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Glophren is one of the 16 champions fought as part of the Champion's Challenge distraction and diversion. He is the gnome champion and is one of the six Champions of Champions. Unlike most of the other champions, he does not have a champion scroll but instead challenges players after they defeat 13 standard champions and Leon d'Cour. After he is defeated the first time, he may be fought again weekly for additional Slayer and Constitution experience.

Like the other champions, there is a special restriction during the fight with him; in his case, players are restricted to using magic, and shields cannot be used, meaning players will need to bring a wand or staff to the fight. As the (current) final champion, Glophren is one of the strongest in the minigame, perhaps second only to the Lesser Demon Champion. He is the only champion besides Joycey to have a unique arena; when he is fought, a cage surrounds the arena.

Strategy[edit | edit source]

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As with any boss, bringing food and the best magic armour available is advised when fighting Glophren.

Glophren attacks using powerful magic attacks and will occasionally vanish from the arena, reappearing along the outer rim along with four other illusions of himself, similar to Nomad. All of these clones will attack the player from a distance simultaneously and are just as powerful as the real one. These illusions will vanish when the real one is damaged.

He will also occasionally knock off players' Protect from Magic and Deflect Magic prayers.

Reward[edit | edit source]

The reward scroll

  • 13,927 Slayer experience
  • 13,927 Constitution experience
  • After defeating him for the first time, the player can speak to Larxus to gain further rewards:
    • 50,000
    • Four scrolls of knowledge, each of which gives 10,000 experience in any combat skill (prayer and summoning included) in which the player is at least level 50.
    • "Champion of Champions" title.

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Update history[edit | edit source]

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  • patch 28 September 2011 (Update):
    • The Gnome Champion is now using an updated gnome chathead.

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