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Welcome to the first official Slayer Guide for Elyx! This guide will serve as a beginner guide, and hopefully provide some insight into the ins and outs of Slayer. Disclaimer: Slayer is a Combat skill, where you will be able to train Attack, Strength, and Defence. You'll also be able to train Ranged and Magic if you wish. With this being a Combat skill, know that Death is possible. So if you are a Hardcore, please be advised that this is considered "Dangerous" Starting Out: First, you need to know where to start this skill. Both Slayer Masters can be found in this building, North-East of ::home Here, trade one of the Slayer masters and pick yourself up an Enchanted Gem so you can check your task, and teleport to majority of tasks. In order to teleport to tasks, simply left click, or "Activate" and if your task has a teleport location, you'll be taken there. There are two Slayer Masters: Nieve and Krystilia Nieve allows you to get 1 of 2 different types of tasks: Boss Tasks or Regular Tasks. Depending on which option you choose, will determine the difficulty and reward of your task. Boss Tasks can give more experience per kill, better drops, and more slayer points per task, however Regular Tasks can be faster, resulting in more experience and/or tasks per hour(giving more Slayer Points per hour if done fast) Tasks are given to you based on your Slayer Level. Some Monsters require specific Slayer Levels to kill, and will not be assigned to you unless you already have the required level. Some Monsters also require specific Combat Levels to kill, and you will not be assigned certain tasks unless you are a high enough Combat. But this guide will not go over Combat Level Requirements. Nieve Only Slayer Tasks: *Nieve can assign any task, Regular and Wilderness Tasks Regular Tasks(with Slayer Level Requirement): Monkeys(Level 1) | Goblins(Level 1) | Rats(Level 1) | Chickens(Level 1) | Cows(Level 1) | Bats(Level 1) | Wolf(Level 1) | Skeleton(Level 5) | Ghosts(Level 6) | Trolls(Level 15) Ogres(Level 17) | Hobgoblins(Level 17) | Dogs(Level 1) | Ghouls(Level 17) | Blue Dragons(Level 20) | Red Dragons(Level 20) | Lesser Demons(Level 25) | Greater Demons(Level 25) Black Demons(Level 25) | Hellhounds(Level 24) | Shadow Warriors(Level 23) | Werewolves(Level 23) | Vampires(Level 2) | Dagannoths(Level 26) | Turoths(Level 25) Cave Crawlers(Level 5) | Banshees(Level 10) | Crawling Hands(Level 5) | Infernal Mages(Level 15) | Aberrant Spectres(Level 60) | Abyssal Demons(Level 85) Spiders(Level 1) | Scorpion(Level 1) | Zombies(Level 1) | Bears(Level 7) | Hill Giants(Level 10) | Ice Giants(Level 12) | Fire Giants(Level 13) | Moss Giants(Level 14) Ice Warriors(Level 16) | Green Dragons(Level 20) | Black Dragons(Level 20) | Basilisks(Level 49) | Cockatrice(Level 25) | Kurask(Level 70) | Gargoyles(Level 75) Pyrefiends(Level 30) | Bloodvelds(Level 50) | Dust Devils(Level 65) | Jellies(Level 52) | Rockslugs(Level 20) | Nechryaels(Level 80) | Kalphites(Level 1) | Elves(Level 1) Earth Warriors(Level 1) | Otherwordly Beings(Level 1) | Dwarves(Level 1) | Bronze Dragons(Level 1) | Iron Dragons(Level 1) | Steel Dragons(Level 1) Wall Beasts(Level 35) | Cave Slimes(Level 17) | Cave Bugs(Level 7) | Shades(Level 1) | Crocodiles(Level 1) | Dark Beasts(Level 90) | Mogres(Level 1) Desert Lizards(Level 22) | Fever Spiders(Level 42) | Harpie Bug Swarm(Level 33) | Sea Snakes(Level 1) | Wyverns(Level 72) | Killerwatts(Level 37) Mutated Zygomites(Level 57) | Icefiends(Level 1) | Minotaurs(Level 1) | Flesh Crawlers(Level 1) | Catablepons(Level 1) | Ankous(Level 1) | Cave Horrors(Level 58) Jungle Horrors(Level 1) | Goraks(Level 1) | Suqahs(Level 1) | Brine Rats(Level 47) | Minions of Scabaras(Level 1) | Terror Dogs(Level 40) | Molanisks(Level 39) Waterfiends(Level 1) | Spiritual Creatures(Level 63) | Magic Axes(Level 1) | Cave Krakens(Level 87) | Mithril Dragons(Level 1) | Aviansies(Level 1) | Smoke Devils(Level 93) Tzhaar(Level 1) | Lava Beasts(Level 1) | Chaos Druid(Level 1) | Lava Dragons(Level 1) | Revenants(Level 1) | Adamant Dragons(Level 1) | Rune Dragons(Level 1) Bandits(Level 1) | Black Knights(Level 1) | Dark Warriors(Level 1) | Mammoth(Level 1) | Pirates(Level 1) | Ents(Level 1) | Rogues(Level 1) | Wyrms(Level 62) Drakes(Level 84) | Hydras(Level 95) Boss Tasks(with Slayer Level Requirement): Lizardman Shaman(Level 1) | Tztok Jad(Level 1) | Corporeal Beast(Level 1) | Demonic Gorillas(Level 1) | Elvarg(Level 75) | El Fuego(Level 1) | Alchemical Hydra(Level 95) Barrelchest(Level 1) | Abyssal Sire(Level 85) | Barrows(Level 1) | Callisto(Level 1) | Cerberus(Level 91) | Chaos Elemental(Level 1) | Chaos Fanatic(Level 1) | Giant Mole(Level 1) Commander Zilyana(Level 1) | Crazy Archaeologist(Level 1) | Dagannoth Kings(Level 1) | General Graardor(Level 1) | Grotesque Guardians(Level 75) | Kril Tsutsaroth(Level 1) Kalphite Queen(Level 1) | King Black Dragon(Level 1) | Kraken(Level 87) | Kree