|Released||21 January 2016 (Update)|
|Location||Asgarnian Ice Dungeon|
|Examine||He doesn't look very dangerous.|
Steve is a warrior aspiring to become a Slayer master located by the steps in the upper level of the Skeletal Wyvern area in the Asgarnian Ice Dungeon. If players attempt to attack the skeletal wyverns in the upper area, he will stop them from doing so, claiming the upper area is only for those who have skeletal wyverns as a Slayer task. He wields a steel mace, an elemental shield, and a set of Bandos armour.
He is the father of Weve, and brother of Hieve and Pieve. His cousin is Nieve, the Slayer master next to the entrance of the Stronghold Slayer Cave. He believes that Slayer masters, and thus Nieve, have nothing special about them, because all they do is "tell people to kill stuff."
Through speaking to him, it is clear he is envious of his cousin, due to her having a large cavern where she can "boss people around" (referencing to what happens if players attack a monster within the cave that they're not assigned to kill). Because of this, he decided to carve some steps in the skeletal wyvern area in the Asgarnian Ice Dungeon and claimed the upper area as his own.
During the events Monkey Madness II, when the player recruits Nieve to defend the Tree Gnome Stronghold from Glough's attack, Steve leaves his post to temporarily replace Nieve as the slayer master. Following her death by Glough, he replaces her as a full-time slayer master, and has his steel mace replaced by a zamorakian hasta. His little sister, Pieve, watches over the extra skeletal wyverns. Talking to him about Nieve's death will result in somewhat humorous dialogue where he was hoping to have a shield like hers when he took the job.
Treasure Trails[edit | edit source]
Steve is the solution to the medium anagram clue: VESTE The answer to his challenge question: How many farming patches are there in Gnome stronghold? is 2.
Slayer points[edit | edit source]
Players can receive Slayer reward points for completing Slayer tasks—this is based on how many tasks players have accomplished in a row. Completion of a task assigned by Steve will grant you a varying amount of points, depending if players have completed the Western Provinces Diary, which is increased to match those of Duradel.
|Task interval||Points given||Points given|
Useful fairy ring codes[edit | edit source]
- Fremennik Slayer Dungeon - ajr
- Slayer Tower - cks
- Brine Rat Cavern - dks
- Kalphite Lair - biq
- Abyssal Area - alr
- Kharidian Desert - dlq
- Dorgesh-Kaan South Dungeon - ajq
Tasks[edit | edit source]
|Monster||Amount||Extended amt.||Unlock requirement||Alternative(s)||Weight|
|Aberrant spectre||120-185||200-250||60 , 65 , completion of Priest in Peril||Deviant spectres||6|
|Abyssal demon||120-185||200-250||85 , 85 , completion of Priest in Peril||Abyssal sire, Greater abyssal demon||9|
|Adamant dragon||3-7||20-30||Completion of Dragon Slayer II||None||2|
|Aviansie||120-185||130-250||Unlocked the Watch the birdy ability via spending 80 Slayer reward points||Kree'arra, Flight Kilisa, Flockleader Geerin, Wingman Skree, Reanimated aviansie||6|
|Basilisk||120-180||200-250||40 , unlocked the Basilocked ability via spending 80 Slayer reward points||Basilisk Knight||6|
|Black demons||120-185||200-250||80||Demonic gorillas, Balfrug Kreeyath, Porazdir, Skotizo||9|
|Black dragons||10-20||40-60||80 , partial completion of Dragon Slayer I||Baby black dragons, King Black Dragon, brutal black dragons ( 77 )||6|
|Bloodvelds||120-185||200-250||50 , 50 , completion of Priest in Peril||Mutated Bloodveld||9|
|Blue dragons||120-185||N/A||65 , partial completion of Dragon Slayer I||Baby blue dragons, brutal blue dragons, Vorkath||4|
|Boss||3-35 (3-15 for Zulrah)||N/A||Unlocked the Like a boss ability via spending 200 Slayer reward points, as well as various requirements for specific bosses||None||8|
|Brine rat||120-185||N/A||47 , 45 , partial completion of Olaf's Quest||None||3|
|Cave horror||120-180||200-250||58 , 85 , completion of Cabin Fever||None||5|
|Cave kraken||100-120||150-200||87 , 80 , 50||Kraken||6|
|Dagannoth||120-185||N/A||75 , completion of Horror from the Deep||Dagannoth spawn, Dagannoth fledgeling, Dagannoth Kings||8|
