|Release date||26 January 2005 (Update)|
|Quest NPC||Animal Magnetism, While Guthix Sleeps|
|Location||Taverley (Slayer master)|
|Sells items||Slayer Equipment (Taverley)|
|Examine|| He looks dangerous!|
|Release date||26 November 2008 (Update)|
|Quest NPC||While Guthix Sleeps|
|Location||White Knights Castle|
|Examine|| He looks dangerous!|
Turael was the lowest level Slayer Master, along with his daughter Spria. Turael resided in Taverley. Unlike other Slayer Masters, there was no Slayer or combat level requirement for players to receive Slayer assignments from him.
If asked, Turael could change a player's Slayer task assigned by a different master to one that he would assign. He only did this once per assignment, and only if the first assignment was for a creature that Turael himself would not assign. After completion of Smoking Kills, changing a task in this way would reset the task count back to zero. Turael's tasks also did not award Slayer reward points upon completion, nor did they count for the five no-point tasks before beginning to gain them.
Turael excelled in Slayer and combat, and eventually rose to the rank of a Slayer Master. Turael married and had a daughter, Spria, whom he trained even at a young age to fight various creatures. Under Turael's tutelage, Spria excelled in Slayer and combat. Turael aspired to eventually retire and have his daughter replace him as Slayer Master.
Ava, a budding scientist and young assistant to the Professor of Draynor Manor, moved into Draynor Manor and sought to improve the residence by providing a new bed. Among the materials she needed to create the bed are twigs from an undead tree in the area. Turael, or his daughter Spria if he is replaced, assists the adventurer by offering a blessed hatchet, which can cut down undead trees, in exchange for a mithril hatchet and a holy symbol of Saradomin. With Turael's, or Spria's, help, the adventurer is successfully able to provide all required materials for Ava's new bed. Turael, and also Spria, continue to offer blessed hatchets after Ava's mission is complete.
Turael joined a band of eight heroes recruited by the adventurer to fight Lucien. During this time, Spria was formally given the position of Slayer Master and assumed Turael's responsibilities, as Turael was unable to serve his usual functions as a Slayer Master during this mission. These eight heroes jointly attempted to save the adventurer from Lucien after the adventurer's identity was compromised. Turael was one of the six who perished in the ensuing battle. Despite his considerable strength as a human, he was no match for the immensely powerful Lucien, who wielded the Staff of Armadyl at the time. During the battle, he tried to directly attack Lucien with his Steel halberd, but it simply broke without dealing any damage. On Turael's death, the adventurer vowed to avenge him. Turael was succeeded as a Slayer Master by his daughter, Spria. Statues of him were built in front of the Slayer Tower, White Knight's Castle, and Falador Park in his honour, alongside statues of the other Slayer Master who perished in the battle, Duradel.
He planned to retire and take up viticulture and give Bernald some competition after killing Lucien, had he survived the battle, with Spria replacing him. Unfortunately, he never survived to fulfil this dream, though Spria did replace him, as he wished.
