Viggora

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General Viggora was once a powerful and vicious human warrior of the late Second Age. He was one of the few Zarosian generals, and the only of them to be human. He built the Slayer Tower also known as Viggora's Folly, a massive and dark tower of Morytania that holds many horrific beasts that require a special technique in order to be slain. Despite being a Zarosian general during the Second Age, he eventually stopped following Zaros, and became a follower of Zamorak, who was another Zarosian general at that time. He assaulted Zaros' castle with Zamorak, who was trying to become a god by overcoming Zaros. He watched Zamorak surprisingly defeat the Empty Lord and almost ascend to godhood as a result. However, when Zaros fell, Zaros cursed all those who played a role in Zamorak's plot, and, since Viggora was human and had a much shorter lifespan than the others, the curse was stronger on him, turning him into an invisible ghost for the rest of eternity. Since the other Zamorakians were alive much longer and had longer lifespans still, the curse of Zaros had a much less harmful effect on them and it is unknown what these effects even were.

He is the last character the player must speak to in the Curse of the Empty Lord miniquest, and explains much of the story of Zamorak's betrayal of Zaros. A ring of visibility and a ghostspeak amulet must be worn in order to see him and communicate with him.

Viggora the Warrior can be found at the following locations:

After hearing his story, you'll receive a Ghostly cloak from him.

Treasure Trails[edit | edit source]

Viggora is the solution to the master cryptic clue: Come brave adventurer, your sense is on fire. If you talk to me, it's an old god you desire. Players must have completed the miniquest up until the point where the player needs to talk to Viggora. After the miniquest, be sure to bring a ghostspeak amulet and a ring of visibility. Viggora will be in the same place as during the miniquest, which is written in the miniquest log.


Changes[edit | edit source]

Date Changes
9 April 2015
(update)
Gravingas & the Ghosts from the Curse of Zaros miniquest now recognize the Morytania legs built-in ghostspeak function.