Champions' Guild

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Champions' Guild
Champions' Guild.png
Released13 February 2001 (Update)
Also calledQuest Guild
MembersNo
LocationSouth-west of Varrock
Requirements32 Quest points
Map
Advanced data
Typeguild
Location on World Map
Varrock
Draynor Manor Champions' Guild Exam Centre
Mill Lane Mill

The Champions' Guild is located south of Varrock and is accessible to players with at least 32 quest points. It has Scavvo's Rune Store and Valaine's Shop of Champions, and is also the starting point of the free-to-play quest, Dragon Slayer I.

Getting there[edit | edit source]

Ground floor1st floor[edit | edit source]

The Guildmaster welcomes players that enter the guild. He is the starting point of the hardest free-to-play quest, Dragon Slayer I. The main room has stairs to the 1st floor[UK]2nd floor[US] and a trapdoor that leads to the basement. The southern room has a range.

The ground floor[UK]1st floor[US] contains two rooms and a small outdoor area with chickens. Among the chickens there is a level 159 Evil Chicken which gives reduced experience and does not count towards the Recipe for Disaster: Sir Amik Varze subquest.

1st floor2nd floor[edit | edit source]

Scavvo's Rune Store[edit | edit source]

Scavvo walks around the south side of the room and runs Scavvo's Rune Store. He sells rune weapons and armour, green d'hide vambraces, green d'hide chaps, and coifs. Scavvo has the only shop, other than Oziach and Nurmof, that sells rune weapons and armour in free-to-play.

Valaine's Shop of Champions[edit | edit source]

Valaine walks around the north side of the room and runs Valaine's Shop of Champions, a general store allowing any item to be sold there. Valaine sells blue capes, black full helms, black platelegs, and adamant platebodies. She has the only shop that sells adamant platebodies in free-to-play.

Basement[edit | edit source]

The members-only basement houses the Champions' Challenge. Eleven different champions, each representing their own race, can be challenged with different rule sets for each fight. They can only be challenged after obtaining an extremely rare champion's scroll drop from a monster of that champion's race and giving it to Larxus. After defeating 10 champions, Leon d'Cour, the human race representative, can be challenged.