Mephisto

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Mephisto is an imp found in the Infernal Source. He is trapped in a binding spell after a teleportation spell during a game of 'Luncheons & Flagons' misfired. To free him, the player needs to solve a puzzle box. When freed, he hands the player an infernal dice (d4) and disappears.

Mephisto can be freed six more times afterwards for a total of seven. He'll be in a different spot each time, and will give the player a new dice each time he's freed which will stabilize the portals further. The last dice will be an infernal dice (d%) which stabilizes the portals so that they'll only fail 1/100 times.

Once the infernal dice (d%) has been received, Mephisto can be found in the north-eastern part of Vestibule of Futility.

Having a restored chaos star added to your toolbelt prevents the portals from misfiring 100% of the time, rendering the infernal dice obsolete and are thus only helpful to those below the level 68 Archaeology requirement.

Locations[edit | edit source]

Mephisto will be in a different location after each time you free him, in the following order:

Location Reward Map
Vestibule of Futility (Top Ring) Infernal dice (d4)
The Harrowing (2nd Ring) Infernal dice (d6)
The Harrowing (2nd Ring) Infernal dice (d8)
Dungeon of Disorder (Outside Source)

next to the portal to enter the Source.

Infernal dice (d10)
Vestibule of Futility (Top Ring)

at the westernmost point of the north island.

Infernal dice (d12)
Dagon Overlook (3rd/Last Ring)

in the North-West corner in between Aquarius and Capricorn.

Infernal dice (d20)
The Harrowing (2nd Ring)

on the East side by the Materials Cart in between Taurus and Gemini.

Infernal dice (d%)

Achievement[edit | edit source]

  • Die! Die! Die! (RuneScore.png 25) – Harness the power of the infernal d% die.[sic]

Gallery[edit | edit source]

Dialogue[edit | edit source]

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Mephisto's name is likely derived from Mephistopheles, a demon in German folklore featured in the Faust legend.
  • The game to which Mephisto refers, 'Luncheons & Flagons', and the relevant dialogue are a reference to the popular fantasy tabletop role-playing game Dungeons & Dragons. The different infernal dice also resemble the dice used in this game.