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Neitiznot Faceguard - Improved Version Of The Neitiznot Helm


Neitiznot faceguard can only be worn by OSRS players who have reached level 70 in Defense and have finished The Fremennik Exiles in the game.

Released29 September 2019 (update)
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Its protective bonuses have been enhanced, and its strength bonus has been doubled, making it the second best helmet overall, behind only the Torva Complete Helm.

It is possible to craft one by fusing together a basilisk jaw and a helm of Neitiznot.

To do this, you need to talk to Olaf the Bard about basilisk jaws while wearing the helm of Neitiznot.

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The helmet cannot be sold, but it can be returned to its previous state at any moment.

In the event that you lose it during PvP, it will revert to its natural state, consisting of the helm of Neitiznot and the basilisk jaw.

The Neitiznot faceguard is an improved version of the Neitiznot helm.

Let's talk about some important terms that were mentioned earlier. So, first and foremost, let's define OSRS, the game.

Neitiznot faceguard on a pink and blue background
Neitiznot faceguard on a pink and blue background

OSRS - Old School RuneScape

The online role-playing game Jagex has developed and distributed is known as Old School RuneScape (OSRS).

On February 22nd, 2013, the game was made available to the public.

In August 2007, a version of RuneScape was released as an update to the game, which was already well-known prior to the release of RuneScape 3.

  • The mode of Old School RuneScape (OSRS) is a multiplayer video game.
  • The developer of the Old School RuneScape OSRS is Jagex.
  • The original author of the Old School RuneScape OSRS is Jagex.
  • The awards Old School RuneScape OSRS got include the BAFTA Games Award for EE Mobile Game of the Year.
  • Nominations - BAFTA Games Award for EE Mobile Game of the Year
  • Genre - Free-to-play, Massively Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Game, Massively Multiplayer, Adventure

The evaluation of OSRS can be seen down below.

  • Google Play: 4.5 out of 5 stars.
  • Stream: 9 out of 10 stars.
  • Apple Store: 4.8 out of 5 stars.

Now let's discuss the Basilisk jaw that is required to make this faceguard item.

Basilisk Jaw OSRS

The basilisk jaw is an item that can only be obtained by killing basilisk knights.

After the Fremennik Exiles have been completed, it can be merged with the helm of Neitiznot to create an untradeable Neitiznot faceguard.

This faceguard cannot be sold or given away. In order to accomplish this goal, the player must speak to Olaf the Bard about basilisk jaws while possessing the item in their inventory.

To be able to equip the helmet, you must first finish the side quest "The Fremennik Exiles."

The chance that a player will find a basilisk jaw is increased from one in five thousand to one in one thousand if they are participating in a basilisk slayer quest.

Whenever the jaw is examined, a notification will be sent to the chatbox stating the following,

"The item in question is the lower jaw of a Basilisk Knight. It's possible that Olaf the Bard has a great tale to tell about it."

If a player tries to use the jaw on the helm of Neitiznot before speaking to Olaf the Bard, a message will show in the chatbox stating

"Do not use the jaw on the helm of Neitiznot until you have spoken to Olaf the Bard."

"You aren't entirely sure how to carry out the task at hand. It's possible Olaf the Bard can be of assistance. It is likely that he is familiar with an interesting tale of Basilisk Jaws."

Now let's discuss the helm of Neitiznot, which is also required to make the Neitiznot faceguard.

Old School RuneScape game wallpaper
Old School RuneScape game wallpaper

Neitiznot Helm

Players who have completed the mission of The Fremennik Isles are eligible to get the Helm of Neitiznot as a reward.

In order to equip this headpiece, the player's defense level must be at least 55.

Despite the fact that it can be traded, the Fremennik Isles Helm is unwearable until the player has finished the associated quest. Its characteristics are quite comparable to those of a berserker's helm.

The helm of Neitiznot, on the other hand, has additional bonuses of +3 for prayer, +1 for crushing, and +3 for magic defense.

Additionally, it does not have a negative bonus for magic attacks or ranged attacks (+0), whereas the berserker's helm has a bonus of minus 5 (-5) for all of these categories.

Because of the enormous benefits offered by the helmet, in addition to the fact that it is non-degradable and inexpensive, it is one of the helmets that is used the most.

Mawnis Burowgar will return the helm for a "handling charge" of 50,000 coins if it is determined that the helm was misplaced.

When buying from him, the drop trick can be used to get more than one helmet at the same time.

After completing the mission of the Fremennik Exiles, the helmet can be upgraded to the Neitiznot faceguard by merging a basilisk jaw and the helm of Neitiznot.

This upgrade is only available after the quest has been completed. This can only be done after you have spoken to Olaf the Bard about basilisk jaws and asked him for stories about them while you have one in your inventory.

Now coming back to the Neitiznot faceguard, here are its properties and values described below.

Faceguard Neitiznot Properties

  • The Neitiznot faceguard is not tradeable.
  • The Neitiznot faceguard is equipable.
  • The Neitiznot faceguard is not stackable.
  • The options for the Neitiznot faceguard are to wear it or dismantle it.

Values Of Neitiznot Faceguard

  • The value of the Neitiznot faceguard is 550,000 coins.
  • The high alch of the Neitiznot faceguard is 330,000 coins.
  • The low alch of the Neitiznot faceguard is 220,000 coins.
  • The weight of the Neitiznot faceguard is 2.721 kg.

Now let's discuss the most frequently asked question, which is given below.

Neitiznot faceguard and axe on a grey background
Neitiznot faceguard and axe on a grey background

Neitiznot Faceguard Vs. Serpentine Helm

First, let's define a serpentine helm.

The serpentine helm is a degradable helmet that can be crafted at level 52 crafting by using a chisel on a serpentine visage. Completing this task awards the player with 120 experience in Crafting.

Now we're going to compare the Neitiznot faceguard and the Serpentine helm.

Faceguard has one more advantage over serpentine. Serpentine has more defense. Each serpentine assault will cost you one scale, while Faceguard will not cost you anything. The serpent possessed immunity to venom and poison.

Because of this, it will be less expensive to use venom pots instead of charging the serp helm for things like Vorkath and raids.

The faceguard needs to be improved. However, if you believe that you require the defense or simpler inventory management, you can have it. Go for the serpentine helm.

People Also Ask

How Do You Make A Neitiznot Faceguard?

It may be produced by combining a Neitiznot helm and a basilisk jaw after asking Olaf the Bard for basilisk jaw stories while having it in their inventory.

What Is The Stab Defense Of The Neitiznot Faceguard?

The stab defense of the Neitiznot faceguard is 36.

What Is The Slash Defense Of The Neitiznot Faceguard?

The slash defense of the Neitiznot faceguard is 34.


When using the Neitiznot faceguard, there are no drawbacks for either mage or range, and it also increases prayer stats.

The Neitiznot faceguard only has a strength advantage of one point over the serpentine helm, but its defensive stats are lower, and it does not have the passive anti-poison ability that the serpentine helm does.

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