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For other uses, see Raids (disambiguation).
Concept art for Yakamaru

Raids are high-level group combat activities that take place on Mazcab, the Goebie homeworld. Players protect goebies[1] by fighting bosses in ten-player teams, and will be rewarded with high-level armour, such as level 90 Defence tank gear, new abilities, and more.[2]

Bosses[edit | edit source]

Currently only one raid is available, the Liberation of Mazcab, which features Beastmaster Durzag and Yakamaru. When the boss is defeated, the player can move on to the next boss fight in line, provided that all other members in the group have already defeated that boss. In Yakamaru's case, the maze pre-fight section can be skipped if all players completed the puzzle and entered the fight arena.

The Liberation of Mazcab bosses drop abilities and pets. All players will receive their own loot from the boss after it dies, as long as they dealt some damage to it. Players can kill the bosses as many times as they want during the day, but they can only loot the same boss once per two days. The mechanics of the bosses are dependent on the actions of the players.

Rewards[edit | edit source]

The bosses drop Achto versions of the tier 90 equipment, which share a similar effect to their inferior version, along with the additional bonus of dealing extra damage depending on the tier of their shield/defender, and can be repaired with coins. They can also drop Mazcab codices which can be traded with other players or used to unlock special abilities only obtained from Raids. In addition, they give Teci upon defeat, Raids currency which allows them to buy the inferior versions of the armours and one-ability codices from the Armoursmith near the Pit of Trials at his shop.

In addition, each Liberation of Mazcab boss has 5 achievements. These achievements range from surviving NPCs to repeating the whole boss fight again. Once all 10 achievements are completed, the title "the Daredevil" is unlocked.

Gallery[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!
  • patch 1 September 2020 (Update):
    • A new toggle has been added to Reward Chest interfaces which allows players to loot items in noted or unnoted form.
  • patch 20 July 2015 (Update):
    • The Raid boss drop tables have been vastly improved: Beastmaster Durzag will award values between 1 and 2 million and Yakamaru will award values between 2 and 3 million.
    • A bonfire has been added next to the entrance to Raids.

References[edit | edit source]