The Karamja Volcano is a volcano located on Karamja, west of Musa Point. This Volcano houses a dungeon where the mighty dragon Elvarg lives, and its core houses the TzHaar city. There is also a passageway to the remains of the destroyed city-state of Crandor.
The Volcano appears to be dormant, as no recent activity has been noticed, despite of the balls of lava shooting out of the pool of magma. This may occur because of the TzHaar living inside.
The Volcano plays an important part in the Dragon Slayer and TokTz-Ket-Dill quests. It's also part of the post-quest reward of Fate of the Gods, as the place where Ful's memory is found, as well as featured in Heart of Stone for the same reason.
Many players come here to access the dungeon below, especially to attack the lesser demons. The dungeon also contains access to a resource dungeon that contains even more lesser demons; the resource dungeon requires level 25 Dungeoneering to enter.
Stiles can be found sitting at the south face of the volcano, and will trade the respective bank notes for raw or cooked swordfish, lobster and tuna. There is a small obelisk at the summit of the volcano, and the top is also covered with dead trees, which can be cut to provide logs for cooking fish, a useful resource for fighters descending to do battle with the monsters below. In addition, level 14 scorpions patrol the area, making it a potential training ground for low level players seeking to raise their combat levels.
Furthermore, imps appear more frequently on top of Karamja Volcano than elsewhere, and in even greater numbers in the resource dungeon, making it a good place to stake out imps for champion scrolls and imp trapping.
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- patch 8 February 2016 (Update):
- Removed a broken Tropical Tree on the south-east side of Karamja Volcano.
- patch 7 October 2009 (Update):
- Removed members’ ops from the TzHaar cave entrance.
- patch 19 May 2009 (Update):
- Karamja Volcano should no longer be see-through from certain camera angles.