|May steal GTP or bait|
|Requires brute force to catch|
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Some ghosts use assistants to steal potions. The Falconer has trained his birds of prey to find even the most secretive stash of potions.
the falconer ghost may steal GTP (£££), XP, plasma or bait from you if you fail to capture it.
Using Nessy's, one of the Shadetouch family, or a mocktail as bait will prevent the bait being stolen.
In general, increasing the security measures of your setup can help reduce your total losses. Adding a stat like security measures, though, can hurt your stat totals in other areas. You must decide if increasing your security measures stat to reduce the chance of theft by ghosts like falconer ghost is worth sacrificing other stats in your setup.
Brute force required
You must have brute force in your setup to be able to catch the falconer ghost.
The falconer ghost has been known to occasionally drop the following types of ghost 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 falconer 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
If you have the snowfall stat in your setup (because of an accessory, companion or contract with the stat on it), the falconer 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.
- 20 August 2014: The falconer ghost was first seen in Virtual Scotland'.
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