Kerapac, the bound

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This article is about the boss. For the historical character, see Kerapac.
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Kerapac, the bound is a Dactyl dragonkin boss. Enslaved by Jas following the events of Desperate Measures, Kerapac has been sent by Jas to reclaim the Elder Eggs taken from the mortal races and put in Senntisten and is the leader of the Nodon forces that were sent with him to do so as part of the Nodon Front. As with the other "generals" of the Elder God Wars Dungeon, kill count is not needed as a prerequisite to face Kerapac. He can be fought in a team size of 1 to 3 players; like bosses of Elite Dungeons, his health does not scale, but his mechanics will be adjusted accordingly.

Taking the Staff of Armadyl and The Needle with him, Kerapac has a myriad of attacks and abilities at his disposal. Players who are able to defeat him will be rewarded with drops including his wrist wraps, tier 85 magic power gloves that enhance Combust and Dragon Breath; a codex that upgrades Concentrated Blast; and the Scripture of Jas, an Elder God book and its pages. Players who are able to subdue him in hard mode will still be able to access this table, along with the ability to obtain fragments of the Staff of Armadyl itself, a tier 95 two-handed staff.

Obtaining all of his unique drops is required for the feat Naughty Dragonkin which awards the title Timeweaver [Name].

Location[edit | edit source]

Kerapac, the bound can be found at the Nodon Front as part of the Elder God Wars Dungeon.

Using the teleportation option in Kerapac's Beasts interface entry takes the player to the Varrock lodestone, a fair distance south-west from the entrance to the ruins of Senntisten.

Strategy[edit | edit source]

Despite being a Dactyl dragonkin, Kerapac counts as a Nodon dragonkin for the purposes of a Slayer assignment. The slayer helm provides accuracy and damage bonuses, but Kerapac is unaffected by Tuska's Wrath's slayer effect.

Drops[edit | edit source]

Upon defeat, three drops are given per kill. In solo encounters, the player receives all three drops. In duo encounters, the leftover drop is awarded to the top damaging player. In trio encounters, every player gets their own drop.

Like at Solak, drops from Kerapac are announced in local chat and separated into three different colours; main drops are green, secondary drops are blue, while rare unique drops are orange.

Charms[edit | edit source]

Charms are dropped in stacks of 20 charms. Up to three stacks are received per kill.

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Normal Mode[edit | edit source]

Hard Mode[edit | edit source]

Secondary drops[edit | edit source]

Secondary drops drop alongside the main drop. It is possible to receive multiple secondary drops in one kill.

  1. ^ a b Obtainable if the Pontifex shadow ring's Elder Trove modifier is tier 2 or lower.
  2. ^ a b Only obtainable when the Pontifex shadow ring's Elder Trove modifier is tier 3. The ring must be worn prior to Kerapac's defeat.
  3. ^ a b c Only drops in hard mode. Random part dropped first, then the next roll on this table guarantees one of the other two pieces.

Tertiary drops (both modes)[edit | edit source]

  1. ^ a b c Triskelion fragments are dropped in order.
  2. ^ There's a 1% chance an elite clue scroll will be upgraded to a master clue scroll

Dialogue[edit | edit source]

Achievements[edit | edit source]

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!
  • hotfix 28 July 2021:
    • Players now deal 0 damage during Kerapac's phase transition, down from 5% damage.[1]
  • hotfix 26 July 2021:
    • Increased the melee damage dealt from Jumping Slam to discourage players from tanking the attack to skip the Lightning Strike mechanic.

References[edit | edit source]

  1. ^ Jagex. Runescape's Twitter account. 28 July 2021. (Archived from the original on 28 July 2021.) Runescape: "#RSHotfix: Players now deal 0 damage during Kerapac’s phase transition, down from 5% damage."