The Death of Chivalry is an F2P Runescape quest that replaced Black Knights’ Fortress. It features Sir Owen and Saradominand is the second quest to take place in the Sixth Age. Find out more about this quest in the article below, Runescape gold hunters!
Fighting for the Wand
After Dawn steals the wand, head back to the main room and speak with her once you have stacked up on items when you buy RS gold. After revealing her foul intentions, she will kill Sir Owen, and then raise both him and the Black Knights from the dead before teleporting away. Here, a fight will ensue. They are fairly easy to defeat as their life points are scaled to your level. You can defeat them through any method you desire. One tactic is to stand on the stairs and use magic or ranged weapons since the zombies won’t be able to climb the stairs.
Once they are defeated, search Sir Owen’s body. You may compose a eulogy, say a prayer to the god of your choosing, and take his shield (you are not required to pick up the shield now, even if you want the shield, since you will be awarded the shield upon completion of the quest). Go north and open the portcullis (gaining 125 more Strength experience) and enter the main tomb area.
Confront Dawn and prepare for battle. Though her life points are scaled to your combat level, this is considerably the hardest fight of the quest. Dawn attacks using standard Fire Strike spells. At this point, fire resistant items bought with gold4rs should help. She also has a special attack that creates a pulsating purple cloud that covers a 3×3 area, and deals 10% of your maximum life points in damage every few ticks. Look out for a set of white pulsating circles where you’re standing, as it is a sign that she’s about to release the purple cloud. Simply run away from where it appears. Initially, she will create one purple cloud, and during the duration of the purple cloud will attack you with un-deflectable magic attacks. After you complete each skeleton wave, she will create an additional purple cloud in succession to the previous one (2 clouds after wave 1, 3 clouds after wave 2, and 4 purple clouds at once after wave 3). Dawn has no weaknesses, but since she attacks with magic, ranged armour and weapons are beneficial which you can get with cheap Runescape gold. If you stand upon the platform while all possible purple clouds are not in effect, she will push you off the platform, then start summoning a purple cloud. But if all purple clouds are currently in effect, she will not push you off. Hence, melee is only usable after baiting out all of her purple clouds.
Saradomin and the Wand
Upon defeating Dawn, search her body to find the Wand of Resurrection, Dawn’s key, and the Skull of Remembrance. Use the small key to unlock the journal and read it as it contains Dulcin’s diary entries, most notably on how he first entered the Tomb of the Fallen, lost many men to Fern and failed to breach the final ward protecting the wand. The next entries are written in red by Lensig. After looting her corpse, Saradomin will call you back to the southern room. Go back and talk to Saradomin. You have two options here. If you don’t choose to give him the wand, he will grab it from you by force. If you attempt to use the wand on Sir Owen at this point before continuing the conversation, it will start an animation but fail and Saradomin will explain why it didn’t work. The wand deems him unworthy when he attempts to resurrect Sir Owen, and thus brings the knight back, however it corrupts his arm. There will be more dialogue here, but anyway Saradomin will teleport you back to the Edgeville Monastery. You can also explore the area further as you may loot a few items and RSgold here.