Raging tasmanian devil

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Raging tasmanian devil
Ghosts-Raging tasmanian devil.jpg
Monster ghost
 Ghost photos scarefactor.png     Scare factor: Red 
 Ghost photos rarity.png     Rarity: Scarce 
 Ghost photos risk.png     Risk: None 
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Description


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No theft risk

There is no risk that the raging tasmanian devil will steal GTP (£££), XP, bait, or ghost plasma if you fail to catch it.

Mechanics and strategy


Blood plasma     Red cauldron     Crimson cauldron     Scarlet cauldron    

Plasma and cauldrons

Use blood plasma and one of the red cauldrons shown here to try to attract the raging tasmanian devil.

Attraction

The raging tasmanian devil:

Other information


Location

The raging tasmanian devil can be captured in all normal non-raiding locations (excluding England:

Cauldron

You must have one of the red cauldron, scarlet cauldron, or crimson cauldron armed with a piece of blood plasma in it to attract the raging tasmanian devil or any of the other red monsters.

Drops

The raging tasmanian devil has been known to occasionally drop the following types of ghost loot:

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 raging tasmanian devil. 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
Snowflake loot

If you have the snowfall stat in your setup (because of an accessory, companion or contract with the stat on it), the raging tasmanian devil 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.

History


  • 11 February 2014: The raging tasmanian devil was first seen in Virtual Scotland'.

See also


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