Indigenous Mice
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Gauntlet Gladiators
Forest Guild
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The Shadow Clan
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Digby Dirt Dwellers
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Followers of Furoma
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The Forgotten Mice
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Aquatic Order
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The Elub Tribe
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The Nerg Tribe
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The Derr Tribe
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The Dreaded Horde
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Draconic Brood
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Balack's Banished
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Seasonal Soldiers
From the ever-changing vistas of Zugzwang's garden come the Seasonal Soldiers, a group of mice who have been infused with the magic of the four seasons. If you want to draw these 'seasoned' veterans in, use normal cheeses, such as Swiss, Brie, Gouda or SUPER|brie+ and a Tactical trap, but know this: The Hunter seeking true mastery of the Seasonal Soldiers must find the special weaknesses that are unique to each season.
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Tactical
Spring
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Derpicorn
The slender physique and fierce personality of the Unicorn Mouse makes it an ideal cheese predator. It defends its territory with its deadly horn, ready to pounce on any cheese carrier and-- what? I'm describing Zugzwang's Derpicorn Mouse? Oh dear. Well gentle reader, there is only one thing to know about the Derpicorn. Produce cheese, and its will is yours to command, assuming that you are on an errand that requires a rotund white mouse. As for the Unicorn Mouse, that's just impossible.
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Hydrophobe
Most mice living in Zugzwang's garden have some desire to fit into their seasonal area, but the Hydrophobe mouse proves a rare exception to the rule. To a Hydrophobe, wet fur is a misery, and so they seek shelter under anything they can find (leaves, roots, a looming Deathbot) in order to dodge mother nature's attacks on their well-being. Their dislike for spring rain is so strong, in fact, that it counteracts the seasonal magic.
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Tanglefoot
When these mice crafted gloves from a stack of silks that they found in Zugzwang's tower, they soon found that their new duds allowed seeds to grow instantaneously from their paws. Rather than reveling in the gloves' gardening potential, however, Tanglefoot Mice use their powers only to annoy. They grow sharp, rigid Tanglefoot weeds over paths that humans frequent, hindering hunters' movement and shredding light footwear.
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Puddlemancer
Do not underestimate this mouse by its portly appearance and purple-flower-deelybopper headband. This mouse... is a Master of the art of puddle manipulation. All it needs is a small pool of last night's muddy rainwater to wreak dewy destruction on all who oppose it, hurling drops of water at traps with such great speed that it can slap the cheese right off of the trap base. The flowers are just for camouflage. Yes, camouflage...
Very Effective
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Spring Familiar
Clad in churning billows of cloud, the Spring Familiar brings a concentrated electrical storm with it wherever it goes. When this mouse enters the area, take cover- it may look serene, but the lightning bolts shooting out of its skirt will fry any trap mechanism in its path. Like a slow-moving thunderhead, the Spring Familiar is never in a hurry. It knows that it can take its time pilfering and eating cheese, because hunters fear its shocking defenses.
Very Effective
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Vinetail
With prickly fur like the thorns of a wild rose, and a long tail that grows in curlicues, the Vinetail mouse is not a rodent that you want to get your hands on, in the literal sense. Using its root feet for stability, it threads its tail into a trap, then grows a small tendril around the cheese. If the trap puts up a fight, the Vinetail mouse either digs its heels in (literally) and tries to pull the cheese out, or just lets the vine break off so it can grow a new one and try again.
Very Effective
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Summer
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Hot Head
Wherever the summer sun beats down on fields and beaches, there are mice who love the heat, frolicking in the fields... and then, there are the inevitable casualties. Hot Head mice had a little too much fun in the sun, and now they're left bright pink, woozy, and more than a little confused. Since melty cheese is sometimes used as a sunscreen, they're storming traps to get some, but they're not in any condition to be walking, let alone stealing.
Very Effective
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Monarch
Without any real powers to play with, the Monarch Mouse decided to improvise in order to fit in with its transformed comrades. It pilfered materials from nearby hunters, acquired wings from a butterfly using methods better left un-described, and transformed itself into the self-proclaimed ruler of the insects. So far, its attempts to herd beetles have proved unsuccessful, but the padding on its costume does absorb the impact from some traps.
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Firefly
Firefly mice are harder to catch than you might think, given that they only come out at night, and that they have a lit bulb attached to their rear end. Like their insect inspiration, these mice keep their lights on just long enough to distract any potential pursuit, then blink out as they dive for the cheese. Fireflies also use their bulbous bottoms as blinding devices, flooding more advanced traps' sensors with sudden bursts of light.
Very Effective
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Stinger
Smelly candles and fly paper won't save you this time! Stinger mice are on the loose, ready to swarm your cheese. Even with their multiple appendages filled with stolen dairy products, Stinger Mice can attack using their needle tails and acidic saliva, which dissolve cheese, clothing, and many other materials on contact. As far as hunting is concerned, a fly swatter may be the more appropriate weapon, but a mouse trap will do in a pinch.
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Firebreather
Some mice use fire for the sake of wanton destruction, but to the Firebreather mouse, destruction is an art. One graceful puff from their torch, and your cheese is fondue. Another spiraling fireball later, your pants are on fire. Then, after a flourish and a wave of the paw, there's a ring of flame around you that you're not sure how to get rid of. Not surprisingly, Hunters' lore advises all visitors to the Summer island to skip the Firebreather's floor show.
Very Effective
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Summer Mage
The Summer season on Zugzwang's island is already scorching hot, but the presence of the Summer Mage mouse makes the heat unbearable. Immune to the effects of too much sun, it hurls balls of concentrated summer sunlight at hunters and traps alike. Just one touch of the Summer Mage's sunlight is enough to cause a painful, blistering sunburn, so if you're prone to burns, be sure to take plenty of zinc and aloe with you while hunting.
