Champion's scroll

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For the scroll received during Treasure Trails, see Challenge scroll.
Imp Champion's scroll detail.png
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The jingle that plays when a scroll drops.

A champion's scroll is dropped when killing certain monsters. This scroll challenges the player to a battle with the champion of the race that the player received the scroll from. By taking the scroll to the cellar of Champions' Guild, the champion may be fought in the Champion's Challenge Distraction and Diversion. When one is received as a drop, the message " A Champion's scroll falls to the ground as you slay your opponent." appears.

The scroll outlines the rules which govern each champion's battle. After winning the battle with the champion, players will get a small amount of experience in the Constitution and Slayer skills, and will be able to fight the champion again weekly for additional experience.

There were originally 10 different champion's scrolls, each from a different race's champion. Once all 10 have been fought, the human champion of champions Leon D'Cour will challenge the player. On 9 November 2009, 3 more champions (Aberrant Spectre Champion, Banshee Champion, and Mummy Champion) and a new champion of champions named Glophren were added to the activity. He is the gnome champion and may be fought after defeating the 13 champions and Leon D'Cour.

Strategy[edit | edit source]

Aggression potions are very useful for hunting Champion's scrolls, as are the use of multitarget abilities and the dwarf multicannon, kinetic cyclone or Oldak coil.

Champion's scrolls have a drop rate of 1 in 5,000[1], and are not affected by luck enhancers such as the ring of Wealth. Having the effects of the champion scroll enhancer will increase the chance of a champion's scroll being dropped by 20% for every kill while charged (becoming 1.2/5,000, which amounts to approximately 1/4,166).

An effective method of obtaining several of the more dangerous or slower scrolls is to kill them inside the player-owned dungeon in the Sunken Pyramid, assuming they have at least level 99 Slayer, and the hunted monster is also a slayer creature.

Players can possess multiple champion's scrolls at once, including scrolls of the same type. However, the player cannot begin a challenge with the same champion twice. If the player presents Larxus with a duplicate champion's scroll, he states, "You have already fought this champion. This challenge is void." This will not affect re-fighting the champions as a weekly event.

List of champion's scrolls[edit | edit source]

Scroll Monster Location
Imp Champion's scroll.png: RS3 Inventory image of Imp Champion's scrollImp Champion Imps In the area near Tower of Life, the Zamorak Fortress in the God Wars Dungeon, around the volcano on Musa Point, and inside the resource dungeon in Karamja Volcano (requires 25 Dungeoneering and are together with aggressive Lesser Demons.)
Goblin Champion's scroll.png: RS3 Inventory image of Goblin Champion's scrollGoblin Champion Goblins In and near the 'Goblin House' in Lumbridge, the Goblin Village north of Falador, the goblin cave east of entrance to Fishing Guild, God Wars Dungeon, and the Stronghold of Security.
Skeleton Champion's scroll.png: RS3 Inventory image of Skeleton Champion's scrollSkeleton Champion Skeletons Many dungeons such as Taverley Dungeon, Edgeville Dungeon, and Karamja Volcano. Lumbridge Catacombs contain many low level skeletons that higher level players can kill in a single hit, for upwards of 3,000 kills per hour.
Zombie Champion's scroll.png: RS3 Inventory image of Zombie Champion's scrollZombie Champion Zombies Many dungeons such as Varrock Sewers, and some graveyards such as West Ardougne graveyard. Armoured Zombies also drop Champion's Scrolls. Dried zombies are a good alternative for players who prefer to use a cannon. They die and respawn quickly.

There are 8 in a locked cage in the basement of the Wizard's Guild (Yanille). Drops will need to be tele-grabbed.

Hobgoblin Champion's scroll.png: RS3 Inventory image of Hobgoblin Champion's scrollHobgoblin Champion Hobgoblins Player-owned dungeons are the fastest method. Alternatively, in the cave beneath Tree Gnome Village maze, at the level 35 Wilderness mine, God Wars Dungeon, and at the peninsula west of the Crafting Guild.
Giant Champion's scroll.png: RS3 Inventory image of Giant Champion's scrollGiant Champion Hill giants Edgeville Dungeon, the area south west of the Tree Gnome Stronghold, and inside the resource dungeon in Edgeville Dungeon (requires 20 Dungeoneering).
Ghoul Champion's scroll.png: RS3 Inventory image of Ghoul Champion's scrollGhoul Champion Ghouls South-east of the Slayer Tower in Morytania, North of the Canifis Lodestone.
Earth Warrior Champion's scroll.png: RS3 Inventory image of Earth Warrior Champion's scrollEarth Warrior Champion Earth warriors Player-owned dungeons are the fastest method. Alternatively, in the Wilderness part of the Edgeville Dungeon or in the north-western Chaos Tunnels. The earth warriors in the Chaos Tunnels are safer to kill, since it is not part of the Wilderness and player killers cannot attack you, but the tunnels are difficult to navigate and it takes time to reach them, unless you have hoardstalker rings or Dungeoneering cape - the Chaos Tunnels resource dungeon is next to them.
Jogre Champion's scroll.png: RS3 Inventory image of Jogre Champion's scrollJogre Champion Jogres Eastern Karamja and the Bandos Fortress of the God Wars Dungeon.
Lesser Demon Champion's scroll.png: RS3 Inventory image of Lesser Demon Champion's scrollLesser Demon Champion Lesser demons Crandor and Karamja Dungeon, inside the resource dungeon in Karamja Volcano (requires level 25 Dungeoneering).
Aberrant Spectre Champion's scroll.png: RS3 Inventory image of Aberrant Spectre Champion's scrollAberrant Spectre Champion Aberrant spectres On the 1st floor[UK]2nd floor[US] of the Slayer Tower in the east rooms, or on the bottom floor of the Pollnivneach Slayer Dungeon.
Banshee Champion's scroll.png: RS3 Inventory image of Banshee Champion's scrollBanshee Champion Banshees On the ground floor[UK]1st floor[US] of the Slayer Tower, in the east rooms. Mighty Banshees found in the Pollnivneach Slayer Dungeon can also drop the champion's scroll.
Mummy Champion's scroll.png: RS3 Inventory image of Mummy Champion's scrollMummy Champion Mummies Chaos Tunnels - has the most mummy spawns. Jaldraocht Pyramid - the ones that spawn continuously from the walls, have low life points, and can only be killed with fire magic. Also by the Agility pyramid, across the shortcut from the archaeologists.

Update history[edit | edit source]

This information has been compiled as part of the update history project. Some updates may not be included - see here for how to help out!
  • patch 28 August 2018 (Update):
    • Added the respective monster name to the Champions Scrolls broadcast (i.e. 'Mod Meadows has received a Champions scroll (Goblin).')
  • patch 7 February 2012 (Update):
    • Champion's scroll drops are now announced in the chat window and a jingle is now played.
  • patch 2 June 2009 (Update):
    • Checked the code for the champions' scrolls on existing npcs, and added it to several creatures’ drop tables.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Champion's scrolls of the human and gnome champions exist in the game code but aren't obtainable by players, as these champion fights are unlocked automatically.
  • Acquiring a champion's scroll broadcasts a message to your friends, if your status appears online.

References[edit | edit source]

  1. ^ Mod Maylea. "Treasure Trails Q&A Questions!." 29 September 2010. Community Home Forums.