Slayer master

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This article is about the NPCs that give slayer assignments. For the term for a player with level 99 Slayer, see Slayer cape.
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Slayer Masters are masters of the Slayer skill. They can assign you a certain number of monsters to kill in order to raise your Slayer level. Each Slayer Master requires a certain Slayer and combat level in order to be assigned monsters. Players will also receive Slayer reward points upon completing tasks after completing five tasks (except Turael).

All slayer masters sell useful items. The store article is at Slayer equipment.

Slayer Masters[edit | edit source]

Slayer Master Combat level required
Turael None
Krystilia None
Mazchna 20
Vannaka 40
Chaeldar 70
Konar 75
Nieve/Steve[1] 85
Duradel 100 and level 50 Slayer
  1. After the events of Monkey Madness II, Steve replaces Nieve as the slayer master in the Tree Gnome Stronghold. Information on Steve as a slayer master can be found below.

Turael[edit | edit source]

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The location of Turael.

Turael gives the easiest tasks and is ideal for lower level players. They have no minimum combat or Slayer level requirements before players may receive assignments.

He is located in a small house south of the general store in Burthorpe. The quickest ways to reach them are to use:

If a player of any level receives an assignment they do not wish to do, Turael may consider giving players an easier assignment if they talk to him. However, this only works if the assignment is something that he doesn't assign. For example, if Chaeldar assigns a player Desert Lizards, then the Burthorpe slayer master cannot change their task, as he too assigns Desert Lizards. However, if the number given is far greater than Turael would normally give, it is possible to change your task. For example, if Duradel assigns 140+ Kalphite, then Turael will change this, as he would not assign that many to kill. In this case, Turael will give a new assignment, which could be a new creature to slay or fewer of the same creature. Note that it is impossible for a player to get Turael to reassign a task that he gave out.

Slayer points[edit | edit source]

Completion of a task assigned by Turael will not grant any slayer points, in fact, if it was a task replacing one from another master, it will reset all the tasks you did before. So, if you're on the 48th task and take a replacement one from Turael, all progress will be reset to 0.

Krystilia[edit | edit source]

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The location of Krystilia.

Krystilia's tasks come with a risk: tasks assigned by her must be done within the Wilderness. She has no minimum combat or Slayer level requirements, and can be found by the jailhouse in Edgeville, north-east of the bank.

Assignments from her have a separate task completion counter to standard assignments, so players will have to complete five of her slayer assignments to begin earning slayer reward points.

Slayer points[edit | edit source]

Completion of a task assigned by Krystilia grants:

  • 25 points per task
  • 125 for every 10th
  • 375 for every 50th
  • 625 for every 100th
  • 875 for every 250th
  • 1,250 for every 1,000th

Mazchna[edit | edit source]

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The location of Mazchna.

Mazchna is the second easiest Slayer Master. The minimum combat level requirement to be assigned tasks from him is 20.

Mazchna is located northeast of Canifis. The fastest ways to reach him are to use:

Slayer points[edit | edit source]

Completion of a task assigned by Mazchna grants:

  • 2 slayer points per normal task
  • 5 for every 10th
  • 15 for every 50th
  • 50 for every 100th
  • 70 for every 250th
  • 100 for every 1,000th

Vannaka[edit | edit source]

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The location of Vannaka.

Vannaka is a mid-level Slayer Master. The minimum combat level requirement to be assigned tasks from Vannaka is 40.

He is located in the Edgeville Dungeon, east of the Wilderness gate. The fastest ways to reach him are to use:

Slayer points[edit | edit source]

Completion of a task assigned by Vannaka grants:

  • 4 slayer points per normal task
  • 20 for every 10th
  • 60 for every 50th
  • 100 points per 100th task
  • 140 points per 250th task
  • 200 points per 1,000th task

Chaeldar[edit | edit source]

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The location of Chaeldar.

Chaeldar is a hard Slayer Master. To be assigned monsters from her, you must have completed Lost City and have a minimum combat level of 70.

She is located in Zanaris. The fastest way to reach her is to use a Fairy ring to go to Zanaris. Otherwise, one can reach her by entering the shed in the Lumbridge Swamp whilst wielding a Dramen staff or Lunar staff.

Slayer points[edit | edit source]

Completion of a task assigned by Chaeldar grants:

  • 10 slayer points per normal task
  • 50 for every 10th
  • 150 for every 50th
  • 250 points per 100th task
  • 350 points per 250th task
  • 500 points per 1,000th task

Konar quo Maten[edit | edit source]

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The location of Konar quo Maten.
The location of Konar quo Maten.

Konar quo Maten is the third hardest Slayer Master. To receive slayer tasks from her, a combat level of 75 is required.

Unlike other slayer masters, her slayer assignments also include the location in which she asks you to slay. However, she will not assign any tasks in the Wilderness, as Krystilia already does this. Additionally, when on a slayer task assigned by Konar, all monsters killed on task have a chance of dropping a brimstone key. The brimstone key allows the player to open the brimstone chest. The chance of getting a brimstone key is scaled by the combat level of the NPC players are fighting, and the key is granted in addition to the primary drop you would receive.

She is located on the summit of Mount Karuulm. The fastest ways to reach the summit are to use:

For more details on reaching her, view Konar quo Maten page.

Slayer points[edit | edit source]

Completion of a task assigned by Konar quo Maten grants:

  • 18 (20)[1] slayer points per normal task
  • 90 (100)[1] for every 10th
  • 270 (300)[1] for every 50th
  • 450 (500)[1] points per 100th task
  • 630 (700)[1] points per 250th task
  • 900 (1,000)[1] points per 1,000th task
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 After completing the Elite Kourend & Kebos Diary, players will have an increased number of points received per task.

Nieve/Steve[edit | edit source]

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The location of Nieve.

Nieve is the second hardest Slayer Master. The minimum combat level requirement to be assigned tasks from Nieve is 85. After the events of Monkey Madness II, Steve replaces Nieve as the slayer master.

She is located in the Tree Gnome Stronghold, near the yew trees and the southern bank. The fastest ways to reach her are to use:

Slayer points[edit | edit source]

Completion of a task assigned by Nieve grants:

  • 12 (15)[1] slayer points per normal task
  • 60 (75)[1] for every 10th
  • 180 (225)[1] for every 50th
  • 300 (375)[1] for every 100th
  • 420 (525)[1] for every 250th
  • 600 (750)[1] for every 1,000th
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 After completing the Elite Western Provinces Diary, players will have an increased number of points received per task, equivalent to that of Duradel.

Duradel[edit | edit source]

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The location of Duradel.

Duradel is the hardest Slayer Master. To be assigned tasks from Duradel, players must have a Slayer level of at least 50, and a combat level of at least 100. Also, to be able to enter Shilo Village, where Duradel resides, players must have completed the Shilo Village quest.

He is located on the platform bridging the river at the fishing shop in Shilo Village. Although Duradel is usually north of the river (or sometimes on the bridge), he cannot be accessed from north of the river. Instead, enter the fishing shop south of the river, climb the ladder there, and cross the bridge to get to him.

The fastest ways to reach Shilo Village are to use:

Slayer points[edit | edit source]

Completion of a task assigned by Duradel grants:

  • 15 slayer points per normal task
  • 75 for every 10th
  • 225 for every 50th
  • 375 for every 100th
  • 525 for every 250th
  • 750 for every 1,000th