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Ghast

[[Image:|200px|center|Ghast (New Earth)]]
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Demons Three

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Ghast is an immortal demon. Along with his brothers Abnegazar and Rath, he comprises one third of the family commonly referred to as the Demons Three. The Demons Three ruled the galaxy a billion years ago before being banished by beings known as the Timeless Ones. Through the efforts of a sorcerer named Felix Faust, the brothers have come to Earth time and again, but they are almost always foiled by the super-hero team known as the Justice League of America. Ghast is linked to a mystical artifact known as the Red Jar of Calythos. Anyone in possession of the Wheel can summon and control Ghast.

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  • Although this character was originally introduced during DC's Earth-One era of publication, their existence following the events of the 1985-86 limited series Crisis on Infinite Earths remains intact. However, some elements of the character's Pre-Crisis history may have been altered or removed for Post-Crisis New Earth continuity, and should be considered apocryphal.

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Dofus Wiki

Up to date as of January 31, 2010

From Dofus

Ghast is a pet.

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Diet

Ghasts have a minimum feeding time of 5 hours with a maximum feeding time of 72 hours.

Characteristic Foods
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  • Wabbit Tooth,
  • Chafer Bone,
  • Evil Tofu tooth,
  • Karne Rider Nail,
  • Gobball horn,
  • Boar tusk,
  • Markschafer denture,
  • Bone of the Invisible Chafer,
  • Ribs chop,
  • Chafer Archer Thighbone,
  • Boowolf canine,
  • Ivory,
  • Dragon Pig skull,
  • Old Dreggon Bone,
  • Carved Bone,
  • Crocodyl Chief's Teeth,
  • Crocodyl Teeth,
  • Surprising Bone of the Chafer Foot Soldier,
  • Minotoror Burnt Horn,
  • Bony Montana,
  • Dragoturkey tooth,
  • Crackler Golden Tooth,
  • Karne tooth,
  • Pointed Tooth,
  • Fragment of Bone,
  • Yellow Fang,
  • Rat Fang,
  • Spinal Cord,
  • Chafer Skull,
  • Gobball War Chief tooth,
  • Horn of the Gobball War Chief,
  • Lousy Pig Denture,
  • Plissken tooth,
  • Plain Boar Tusk,
  • Kaniger nail,
  • Lousy Pig chop,
  • Moowolf teeth,
  • Rib Jaw,
  • Dragon Pig horn,
  • Crocodyl Bone,
  • Chief Crocodyl Skull,
  • Bear Tooth,
  • Bear Bone,
  • Magic Grass Snake Tooth,
  • Bone of the Leopardo Ghost,
  • Bone of the Maho Firefoux Ghost,
  • Bone of the Pandikaze Ghost,
  • Bone of Pandora's Ghost,
  • Bone of the Pandulum Ghost,
  • Ghost Soryo Firefoux Bone,
  • Bone of the Tanukoui San Ghost,
  • Bone of the Yokai Firefoux Ghost

Ghast will eat most bone items except Fisheralak Bones, Gobball Hoofs, Tofu beaks, Dragoturkey peaks or Crab Pincers. The full list of bones eaten by a ghast can be found here.


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Final Fantasy

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From Final Fantasy Wiki

Ghast may refer to:


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Runescape

Up to date as of February 07, 2010

From the RuneScape Wiki, the wiki for all things RuneScape

A ghast attacking a player.

Ghasts are undead souls of people that starved to death in Mort Myre swamp. When first encountered, they are fully transparent, have no combat level, and try to turn food into useless rotten food. If a player has no food, they do damage instead.

A player can kill a ghast only after obtaining a Druid pouch in the Nature Spirit quest. A player must use the Cast Bloom ability (uses up to six prayer points each time cast) of a blessed Silver sickle or the Ivandis flail near some dead logs, branches, or bushes to harvest Mort myre fungi, Mort myre stems, or Mort myre pears. Then put three or more of those harvested items into the druid pouch by filling it. A player may fill it multiple times in a row to contain many charges. A charge from a filled druid pouch makes a ghast visible. If a ghast attacks a player, the pouch makes it visible (and consumes a charge) automatically. Visibility renders the ghast vulnerable to attack. Killing it rewards the player with Prayer experience equal to the combat level of ghast (e.g., 30 Prayer experience for a Level 30 ghast). Killing higher level ghasts from the temple trekking mini-game rewards the player with up to 139 prayer experience per kill.

Ghast Hunting Notes

Ghast released at death.

Although not difficult, it is considered by some to be rather tedious to summon Ghasts for combat training. They do drop lots of herbs, much more so than Hobgoblins. The material drops are rather petty. You do, however, gain reasonable Prayer experience as well as combat experience for killing them.

The best place to hunt them would be just west of the Altar of Nature/Grotto from the Nature Spirit quest. This allows you to keep refreshing your Prayer Points without using valuable Prayer Potions. The Silver Sickle does not have to actually equipped to gain its benefits, it just has to be in your inventory. However, you must also have a filled druid pouch in your inventory to prevent your food from being rotted. A player can use whichever weapon they choose for combat, not having to use the Sickle. Fully charge your Prayer Points, go west of the Grotto (where the Ghasts are) and cast Bloom with the Sickle next to the rotten logs. Try and do it between as many logs, branches, and bushes as possible, and you will often get several blossomed items to put in the Druid pouch. Do this over and over until you are out of Prayer Points. Now "use" the filled pouch on the ghostly Ghasts - do not wait for them to attack you. Often they will just float around, or the pouch will activate itself, allowing the solid Ghast to float out over the water where it cannot be attacked. The drops will more often than not fall under the rotten logs, so search the ground carefully after defeating the Ghast.

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Trivia

  • If a Ghast dies above water, there will be no drop at all.
  • The level 30 Ghasts attack at the speed of a whip, but their higher leveled counterparts encountered during Temple trekking attack much slower (same speed as an ogre bow).

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