Bracelet of slaughter
|Bracelet of slaughter|
|Released||2 February 2017 (Update)|
|Options||Wear, Check, Break|
|Examine||Occasionally prevents slayer kill count being decremented.|
|High alch||1,500 coins|
|Low alch||1,000 coins|
|Exchange||3,181 coins (info)|
When worn, there is a 25% chance for a Slayer task kill to not count as a kill towards it, but still granting the appropriate slayer experience (excluding TzTok-Jad and TzKal-Zuk). This results in Slayer tasks lasting 33.3% longer on average. This effect is the inverse of the expeditious bracelets effect. Note that the bracelet needs to be worn only for the tick the Slayer XP drop appears for the effect to occur. This means that for the rest of the fight, other bracelets or gloves can be worn such as the Barrows gloves.
The bracelet has 30 charges, with one charge used each time it activates, and will disappear when all its charges are used. The number of charges is linked to the player. The only way to reset the charges is by breaking a bracelet, via right-clicking it. This should be taken to account when players are preparing for slayer tasks.
On average, you will need 1 charge per 3 assigned monsters. So, an estimate of the number of charges can be calculated as , where C is the charges required and x is the assigned slayer count. For example, an assigned slayer count of 132 results in: .
Players can estimate the number of bracelets required per task by dividing the number of charges required by 30 and rounding up. In this example, the number of bracelets required is , so the player will need 2 bracelets of slaughter. You can also simply divide the assigned slayer count by 90 to receive the same answer.
Creation[edit | edit source]
|Members||Ticks||1 (0.6s) [r 1]|
|Bracelet of slaughter||1||3,181|
- Manual casting is 3 ticks, auto-casting is 7 ticks
Changes[edit | edit source]
|6 August 2020
Some grammar has been adjusted on the Bracelet of Slaughter.
|16 February 2017
The item's inventory sprite was rotated, so that unenchanted silver jewellery now has non-standard angles instead.
|9 February 2017
The "Break" option was added.
Gallery (historical)[edit | edit source]
|2 February 2017 –
16 February 2017
|16 February 2017 –|