Reindeer hat

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Reindeer hat
Reindeer hat.png
Released18 December 2006 (Update)
Quest itemNo
Worn optionsPrance
DestroyYou can get another from Diango in Draynor Village.
ExamineA reindeer hat and a matching flashing nose.
Value1 coin
High alch0 coins
Low alch0 coins
Weight1 kg
Advanced data
Item ID10507
Reindeer hat detail.png
Reindeer hat chathead.png

The Reindeer hat is an untradeable cosmetic item obtained by completing one of the Christmas holiday events that occur once per year. This also rewards the player with all other holiday items associated with Christmas.

A player prancing with the Reindeer hat.

Before the 2013 Christmas event, reindeer hats and bunny ears spawned in two out of 100 random locations in every world between 14 and 21 July 2013. When picked up by a player, it would immediately spawn in another location.

This item can be stored in the toy box space of a costume room.

An emote is performed by using the "prance" option on the hat while it is worn. This usually spawns a snow pile under the player, which can be picked from, and melts soon after. In snow-restricted areas, the message in the chatbox will instead state: This is not an appropriate place to play with your hat!

Attack icon.png Attack bonusesReindeer hat equipped.pngReindeer hat equipped female.png
White dagger.pngWhite scimitar.pngWhite warhammer.pngMagic icon.pngRanged icon.png
Defence icon.png Defence bonuses
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Melee.png Other bonusesSlot
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Changes[edit | edit source]

Date Changes
11 May 2022

The item's weight has been reduced from 2 kg to 1 kg.

Date unknown

The option to spawn snow on the ground was renamed from operate to prance.

17 December 2013

The reindeer hat now has a chance of spawning snow on the ground when you perform its emote, provided you're in a suitable place and there isn't already lots of snow present.