|Released||12 December 2005 (Update)|
|Examine||Champion of champions!|
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Leon d'Cour is the human Champion of Champions, and the last boss in the Champions' Challenge minigame. He can only be fought after all the other champions have been defeated.
Upon defeating the last champion, Leon d'Cour will challenge the player, telling them "You have done well brave adventurer, but I would test your mettle now. You may arrange the fight with Larxus at your leisure." The special rule in this fight is that the player cannot have any items in their inventory.
Once players defeat Leon d'Cour, he will exclaim "Adventurer, you have defeated me in battle! For this, I congratulate you. Please accept my cape as a sign of your accomplishment", and give players the Champion's cape.
Strategy[edit | edit source]
Since no inventory items are allowed, players using melee should bring equipment with a high Prayer bonus such as proselyte armour or Verac's set and activate Protect from Melee as the champion hits accurately and hard with melee.
Rewards[edit | edit source]
- 492 experience
- 492 experience
- A Champion's lamp which awards 4,920 Slayer and Hitpoints experience when rubbed. This is obtained from the Chest of Champions by the north side of the basement.
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- Leon d'Cour is a play on Coeur de Lion (French for Lionheart), which is a nickname of King Richard I Plantagenet of England for his reputation as a great military leader and warrior. The three golden lions on Leon d'Cour's platebody is also the sigil of the House of Plantagenet.
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