Blazing rider ghost

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Blazing rider ghost
Ghosts-Blazing rider ghost.jpg
Midnight ghost
 Ghost photos scarefactor.png     Scare factor: Moderate 
 Ghost photos rarity.png     Rarity: Uncommon 
 Ghost photos risk.png     Risk: Risky 
  Burning ghost    This ghost is often on fire!
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Description


Once a rider on a dark horse, this ghost has traded his fellow companion for a more modern version. Luckily, his taste in potions hasn't been replaced so far.

Additional information


Location

The blazing rider ghost can be captured at:

Extinguish

The blazing rider ghost might be on fire when you attract it.

The best way to catch an on-fire blazing rider ghost is to have the extinguish stat in your setup, and for that extinguish stat to activate and dampen down that blazing rider ghost so that your trap setup has a chance against it.

You can also catch an on-fire blazing rider ghost if the brute force stat is in your setup and activates.

There is no way to catch an on-fire blazing rider ghost with just a high raw power setup (and no extinguish or brute force) or with just a high mystic power setup (and no extinguish or brute force).

Keep your fire extinguisher ready!

Counterpart

The blazing rider ghost's non-midnight hour counterpart is the rider ghost.

Drops

The blazing rider ghost has been known to occasionally drop the following items of ghost loot:

Snowflake loot

If you have the snowfall stat in your setup (because of an accessory, companion or contract with the stat on it), the blazing rider ghost may occasionally and randomly drop you a snowflake as loot. Because these snowfall-driven drops are so dependent on a player's individual setup and cannot be relied upon, snowflake loot drops are not specifically included in the list above.

Mockery loot

If you have the mockery stat in your setup (through the talent tree bonus or because of an accessory, companion or contract with the stat} you may occasionally have between 2 and 10 mocktails added to other loot drops from the blazing rider ghost. Because these mockery drops are so dependent on a player's individual setup and cannot be relied upon, none of the mocktails are included in the loot list above. The entire list of possible mocktails that may be dropped is on the mocktails page.

Mockery stat drops can be distinguished from a normal loot drop as follows:

A standard loot drop of a mocktail     5x Cherry bomb
A mockery stat-caused loot drop of a mocktail     5 Devil driver
Vintage connoisseur loot

If you have the vintage connoisseur stat in your setup (through an accessory, companion or contract with the stat} you may occasionally have between 2 and 10 bottles of a non-Nessy's loot potion or of Shadetouch blue or Shadetouch purple added to other loot drops from the blazing rider ghost. Because these connoisseur drops are so dependent on a player's individual setup and cannot be relied upon, none of the non-Nessy's loot potions involved are included in the loot list above. The entire list of possible bottles that can be dropped is found on the non-Nessy's loot potions page.

Both normal drops of a particular non-Nessy's loot potion and connoisseur drops of a particular loot potion show the same way in your journal:

16 x Shadetouch purple (10 bonus loot)

History


  • 18 February 2009: The blazing rider ghost was introduced into GT's Virtual Scotland.
  • 13 July 2011: The blazing rider ghost starts dropping blood plasma.
  • 26 January 2016: The blazing rider ghost was re-named from blazing ghostrider to blazing rider.
  • 27 January 2016: The blazing rider ghost began to drop the blazing wheels souvenir. This was also the first day on which the blazing rider ghost could arrive on fire.

See also


You might also be interested in looking at:

[[Category: R2 ghosts]

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