NPC Dragon Slayer II

Robert the Strong
Robert the strong
Release date 4 January 2018 (Update)
Members? Yes
Combat level 194
Always drops Nothing
A battle hardened hero.
Combat info
Hitpoints 280
Aggressive Yes
Poisonous No
Max hit 34 (Ranged), 50+ (Special)
Weakness Crush
Attack Styles
Slayer icon Slayer info
Not assigned
Combat icon Combat stats
Attack icon Strength icon Defence icon Magic icon Ranged icon
0 0 140 128 328
Attack icon Aggressive stats
White dagger White scimitar White warhammer Magic icon Ranged icon
+0 +0 +0 +0 +126
Defence icon Defensive stats
White dagger White scimitar White warhammer Magic icon Ranged icon
+140 +180 +60 +940 +860
Other bonuses Immunities
Attack icon
Strength icon
Ranged Strength icon
Magic Damage icon
Poison hitsplat
Venom hitsplat
+0 +0 +0 +0% Immune Immune
Attack speed
Monster attack speed 6

Robert the Strong chathead

Robert the Strong was a famous hero who battled against the Dragonkin in the Fourth Age during the Dragonkin Conflicts and forced them into hiding.

He is significantly taller than an ordinary human and appears to be wearing armour resembling rock-shell armour, and wields a unique bow which resembles an ogre bow.

A Tail of Two Cats

During a cutscene, Robert is seen slaying one of the Dragonkin in their castle after it kills his pet panther, Odysseus. The quest also reveals that Bob the Cat is the reincarnation of Robert the Strong.

Dragon Slayer II

To help Bob the Cat remember his previous life as Robert the Strong, the player is tasked with defeating the latter after entering the cat's mind. His damage is only partially reduced by Protect from Missiles.

He is then seen without his helmet during a cutscene. Here, it is revealed what Robert did with the key pieces the player is required to find.


  • Robert the Strong's Strong Arrow special attack is a nod to Nomad's Soul Blast during Nomad's Requiem in RuneScape 3. His mannerisms also pay homage to Nomad.
  • The name Robert the Strong could be a reference to the character Ser Robert Strong from George R.R Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire. Aside from the similar name, both characters are extraordinarily tall.