|Release date||15 March 2010 (Update)|
|High Alch||0 coins|
|Low Alch||0 coins|
|Destroy||You can get another one from Xenia in Lumbridge.|
|Store price||Not sold|
|Examine||A helmet of epic accomplishment for a hero with 300 Quest Points.|
The helmet of trials is a decorative helmet that may be received from Xenia. It can only be obtained when players have gained a total 300 quest points. It is silver on the outside and blue in the middle. However, unlike the quest point cape this requirement will not increase - once players have obtained the Helmet of trials they will always be able to wear it. This helmet has no bonuses, so it has no purpose other than to show achievement.The helmet can be stored in the Armour case in the Costume room of a Player-owned house.
At the time of release, all quests in the game needed to be completed in order to wear it, due to the game only having 300 possible quest points at the time.
With the release of Quiet Before the Swarm, there are enough Quest Points to get it without doing While Guthix Sleeps, and with the release of A Void Dance the helmet can be obtained without completion of any grandmaster quests.
A player wearing the helmet of trials
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- Some features on the helmet resemble part of the mythical winged stallion Pegasus: the head on top of the helmet and the gold wings around the ears.
- Wearing this helm and talking to Radimus Erkle will cause an interesting dialogue to occur, "Ah, is that the Helmet of Trials I see? When Xenia asked me to make this helmet, I did wonder who would be worthy of such prestige. Had I known it was you I wouldn't have questioned it. You've already proven yourself to be quite the hero, and the Legends' Guild is proud to count you among its number. Heh, all this talk of heroism and adventure reminds me of the good old days. These old bones saw some great adventures."
- Wearing the helmet of trials and talking to Achietties will cause her to say the following: "Ah, you must be the mighty adventurer that Xenia was telling me about. You've likely had some great adventures. As much as I'd love to chat about them, I'm afraid I'm on guard here and can't be distracted from my work. Perhaps you can tell me about your adventures another time."