
|Pure essence||1–65,535 (noted)[r 3]||Uncommon||2-131,070||2-131,070|
|Saltpetre||1–5,461 (noted)[r 4]||Uncommon||3-16,383||3-16,383|
|Teak plank||1–1,310 (noted)[r 5]||Uncommon||1,017-1,332,270||300-393,000|
|Mahogany plank||1–550 (noted)||Uncommon||2,214-1,217,700||900-495,000|
|Torn prayer scroll||1||Uncommon||46,865||48,000|
|Dark relic||1||Uncommon||Not sold||0|
- Only received if players do not own one or have not consumed it already.
- If a player rolls the resource table, there is a 1/12 chance of getting an elite clue as an additional reward.
- The number of pure essence is determined by dividing your rounded point total by 2.
- The number of saltpetre is determined by dividing your rounded point total by 24.
- The number of teak planks is determined by dividing your rounded point total by 100.
Tertiary[edit | edit source]
|Dark journal||1||Always[r 1]||Not sold||0|
|Olmlet||1||1/53[r 2]||Not sold||N/A|
|Metamorphic dust||1||1/400[r 3]||Not sold||0|
- Only received if players do not have it stored in their bank.
- Only rolled when the player gets a broadcasted unique reward; with 26,025 points per raid, the Olmlet rate is ~1/1,765.
- Only obtainable in Challenge Mode and if the raid was completed within a certain time.
Rewards calculator[edit | edit source]
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Please input the data and submit the form.
Music unlocked[edit | edit source]
|Name||Unlock details||Music track|
|Upper Depths||Unlocked upon entering the Chambers of Xeric|
|Lower Depths||Unlocked in the second sub-level of the Chambers of Xeric|
|Fire in the Deep||Unlocked during the battle with the Great Olm|
Concept art[edit | edit source]
Changes[edit | edit source]
|9 January 2020
|Lizardman Shamans, Skeletal Mystics and Stone Guardians now tell the party which individual received the seed drops upon death, if applicable.|
|12 September 2019
|Stun effects in the Chambers of Xeric can no longer be dodged by lighting fires.|
|14 March 2019
|Enchant spells are no longer offered in the Chambers of Xeric, as the stat-boosts in there are unusually large and were not intended for getting oneself permanent access to items unrelated to the Chambers.|
|7 March 2019
|NPC stats are now scaled based on the player with the highest combat stats rather than the average combat stats of all party members|
|28 February 2019
|14 February 2019
|10 January 2019
(update | poll)
|Dragon sword, dragon harpoon and dragon thrownaxe were removed from the drop table and moved to monsters in Karuulm Slayer Dungeon. This did not affect the rarity of other drops, as they were re-weighted.|
|17 May 2018
(update | poll)
|Challenge Mode was implemented, providing a more difficult raid with every room in a static layout.|
|8 February 2018
(update | poll)
|23 February 2017
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- The Chambers of Xeric was originally proposed in 2014 as the "Paradigm of Exodus", a large dungeon found in and around an active volcano, allowing 5 to 30 players to take on powerful monsters and solving puzzles in a randomly generated layout, with a boss at the end of the raid.
References[edit | edit source]
- Jagex. Mod Ash's Twitter account. 15 January 2019. Mod Ash: "Previously, every 570k points got the party a 80% chance of a unique. Now, every 570k points gets the party a 65.7% chance of a unique. Pets changed from 1/65 to 1/53 for a player who got a unique."
- Jagex. Mod Kieren's Twitter account. 12 May 2017. (Archived from the original on 25 Mar 2019.) Mod Kieren: "As requested by lots of people endlessly: Raids drop rates! "