How to use Easel Canvas in Demonologist

Get them to draw on it!

In Demonologist, there are several tools, such as the Easel Canvas, players must use to survive during investigations. Here is everything you need to know about using the Easel Canvas in Demonologist. 

How to use the Easel Canvas in Demonologist

To use the Easel Canvas, players must first purchase it via the store in Demonologist. Once purchased, equip the Easel Canvas to your loadout, and you can use it when you load it into a game. During a match, place the the canvas on a table or floor by pressing the Left Mouse Button. However, you should only set the Easel Canvas inside a room you suspect or know the ghost/entity is in for the best results. Doing so allows you to get the entity to draw on the canvas, revealing which dimension they reside. 

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We recommend using the canvas when the ghost/entity is most active, or you may not get positive results. Luckily, you can usually cause ghosts to become active when exploring the map or using tools such as the Voodoo Doll. Players should also have at least one person waiting at the HQ when using the Easel Canvas. The person at the HQ needs to watch the room so that they quickly add Easel Canvas to the list of evidence. For the best results, place tripoid camera facing the Easel Canvas to make monitoring things easier. 

How to buy Easel Canvas in Demonologist

You must complete a few investigations to get the Easel Canvas in Demonologist. Completing investigations earns you money, which you can use to buy the Easel Canvas via the in-game shop. Inside the shop, you can purchase the Easel Canvas for $1300. 

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