OSRS: Tempoross

One of the minigame-style bosses players can defeat in OSRS is Tempoross, however, they need to be at least level 35 in Fishing.


Old School RuneScape (OSRS) is a popular massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG), released in 2013. However, when Old School RuneScape launched, it was originally a 2007 version of RuneScape.

It has since received engine improvements, new content and quality of life updates, which was decided by in-game polls.

The game now features an infinite world in which players can interact with each other and with the environment. Additionally, they can also engage with non-player characters (NPCs), objects and entities by left-clicking on them.

Old School RuneScape invites players to take control of a single character in explore the world, complete quests and defeat enemies. They can level up individual skills and gain experience points, which makes the character more powerful.

It is important to note that the game features a large selection of skills. The skills are divided into three different categories: gathering, artisan and combat.

The combat skills aid the player in defeating monsters or other players, while the artisan skill enables players to cook, craft and do smithing. The gathering category consists of mining, fishing and woodcutting.

The input mechanics are very easy, as it is mainly point-and-click. Players should note that the combat is turn-based.

New Features to Old School RuneScape

Some features that were not released on RuneScape until after 2007 have since been released to Old School RuneScape.

Some of the new content include Fossil Island, The Inferno minigame and Great Kourend. Additionally, it introduced new quests, such as the Dragon Slayer 2 and the Song of the Elves.

They are also able to defeat new powerful enemies in raids, including the Chambers of Xeric. The game also introduced clans, which means that players can join or create clans to make new friends.

OSRS: Tempoross

The game offers a variety of activities for players to participate in, one of which is the Tempoross. It is a minigame-style boss that is fought using non-combat skills. It is important to note that the boss is also known as the Spirit of the Sea.


Tempoross is an ancient entity believed to be as old as Gielinor itself. The boss is able to create extreme storms, which makes sailing difficult.

However, it has recently awoken after having laid dormant for years. Now, it is wreaking havoc upon sailors who were unfortunate to cross its path in the seas.

It is recommended that players must have at least level 35 in the Fishing skill to help sailors subdue the boss. They should note that they will take no damage directly from Tempoross, or the surrounding environment.

It is also important to know that followers and pets, such as kittens and cats, are allowed in Tempoross.

Fighting Tempoross

Players can start the fight by boarding the ship located at the end of the dock in the Ruins of Unkah. When they arrive at Tempoross Cove, a selection of equipment, including hammers, harpoons, buckets and ropes are available from the crates.

It is advised that they help the angles subdue the boss by draining its essence to zero. To do this, they must first deplete its energy by firing cannons, which can be found on the decks of the ships. They need to use harpoonfish as ammo. It can be gathered in the harpoon spots, in the water.

Once the energy is depleted, the boss will submerge. It will also trigger the second phase of the fight, where players must catch the energized fish by fishing at the whirlpool. Doing this will reduce its essence.

If the essence is depleted to zero before the boss has restored its energy, it will retreat, and the fight will be successful. However, if Tempoross fully regains its energy before the essence is depleted, it will emerge.

This means that the first phase of the fight will repeat again. However, any essence depleted in the second phase will remain depleted.

Players should note that this cycle can be repeated up to three times. After the third attempt, the boss will gain too much energy and the encounter will end unsuccessfully. If the fight is successful, players will be automatically teleported back to the Ruins of Unkah.


Players will primarily gain fishing experience during the fight with Tempoross. Additionally, they will receive one reward permit for the first 2 000 points scored and additional permits for every 700 points beyond the initial points.

The final reward can be obtained by fishing from the reward pool with a big or small fishing net. It is important to note that the rewards are determined by the player’s fishing level at the time they are fishing from the reward pool.


In OSRS, players can participate in various activities, one of which is defeating Tempoross. However, it is recommended that they have at least level 35 in fishing before attempting the fight.

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