Indigenous Mice
Indigenous mice are most often found in the region of Gnawnia. Physical traps work best against indigenous mice, and they prefer normal flavours of cheese, such as cheddar, marble, swiss, brie or SUPER|brie+.
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White
The white mouse is probably the most common mouse in these parts. They pose very little challenge and thus garner little reward. Great for the starting mouse hunter.
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Grey
Slightly feistier than their white cousins, the grey mouse is also a very common mouse. They pose very little challenge, and thus garner little reward. Great for the starting mouse hunter.
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Brown
Brown mice are the most challenging common mice, but are still suitable for a starting mouse hunter.
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Lightning Rod
Never known for its qualities of better judgement, the Lightning Rod mouse will wait in fields for days on end, waving a fork at the sky and waiting for lightning. As Hunters know, waiting is hungry work, and so catching one of these mice is as easy as spying its fork and waiting for its tummy to rumble. Hunters don't know why the Lightning Rod mouse wants to be electrified, but common sense dictates that they should be avoided when a storm is brewing.
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Cowardly
Traumatized by its terrible experience with a Swiss Army Trap (in a nightmare it had once), the Cowardly mouse sees constant menace in its idyllic surroundings. To this neurotic little rodent, every blade of grass represents a potentially fatal paper cut, and every rose a debilitating eye injury caused by getting too close for a sniff, followed by a bird landing on the bush at the the wrong moment, which causes the thorns to. . . well, you get the picture.
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Field
After finding a tuft of grass in a private location, usually by a nice view, visitors to Gnawnia and the Meadow often decide to spread out blankets and have a picnic. Unfortunately, when they try to sit down, they realize that their feast is being carried off by a multitude of mice who have posed as grass to lure them in. Because of these recent scams, the King has advised the public to be extra wary of scenic vistas, charming fruit groves, and any and all topiary.
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Spotted
Spotted mice enjoy the fresh air and solitude of long hikes in the countryside, and because they never stay in one place for long, they are rather unsure of themselves when it comes to making friends. These mice are ideal targets for beginning MouseHunters because, while they are fairly smart and physically fit, they lack the teamwork skills that other mice use to stay out of trouble.
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Tiny
Tiny Mice have two major advantages over larger mice. First of all, a morsel of cheese can feed a Tiny Mouse for more than two weeks, unlike larger mice who gobble the cheese up as soon as they get it. Secondly, when they attack a trap, the weapon often misses them entirely, leaving them free to pursue the cheese. Stubbornness is the only reason Tiny Mice get caught at all. Once they win a piece of cheese, they won’t let it go, even if it’s five times their weight.
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Flying
These little, feathered vermin arrived at the town of Gnawnia in a large flock one day, covering the trees and shoving the real birds out of the birdbaths. When some elderly tourists sat down on one of the park benches and started feeding them crumbled cheese, the mice evicted all the tenants of the local birdhouses, and settled in for a long stay. Though the real birds have sought out more peaceful habitats, these winged pests don't migrate often.
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Scruffy
A hybrid of the common brown and white species of mouse, the Scruffy mouse is the black sheep of the indigenous family because of its stubborn refusal to observe good grooming practices. Rather than co-operate with other mice, the Scruffy uses its sheepdog-like appearance to its advantage, traveling behind packs of stray mutts in order to use their keen noses to find new sources of food.
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Dwarf
Often found living in remote areas, the dwarf mouse moves quickly, making it more difficult to catch than the basic coloured mouse.
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Speedy
To the naked eye, the Speedy Mouse is less of a mouse, and more of a brown blurry comet with a pink tail. There are very few case studies regarding their behavior, but those that exist are strange indeed. Take, for example, the testimony of one very disgruntled citizen: “Before I could call for help, those little varmints knocked me over, rifled through my pockets, bounced on muh belly and untied muh shoes.” Sometimes, even efficiency can be a bad thing.
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Magic
And now, Ladies and Gentlemen, the Magic Mouse will make your cheese. . . disappear! Using only the power of his mind (and some smoke, mirrors and pulleys) he can levitate even the largest wheels of cheese off of trap bases, and into the mouths of his lovely assistants. No cage can hold him, and no rope can bind him. . . unless someone other than his lovely assistants is doing the tying, but that's giving his enemies an unfair advantage, isn’t it?
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Spud
No one is sure how one mouse managed to swallow a whole potato, but this is the result-- a bloated rodent prone to falling on its back. Unwilling to pass up food, even when they're still shaped like their last meal, Spud mice raid traps in order to hoard the cheese for later. Hunters have brought home large quantities of these mice by placing their traps at the bottom of a steep hill: Spud mice inevitably lose their balance while climbing them and roll to the bottom.
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Steel
As the name suggests, the skin of this mouse is strong as steel. Less common than simple colored mice, the steel mouse is significantly harder to catch.
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Pugilist
If any mouse in Gnawnia needs to resolve an issue with fisticuffs, Pugilist Mice are happy to defend their honor. Since time immemorial, the Pugilist Mice have run their own mustachioed guild, which specializes in fancy hopping techniques and giving scoundrels what for. When it comes to springing traps, their little fists may not do much damage, but their constant hopping and taunting does tend to throw off most targeting devices.
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Longtail
The ancestors of the Longtail started out long ago as average mice with big goals, and a flair for creative problem solving. As they searched for a way to reach more remote locations, and more exotic cheeses, these crafty little mice learned to stand on their tails, stre-e-etching their way to victory! Over time, as the mice continued to reach for the sky, their tails grew to accommodate their lofty goals, until the Longtail became the curly-tailed terror that it is today.
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Nibbler
The Nibbler Mouse is the information-gathering mouse that reports back to its fellow mice about the placement of traps, advancement of hunters, and other mouse-worthy news to help them all gain an advantage over the King's forces. This mouse is very hard to catch on a regular basis because its goal is to visit traps multiple times, hoping to gather as much intel as possible (while taking cheese samples for testing) before returning and giving a very informative and enjoyable report to those mice wanting to keep up to date.
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Farmhand
When mice ran the farmers off this tract of land, the Farm Hands ransacked their crops... and quickly learned that if they wanted more, they would have to grow it themselves. Farm Hand mice mostly eat fresh, crunchy carrots and cabbage, but if someone were to come along with a handful of that cheesy food all the city slickers are munchin' on, well, they might just be obliged to eat it.
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Burglar
These mice have earned the nickname 'Sparky' after a certain infamous MouseHunter who had very long fingers. With an insatiable lust for brie, these stealthy mice make their way from region to region stealing brie from shoppe keepers! Since they are known for their desire to hoard cheese, a hunter is sure to find a few pieces of left over brie in the satchel of this sparky little mouse.
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Master Burglar
Regular Burglar mice merely pick pockets... Master Burglar mice stage elaborate heists. Attracted only to Gilded Cheese and SUPER|brie+, Master Burglar mice eschew any aspect of life that isn’t gold or diamond-encrusted. Catching a Master Burglar Mouse in the Bazaar is well worth the effort. In the past, they have been known to drop precious items, and this time, rumor has it that the Master Burglar mice have run off with one of the King's crown jewels!
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Captain Croissant
She loves bread. That's really all you need to know. Not much else is really known about her, in fact! Is she MADE of bread? Is she inside of a gigantic robotic-like suit comprised of baked goods?

