|| A Daemonslayer is so taken with the exploits of the Slayer that he offers to paint a particularly impressive tattoo on his arm. This is a singular honor, and the Slayer leaves feeling even fiercer than usual, ready once more to seek his own death at the hands of a powerful Monster.
||A Giantslayer with an amazing orange mohawk which puts your own hairstyle to shame offers to do the same job to your Slayer's hair. Some time later he emerges with a crest to end all crests, a truly fearsome sight to behold. During the next quest, any monster attacking the Slayer must first roll a red die. On a roll of one they are so frightened by the Slayer's appearance that they lose their attack for that turn.
Roll another red die. On a roll of 6 then the violent orange crest of hair is set so hard that its effect is permanent.
||The Runesmith is at the shrine, on Slayer business, and agrees to inscribe a rune on your Rune Axe. Roll a red die and consult the Rune Table to see which rune he inscribes.
Runes are cumulative - 2 Runes of Strength will give the Slayer two extra attack dice. You may put as many runes as you wish onto a weapon. If a Slayer gets more than one Rune Of Rage he may use each one once per quest.
As soon as you have rolled to see what your rune is, roll another red die. On a roll of 6 the rune is permanent and does not fade at the end of the next quest. The Rune of Rage may still only be used once per quest, though.
||Killer Blow! A Slayer in the inner chamber demonstrates the killer blow attack, lethal in combat. After a few hours practice, the Slayer has mastered the skill to deadly perfection. To use this skill, a Slayer must announce that he wishes to do so before attacking. He only rolls half his normal attack dice (round down). If he rolls at least one skull, he may roll again after the monster rolls its defense dice. As long as he rolls a skull, he may continue to attack until the monster is killed. If he fails to roll a skull on an attack, the attack is over.
If the Slayer already knows this skill, then the roll 6 is the same as a roll of 1