Rocs are aggressive by nature, thus will attack when the player gets close to one. They attack by unleashing a powerful beam attack, even for its level they can quickly drain players health. However, the player can still outrun them as not only are they slow, but their beam attack requires them to be close within range, or the player can go up close to it, to prevent it from using the beam attack.
|1-12||Nickel Chest Plate||rare||80|
|1-12||Nickel Back Plate||rare||120|
|1-12||Nickel Front Legs||rare||70|
|1-12||Nickel Back Legs||rare||70|
|20||Spatial Ingot Forging Manual||rare||6|
|20||Titanium Helmet Forging Guide||rare||8|
|20||Titanium Chest Plate Forging Guide||rare||8|
|20||Titanium Back Plate Forging Guide||rare||8|
|20||Titanium Front Legs Forging Guide||rare||8|
|20||Titanium Back Legs Forging Guide||rare||8|
|20||Harmonious Helmet Forging Guide||rare||11|
|20||Harmonious Chest Plate Forging Guide||rare||11|
|20||Harmonious Back Plate Forging Guide||rare||11|
|20||Harmonious Front Legs Forging Guide||rare||11|
|20||Harmonious Back Legs Forging Guide||rare||11|
- Using the Sphere of Protection decreases the magical damage that the Roc's beam deals to a player.
- Rocs, while airborne, can still be hurt with ground attacks such as Seismic Buck and Ground Pound.
In ancient middle eastern mythology the Roc or Rukh was an enormous bird of prey.