We do know she is a mouse of some kind and, being a mouse, she also loves cheese. So, naturally, Grilled Cheese would drive this mouse WILD. Cheese AND bread? TOGETHER?!

Collect Packets of Flour in the Windmill to create Grilled Cheese and free the Windmill from her breaded tyranny!
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Rare Rodents
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Crown Collector
Crown Collector mice were renowned for their rarity and difficulty to catch. Even such powerful mice as the Dojo Sensei came to them for advice on how to properly pillage pesky Hunters!

Over time, these mice began to charge a fee for his advice... and their only fee was the crowns that the King awarded to his most elite Hunters. Now obsessed with gaining more and more crowns, these mice most often visit the traps of hunters who have earned several crowns themselves.
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Black Widow
When a mouse is able to swipe a single piece of SUPER|brie+ from a hunter's trap, Widows often follow the lucky mouse and lure them into a tangled trap of their own. Their lust for magical cheese seems to grow stronger with each piece they add to their stash.

Extremely sensitive to their surroundings, their ability to detect even the slightest vibration make these stealthy mice somewhat hard to find.

This mouse carries SUPER|brie+.
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Relic Hunter
From the mountains of Gnawnia to Zugzwang's famous Gardens, the Relic Hunter Mouse leaves no trap unturned in the search for elusive Ancient Relics. Sure, they can be found in the possession of some of the most dangerous mice around, but, well... That's dangerous! It's far safer (relatively) to try to check out the relics that hunters have accrued. And besides, free cheese!

This mouse is so dedicated to the study of Ancient Relics that she'll never approach your trap until you have at least one. The Relic Hunter Mouse will stay in one location for an entire day before moving on, so you'll have to search Gnawnia to find her every day!
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Dock Dwellers
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Misc.
Mountain Mice
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Forest Guild
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Lab Experiments
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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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Gauntlet Gladiators
Tier 1: Puppet
Tier 2: Thief
Tier 3: Melee
Tier 4: Bard
Tier 5: Magic
Tier 6: Noble
Tier 7: Dust
Tier 8: The Eclipse
Seasonal Soldiers
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Spring
Summer
Fall
Winter
Wizard's Pieces
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Mystic
Technic
Zurreal's Breed
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Icewing's Invasion
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Bergling
Tunnel Rat
Brute
Bomb Squad
Zealot
Icewing's Generals
Wild Bunch
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Crew
Ringleader
Train Robbers
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Depot Worker
Automice
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Meteorite Miners
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Weremice
Cosmic Critter
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Dawn Destroyer
The Marching Flame
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Artillery
Cavalry
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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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Queso Canyoneers
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River Riders
Spice Mice
Quarry Quarries
Deep Sea Dwellers
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Sunken City Citizen
Finned Fiend
Coral Corral
Barnacled Bunch
Scale Society
Treasure Troop
Predator Pack
Fungal Fiends
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Fungal Fodder
Gruyere Grazer
Mineral Muncher
Gemstone Gorger
Diamond Devourer
Citizens of Zokor
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Hallway Wanderer
Fungal Farmer
Lost Scholar
Fealty Sworn Soldier
Tech Engineer
Treasure Miser
Hidden Remnant
Moussu Picchu Inhabitants
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Fungal Feeder
Potion Brewer
Wind Wanderer
Rain Roamer
Storm Dragon
Rift Walkers
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Gnawnia Rift
Burroughs Rift
Whisker Woods Rift
Rift Stalkers
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Bristle Woods Rift
Furoma Rift
The Polluted
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Event Mice
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Great Winter Hunt
Halloween
Spring Egg Hunt
New Year
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Prize
Great Gnawnian Games
Birthday
Lunar New Year
Valentine's
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