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Make Runescape Gold by Binding Contracts from Slayer Tasks

Binding contracts are a great way to make some extra Runescape gold pieces from your Slayer tasks and to make a lot of extra Runescape gold on certain Slayer tasks. In this guide, LOLTANK Will be taking a look at how to make and use binding contracts to make the most money from your Slayer tasks. We'll also be taking a look at what items you'll need to make them, how to make them quickly, and the best Slayer tasks to use them on.

To make a binding contract, you'll need to unlock the Dragon by completing the Achievement Diary Arcology. This requires you to complete Contract Clause and Embrace the Chaos at the Infernal Source Digsite. Once that's completed, you'll have full access to Summoning and the ability to make binding contracts.

To make binding contracts, you'll need to buy some items. These include two Blood of Orcs, which are currently quite expensive, two Hellfire Nettles, which are also quite expensive, and 200 Spirit Shards, which will cost you a flat 5,000gp. Together, these items will set you back just under 48,000gp.

Once you make the binding contracts, you'll be able to sell them for a tidy profit. Abisor Demons are the exception, as they tend to lose money due to being one of the most common Slayer monsters. Everything else, however, will make you a profit of over 15-20k per pouch.

There are two methods for making binding contracts. 

  • The first is to make them yourself at an Obelisk. This is the most time-consuming method, as you'll need to run back and forth between the bank and the obelisk. 
  • The second method is to use a tablet Summoning store. Here, you can buy the necessary items and mass-produce binding contracts all at once. This is much faster and can net you up to 5,000 pouches per hour.

Once you've made your binding contracts, you'll need to make sure you have the required Summoning and Slayer levels for the monster you're binding. For example, to bind Hellhounds, you'll need level 45 Summoning and Slayer. Hellhounds are the quickest and most profitable Slayer task to use binding contracts on, with each pouch yielding a profit of 30,000gp.

Other Slayer tasks with high profits from using binding contracts include Cargurian Demons, Ripper Demons, and Fiend Goggles. Cargurian Demons are the most profitable, with each pouch yielding 94,000gp. Ripper Demons are also quite profitable, yielding 43,000gp per pouch. Finally, Fiend Goggles yield 30,000gp per pouch.

Using binding contracts on Slayer tasks can increase your profits significantly. Not only will you be making more gp per hour, but you'll also be getting charms as a bonus. If you're looking to make some extra gp from Slayer tasks, binding contracts are definitely worth considering.


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