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Feather headdress (stripy) detail

A Feather headdress is a wearable item used in Summoning, available to wear after players have completed Wolf Whistle. It can be crafted with level 79 Crafting, using a studded leather coif and 20 coloured feathers (Red, orange, yellow, blue or stripy). Doing this yields 50 Crafting XP. Headdresses come in several colours, and require a Summoning level of 50, and ranged level of 20 to wear. Headdresses are also included in Bogrog and Pikkupstix's player stock.

TypesEdit

Colour Feather
Feather headdress (blue) Feather headdress (blue) Blue feather Blue feather
Feather headdress (charged) (blue) Feather headdress (charged) (blue) (Removed)
Feather headdress (orange) Feather headdress (orange) Orange feather Orange feather
Feather headdress (charged) (orange) Feather headdress (charged) (orange) (Removed)
Feather headdress (red) Feather headdress (red) Red feather Red feather
Feather headdress (charged) (red) Feather headdress (charged) (red) (Removed)
Feather headdress (stripy) Feather headdress (stripy) Stripy feather Stripy feather
Feather headdress (charged) (stripy) Feather headdress (charged) (stripy) (Removed)
Feather headdress (yellow) Feather headdress (yellow) Yellow feather Yellow feather
Feather headdress (charged) (yellow) Feather headdress (charged) (yellow) (Removed)

TriviaEdit

  • The examine text, "It's fun to go to the O-B-E-L-I-S-K!" is a reference to the Village People. One of their members was well known for dressing up as a Native American (complete with feather headdress), and one of their most well known songs includes the phrase "It's fun to stay at the Y.M.C.A.!"
  • The chathead for a charged blue feather headdress on female characters looks completely different from the other headdresses, instead resembling an ogre expert hat.
  • Prior to an update on 4 June 2018, players could charge feather headdresses with summoning scrolls. To charge a headdress, one simply had to use the scrolls they wanted to store on it. The headdress would glow to show that it was charged. This only worked with combat-oriented scrolls. Players could remove the scrolls at any time by right-clicking on it and selecting 'Uncharge'. To check how many charges were remaining, players had to right-click the headdress and select 'Commune'. Headdresses could store up to 150 scrolls. When charged, the headband part of the headdress would change to a bright cyan colour, although the rest of it would be left unchanged.