Best OSRS Bosses to Solo

Old School RuneScape is one of the best MMORPGs available for solo players. There are various activities in this game that you can do solo, such as skilling, questing, bossing, etc. For this article, we’ll be focusing on one of those activities which is also one of the most popular activities in OSRS, bossing. More specifically, we’ll have a look at some of the best OSRS bosses to solo complete with their requirements and rewards.


Sarachnis is a spider boss that you can find in the southern part of the Forthos Dungeon in the Great Kourend. Keep in mind that you’ll need a knife or a slashing weapon to access Sarachnis’ lair in the Forthos Dungeon.

Sarachnis is a mid-level boss and is one of the best bosses to learn combat mechanics, such as prayer switching, minion spawns, etc. This boss also provides a decent profit for a boss of its level and accessibility. Sarachnis has a high level of ranged and magic defense. Therefore, you should consider using melee weapons to fight this boss.

Giant Mole

Best OSRS Bosses to Solo

You can find the Giant Mole in the Falador Mole Lair just beneath the Falador Park. Keep in mind that you’ll need a spade to be able to venture down there. Furthermore, a light source such as a bullseye lantern is also required.

The Giant Mole is an easy boss you can try to beat if you haven’t done any bossing before. It’s easier than Sarachnis to beat and lacks any high-damage mechanics for you to deal with. Furthermore, all combat styles are viable to fight this boss, although if you’re using melee, you can use stabbing weapons as the Giant Mole has a lower stab defense stat. Despite that, you should consider having level 70+ on the combat skills of your preference.

Tombs of Amascut

The Tombs of Amascut is a raid content accessible for a group of 1-8 players. You can attempt this raid after completing the Beneath Cursed Sands quest. The Tombs of Amascut is located within Jaltevas Pyramid at the Necropolis.

The Tombs of Amascut is one of the best OSRS bossing content to solo if you’re looking for profit. Due to the nature of raid content, you may need to commit more time to tackle it, especially when compared to other bosses mentioned on this list.


Vorkath is a dragon boss who resides on an island in the northern part of the Lunar Sea called Ungael. Ungael is accessible by boarding Torfinn‘s boat, which you can find directly north of the Rellekka marketplace.

This dragon is one of the best bosses in OSRS to kill for money-making. Furthermore, Vorkath drops are relatively consistent in terms of value. Therefore, you don’t need to rely on rare drops to make a decent profit out of slaying this boss.

Vorkath has a high magic defense stat. Therefore, you should consider using melee or ranged weapons to tackle this boss. Level 90+ in the combat skill of your choosing is recommended.

Phantom Muspah

The Phantom Muspah is a solo-only boss that you can find inside the Ghorrock Dungeon. You can fight this boss after completing the Secrets of the North quest.

Killing the Phantom Muspah is also a decent money-making method. Venator shards and ancient essences are the unique items obtainable by killing this boss. Ranged combat is advised to fight this boss, with level 90+ Ranged being highly recommended.