Arra(Level 1) | Sarachnis(Level 1) | Scorpia(Level 1) | Thermonuclear Smoke Devil(Level 93) Venenatis(Level 1) | Vorkath(Level 1) | Vetion(Level 1) | Zulrah(Level 1) Krystilia Only Slayer Tasks: *Krystilia can assign any Wildy task, regular or boss, at any time All Tasks(with Slayer Level Requirement): Spiders(Level 1) | Scorpions(Level 1) | Zombies(Level 1) | Bears(Level 7) | Hill Giants(Level 10) | Ice Giants(Level 12) | Fire Giants(Level 13) | Moss Giants(Level 14) Ice Warriors(Level 16) | Green Dragons(Level 20) | Black Dragons(Level 20) | Abyssal Demons(Level 85) | Ankous(Level 1) | Lava Dragons(Level 1) | Revenants(Level 1) Bandits(Level 1) | Dark Warriors(Level 1) | Rogues(Level 1) | Callisto(Level 1) | Chaos Elemental(Level 1) | Chaos Fanatic(Level 1) | Crazy Archaeologist(Level 1) King Black Dragon(Level 1) | Scorpia(Level 1) | Venenatis(Level 1) | Vetion(Level 1) Disclaimer: Certain Monsters require some protective equipment. Example being: Aberrant Spectre's require a Nose Peg. Just like normal. Rewards: Slayer Points: Regular Task: 15 Points Boss Task: 30 Points Wilderness Task: 30 Points *There are task streak bonus' that will be updated later* Additional Donator Slayer Points(per task): Ruby | Sapphire | Emerald | Diamond | Dragonstone | Onyx | Zenyte Slayer Keys: Slayer keys are semi-frequent drops from almost all Slayer monsters. These keys can be used on the Magical Chest North East of home. These keys can net you early upgrades, like Armadyl, Infinity, Obsidian, etc. Navigate over to: Collection Log -> Keys -> Slayer Key to see all available rewards. Slayer Master Rewards: The Slayer Masters have some pretty amazing rewards in their shops as well. Head over to either Slayer Master and Right Click for their Rewards option. Here you can unlock rewards such as 15% more slayer points per task, double drops when killing bosses, removing the slayer requirement for any monsters, and increased drop rates. You can also extend numerous different tasks, to increase slayer task sizes when you receive them. And in the "Buy" tab, you can purchase all kinds of things like Slayer Helmets, pets, pet recolors, Pet Mystery Boxes, Dwarf Cannon, and the infamous Zriawk pet. Lastly, with Slayer Points, you are able to cancel and block Slayer tasks. Canceling Slayer Tasks: Please note that there are 3 different ways to cancel your Slayer task, and it is important on how you do it. Option 1: 25k Blood Money. This option will RESET your current task streak. Option 2: 30 Slayer Points. This option will KEEP your current task streak. Option 3: 100 Slayer Point Task Blocking. This option will KEEP your current task streak. *This guide will continually be updated based on more knowledge and feedback as well as updates*
Woodcutting Guide Hello and welcome to my woodcutting guide! Here I'll provide everything you need to know to get 99 Woodcutting! First, talk to the Tool Leprechaun at Home and buy an Iron Axe, Black Axe, Mithril Axe, Adamant Axe, and Rune Axe. The required level for these is listed below. Required Woodcutting Level for Axes Bronze Axe - 1 Iron Axe - 1 Steel Axe - 6 Black Axe - 11 Mithril Axe - 21 Adamant Axe - 31 Rune Axe - 41 Dragon Axe - 61 Woodcutting XP Rates Normal Tree 750 xp Oak Tree 1125 xp Willow Tree 2025 xp Maple Tree 3000 xp Yew Tree 5250 xp Magic Tree 7500 xp Redwood Tree 11400 xp Next we can start training Woodcutting! Start by using the Teleport interface and selecting Skilling > Camelot Trees Now chop down 4 of the regular trees to get to level 15. Congrats. Now its time to equip the black axe move on to Oak Trees. Luckily there are 2 Oak Trees close by! Chop down 10 of these until you get to level 30. Now equip the mithril hatchet and run north to the willow trees. There are a number of willow trees to the north of Camelot to keep you busy! This time you need to cut down 24 willows to get to 45 Woodcutting. Once leveled up head directly east to the Maple Trees and equip the Rune Axe. Directly north of the Camelot bank are quite a few Maple Trees that you will need to chop down next. Chopping 71 logs should be enough to get you all the way to 60 Woodcutting. Now we can move on to the Woodcutting Guild. Teleport to the Woodcutting Guild using the Teleport interface and selecting Skilling > Woodcutting Guild then click the gate to your left. Once inside follow the path to the west until you find the patch of 5 Yew Trees. There is a bank close by if you want to save the logs for Fletching or Firemaking. 180 Yew Logs should give enough experience to get to level 75. Just north of the Yew Trees are 8 Magic Trees that you will be cutting until 90 Woodcutting. This is the first section of the guide that requires a bit of a grind. Cut down 552 Magic Logs until you get to 90 Woodcutting. North of the Magic Trees are ladders to the Redwood Trees. Use the ladders to climb to the top. Now comes the final stretch! Just 675 Redwood Logs and you should make it to 99 Woodcutting! Congratulations!