Very Effective
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Fall
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Whirleygig
Seeking to maximize the benefits of perpetual autumn, the Whirleygig launches itself off maple trees, holding on to the stem of a maple key while it spins around and around. Eventually, the maple key loses momentum, sending the mouse zipping down to the ground, to land with a bump on the base of your trap. This evolution of parachuting strategy sometimes yields cheese, but more often it results in a long drop and a sudden stop, so to speak.
Very Effective
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Pumpkin Head
There are three distinct steps to pumpkin carving: draw the face, scoop the seeds, then carve. The Pumpkin Head mice, in a fit of eagerness to fit in with their transformed brethren, got a little confused during this process. Since they stuck their heads into the pumpkin before carving began, they were in no hurry to go under the knife, even if it meant a slight loss of visibility.
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Scarecrow
While the Scarecrow Mouse's seasonal transformation may not summon lightning or turn its foes to ice, it presents just as much of a threat to the unprepared Hunter. The Scarecrow's most valuable talent is its ability to be squashed and torn without losing much of its original vitality, meaning that very few traps have much effect on it. The best way to get rid of a Scarecrow is to scatter its stuffing-- once its straw is all gone, it will be too floppy to carry on.
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Harvest Harrier
Despite its colorful cloak of autumn leaves, and charming hat made of a mini-pumpkin top, this mouse is a master of evasion. The Harvest Harrier's job is to remain invisible, in order to spring as many traps and rob as many traps as possible, and it takes this duty seriously. Catch a glimpse of it in the pumpkin patch, and it turns into just another gourd, quick as a blink. Spot it in a leaf pile, and, well, good luck finding it again.
Very Effective
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Fall Familiar
The dry rustle of leaves blowing in the wind accompanies the passing of the Fall Familiar, bringing with it the smell of lit jack-o-lanterns. The sky is always a little dusky as it roams the garden, which provides ample cover for his minions to rob hunters attempting to track him. Although it never usually gets its gnarled paws dirty with such things, the Fall Familiar is quite an accomplished thief, able to turn into a swirl of dead leaves if it is in danger of being caught.
Very Effective
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Harvester
The Harvester Mouse expresses the dominant traits of fall: plant death and hibernation. Although its primary concern is the changing of the seasons, it uses its powers of hibernation against hunters and traps without hesitation, putting them both into a deep sleep which lasts until spring.

Beware the Harvester Mouse's sleep spell! With a single, mismeasured blast, hunters have fallen asleep in their youth and awakened with wrinkled faces.
Very Effective
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Winter
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Over-Prepared
As in most areas where extreme weather is an issue, some mice embrace the snow, and some... prepare for snowpocalypse. The Over-prepared mouse is convinced that soon, the world will be covered in mountains of wintery death, and so it covered itself in layers of warm clothing. Because it is nothing if not thorough, it has also got an enviable arsenal of trap-busting tools stashed away in that suit, when it can find them among all the layers.
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Penguin
When Penguin mice decided to get up a spiffy costume and imitate their favorite winter bird, they didn't count on a few of the limitations inherent in their disguise. They were looking forward to sliding down icy slopes, using only their tummies as a sled, and swimming through icy water. Unfortunately, rubberized canvas and cotton batting don't take to these activities as readily as one would hope, resulting in many a sliced-up suit.
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Icicle
Unlike common icicles, which hang from eaves troughs and mind their own business, the razor-sharp ice spears controlled by the Icicle mouse fly through the air in a swarm, waiting like a raised dagger for hunters to come along and set out their cheese. Once the trap is set, the Icicle mouse drops a barrage of icy spears on trap and hunter, slicing their clothing, sending the cheese flying, and, worst of all, running down the hunter's shirt. Brrr!
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Frostbite
Sharp as the biting wind on a January morning, the Frostbite mouse embodies the cold of a deep, northern winter. Frost feeds its powers, allowing it to use the magic of Zugzwang's garden to become stronger and sharper than ever before. At the peak of its power, the Frostbite mouse's claws become as hard as diamonds, and freeze their victims on contact. Don't expect any fear from a Frostbite mouse, either-- their disposition is as unyielding as a glacier.
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Bruticle
The Bruticle Mouse tackles all of its opponents head-on, using its extreme strength to overpower them before delivering a blast of ice that traps them in place. If the ability to throw ice isn't enough to gain the Bruticle their prize, they have a ready back-up weapon in the blanket of spikes on their back. These spikes, like a porcupine's quills, can be ripped out and used as spears, or, in emergencies, used as a spike shield between mouse and Hunter.
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Winter Mage
Have you ever felt a frosty wind whipping at your coat? If so, you've probably felt the Winter Mage's familiar, that capricious breeze that knocks down trees and roughs up roofs. The winter mage uses its power over the wind to blow the cheese right out of traps, and also to avoid notice. One sharp gust of snow in a hunter's eyes, and they'll be too distracted to see the mouse slipping right under their nose.
Very Effective
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Wizard's Pieces
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Zurreal's Breed
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Icewing's Invasion
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Wild Bunch
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Train Robbers
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Meteorite Miners
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The Marching Flame
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Muridae Market Mice
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Living Garden Mice
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Lost City Mice
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Sand Dunes Mice
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The Polluted
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Deep Sea Dwellers
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Fungal Fiends
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Citizens of Zokor
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Rift Walkers
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Rift Stalkers
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Event Mice
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