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Nomads Requiem Quest Boss Fight - Runescape

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Published on Jan 12, 2010

Runescape Nomad's Requiem Boss Fight

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The boss from the quest "Nomad's Requiem", one of, if not the hardest quest fight to date. Can you beat him!?

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==Stuck people==
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The Nomad fight is meant to be hard, so lower levels may find it difficult, depending on what they have available to them to use. For higher levels that have stuff like Overload Potions, Iron/Steel Titans, Ancient Curses at their disposal, it should be a fairly easy fight.

Nomad is level 699 and is pretty safe to fight (if you die you appear outside with your gravestone very close by).

Since you can only fight the Nomad once (if you kill him) it's difficult to come up with a perfect solution for killing it, but hopefully the following may help.

-Food-

I strongly recommend using Saradomin Brews, it is possible to kill him with food, but you'll most likely need a lot of it. There is a benefit to using regular food over brews, in that your boosted stats won't get lowered, but obviously you get less overall hp from your supplies.

-Familiars-

High level summoners, I highly recommend using an iron or steel titan, the special attacks do a lot of damage and should speed up the fight significantly. If you find you're still running out of supplies, take a BoB first, then once that is empty, dismiss it and summon your titan.

If you're mid level summoning, try using a War Tortoise full of brews, then a good fighting familiar for when your tortoise is empty.

-Potions-

If you can use overloads, I strongly recommend using them, one dose before you enter should be ok, then you can drink brews/restores and still maintain boosted stats for the majority of the fight.

If you can't make overloads, then there isn't much point in taking any stat boosting potions, unless you want to risk using regular food. Your stats will constantly be getting lowered from the brews and you could use the inventory space for better things.

-Prayers-

I'm not sure if protection prayers are effective against Nomad's attacks, if they are, they barely help anyway. Soul split is the best overhead prayer to use, along with Turmoil if you have them. If you don't have either, just use piety and protect from magic (doubt it helps, but can't hurt to try :P)

-Armour-

I didn't try any other armour, but I managed fine with Bandos and only used 11 brews (10 if you don't count the one I had to drink to restore lost hp from overload), so I'd guess melee armour works pretty good.

-Weapon-

Again I didn't try any other weapons, but I'm pretty sure most high level weapons work fine - Godswords, Whips, Zamorakian Spear etc. I'd recommend using melee, it seems much better than range and I've not seen anyone use magic (as usual). You may also want to take a fast weapon if you have a slow melee weapon, so you can attack the Nomad clones as fast as possible.


Good luck!

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