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Icelord
Icelord
Release date 29 January 2007 (Update)
Members? Yes
Combat level 51
Always drops Big bones
Examine
Sturdy cold being.
Combat info
Hitpoints 60
Aggressive Yes
Poisonous No
Max hit 5
Weakness Fire spells, Slash attacks
Attack Styles
Melee, Ranged
Slayer icon Slayer info
Slayer level 1
Slayer XP 60
Category Ice warrior
Assigned by
Unknown (edit)
Combat icon Combat stats
Attack icon Strength icon Defence icon Magic icon Ranged icon
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Attack icon Aggressive stats
White dagger White scimitar White warhammer Magic icon Ranged icon
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Defence icon Defensive stats
White dagger White scimitar White warhammer Magic icon Ranged icon
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Other bonuses Immunities
Attack icon
Strength icon
Ranged Strength icon
Magic Damage icon
Poison hitsplat
Venom hitsplat
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Attack speed
Unknown (edit)

The Icelords are icy beings that live inside the Iceberg, and were found when Pescaling Pax moved much of the Penguin population to the Iceberg to prepare for the invasion of Gielinor. They have four arms, and are quite adept in using these to pummel their enemies into submission, while some prefer to hurl large icicles at adventurers. Pescaling Pax intends to use these as a strike force when they do invade the mainland.

Icelords are encountered during the Cold War quest. They are in a cage on the Penguin's Iceberg that is explored during the quest. After the quest is finished, they can be accessed by entering "A Crack" again, and re-entering the cage.

Inside the Cage, there are three Icelords that use melee, and one wielding icicles that uses ranged. They are weak to Fire spells and Slash attacks, so it is recommended to use Fire Bolt or better, or a longsword or scimitar, preferably of Dragon metal.

The main reason for making the trip back to fight them is because they can be used as a replacement for Ice warriors during a Slayer task. They provide one more experience compared to Ice warriors. They also have an "advantage" of most of the time having only one drop, Big bones (they also drop Long bones rarely), negating the need for banking, therefore allowing them to be killed en masse. It is recommended that lower-levelled players (and most other players) bring a half-inventory of cakes, as these creatures do not hit hard or frequently, but it will add up as time goes on. This allows for greater numbers to be killed.