Gold ring ghost
|Gold ring ghost|
|You need a traditional mechanism to catch this ghost|
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If you like it then put a ring on it.
You must have at least 1,800,000 XP and have paid the 60,000 £ travel fee to trave to Dormont Cemetery.
You must also have received the golden headstone loot from the Undertaker ghost in Glenluck Abbey to be able to fall through the trapdoor from Dormont Cemetery into the Treasure trove to try to attract the gold ring ghost.
The Gold ring ghost can be captured only in the Treasure trove, the destination at the end of the trapdoor from Dormont Cemetery (region 3, Strathclyde).
Traditional mechanism required
You need to either have an traditional mechanism in your setup OR you need a companion that helps trap ghosts that require a traditional mechanism in your setup. If you have one of those companions in your setup, you can use any mechanism of any type—your primary goal is to have a high mystic power, high willpower setup.
The gold ring ghost is resistant to mystic power and is also immune to brute force.
Mystic-resistant ghosts have at least three or four primary types:
- Ghosts that can be caught with a strong raw-power setup
- Ghosts that can only be caught with a combination of willpower (to overcome their mystic resistance) and high mystic power
- Ghosts that require brute force in your setup to activate before they can be caught
- Ghosts that cannot be caught with brute force and must rely on one of the other methods
Use a high mystic power setup with lots of willpower or use a high raw power setup when you are trying to capture the gold ring ghost.
Brute force won't work
Brute force will not help you catch the gold ring ghost because it is immune to the effects of brute force.
No theft risk
There is no risk that the Gold ring ghost will steal GTP (£££), XP, bait, or ghost plasma if you fail to catch it.
The gold ring ghost has been known to occasionally drop the following types of ghost loot:
If you have the snowfall stat in your setup (because of an accessory, companion or contract with the stat on it), the gold ring 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.
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 gold ring 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 gold ring 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)
- 15 January 2018: The gold ring ghost was first seen in Virtual Scotland' with the introduction of the Treasure trove.
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