While you're navigating Gielinor, slaying demons, and collecting large amounts of OSRS Gold, you may not know what many consider to be one of the most difficult mini-games the game has to offer. This is known as the TzHaar Battle Cave, and defeating it requires a lot of preparation. Luckily, we have a helpful guide that will give you the information you need to tackle this!
What is the TzHaar Battle Cave?
TzHaar Fight Cave is considered by many to be one of the toughest TzHaar fighting mini games in OSRS. To defeat him you have to be armed and ready. Decent gear and combat skills should already be part of your arsenal, and there are a few things you want to avoid. Players have to fight wave after wave. You should also make sure not to log out manually, as this means that the current wave will have to repeat. Logging out during a cave fight will cause you to log out at the end of the golf break.
The minigame is quite time consuming and can take the players several hours. Not only that, but it is enough to exhaust your resources as you will need a large amount of potions to carry you. It also depends on how experienced you are in the game as it can take hours to reach Jad if you have a short distance. Prayer protection is essential, which even hardcore gamers can't.
How should I prepare for Fight Cave?
As mentioned earlier, the use of distance is crucial in the Tzhaar City battle cave. The reason is that it gives players the ability to remotely approach the monsters inside. Considering you are dealing with waves of enemies, an approach to hand-to-hand combat would be a rather difficult way to make your way through the cave. You also need to think about saving resources and food, so distance is by far the best method for you.
In terms of your stats, you should consider reaching at least 75 distance units. It is also recommended to have 75 Hit Points, 60 Prayers and 70 Defense. There is also a tactic to use Gunthan's gear in conjunction with a ranged approach. Of course there are many weapons that can be very useful, such as the Dragon Halberd and Saradomin's Divine Sword. There are also many bows that can be put to good use. A poisonous blower can also be useful because it has a high attack speed and the poison can do additional damage.
However, with Gunthan's Warspear, you have a chance to heal yourself for the same amount of damage you do. If you want to select this method, you must use the components of the Infestation Kit to make it usable. Either way, having a weapon that heals also ensures that you can keep your potions whenever possible. There are a few downsides to using the Battle Spear, though, as not only is it a two-handed weapon (meaning you can't equip a shield at the same time), it also takes up four inventory spaces. see that you need other decor pieces to make it work.
How do you beat TzTok-Jad and OSRS Fight Caves?
In Fight Caves OSRS, players will have to fight their way through a massive 62 waves of monsters, ranging from level 22 to 360. Since the monsters that inhabit these caves have a lot of power and attack, the aforementioned range method is quite acceptable. Fortunately, monsters' defense ratings are usually quite low, so they're not particularly difficult to kill.
Your goal is to reach TzTok-Jad, the last boss of the cave. When you reach Jad and examine her, you will see a message that reads, "It's going to hurt ..." which may sound true if you're not quite prepared. It is certainly doable, but underestimate Jad at your own risk; the beast is considered one of the hardest in the entire game!
The good news about Jad is that before he attacks, he has several messages warning the player which correct protective prayer to use. For example, when Venom is about to use magic, it will stand on its hind legs or you will notice cracks that appear when the monsters that appear use ranged attacks.
What is a Fire Cape?
For defeating Fight Caves you will receive an item called Fire Cape. This is a melee cape that is one of the best cloaks you can get in RuneScape. The OSRS Fire cape is awarded for defeating TzTok-Jad, but you won't get it if you die with the boss, so be careful! The Runescape Fire Cape has a lot going for it, with various attack and defense bonuses, including +11 ranged and magical defense protection!
Overall, if you want a break from the constant grinding for Old School RuneScape Gold, you can play this minigame. This short guide should prepare you well. Concentrate on shooting and you'll survive with a mighty cape to the end!