The Myling is a Ghost in Phasmophobia, which has two distinct behaviors attached to it. A Parabolic Microphone has a chance of displaying a Myling's strange sounds to players who aren't familiar with the procedure.
All Myling Evidence in Phasmophobia
The Myling's unique set of evidence includes EMF 5, Fingerprints, and Ghost Writing. The Ghost is also able to record more sounds in the Parabolic Microphone than other Ghost Types, making hiding from the Ghost extremely effective.
Myling's Strengths and Weaknesses and what they mean in Phasmophobia
The Journal lists the Myling's Strengths and Weaknesses as follows:
- Strength - A Myling is known to be quieter when hunting.
- Weakness - Mylings more frequently make paranormal sounds.
The Myling's Strength refers to the Ghost's footsteps, which fade away faster than those of other Ghosts. At around 9 meters, the Myling's footsteps will begin to fade and eventually become inaudible farther away, making it a dead giveaway when trying to identify the Myling.
The Myling's Weakness is related to its greater frequency in producing sounds when listening through the Parabolic Microphone. Every Ghost is able to make these sounds, but the Myling makes them more frequently than other Ghosts. The Banshee has a unique sound in the Parabolic Microphone that shouldn't be confused with a Myling when heard.
Tips for identifying a Myling in Phasmophobia
Players must wait for the Myling to hear its footsteps while hunting. When the Ghost's footsteps are still audible, it is not a Myling.