|Monster||Amount||Low level Alternative||Combat Level (Slayer Experience per monster)||High Level Alternative(s)||Combat Level (Slayer Experience per Monster)||Weighting|
|Banshees||15-50||Banshee||23 (22)||Mighty banshee||90 (85)||30|
|Bats||Bat||6 (8)||Giant bat||27 [Varies in Daemonheim bats] (32)||10|
|Bears||Grizzly bear cub||15, 19, 33, 36 (20, 25, 35, 45)||Grizzly bear||21, 42 (27, 35)||10|
|Birds||Chicken||1 (3)||Terrorbird||28 (34)||10|
|Cave bugs||Cave bug||6 (5)||Cave bug||96 (93)||10|
|Cave slime||Cave Slime||23 (25)||None||11||30|
|Cows||Cow calf||2 (6)||Cow||2 (8)||10|
|Crawling Hands||Crawling Hand||7, 8, 11, 12 (15, 16, 18, 19)||Zombie hand, Skeletal Hand||90 (100), 80 (100)||30|
|Desert Lizards||Desert Lizard||12 (15)||Desert Lizard||42 (40)||30|
|Dogs||Jackal||21 (27)||Wild dog||63 (62)||15|
|Dwarves||Dwarf, Black Guard||7, 10, 11, 20, 37 (10, 16, 18, 26), 60 (17)||Dwarf gang member, Chaos Dwarf, Chaos dwarf hand cannoneer||44/48/49 (40/25/25), 48 (61), 100 (122)||10|
|Gelatinous Abomination||Gelatinous Abomination||6 (5)||None||-||10|
|Ghosts||Ghost||19, 24, 29, 36, 76, 77, 79 (25, 20, 21, 30, 75, 80, ...)||Revenants, Ghost (Daemonheim)||7-135 (10-155), 5-199 (N/A)||15|
|Goblins||Goblin||1, 2, 5, 11, 13, 16, 25 (3, 5, 6, 6, 12, 17, ...)||Cave Goblin Guard Sergeant Grimspike/Steelwill/Strongstack||24/26 (23,25) 141/142 (127,128,158)||10|
|Grotworms||15-30||Young grotworm||(15)||Giant worm, Grotworm, Mature grotworm||283 (205)||15|
|Icefiends||10-20||Icefiend (God Wars Dungeon)||13, 17, 18 (15)||Icefiend (Ghorrock Fortress)||132 (126)||10|
|Minotaurs||15-50||Minotaur||12 (10)||Minotaur||27 (22)||10|
|Monkeys||Karamjan Monkey||3 (6)||Monkey Guard, Monkey Archer, Zombie Monkey||167 (130), 86 (50), 82/129 (60/90)||10|
|Scorpions||Scorpion||14, 37, 59 (17, ..., ...)||King Scorpion, Poison Scorpion, Pit Scorpion||32 (30), 20 (23), 28 (32)||10|
|Skeletons||Skeleton||21-142 (24-112)||Skeletal hand, Skeletal mage, Giant skeleton or Skeleton (Daemonheim), Giant skeleton (Daemonheim)||80 (100), Varies (?), 100 (?) or 3-178 (Varies), 28-178 (34-244)||15|
|Spiders||Spider, Giant Spider||1 (2), 2 (6)||Shadow spider, Crypt spider, Giant crypt spider, Spider, Giant spider, Night spider, Deadly red spider||52 (50), 56 (60), 79 (80), 24 (20), 59 (65)||10|
|Trolls||Troll||Troll General, Mountain troll, Cliff||-||10|
|Wolves||Adolescent White wolf||3 (6)||Big wolf, Ice wolf||73 (74), 96/132 (70/70)||15|
|Zombies||Zombie||13, 18, 22, 24, 25, 30, 32, 40, 44, 53, 78, 85 (22, 24, 30, 30, 30, 40, 50, 53, 56, 62, 74, ...)||Armoured zombie, Zombie (Daemonheim)||85 (85), 4-152 (9-268(melee), 3-128, 8-253(ranged))||10|
*Many slayer monsters have numerous variants of the monster assigned. This list is not inclusive of all variants. Please check the monster's page for more specific information about the different variants.
After a player has performed several slayer tasks for Turael, he will occasionally offer a special task in place of a regular slayer task. The player can decline to take the special task without penalty. If the player accepts the special task, completing the task earns 1000 Slayer experience (no Slayer experience is earned during the task).
Turael's special task is for the player to slay, in a single trip, all of the beasts in Turael's basement. The monsters are:
After the Troll Warzone update, his basement has been moved directly west of the nearby cow pen in the southern area of Burthorpe, near Taverley.
The percentage chance of getting assigned a given slayer task can be calculated using the formula
where is the task's weight and is the sum of all weights for the particular slayer master. Note that the weights of all blocked tasks, as well as tasks toggled off have to be subtracted from the sum . Preferring a task doubles its chance of being assigned.
For Turael, assuming all possible assignments are available, S = 355.
- Turael's new hood is a recoloured version of the veteran hood.
- The first task everyone gets from him is always Gelatinous abominations.