|Release date||26 January 2005 (Update)|
|An evil magic user.|
Infernal Mages are slayer monsters that require 45 Slayer to kill. While they can be slain for their common death rune drops and their rarely dropped dark mystic boots and hat, they are often shunned when assigned as monsters for a slayer task, because of their accurate magic attack.
Strengths and weaknessesEdit
Infernal Mages use a weaker version of the spell Fire Blast to attack the player, so it is recommended to wear dragonhide or magic armour, which will reduce their chance to hit. Wearing Void Knight armour is a good option because of its high magic defence. The Protect from Magic prayer is recommended for lower levels, as these mages hit extremely often. Prayer flicking is an effective strategy to minimise their damage output. They are weak to ranged, so it is advisable to bring the best bow, knives or crossbow available.
Item Quantity Rarity GE market price Bones 1 Always 51
Item Quantity Rarity GE market price Staff 1 Common 71 Staff of fire 1 Rare 1,123 Mystic hat (dark) 1 Rare (1/512) 11,924 Mystic boots (dark) 1 Rare (1/512) 54,675 Lava battlestaff 1 Very rare (1/1,000) 9,710
Item Quantity Rarity GE market price Earth rune 5; 10; 18; 36 Common 25–180 Fire rune 10; 18 Common 50–90 Death rune 7 Common 1,638 Water rune 10; 18 Uncommon 50–90 Air rune 10; 18 Uncommon 50–90 Blood rune 4 Uncommon 812 Mind rune 18 Uncommon 54 Body rune 18; 57 Rare 108–342
Item Quantity Rarity GE market price Coins 1–15; 29 Common Not sold
- Infernal Mages appear to be wielding a green version of the Slayer's staff, along with a set of green, decaying mystic robes.
- They appear to be casting Fire Blast, however their max hit suggests they are actually casting Fire Strike.
- Due to their high accuracy, damaging magic attacks, and lack of consistent valuable drops, players often skip Infernal Mage tasks.
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