- "YEEESSS! MY SPIRIT SHALL BE HELD BY ALL THE HEARTS OF TALADOS! NEITHER DEATH NOR MY MASTER CAN REACH ME THERE..."
|Appears in:||The Carnax Saga|
Carnax is the last survivor of the Alpha. Turn into a beast using Cor-Dem remains by Makissar. Its appears as a huge, lizard-like being made with one golden arm and one made of ice. There is a stone patch on his back that has a building on it. Danail Shadowgale, son of Riona Shadowgale the prophetess, managed to talk to the mighty beast. Carnax's weakness is the psycic connection with Danail and any mention of Danail could make him very emotional. Carnax has a laser eye power, which can obliterate the unprepared. Carnax is immune to powerful spells, so wizards had to chip at him with weak spells. In the Mount Thrall Devourer Saga quest, he was turned into a variety of hybrids, and was eventually defeated by the sacrificing of Riona Shadowgale when she used her psychic powers.
Carnax has 2 locations (both locations require the player to be a guardian):
1. Rip in the sky > The library > Special passageway (the object just above the pool) > Go! > click on the scroll on the table (left)
2. Guardian tower > Teleporter > Battle Carnax (Older Version)
Carnax can either be fought One on One (level 500) or fought seperateley (tentacles, arms (right and left), legs (right and left), shoulders (right and left), tail, back and head). The level 500 carnax can only be fought if the player uses the Rip in the sky location of Carnax. Carnax is currently the strongest monster in Adventure Quest, only few have beaten him. However, due to experience and gold farming on the part of hackers, the current version of Carnax cannot be beaten. If he is reduced to 0hp, the Blue Scroll of Death will appear, and the game resets to the location you were in prior to fighting Carnax.
10th Anniversary Appearance
Carnax makes a return appearance in the AdventureQuest 10th Anniversary quest.
You do not fight him 1-on-1; rather, you battle each individual limb until you come to the redesigned Head of Carnax.