Special slayer contract

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A special slayer contract is obtained from Markus outside of the Slayer Tower. It is obtained by having a Slayer assignment involving a monster in the Slayer Tower when speaking to him. It tracks your progress in your contract with him. It must be carried in the inventory for kills to be counted.

Reading the special slayer contract.

Any creatures killed for the contract give you 20% more Slayer experience than the assignment would normally give. Reading the contract gives an overview of the task assigned and the progress made towards completing it. Checking it gives a short summary in the chatbox.

Rewards[edit | edit source]

When the contract is completed, an orange message is given in the chatbox, stating that a reward may now be claimed from Markus. Players can choose between a combat training book, which provides experience in either Attack, Strength, Defence, Ranged, Magic, or Constitution, or a cash reward. The rewards for a Special Slayer Contract depend on the monster killed, and the amount. The table below shows the coins and experience awarded for each monster. For example, a special contract for a Slayer task of 164 Nechryael rewards either 90,036 coins or 17,384 combat experience. Note that to claim the experience reward, the experience rewarded by the contract cannot exceed 10% of the players total experience in that skill. If it does you will not be able to use the experience on that skill.

Monster Slayer level Experience reward Coins 100.png reward
Crawling hand icon.png Crawling hand 5 3.9 61
Banshee icon.png Banshee 15 19 210
Infernal Mage icon.png Infernal mage 45 20 222
Bloodveld icon.png Bloodveld 50 34.2 162 
Aberrant spectre icon.png Aberrant spectre 60 45.9 318
Gargoyle icon.png Gargoyle 75 95.5 356
Nechryael icon.png Nechryael 80 106 549
Abyssal demon icon.png Abyssal demon 85 128.6 766

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