Coat of arms
|Coat of arms|
|Loot hunter:||1 lucky box|
The coat of arms is an accessory:
The coat of arms accessory gives you the following benefits for your trap setup:
- a 5% chance of gaining mockery
- 5% faster companion levelling (chance to have one hunt count as two towards leveling up a companion)
The coat of arms accessory also gives you the following benefits for each ghost you catch:
- 5% XP bonus
- 5% cash bonus
You cannot stack multiple coat of armss together in your inventory. Only one coat of arms to a customer, please.
You can use the coat of arms simultaneously with all other equipment (including all other accessories) in your inventory.
You must force Ghost Trappers to re-load your setup after adding the coat of arms to your inventory to make sure that its stats are included in the calculation of your setup's total stats.
The easiest way to force the re-load is to first disable the coat of arms (by clicking on the disable button next to it in your Inventory Special items screen), and then re-enable the coat of arms by clicking on the enable button.
You can later disable the coat of arms at any time if its stats do not help with your current objective, or to re-enable the coat of arms again when you want its stats included in your setup by following the same procedures.
You can receive the coat of arms as a thank-you when you make a one-time donation to support the ongoing development of Ghost Trappers. Please see the in-game donations page for the standalone app or the FB game donation page for specific details about pricing and currency options.
The coat of arms will be transferred to your inventory once the transaction is completed, along with any badge and the number of bottles of Nessy's and crates of Shadetouch (if any) that are associated with your donation.
Donate on behalf of another
You can make a donation on behalf of another player and select the coat of arms as the thank-you item that other player will receive.
- 15 April 2015: The coat of arms was first added to the available accessories in Virtual Scotland.
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