|Release||13 October 2014 (Update)|
|Stacks in bank||No|
|Destroy||If you discard the attuned ectoplasmator, you can get a replacement ectoplasmator from Diango in Draynor.|
|On death||Always kept outside Wild|
|The very finest in ghost-busting equipment.|
|Links||MRID • recipe|
|FAQ • doc|
The attuned ectoplasmator is created by using 100 ghostly essence on an ectoplasmator. When carried it provides increased Prayer experience from ghosts, and also automatically scatters demonic ashes, using one charge for each ghost killed and ash scattered. It comes with 1000 charges when created, which can be recharged using more ghostly essence, giving 10 charges per essence. It can hold a maximum of 5000 charges - essence can only be added when the ectoplasmator has 4999 charges left or less. If all the charges are used up, it becomes an attuned ectoplasmator (degraded), which can be recharged with more essence. Currently, each charge costs 646.3 coins.
Unlike the standard ectoplasmator, the attuned ectoplasmator will trigger the effects of the Dungeoneering prayer necklaces (twisted bird skull, split dragontooth and demon horn). Like bones, using a twisted bird necklace restores a maximum of 50 prayer points per ghost or ash, and the split dragontooth necklaces restore a maximum of 100.
It is possible to reclaim a standard ectoplasmator from Diango while still owning an attuned ectoplasmator. When carrying both, the effects of the attuned ectoplasmator take precedence. If discarded, the attuned ectoplasmator loses all remaining charges and must be re-upgraded from the standard ectoplasmator.
|Accuracy||-||-||PvM: 0%||PvP: 0%|
|FAQ • docs|
Prayer experience[edit | edit source]
|Cost per Prayer point|
|Shades of Mort'ton||
Update history[edit | edit source]
- A typo with the attuned ectoplasmator – previously displayed when used alongside a demon-horn necklace – has been fixed.
- patch 1 December 2014 (Update):
- The attuned ectoplasmator now correctly consumes a charge when equipped while killing demons and ghosts.