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The slayer helmet (c) was a single item worn in the headslot that combined multiple pieces of protective and beneficial slayer gear. It could be assembled after a player spent 400 Slayer reward points to learn how to craft one, additionally requiring level 55 Crafting. The Slayer level requirement for the slayer helmet was 35, which was also needed to complete the pre-requisite quest Smoking Kills. When worn, the helmet provided the special effects of all of the Slayer equipment which it was made from. Masked earmuffs did not work when crafting the Slayer Helm, it had to be be disassembled first.

The slayer helmet is an all-class item, which means its armour stat is used in full when defending against any style. It can also be used as an enchanted gem.

It had been charged with some summoning scrolls. These scrolls were automatically and randomly used while in combat, and didn't use special move points. It could be reverted to a normal helmet by removing the scrolls and having Pikkupstix unenchant it.

Combat Stats
RequirementsSlayer helmet (c) equipped.png
20 Defence, Summoning 20
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10Tank armour
AttributesDamage reduction
DefenceArmour40PvM: 0.2%PvP: 0.375%
ConstitutionLife points0Style bonuses

Assembling the helmet

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If a player were to use one slayer master only, the minimum tasks needed to be completed to earn the points required is as follows (this includes the 4 no-point tasks, and excludes any special task):

Master Before Smoking Kills After Smoking Kills
Mazchna/Achtryn 254 132
Vannaka 132 70
Chaeldar 50 32
Sumona 50 30
Duradel/Lapalok 44 23
Kuradal 37 20
Morvran 32 20

One way to decrease the time it takes to getting 400 points is by doing 9 low-level tasks, and on the 10th completing a harder slayer master's task.

After unlocking the ability to make the helmet, a message appears in the chat window stating: The secret is yours. You can now combine a black mask, face mask, spiny helm, nosepeg and earmuffs into one useful item.

The items used to make the slayer helmet are:

  • An uncharged Black Mask, which gives a 12.5% Melee damage boost and 12.5% Melee accuracy bonus against the player's current slayer assignment.
  • A pair of earmuffs, which deafens the screams of banshees
  • A face mask, which allows the player to breathe in smoky dungeons
  • A nose peg, which blocks the aberrant spectres' stench
  • A spiny helmet, which protects the player from wall beasts when traversing the Lumbridge Swamp Caves

All of the aforementioned items are required to craft the helmet, as well as a Crafting level of 55 (can not be assisted). The helmet retains the abilities of all the items used to make it. It still gives the effect that the black mask does, but with better defence and bonuses, making it one of the best helms for slayer assignments.

For a player to construct the helmet, they must use one item on another if all the necessary items are in the player's inventory. The quest Smoking Kills is required to make the slayer helmet, and therefore must be completed before the Slayer helmet can be crafted, and worn. After being made, the slayer helmet may be disassembled and reassembled at any time (unless it has been enchanted to hold summoning scrolls).

The assist system cannot be used to make the slayer helmet although boosts may be used.

After an update on 8 February 2010, you can create a Full slayer helmet by combining the slayer helmet with a Hexcrest and a Focus Sight. Similarly to the black mask, these improve magic and range by 12.5% during slayer tasks. These items are respectively dropped by the Jungle Strykewyrm (73 Slayer required) and the Desert Strykewyrm (77 Slayer required).

The slayer helmet costs 2,645,017 coins assuming all the components are bought from the Grand Exchange.

As of 27 January 2009, it could be enchanted to hold summoning scrolls by Pikkupstix (with a summoning level of 20). When it was charged with at least one Scroll it took on a lighter colour. If the slayer helmet was charged to hold summoning scrolls, it also required level 20 Summoning in order to be worn.

It should be noted that enchanted helms of any kind could only be charged if the player had no other charged helms in their possession. Attempting to add scrolls to an enchanted Slayer Helmet while in possession of an already charged helm of any kind would result in the message, "You already have some charged headgear". Should this have happened, the player simply had to remove the scrolls from the helm that was already charged. The player would then be able to successfully add scrolls to their enchanted Slayer Helmet.


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  • As of an update on 4 June 2018, all enchanted and charged slayer helmet variants were removed from the game and replaced with their unenchanted variants.