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Slayer reward points
Released 12 December 2013 (Update)
Also called Slayer points
Members Yes

Slayer reward points are rewarded after every completed Slayer task, from every Slayer Master except Turael and Spria. The higher level the Slayer Master, the more points are received. Additionally, bonus points are awarded after every 10th, 50th, 100th, 250th, and 1000th completed task. For example, completing 10 tasks in a row awards points on both the 10th and the 20th consecutive tasks. Slayer reward points can be traded in to any Slayer Master for various rewards.

Players can cancel or block tasks at the cost of slayer reward points.

A total of 9580 points are required in order to obtain all the rewards and blocks at least once. Using a base of 15 points, approximately 461 sequential tasks are required; not including the slayer helmet recolours reduces it to 3580 points or around 250 tasks.

The extremely long-term average of points that players get from completing tasks is 1.775x the normal number of base points. This is because the bonus points earned at certain intervals (every 10th, 50th, 100th, 250th or 1000th task) will add up to a much higher average number of points in the long run.

So for example, Krystilia gives 25 points per task as base points. But taken into account the bonus points players get at every 10th interval, the total number of points earned every 1000 tasks is 44,375 points, or an average of 44.375 points per task. This is a factor of 1.775x the base number of points of 25. The fact that the first 5 tasks assigned by her will not grant any slayer points is not taken into account here.

Obtaining points[edit | edit source]

With an exception of the quest A Porcine of Interest, the only way to obtain Slayer points is through completing Slayer assignments. Slayer points are not awarded for the first four tasks a player completes but are rewarded for their fifth and further tasks.

Assignments[edit | edit source]

If attempting to gain points quickly, players are advised to use Turael or Spria for the first nine Slayer tasks and then any Slayer Master that gives decent tasks for the player's combat level.

If a player is unsure of their current streak progress, they may ask Turael in Burthorpe or Spria in Draynor Village for a new assignment. They will tell the player how far into their streak they are, but only if the current assignment is not one that they would ordinarily give. Do not confirm the dialogue, as this will give players a new task from them and reset your task streak. Alternatively, they can simply check the enchanted gem for their current task streak.

Bonus points are gained at regular intervals, giving a certain number more than the Slayer Master's regular points. Players are recommended to use the Slayer Master having the highest requirements they meet once they approach the final task, due to the large increase in Slayer points given:

  • 5x points every 10th task
  • 15x points every 50th task
  • 25x points every 100th task
  • 35x points every 250th task
  • 50x points every 1,000th task
Slayer Master Points per task Points per 10th Points per 50th Points per 100th Points per 250th Points per 1,000th Notes
Turael / Spria 0 0 0 0 0 0 Turael and Spria have the same tasks list. Players can talk to Turael (but not Spria) to change a more difficult task to a new task assigned by Turael. This will reset the player's task streak to zero, and the player will have to complete four more tasks to begin earning points again. Tasks set by Turael/Spria give no points but do contribute to the four needed to start gaining points.
Mazchna 2 5 15 50 70 100 Mazchna's tasks are relatively easy and short.
Vannaka 4 20 60 100 140 200 A mid-level Slayer Master requiring combat level 40. Vannaka can assign some difficult monsters, such as Abyssal demons, and commonly sets tasks of length 60 to 120.
Chaeldar 10 50 150 250 350 500 A mid-to-high-level Slayer Master requiring combat level 70. Commonly sets tasks of length 110 to 170.
Nieve / Steve 12
(15)[n 1]
60
(75)[n 1]
180
(225)[n 1]
300
(375)[n 1]
420
(525)[n 1]
600
(750)[n 1]
A high-level Slayer Master requiring combat level 85. May set strong monsters such as Rune dragons.
Duradel 15 75 225 375 525 750 Requires combat level 100 and Slayer level 50. Duradel sets very similar tasks to Nieve, but in slightly higher quantities.
Konar quo Maten 18

(20)[n 2]

90

(100)[n 2]

270

(300)[n 2]

450

(500)[n 2]

630

(700)[n 2]

900

(1,000)[n 2]

Requires combat level 75. Konar's tasks offer the most points outside of the Wilderness, but her tasks can only be completed by killing monsters in the location she specifies.
Krystilia 25 125 375 625 875 1,250 Krystilia's tasks can only be completed by killing monsters within the Wilderness. She has no combat level requirement but may assign difficult monsters to all players regardless of their level. Assignments from her have a separate task completion counter from standard assignments. Players cannot have a task from Krystilia and a task from a normal Slayer Master at the same time.
  1. ^ 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 Completion of the Elite Western Provinces Diary increases the Slayer reward points to match those of Duradel.
  2. ^ 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 Completion of the Elite Kourend & Kebos Diary increases the Slayer reward points obtained.

Rewards[edit | edit source]

Slayer reward points can be spent to extend or block tasks, to purchase items useful for Slayer tasks, and on several unlocks such as quicker finishing blows, crafting Slayer equipment, and unlocking new tasks.

Changes[edit | edit source]

Date Changes
4 May 2017
(update | poll)
  • The Dark Mantle unlock can be purchased from Slayer Masters for 1000 Slayer Points for the ability to make a purple skotizo-themed slayer helmet costmetic upgrade by using dark claws on a slayer helmet or slayer helmet (i).
  • The 'Ring bling' Slayer reward can be purchased from a Slayer Master for 300 reward points to be able to make an eternal Slayer ring.
5 March 2015
(update | poll)

Players now receive the same number of slayer points from Nieve as Duradel if they have completed the Elite Western Provinces Diary.

12 December 2013
(update | poll)

The slayer reward point system is released.