Killcount

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Killcount is a system in the God Wars Dungeon and the Heart of Gielinor that restricts entry to the boss chambers unless the player has slain 40 followers of the corresponding god.

God Wars Dungeon[edit | edit source]

In the God Wars Dungeon, 40 followers of Saradomin, Zamorak, Armadyl, Bandos, or Zaros must be slain in order to reach their respective generals. The only exception to this is the Ancient Prison, in which players can opt to wear full ancient ceremonial robes to go straight to the banking area that leads to the lair of Nex, the Zarosian general. Though players can still choose to access Nex by killcount.

The killcount for a god will be reduced by 40 when entering the god's boss chamber. The rest is saved and can be used for subsequent entry. However, leaving the God Wars dungeon completely causes all killcounts to reset to zero. The generals and their bodyguards also count towards killcounts. The killcount interface in the top-right corner of the screen displays killcounts against the followers of the four gods represented in the dungeon. A respective soulstone can preserve killcount if fighting a hard mode general. A Totem of Intimidation allows killcounts to be skipped entirely for four of the five generals (excluding Zaros/Nex).

Saradomin[edit | edit source]

The weakest followers of Saradomin that can be killed for the killcount are knights of Saradomin. Saradomin priests, Saradominist spiritual warriors, spiritual rangers and spiritual mages can also be killed for this purpose. Killing 40 of these grants access to Commander Zilyana and her bodyguards: Starlight, Growler and Bree.

Zamorak[edit | edit source]

The weakest followers of Zamorak that can be killed for the killcount are imps. Bloodveld, vampyres, hellhounds, werewolves, pyrefiends, icefiends, goraks, Zamorakian spiritual warriors, spiritual rangers and spiritual mages can also be killed for this purpose. Killing 40 of these grants access to K'ril Tsutsaroth and his bodyguards: Tstanon Karlak, Balfrug Kreeyath and Zakl'n Gritch.

Bandos[edit | edit source]

The weakest followers of Bandos that can be killed for the killcount are goblins, specifically the level 120 variety. Ogres, jogres, hobgoblins, orks, cyclopes, Bandosian spiritual warriors, spiritual rangers and spiritual mages can also be killed for this purpose. Killing 40 of these grants access to General Graardor and his bodyguards: Sergeant Strongstack, Sergeant Steelwill and Sergeant Grimspike.

Armadyl[edit | edit source]

The weakest followers of Armadyl that can be killed for the killcount are aviansie, specifically the level 128 variety. Armadylean spiritual warriors, spiritual rangers and spiritual mages can also be killed for this purpose. Killing 40 of these grants access to Kree'arra and his bodyguards: Flight Kilisa, Wingman Skree and Flockleader Geerin.

Zaros[edit | edit source]

The weakest followers of Zaros that can be killed for the killcount are blood reavers. Ancient warriors, ancient rangers and ancient mages can also be killed for this purpose. Killing 40 of these grants access to Nex and her bodyguards: Fumus, Umbra, Cruor and Glacies.

Heart of Gielinor[edit | edit source]

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In the Heart of Gielinor, 40 followers of Seren, Zaros, Zamorak, or Sliske must be slain in order to reach their respective generals. However, this is reduced to 20 followers if the player has unlocked the reduced killcount perk from that faction. Unlike in the God Wars Dungeon, however, killcount is saved when leaving the area. The killcount cap at the Heart is 200 to compensate for the saved killcount. Like the original God Wars Dungeon, killcount is used to enter an instance, though no other fees are applied to the instance. The Heart of Gielinor also has a unique multiplier system where quick streaks of killing followers allows the player to earn multiple counts for killing a single follower. In addition, the generals themselves do not give any killcount. Having the God Insignia set to prevent damage to your chosen faction does not allow you to get a killcount for that faction in order to enter the boss areas. Set the Insignia to allow a killcount for that faction. Right click, toggle collection.

Seren[edit | edit source]

Seren's followers include wolves, automatons, Seren archers, Seren mages, and Seren warriors.

Zaros[edit | edit source]

Zaros's followers include abyssal demons, ancient mages, ancient rangers, ancient warriors, blood reavers, mighty blood reavers, and nechryael.

Zamorak[edit | edit source]

Zamorak's followers include black knight champions, black knights, bloodveld, butcher demons, champions of Infernus, chaos dwarves, hellhounds, and Zamorakian snipers.

Sliske[edit | edit source]

Sliske's followers include fallen champions, necromancers, shadow demons, skeletons, wights, and wight rangers.

Barrows[edit | edit source]

A killcount system is also used in the Barrows crypts. Killing any of the monsters in there (aside from any of the brothers) will add one killcount. The weakest monsters to kill are level 74 crypt rats, and the strongest are the level 84 giant crypt spiders.

The killcount in the Barrows affects the drop rate and quantities of certain reward items.