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Fire wizard
Fire wizard
Release date 26 September 2005 (Update)
Members? No
Combat level 13
Always drops Ashes
Examine
Caution: HOT!
Combat info
Hitpoints 25
Aggressive No
Poisonous No
Max hit 6
Weakness Ranged
Attack Styles
Magic (Fire strike)
Slayer-icon Slayer info
Not assigned
Combat-icon Combat stats
Attack-icon Strength-icon Defence-icon Ranged-icon Magic-icon
5 5 10 0 10
Attack-icon Aggressive stats
White dagger White scimitar White warhammer Magic-icon Ranged-icon
+0 +0 +0 +0 +0
Defence-icon Defensive stats
White dagger White scimitar White warhammer Magic-icon Ranged-icon
+0 +0 +0 +15 +0
Other bonuses Immunities
Strength-icon RangedStrength-icon Attack-icon Poison hitsplat Venom hitsplat
+0  ? +0 No No
Attack speed
Monster attack speed 6

The Fire wizard is a monster that wanders around the meadow north-east of Rimmington. The fire wizard roams the area with his three elemental companions: Air wizard, Water wizard, and Earth wizard. When engaged in combat, the fire wizard can cast fire strike and weaken. If the player attacks with any type of fire spell, the wizard will say, Gratias tibi ago, and then heal himself.

DropsEdit

100%Edit

Item Quantity Rarity GE market price
Ashes Ashes 1 Always 23

OtherEdit

Item Quantity Rarity GE market price
Fire rune Fire rune 4–9 Common 20–45
Fire talisman Fire talisman 1 Uncommon (1/20) 1,877

TriviaEdit

  • Just like the other three wizards, the fire wizard does not drop bones, but instead ashes as a 100% drop. This is strange given its human-like appearance.
  • Fire wizards die the same way as the character in the Draynor Bank Robbery video, turning into a skeleton and then falling to the ground.
  • "Gratias tibi ego" means ''I thank you'' in Latin.


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