Ivandis Seergaze

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A stained glass window depicting Ivandis.

Ivandis Seergaze was one of the Seven Priestly Warriors who went to fight Lord Drakan.

They all died, and were buried at Paterdomus. But rumours say that Ivandis was buried in a secret cave somewhere in Morytania. It is then found to be in an offshoot of the Myreque tunnel, by removing the planks boarding up the entrance. His weapon was the Rod of Ivandis, made of sapphires, silver and mithril. The rod is blessed half by human magic, half by the holiness of the River Salve. Ivandis battled Drakan's creatures with his staff, and after trapping them with his staff he would then use a Serum of Guthix.

Ancient Tome Text[edit | edit source]

A tomb meant for Ivandis

As said in the Ancient tome obtained during the In Aid of the Myreque quest: "Ivandis Seergaze of Lumbridge - A deft and well skilled man of unusual appearance, he held a most bizarre control over some powerful minions of Drakan's horde. A rod or staff helped imbue him with such power. Then with the aide of a Guthix serum he would turn the vile entity, often times destroying the creature instantly or reverting it to an original incarnation or worst of all enraging it greatly, much to the chagrin of his holy brothers."

Final Moments of Humanity[edit | edit source]

It is discovered the reason why his tomb is located elsewhere is because after setting up the barrier, he slowly transformed into a vampyre. He tried to resist the urge for his hunger, travelling the land of Morytania, and hides out in a grotto where he meets a woman named Yarra. They tried to find a cure together or at least something to subdue his transformation, with what seems to be no avail at the mention of the Blisterwood Tree being needed for its ashes. He ended up imprisoning himself within the coffin in Paterdomus, where he resided until the Salve was reblessed during River of Blood. After that quest is completed, inspecting the coffin again will reveal that he has died, presumably as a result of extreme old age after being transformed back into a human.

Where his corpse resides.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Ivandis is from an area near Lumbridge - even though he lived centuries before the town was erected in 1937 of the Fourth Age.