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Slayer reward points in RuneScape

Nowadays, there are more and more people like play Runescape game. And they want to challenge higher levels. Generally, you can make Runescape gold through playing the more items and sell them, but it will take you more time.Slayer reward points are only accessed after the Smoking Kills quest.Slayer reward points may be earned after having completed 5 tasks in a row without having a task changed by Turael.

However, players may cancel a task by spending 30 points. Every 10th and 50th task, a special bonus is given to the player’s slayer reward points, the bonuses also differ in points to each Slayer master. Duradel for example, tasks 1-3 earn no points, tasks 10, 20, 30, 40, 60, 70, 80 and 90 earns 75 points, task 50 and 100 earns 225 points and all other tasks earn 15 points. Whenever a task is done the player will be notified on the how many-ith task it is. So, not only with its the 10th or 50th – this can help players plan to what slayer master they prefer to go next, to maximize the number of slayer reward points in the shortest amount of time.

The rewards that can be bought with these points include Slayer experience, a Slayer ring, the ability to combine all Slayer headgear into one item, the Slayer helmet, and even the ability to prevent players from being assigned a specific task forever.

Since getting good tasks worth keeping isn’t guaranteed, it is suggested that players get their first four kills on the Slayer master Mazchna, and then get any other kills from there on higher masters like Duradel.After getting 5 or more tasks in a row, Slayer masters will hand out points when players finish their tasks. The number of points varies as the difficulty of the Slayer master increases.

Delivering killing blows quicker means that you no longer need to use an item on specific slayer monsters to kill them. They will die like normal monsters once they hit 0 LP. Monsters which this affects includes gargoyles, desert lizards, zygomites and rockslugs. To kill the aforementioned monsters you still need to have the correct tool in your inventory.

The Slayer helmet combines the stat boosting qualities of the Black mask with the protective slayer headgear facemask, nosepeg, earmuffs, and Spiny helmet, with the defence bonuses of a Rune full helm; making it the best melee helmet option for slayers. This allows for monsters like aberrant spectres and dust devils to be killed while having the bonuses of the 15% attack and strength increase. Since the update on February 8 2010, Players can combine a Slayer helmet with a Hexcrest and Focus Sight to make a full slayer helmet.

This gives all the bonuses of the slayer helmet, while boosting ranged and magic by 15% as well. The Slayer helmet cannot be combined with Salve Amulet or Salve Amulet for a stackable bonus on undead creatures such as Aberrant Spectres. The Slayer helmet has a better bonus so it is recommended just to use Slayer helmet and an amulet of your choice unless of course you’re using Nose Peg for example; then a Salve amulet is recommended.

To add to the fun of the game, all kinds of struggle mode is developed.Battle Mode players fighting skills in a variety of occasions, can also add to the fun of the game, you can exercise.After all, if only a single upgrade mode, players will quickly lose interest.Techniques will increase to reduce the consumption of Runescape gold.