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The Twin Furies are the generals of Zamorak's army in the Heart of Gielinor. The pair consists of Nymora, the Vengeful and Avaryss, the Unceasing. Level 80 Ranged is required to face them, but this can be boosted.

Obtaining all of the Twin Furies unique drops will unlock the title, [Name] the Lone Fury.

History[edit | edit source]

Early History[edit | edit source]

The Twin Furies were actually triplets, consisting of Nymora, Avaryss and an unnamed sister. The demons were part of one soul that had split into three multiple personalities, which was considered an extremely rare occurrence in demon society. This unusual phenomenon caused the furies to share an extremely close and special bond with each other.

During Zamorak's uprising against Zaros, he requested two of the five remaining Dragon Riders to serve him. Morvannon and Apropos agreed to side with Zamorak, but the other three, Hannibus, Ablenkian and Balustan did not, the latter two siding with Zaros. Hannibus forced both sides to wait first, and due to this, none of the Dragon Riders were present during the uprising. Zamorak took note of this and proceeded to label Morvannon and Apropos as oathbreakers, tasking his followers with their elimination. The Furies, with the assistance of their hellhounds, hunted Morvannon down and killed her. They did not bother searching Morvannon's corpse for an egg, having believed that the Ilujanka were infertile.[1]

Around the Fourth Age, the unnamed fury ran into Gregorovic, who proceeded to kill and devour her. Nymora and Avaryss were enraged and vowed to kill Gregorovic in revenge. The furies believed him to be a human, but Gregorovic was actually a Chthonian demon named Erasinus whose mind had been broken and warped by Sliske.[2] When it was known that Morvannon had possibly carried an egg on her, Zamorak ordered them to resume the hunt for her child, only permitting them to hunt Gregorovic down when the child, if it existed, was killed.[3]

The Heart[edit | edit source]

When the Heart was discovered, Zamorak sent the Twin Furies to claim the pool of anima in his name. The Twin Furies ran into Vindicta and Gregorovic, along with Helwyr. The Furies declared war on the other factions, calling upon the Kinshra and their demonic subordinates to aid them in battle.

Due to fighting in the Heart, the Twin Furies were unable to fulfil their primary task of dealing with oathbreakers. As a result, Nymora sent Miithrius and Zymthara to Daemonheim. The two demons would work with adventurers in claiming the emblems held by traitorous demons for a short time before they were recalled for other tasks.

The following takes place during Azzanadra's Quest.

Although not seen during the quest, the Furies eventually withdrew from the Heart.

Heading to Senntisten[edit | edit source]

To stop the Elder Gods from hatching their eggs and beginning The Great Revision, Azzanadra requested that Zamorak come to assist in draining the eggs of shadow anima. The World Guardian met with Zamorak at his headquarters; he was already aware of the plan and agreed to join. Knowing that he would be fighting ancient and powerful enemies, Zamorak ordered the Twin Furies to head to the ruins of Senntisten. They would be some of the last allies to arrive into the already hectic battle, stationing themselves at the entrance to Senntisten's sewers in the TzekHaar Front.

The following takes place during Eye of Het II.

Following Zamorak's departure from Senntisten, the Twin Furies remained behind, stating that they were fighting in Zamorak's name.

The following takes place during Extinction.

The Twin Furies eventually left Senntisten.

Zamorakian Civil War[edit | edit source]

The following takes place during Daughter of Chaos.

Following Zamorak's banishment from Gielinor along with the rest of the gods, the Twin Furies decided to align themselves with K'ril's faction as they were all demons, eventually becoming involved in a civil war against Bilrach's faction. Avaryss coordinated the demonic attacks on Bilrach's forces with devastating effect, forcing him to withdraw back to Daemonheim with his forces. At the same time, he had also tasked Moia with finding out who was coordinating the attacks and eliminate them.

During Moia's investigation, she learned from a mortally wounded cultist that Avaryss was the one responsible for the attacks and was located at the Hydra Gate in the Infernal Source Dig Site. Moia made her way there by opening a rift at the Sword of Edicts, where she confronted the demon. Initially believing that the half-Mahjarrat was on a suicide mission, Avaryss summoned four Chaos Demons to handle her, but Moia absorbed their souls through a powerful diabolus that Trindine had given her. Avaryss then fought Moia herself but was defeated. She taunted Moia, stating that the rest of the Mahjarrat would never accept her before Moia absorbed her soul with the diabolus.

The following takes place during Civil War III (miniquest).

Upon learning of her sister's capture, Nymora was blackmailed by Moia to work for the Mahjarrat as she threatened to destroy her soul otherwise. Without Avaryss' guidance, the Mahjarrat faction were slowly pushing back K'ril's forces. K'ril wanted to continue fighting, but Nymora, seeing the futility of their efforts, betrayed him to the Mahjarrat and witnessed him being banished back to Infernus. Nymora then demanded that Moia return Avaryss, but she refused to. She tried to lash out, but Moia threatened to destroy her soul, forcing her to stand down.

