Ghosts are distributed on the Global Map in the same way as Invaders: Ghosts located farther from the Place of Power have a lower level and less health.
To banish a Ghost of a certain level, you need to learn the corresponding "Unlock Ghosts" Knowledge. Only Shamans can banish Ghosts, and they need to have sufficient power to do so. The more dangerous a Ghost is, the more Shaman's power is required to banish it. The base power of a newly summoned Shaman is 1,000 units, and the maximum possible amount is 5,000,000 units.
Shaman's power restores automatically over time. You can increase the restoration speed by upgrading the Shaman's Skills, learning Knowledge in the Oracle, activating Town Skins, and placing your Town in the Valley of the Aesir. Remember that power is restored for the active Shaman only. Power for a Shaman is just like energy for the Hero.
To temporarily increase the power of an active Shaman, open the Shaman's information window in the Hall of Mysteries, hit the purple circle in the lower right part of the window, and apply the Shaman's Power items. The required number of items will be automatically used from the My Items tab.
You can purchase Shaman's Power in the Item Store for Gold or as part of Bank offers, as well as receive it as a reward for entering the game daily. The number of all the items you have is displayed in the My Items tab, Military section.
Items for Shamans cannot be applied from the Item Store or the My Items tab.
There are two types of attack on Ghosts: normal and enhanced. During a normal attack, the Shaman hits a Ghost once and receives one trophy for doing so. During an enhanced attack, the Shaman deals several hits depending on the amount of power and receives several trophies correspondingly. One hit uses 200 units of power. With a base amount of 1,000 units of power, the Shaman can perform five hits and receive the same number of trophies.
Several consecutive normal attacks carried out over the course of one hour are combined into a Sustained Attack.
Each consecutive normal attack gives a bonus to the next one. This means that the first attack on a Ghost will add 15% to offense during the second attack, the second attack will add 30% to offense during the third attack, the third attack will add 45% to offense during the fourth attack, and so on. You can perform 40 such attacks in total and receive +600% to offense. After the Shaman performs the maximum number of consecutive attacks, the bonus stops increasing.
Sustained Attack is attached to one Ghost and one Shaman at a time. For example, if there have already been four attacks on a level 6 Moon Wolf within an hour, and the bonus is at 60%, attacking another Ghost or changing the Shaman will reset the counter to zero, and the Sustained Attack will start over.
There are four ways to increase the Shaman's offense:
- Upgrading the Shaman's attack stats
- Increasing the critical hit chance
- Performing more consecutive attacks
- Reducing the Ghost's defense
You can affect these by using Knowledge, Shaman's Skills, and boosts.
Ghosts' Shelters are locations that appear on the Global Map after Ghosts are banished. They contain resources and rune fragments. The location level is equal to the level of the banished Ghost.
To create a rune, you will need 1,000 fragments of this rune. You can get them by attacking Ghosts on the Global Map. The number of rune fragments dropped by a Ghost depends on its level.
Runes are created in the Rune Workshop (Fragments tab). After combining the fragments, you always create a simple rune. Fuse runes to improve their quality.
Initially, you can fuse only simple runes. To fuse runes of a higher quality, you need to learn the corresponding Knowledge in the Shamans branch. To find out which runes you already have, open the Collection tab in the Rune Workshop. You can learn about their bonuses here.
To activate rune bonuses, you need to insert the runes into Hero's or Shaman's Legendary equipment. You can do this in the Inlay tab in the Workshop. Read more about this in the Runes section.
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