- This article is about the dungeon. For the quest, see Temple of Ikov.
|Fishing Guild||←||Temple of Ikov||→||Sorcerer's Tower|
|Main Music||Chain of Command|
|Strongest Monster|| Lesarkus the Fire Warrior (during quest)|
Lesser Demon (after quest)
|Quests||Temple of Ikov|
This dungeon is the only place ice arrows can be obtained.
To pass to the second portion of the dungeon, you must be wearing the pendant of lucien.
Players can also pick up boots of lightness in a room down a flight of stairs west of the entrance, though they will need a knife or a bladed weapon to cut through a spiderweb. A light source is needed to obtain the boots.
Near the end of the dungeon, there is a ladder leading up to a small building with a locked door adjacent to McGrubor's Wood. This door can be opened using the shiny key that spawns at the very end of the dungeon. This ladder along with the shiny key allows you easy access to the end of the dungeon. The shiny key can be added to the steel key ring.
This is a great place to fight lesser demons, because there is hardly anyone fighting them here, and it is furthermore pretty close to the Seer's Village bank.
- Lesser Demon
- Guardian of Armadyl
- Ice spider
- Giant bat
- Giant spider
- Giant skeleton
- King scorpion
- The Armadyl pendant can be obtained within this dungeon. If you went the Armadyl side, speak to one of the Guardians and they will give you one. However, if you sided with Lucien, you will have to kill them in order to get one.
- There is a glitch on the dungeon while doing the quest in which you can make unlimited Fire warriors who will remain there even if you log out.
- When examined, the trapdoor near the lever says "Don't you open that trapdoor!". This is a reference to the TV series, The Trap door, whose theme tune included those exact words.
- If you go to the most southern point of the ice section of the Temple of Ikov, part of the Legends Guild basement can be seen
- There is a glitch that if you kill a lesser demon by a stalagmite the drop will show up on the stalagmite.