5 Best Potions For Slayer in OSRS

You want to listen to Slayer, huh?

You have all your things ready, and you can’t wait to get out there and do your jobs and make a lot of money while you’re at it!

Potions are something that can help you on your way to becoming a Slayer.

Some Potions For Slayer make things go faster, while other potions are just useful.

Every time I do a Slayer Task, I usually use a few pills to help me do it as well as possible.

Someone with level 99 in Slayer will tell you that you should be ready.

5. Antipoison Potion

Potions For Slayer

There are a lot of different monsters and enemies in OSRS, and each one has its own skills and powers.

Some of the enemies you have to kill for your slayer job, like Kalphites, can poison you.

Trust me when I say that there’s nothing worse than running out of food, getting sick from poison, and being miles away from a bank where you can get more.

There are antidotes to poison that can make you immune to it for up to 90 seconds.

But if you have the money, get an antidote++.

This gives you protection for a whole 12 minutes per dose!

Don’t go without a plan. Always check to see if the monster you’re killing can poison, and if it can, don’t forget to grab a pill.

Where to Get: Some of these can be made with the herblore skill, and others can be bought in shops like those in Karamja. I think you should buy them from the Grand Exchange.

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4. Antifire Potion

The antifire potion comes in a number of types and styles, just like the antipossession potion.

But they are definitely needed for some slayer tasks.

If you have an anti-fire shield, chromatic dragons might not be too much of a threat. However, if you have to kill metal dragons like steel dragons, you will need an anti-fire drink.

If you choose to shoot or use magic against these dragons, you will always get hit by their long-range fire attack.

But you can stop all damage with a shield and an Antifire drink!

This will help you finish the job quickly and not have to worry about going back to the bank to get more supplies every few kills.

You can only get these from the Grand Exchange or by making an anti-fire drink if you have a level 69 herblore.

The best anti-fire potions can only be made after Dragon Slayer II is finished and require herblore level 97.

3. Prayer Potion

Next on our list is the prayer drink, which is always useful.

Many jobs are in places where you’ll fight multiple enemies at the same time.

If you want to dodge all damage, you should use your overhead prayers, like “Protect from melee,” to stop this from happening.

But if you’re far from a bank or altar, your prayer will run out much faster than it will take you to finish your job.

The prayer drink comes into play at this point.

For a person with level 90 prayer, a single dose of a prayer potion would recover 30 prayer points. If the prayer bonus is high enough, this could mean 5 minutes more of battle, which means more kills.

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With just one pill, you could add 20 minutes to your trip.

You can only buy these on the Grand Exchange or make them if you have level 38 herblore, which is pretty low and most players can reach.

2. Ranging Potion

Many Slayer tasks are best done with range because you can often safe spot and not take any damage.

Basilisk Knights and Skeleton Wyverns can be seen from a safe distance.

Taking a ranging spot will make you more accurate and do more damage, which will cut down on the time it takes to do the job.

The best boost you can get for ranging is +13, which is a big boost that will speed up your work a lot.

1. Super Combat Potion

The Super Combat Potion is number one on our list. It’s like the range potion, but it makes you stronger and helps you attack and defend.

Here, a player who has maxed out their fighting will get a +19 boost. Which means you’ll hit harder, hit more accurately, and have a better defense.

It can cost a lot to use the Super Combat Potion. But it’s very much worth it.

Especially when used with prayer pills, you can make a big difference in how well you do overall.

I find that Hellhounds, Dagannoth’s, and most other melee-based jobs in OSRS are the best places to use this.

You can only buy these on the Grand Exchange or make them if you have a very high level of herblore (90).