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- Abyssal demon head, a drop from Abyssal demons that players can stuff and mount in their houses
- Basilisk head, a drop from Basilisks that players can stuff and mount in their houses
- Cockatrice head, a drop from Cockatrices that players can stuff and mount in their houses
- Ensouled heads, dropped by various creatures across Gielinor. Can be re-animated to train prayer.
- Kq head, a drop from the Kalphite Queen that players can stuff and mount in their houses
- Kbd heads, a drop from the King Black Dragon that players can stuff and mount in their houses
- Kurask head, a drop from Kurasks that players can stuff and mount in their houses
Holiday event itemsEdit
- Zombie head, an item available for the 2005 Hallowe'en event
- Jack lantern mask, commonly called a "pumpkin head", an item from the 2006 Hallowe'en event
- Chicken head
- Axe head, an item used during the "Another Slice of H.A.M." quest, and which formerly featured as part of a random event whilst woodcutting
- Decapitated head, an item used as part of the "Creature of Fenkenstrain" quest
- Decapitated head (The Fremennik Isles), an item used as part of The Fremennik Isles quest
- Elvarg's head, an item used as part of the "Dragon Slayer" quest
- Stone head, the head of a statue used during the Enakhra's Lament quest
- Wizard's head, the severed head of Clarence, who was murdered prior to "The Hand in the Sand" quest
- Pickaxe head, which may came off the pickaxe handle as part of a random event whilst a player was mining. This random event was later removed
- Head chef, the owner of the Cooks' Guild
- Head thief, an NPC involved in the Monk's Friend quest
- Head mourner, the leader of the Death Guard
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