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The Evil Chicken's Shrine.
The Evil Chicken's Nest.

The Evil Chicken's Lair is entered through a teleport by using a raw chicken (a raw chicken (undead) will not work) on the Chicken Shrine north of the Fairy ring entrance of Zanaris. It is accessible during and after the Recipe for Disaster: Sir Amik Varze subquest during which players must kill the level 171 Evil Chicken (or 159 if the player's combat level is not 91+). Players should note that to access the Evil Chicken's Lair, he must have spoken to the Wise Old Man in Draynor Village.

Five level 227 Black dragons live here on the main level. Before entering, players are suggested to wield a anti-dragon shield and turn on the Protect from Melee prayer, as the black dragons are near the entrance. A Ring of Life may be useful, just in case the player dies. Safe spots for Ranged and Magic include the paths to the mine to the east and the lair to the north.

A level 83 Baby black dragon can be found down a level and is reached by climbing down a rope on the tunnel entrance near the middle of the west wall.


Points of interest

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  1. Portal (to exit)
  2. Five Black dragons
  3. Evil Chicken's nest
  4. Baby black dragon
A Baby Black Dragon that can be found in the tunnel.

The mine

A mine in the south east has 4 iron, 4 coal, 3 silver, 4 gold, and 2 mithril ores.




  • Chickened Out


  • According to the Evil Chicken, the Black dragons in the area are attracted to him and have come to pay their respects.
  • When in the South-West corner of the place where the black dragons are, players can see a grey room. In this room there are various things: stairs, a thingymajig and an Oojimaflip. This is Oldak's laboratory in North-West Dorgesh-Kaan.
The Thingy majig.

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