Nodon enforcer

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Nodon enforcers are elite versions of Nodon engineers that can be found in the Nodon Front. They can be summoned randomly after killing an engineer, and spawn alongside a Nodon henchman. Nodon enforcers are not Elite monsters meaning fellstalk incense sticks have no effect on the spawn chance and do not have the associated elite ring circling them or the mechanic that allows only the spawning player to attack them. However the chance to spawn is increased when killing Nodon engineers as part of a Nodon dragonkin Slayer assignment.

They have names, and the player receives a chat message upon spawn, when the enforcer starts attacking. When they target the player, they say Prepare for death....

Mechanics[edit | edit source]

Nodon enforcers possess all special attacks that the Nodon guard, Nodon artificer, and the Nodon hunter uses. It will however, only choose one randomly and players should be able to determine it through the words it will show:

A Nodon guard's special attack is where they shout ARGHH!, leap into the air, and then slam back down. When this happens, the three tiles in front of them will be hit with a quake attack, dealing heavy damage and stunning the player if they're standing on one of those squares. To avoid it, players should sidestep the enforcer as soon as it shouts or use anticipate to negate the stun.

A Nodon artificer special attack happens when they say Feel the flames... and, after a brief pause, launch 3 fire beams in quick succession, each beam homing in on your current location. This attack ignores protection prayers and deflect curses. The attack can be avoided by moving.

A Nodon hunter's special attack will launch once he speaks BOMBS AWAY!, to which a 3x3 tile poison cloud will be placed under the player, taking constant damage until the player moves out of the zone or until it disappears.

They also spawn with a henchman Nodon, who will also attack the player. Henchmen are differently named variants of an artificer, a guard or a hunter which cannot use their special attacks. Players need to be extremely careful, as the enforcer will regularly spawn additional henchmen and it is very easy for numerous Nodon to pile up, attacking at once with all three combat styles.

Names[edit | edit source]

Known names include:

  • Arklissath
  • Kasslatha
  • Sharesseh
  • Slithiss
  • Stathiss
  • Thoslith
  • Vesskath
  • Ramen
  • Luma

Upon spawning, they shout Prepare for death... to the player who killed the engineer that spawned them.

Drops[edit | edit source]

Pre-roll[edit | edit source]

Pre-roll drops are dropped alongside the main drop table.

  1. ^ a b Only obtainable when the Pontifex shadow ring's Elder trove modifier is Tier 2.
  2. ^ a b Only obtainable when the Pontifex shadow ring's Elder trove modifier is Tier 3.

100% drop[edit | edit source]

Charms[edit | edit source]

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31–37%10–14%6–9%26–32%15–20%
Represents a 90% confidence range based on a sample of 842 kills.
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Main drop[edit | edit source]

Secondary drops[edit | edit source]

There is a 1/100 chance to hit the secondary drop table. It drops alongside the main drop.

Tertiary drops[edit | edit source]

  1. ^ Guaranteed after a total 1,600 Nodon dragonkin kills

Update history[edit | edit source]

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  • hotfix 27 July 2021:
    • Loot from Nodon will no longer drop under siege engines (causing loot to be unobtainable in specific cases).[2]

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Unlike the other attackable Nodon dragonkin who flee upon losing all of their health, enforcers do not flee and instead die.
  • The possible names Ramen and Luma are references to Mod Ramen and Mod Luma, content developers who worked on the Nodon Front.

References[edit | edit source]

  1. ^ Jagex. Mod Luma's Twitter account. 27 July 2021. (Archived from the original on 27 July 2021.) Mod Luma: "Naressa's journal now has a much lower (higher? it's easier to get now anyways 🙂) drop rate, with a guaranteed drop if you have over 1.6k kills"
  2. ^ Jagex. Mod Luma's Twitter account. 27 July 2021. (Archived from the original on 27 July 2021.) Mod Luma: "Loot from Nodon will no longer drop under siege engines (causing loot to be unobtainable in specific cases)"