Killing Chronozon[edit source]
First it should be said that there is a big fat easy safe spot for maging Chronozon. So really, the only danger comes from PKers. I chose a totally cheap armor : the Jester suit (need to begin The Fremennik Isles to get it), because I don't mind losing it (can be reobtained for free if lost) and it gives a decent magic protection (+20 - I assumed that the most dangerous thing with PKers are their mage attacks). With this I used an Amulet of defence and Adamant gloves. So my armor was worth less than 5k. In my inventory I took an emergency teleport (Ectophial), 11 Swordfish, 2 doses of antipoison, staff of air, and the needed runes (I chose to take chaos rune to avoid using death runes more than needed). My cb lvl was 79 (66 def, 62 HP, 62 mage). I took less than 5 HP of damage during all the action (I ran back instead of teleporting away - oh, yeah I forgot that : you should always be running) and I wasn't poisoned. I used the following runes : 4 death, 4 earth, 3 water, 25 fire, 5 chaos. The last advice I would give is if you're afraid, you could first go explore there (see the path and the safe spot) with less than 3 items on you, then come back prepared for the battle. That's what I did. Patheticcockroach(Talk) 07:23, 11 November 2007 (UTC)
A lv 170 demon is listed, yet under monsters to kill it says "none." Dsctatom 20:23, 18 January 2009 (UTC)
New Safe Spot?[edit source]
In doing this quest for the second time on my new account, I noticed that Chronozon's location has been changed to a new area outside of the wilderness, which, although it was covered in this article, a few other parts conflicted with the update. I tried to make the information as up to date as possible, but this involved removing the old screenshot of the previous safespot.
There appears to be atleast one safespot in the new room, but it did not occur to me to try any during my fight, which means that I can not confirm either of the suspected ones to actually work, nor did I get a screenshot of either of them in action. If someone else could provide one in the respective section, that would be very helpful.SwaggaMon 01:12, June 12, 2011 (UTC)
- Nevermind. I got a friend who hadn't done the quest yet to help me get the screenshot.SwaggaMon 02:47, June 12, 2011 (UTC)
59 magic?[edit source]
Is it possible to do this without 59 Magic? THe requirements say it can't be boosted but in the the recommended items, it says "If players have below 59 magic". —The preceding unsigned comment was added by 188.8.131.52 (talk) on 17:47, July 14, 2013.
Perfectly possible to do it without 59 Magic, you can do it with 56 and a Wizard's Mind Bomb. Did it just now as of 15.12.2013.128.39.168.140 05:41, December 15, 2013 (UTC)
I can expand on the glitch listed a little bit. I just freshly completed the quest, had "family gauntlets" and tried getting Avan to enchant them for me as they were brand new but he refused saying they were already enchanted. I destroyed them and reacquired from Dimintheis and automatically got the Cooking Gauntlets as listed. So it's not just Caleb who refuses. ValorValorcide (talk) 12:55, July 1, 2014 (UTC)
Chronozon disappears after I use all four elements?[edit source]
Hey, this has happened to me twice now where I'll do all four blasts on him and then he disappears before I can switch to my melee items. Am I doing something wrong? :s —The preceding unsigned comment was added by 184.108.40.206 (talk) on 23:57, May 31, 2015 (UTC).