Drops[edit | edit source]

Achievements[edit | edit source]

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 11 April 2022 (Update):
    • Fixed an issue with Nymora animation during the Twin Furies encounter.
  • patch 6 July 2020 (Update):
    • The Twin Furies no longer display their health value on their individual health bars.
  • patch 2 March 2020 (Update):.
    • Fixed an edge-case that allowed the Twin Furies to be killed very quickly.
  • patch 19 August 2019 (Update):
    • Twin Furies will now show debuffs applied to them.
  • patch 20 May 2019 (Update):.
    • Both God Wars Dungeon 2 and Elite Dungeon bosses now award more Reaper points and Slayer XP when killed in challenge/hard mode.
  • patch 14 January 2019 (Update):
    • If a player was killed by the mushrooms in a Helwyr fight, this would not be recognised as a death at Helwyr. This has now been resolved, along with a similar issue affecting the Twin Furies.
  • patch 20 August 2018 (Update):
    • Quick-traversing on the barrier to the Twin Furies encounter now checks for Zamorak kill count rather than Zaros.
  • patch 8 January 2018 (Update):
    • The Twin Furies can now have their boss kill count prestiged.
  • patch 19 September 2016 (Update):
    • Helwyr & the Twin Furies now pass through targets correctly.
  • patch 11 April 2016 (Update):
    • Increased the amount of augmented weapon & armour XP from killing the Twin Furies.
    • Items dropped by Nymora via the Looting perk while airborne now appear on the correct level.
    • Removed right-click options from the siege beast in the Twin Furies cutscene at The Heart.
  • patch 4 April 2016 (Update):
    • The Twin Furies now always begin their rotation with the wall slice attack.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • The Twin Furies' name may be a reference to the Furies (Erinyes) of Greek mythology, whose origin story is articulated within Hesiod's Theogony. The Furies (of which there are canonically recognised to be three) emerged from an act of violence between two divine family members, taking the form of chthonic deities of vengeance - both against those who harm family members and also those who have sworn a false oath. This theme is closely reiterated in the story of Avaryss, the Unceasing and Nymora, the Vengeful, who seek vengeance upon Gregorovic and the other generals located within the Heart of Gielinor.
  • As of 1 February 2018, the highest kill count for this boss was 14,949 kills for normal mode and 2,018 for hard mode. At this time, this was the record for the most-killed hard mode bosses in the Heart of Gielinor.[4]
    • This had increased to 24,235 for normal mode and had not increased for hard mode by 13 December 2018.[5]
  • Despite possessing a total life points pool of 200,000 (the same as the other generals apart from Telos), both furies have an individual life point pool of 250,000 in normal mode, or 350,000 in challenge mode.[source needed]
  • They were the last of the original generals of the Heart to make an appearance in a quest.
  • According to Inquisition Profiles, demon multiples such as the Twin Furies are the result of a single demon soul being split into multiple physical forms at birth, an event considered to be rare. While they possess independent personalities, they share an unbreakable link that allows them to communicate over vast distances and are fiercely loyal to one another.[6]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. ^ "Tales of the God Wars (miniquest)", RuneScape. "Nymora, the Vengeful: We were assigned to hunt down the Ilujanka who forsook their oaths, my lord. We spent many years searching for the dragon riders, but other developments forced us to stop.
    Zamorak: I believed all the Ilujanka to be dead. You yourselves put an end to Morvannon. Ripped appart by your hellhounds. I do not forget, Nymora.
    Nymora, the Vengeful: This is true, but we received further intelligence that the oathbreaker may have been carrying a child. The dragon, Gorvek, may have escaped with the egg.
    Zamorak: You fools let the dragon escape?
    Avaryss, the Unceasing: Lord Zamorak, it must have been bad information. We know the Ilujanka were interlife, a dying race! It is impossible!"
  2. ^ "Tales of the God Wars (miniquest)", RuneScape. "Nymora, the Vengeful: But my lord, the developments I spoke of... Our sister...
    Zamorak: Dead, I presume. Pity, she had a talent for sniffing out the fear of those who had forsaken their oaths.
    Avaryss, the Unceasing: Please, we are on the trail of her murderer, a human named Gregorovic. We mus-
    Zamorak: I have given you your orders, Avaryss. No one under my command is permitted to leave a job half done."
  3. ^ Zamorak, "Tales of the God Wars (miniquest)", RuneScape. "The Ilujanka is your top priority. Only once you are sure Morvannon was not bearing a child do I permit you to seek your revenge. And if you do find the Ilujanka, it will be fully grown by now. Do not underestimate it. Finish the job this time."
  4. ^ Mod Shauny. Top 10 killers per Boss. Reddit. 2 February 2018. (Archived from the original on 25 January 2019.) Mod Shauny: "Here are the top 10 kills for each Boss in RuneScape, be aware that we've not listed display names for privacy purposes however if you wish to brag about one number being yours then we won't stop you!"
  5. ^ Mod Shauny. Top 20 Boss Killers by Monster (Data: 13th December 2018). Reddit. 8 January 2019. (Archived from the original on 28 February 2020.) Mod Shauny: "[link to a spreadsheet]"
  6. ^ Inquisition Profiles, written by Sliske, "City of Senntisten", RuneScape. "I find the comings and goings of demonkind to be quite the bore, but there is something to be said for demonic multiples (twins, triplets, etc). They are, of course, a rare anomaly: a 'difficult birth' from the Heart of Dis that sees a single soul split into multiple physical forms. The separate entities present independent personalities, but they are linked by an unspoken (and unbreakable) pact. They have the ability to communicate over vast distances, and to form unspoken plans in the blink of an eye. They also form a fierce loyalty to one another."