Infernal warlock ghost
|Infernal warlock ghost|
|Visible in gaussgreen light only|
|This ghost is often on fire!|
|/ XP:||click here|
|Vulnerable to bio mechanisms|
|Possible bonus:||Silver rain|
Warlocks are evil ghosts that have studied the art of demonology. Some say they can control demons by offering them samples from their large potion collection.
The infernal warlock ghost is vulnerable to bio mechanisms.
If you catch this ghost with a bio trap mechanism you have a chance to trigger its vulnerability bonus, silver rain.
If silver rain is triggered, you will receive 50% more XP than normal.
The infernal warlock ghost can be captured in region 2, Borders, at:
The infernal warlock ghost can only be seen in Gauss-green light. Stack your setup with a camera, lenses, a flashlight and other equipment that add gg light to your setup if you are trying to take a picture of the infernal warlock ghost.
The infernal warlock ghost might be on fire when you attract it.
The best way to catch an on-fire infernal warlock ghost is to have the extinguish stat in your setup, and for that extinguish stat to activate and dampen down that infernal warlock ghost so that your trap setup has a chance against it.
You can also catch an on-fire infernal warlock ghost if the brute force stat is in your setup and activates.
There is no way to catch an on-fire infernal warlock 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!
The infernal warlock ghost has been known to occasionally drop the following types of ghost loot:
The infernal warlock ghost's midnight counterpart is the evil warlock ghost
The infernal warlock ghost's non-midnight counterpart is the warlock ghost.
- 14 May 2012: The infernal warlock ghost was first seen in Virtual Scotland'.
- 27 January 2016: The infernal warlock ghost began dropping the fire horns souvenir. This was also the first day that the infernal warlock ghost could be on fire when it was attracted.
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