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rdfs:label
  • Anagami
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  • Anagami require a Slayer level of 90 in order to kill. They are enlightened Seiryu monks and unlike their weaker brothers, the Sotapanna and Sakadagami, do not use any abilities. However, they do have an adrenaline bar which they utilise and once the bar is filled, will unleash a lightning attack, dealing 25% of the player's maximum health in damage. This attack can be avoided by simply moving out of the way when it is performed.
  • Anāgāmī: The Non-Returner is a Noble Disciple Ariya-puggala on the 3rd stage of Nobility. An anagami (non-returner) has completely eradicated the first five hindrances of the 10 hindrances to enlightenment and never returns to earth or any other world system (planet, solar system). Such a person is re-born to a heavenly realm and attains enlightenment from there. There are 5 classes of Non-Returners, as it is said e.g. Pug. 42-46:
Level
  • 124
Attack
  • 1
dcterms:subject
acc magic
  • 2765
aff magic
  • 65
lifepoints
  • 22000
Examine
  • An ascending dragon of the Temple of Seiryu.
gemw
  • no
Poisonous
  • no
max magic
  • 1324
max spec
  • 3000
acc melee
  • 0
aff weakness
  • 90
aff melee
  • 55
max ranged
  • 0
aff ranged
  • 45
acc ranged
  • 0
slaylvl
  • 90
max melee
  • 0
Rarity
  • Common
  • Rare
  • Uncommon
  • Always
assigned by
  • No
Aggressive
  • no
immune to poison
  • No
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Speed
  • 4
Defence
  • 83
Magic
  • 95
Name
  • Draconic visage
  • Mithril sword
  • Mithril sq shield
  • Sapphire amulet
  • Sapphire bracelet
  • Water talisman
  • Water battlestaff
  • Mithril claw
  • Chimes
  • Spirit dragon charm
  • Water orb
  • Magic potion
  • Magic stock
  • Ring of recoil
  • The Path of the Dragon
  • The Path of the Elemental
  • The Path of the Monk
  • Unpowered orb
  • Weapon poison+
  • Anagami
Weakness
  • air
immune to stun
  • No
Slayxp
  • 0
immune to drain
  • No
slayercat
  • Acolytes of Seiryu
Members
  • Yes
Quantity
  • 1
  • 2
  • 4
  • 24
  • 50
Update
  • The Arc & Uncharted Isles - Invention XP - Flourishing Fairy Outfit
Armour
  • 2074
ID
  • 23073
Style
  • magic, melee
Release
  • 2016-07-25
Experience
  • 2175
Ranged
  • 1
Raritynotes
  • --07-26
abstract
  • Anagami require a Slayer level of 90 in order to kill. They are enlightened Seiryu monks and unlike their weaker brothers, the Sotapanna and Sakadagami, do not use any abilities. However, they do have an adrenaline bar which they utilise and once the bar is filled, will unleash a lightning attack, dealing 25% of the player's maximum health in damage. This attack can be avoided by simply moving out of the way when it is performed.
  • Anāgāmī: The Non-Returner is a Noble Disciple Ariya-puggala on the 3rd stage of Nobility. An anagami (non-returner) has completely eradicated the first five hindrances of the 10 hindrances to enlightenment and never returns to earth or any other world system (planet, solar system). Such a person is re-born to a heavenly realm and attains enlightenment from there. There are 5 classes of Non-Returners, as it is said e.g. Pug. 42-46: A being, through the disappearing of the 5 lower mental chains samyojana, reappears in a higher world amongst the devas of the Pure Abodes, suddhāvāsa, and without returning from that world into the sense-sphere, he there reaches Nibbāna. 1. He may, immediately after appearing there in the Pure Abodes or before half of the life-time, attain the Noble path for the overcoming of the higher mental chains. Such a being is called one who reaches Nibbāna within the first half of the life antarā-parinibbāyī. 2. Or, while living more than half of the lifetime there, or at the moment of death, he attains the Noble path for the overcoming of the higher mental chains. Such a being is called one who reaches Nibbāna after crossing half the life-time upahacca-parinibbāyī. 3. Or, with effort he attains the Noble path for the overcoming of the higher mental chains. Such a being is called one who reaches Nibbāna with exertion sasankhāra-parinibbāyī. 4. Or, without effort he attains the Noble path for the overcoming of the higher mental chains. Such a being is called one who reaches Nibbāna without exertion asankhāra-parinibbāyī. 5. Or, after vanishing from the heaven of the Aviha-gods see: suddhāvāsa, he appears in the heaven of the unworried atappa gods. After vanishing from there he appears in the heaven of the clearly-visible sudassa gods, from there in the heaven of the clear-visioned sudassī gods, from there in the heaven of the highest akanittha gods. There he attains the Noble path for the overcoming of the higher mental chains. Such a being is called one who passes up-stream to the highest gods uddhamsota-akanittha-gāmī.