|Dark beasts||10-20||100-150||90 , 90 , partial completion of Mourning's End Part II||None||5|
|Dust devils||120-185||200-250||65 , 70 , partial completion of Desert Treasure||None||6|
|Elves||60-90||N/A||70 , partial completion of Regicide||Elf warrior, mourner (Mourner Headquarters), Guard (Prifddinas), Reanimated elf||4|
|Fossil Island Wyverns||20-60||55-75||66 , 60 , completion of Bone Voyage and Elemental Workshop I||Spitting, taloned and long-tailed wyvern ( 66 ), Ancient Wyvern ( 82 )||5|
|Gargoyles||120-185||200-250||75 , 80 , completion of Priest in Peril||Grotesque Guardians||6|
|Greater demons||120-185||150-200||75||K'ril Tsutsaroth, Tstanon Karlak, Skotizo||7|
|Hellhounds||120-185||N/A||75||Cerberus, Skeleton Hellhound, Greater Skeleton Hellhound||8|
|Iron dragons||30-60||60-100||80 , partial completion of Dragon Slayer I||None||5|
|Kalphites||120-185||N/A||15||Kalphite worker, Kalphite soldier, Kalphite guardian, Kalphite Queen||9|
|Kurask||120-185||N/A||70 , 65||None||3|
|Lizardmen||90-120||N/A||Unlocked the Reptile got ripped ability via spending 75 Slayer reward points, 5% Shayzien favour (unless killing them outside the Lizardman Canyon)||Lizardman brute, Lizardman shaman||8|
|Minions of Scabaras||30-60||130-170||85 , completion of Contact!||Scarabs, scarab swarms, locust riders, scarab mages||4|
|Mithril dragons||4-9||20-40||Unlocked the I hope you mith me ability via spending 80 Slayer reward points, partial completion of Barbarian Training||None||5|
|Mutated Zygomites||10-25||N/A||57 , 60 , completion of Lost City||Ancient Zygomite||2|
|Nechryael||110-170||200-250||80 , 85||Greater Nechryael||7|
|Red dragons||30-80||N/A||68 , partial completion of Dragon Slayer I, unlocked the Seeing red ability via spending 50 Slayer reward points||Baby red dragons, brutal red dragons||5|
|Rune dragon||3-6||30-60||Completion of Dragon Slayer II||None||2|
|Skeletal Wyverns||5-15||50-70||72 , 70 , completion of Elemental Workshop I||None||5|
|Smoke devil||120-185||N/A||93 , 85||Thermonuclear smoke devil||7|
|Spiritual creatures||120-185||180-250||63 , 60 , completion of Death Plateau, level 60 in or||Spiritual ranger ( 63 ), warrior ( 68 ), mage ( 83 )||6|
|Steel dragons||30-60||40-60||85 , partial completion of Dragon Slayer I||None||5|
|Suqah||120-185||180-250||85 , partial completion of Lunar Diplomacy||None||8|
|Trolls||120-185||N/A||60||Mountain troll, ice troll, Troll general||6|
|Turoth||120-185||N/A||55 , 60||None||3|
|TzHaar||110-180||N/A||Unlocked the Hot stuff ability via spending 100 Slayer reward points||TzTok-Jad, TzKal-Zuk||10|
|Vampyre||110-170||200-250||Unlocked the Actual Vampyre Slayer ability via spending 80 Slayer reward points||Feral Vampyre, Vampyre Juvinate, Vyrewatch, Vyrewatch Sentinel||6|
|Total task weight||262|
- The odds of getting a specific task from the boss category is much smaller than getting a normal task, since there are two rolls for that task: one roll for the boss task, and one roll for the specific task within the boss category.
- Jagex. Mod Ash's Twitter account. 27 August 2020. (Archived from the original on 27 August 2020.) Mod Ash: "They do indeed require both of those. There isn't a limit on how many distinct requirements a task may have."
- 100% Shayzien favour is required to kill lizardman shamans.
- Players may be given a chance to slay TzTok-Jad, giving 25,000 bonus Slayer experience as well as any experience gained throughout the cave.
- Players may be given a chance to slay TzKal-Zuk, provided they have already killed it once before, giving 100,000 bonus Slayer experience as well as any experience gained throughout the Inferno.
Increased task numbers[edit | edit source]
Dialogue[edit | edit source]
Changes[edit | edit source]
|24 March 2016
(update | poll)
It is now possible to unlock the possibility of receiving a Lizardmen slayer task from Duradel, Nieve and Chaeldar. Unlocking this task costs 75 slayer points.
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- After completing all of the elite tasks in the Western Provinces Diary, the difference between Steve and Duradel is that Steve assigns brine rats, turoths, and Scabarites and doesn't assign waterfiends.
|(XX) Combat level requirement|