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Indigenous Mice
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Misc.
Rare Rodents
Dock Dwellers
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Misc.
Mountain Mice
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Misc.
Forest Guild
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Misc.
Lab Experiments
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Misc.
Shadow Clan
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Misc.
Digby Dirt Dwellers
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Misc.
Followers of Furoma
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Misc.
The Forgotten Mice
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Misc.
Aquatic Order
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Misc.
The Elub Tribe
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Misc.
The Nerg Tribe
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Misc.
The Derr Tribe
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Misc.
The Dreaded Horde
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Misc.
Draconic Brood
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Misc.
Balack's Banished
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Misc.
Gauntlet Gladiators
The legion of mice swarming the King's Gauntlet comes from diverse and untold regions, and therefore their individual taste in cheese, and their power type differs as greatly as their lands of origin. Hunters seeking to take their trapping skills to the next level should look for special potion drops from the mice they are currently hunting. Only then will they possess the proper bait (and the proper knowledge of power types) to reach the top.
Tier 1: Puppet
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Wound Up White
Don't be fooled by the wind-up mouse's adorable exterior because inside. . . well, actually, this mouse is mostly made up of adorable exterior. The Puppet Master designed him with three fixed wheels, so he is adept at charging into a trap quickly, and escaping before the catch goes off. Walls pose a problem though, as the wind-up mouse is not very good at making turns.
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Effective
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Hapless Marionette
Slow and stiff in the joints, these inherited puppets spend most of their days doing menial chores for their Master. Hapless Marionettes live painful lives, avoiding the company of other puppets due to their rough construction and the random carvings of passing hunters. If one comes near, beware its broom-- that’s the one thing it knows how to wield accurately.
Very Effective
Effective
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Toy Sylvan
Just as cute and colorful as the original, the Toy Sylvan Mouse is a testament to the Puppet Master’s design skills. It is fitted with a clockwork mechanism and metal skeleton, so it moves like the real thing. Although the Toy Sylvan is almost as fast as its namesake, the Puppet Master often uses it with other puppets to create a diversion due to its bright, shiny coat.
Very Effective
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Clockwork Samurai
The clockwork samurai is one of the only puppets in the Master’s arsenal that is designed entirely for trap-springing. Quick, agile, and made of the most advanced mechanical parts that money can buy, the samurai uses his wind-up key as a miniature sword. Experienced hunters have a saying about this puppet: Watch out for the keys or they’ll catch your cheese!
Very Effective
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Puppet Master
With all the skill of an accomplished magician, these mice use strings, gears and ball joints to give the illusion of life to inanimate objects. Their primary weapon is distraction. Many a hunter has tangled with Puppet Masters only to find that the mouse they hold in their hand is not a real mouse at all, but a decoy cunningly placed to distract them while their quarry steals away.
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Sock Puppet Ghost
Possessed by the angry spirits of mice sent to an early grave by a hunter, the Sock Puppet Ghosts have a reciprocal relationship with the Puppet Master. The ghosts give their Master cheese, and the Master gives the ghosts bodies with which to wreak revenge on the hunters. An air of depression surrounds them, making anyone nearby feel cold and alone.
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Tier 2: Thief
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Impersonator
With their tails tucked safely into their pants and a stylish set of human khaki shorts, who would believe that Impersonators are really mice? Ok, so they walk around barefoot, have claws and are about four and a half feet too short, but look at that mask! These mice have clearly done their homework. The sign may need a little work, but they’re optimists... one day the humans will accept them as brothers, and then, the cheese feast will begin.
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Lockpick
24. . . 8. . . 19. . . The Lockpick mouse can use its mini-stethoscope and custom paperclip to circumvent nearly any method of modern lock-itude. Sea chests? Done. Safes? Cracked. Deluxe, master-class lockboxes with fifteen different mechanisms and an explosive security system? There better be a big cheese payoff, but, yeah, the Lockpick can do them, too. It can also spring trap mechanisms ahead of time, leaving the cheese ripe for the taking.
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Escape Artist
Usually found in traveling bands of mouse players, Escape Artists pride themselves on the ability to release themselves from even the most complicated of traps. While they do know more than the average mouse about escaping from traps, much of their act consists of stage tricks. The Escape Artists are more likely to fool a trap mechanism using sleight of hand than wait for it to snap.
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Bandit
Hailing from the high mountain passes, and the shadows along the roadside, these mice were chosen for the King’s Gauntlet because they are well-versed in the art of the ambush. They make their living by profiting off the misfortunes of others, especially when those misfortunes are caused by their trusty dagger. Bandits are opportunists by nature, and as such they never pass by an opportunity to gain some free cheese. After all, even if they don’t need it, someone else might pay a hefty price for it.
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Stealth
Agile and fearless, Stealth Mice can sneak up on any opponent and rifle their pockets without inciting any notice whatsoever. A permanent resident of mist and obscurity, their origins are completely unknown. A beloved Stealth Mouse strategy is to spring the trap and take the cheese, while leaving a small log in their place. Often, these logs are the only souvenir to prove that a Stealth Mouse has even been in the area.
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Rogue
Cloaked in shadow and very seldom seen for more than a few seconds at a time, Rogue mice spent their time before entering the King's Gauntlet working for the mouse who could bid the most cheese for their services. What those services consist of is a trade secret of the Rogues, of course, but suffice it to say that the mice who can afford to hire the Rogue find themselves with much fewer enemies.
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Tier 3: Melee
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Fencer
Fencers are the product of years of training, practicing precise trap-springing techniques using the points of their swords. Graceful and regal in bearing, they exude all of the dignity of a royal court while exhibiting daring feats of swordplay-- and with their elegant tasseled jackets and courtly jabots, it’s not just their swords that are looking sharp.
Very Effective
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Page
Armed with a dull training sword and hand-me-down shield, Pages are determined to be the best swordsmice in the land-- someday. Undaunted by such things as broken blades, cracked shields or a complete lack of training and experience, a Page will push on into battle, diving into the fray without hesitation. Unfortunately, they also dive back out of the fray fairly quickly, if they manage to make it that far.
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Berserker
The Berserkers come to the King’s Gauntlet from the Land of Ice and Snow, determined to make a place for themselves in Clawhalla by cutting down as many traps in their lifetime as they can manage. A race of fierce warriors, they rely on their trusty axes to solve just about any problem.
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Knight
While Knight mice prefer to use a sword in battle, they are also well trained in jousting, mace fighting and hand-to-hand combat. Career soldiers, they traveled the countryside before the King’s Gauntlet, righting wrongs and retrieving trap cheese for elderly mice and mouselings. They tend to stockpile most of their winnings, in the hopes that one day they can give all that extra cheese to the poor.
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Phalanx
Although they are skilled jousters, Phalanx mice prefer to live by the old idiom: ‘Better safe than sorry’. Covered in a suit of armor that weighs more than they do, they can often spring a trap just by stomping on the ground nearby. One of their favorite strategies when confronting a particularly stubborn trap is to curl up under their shield and let the arm of the trap bend around it, before grabbing the cheese with their lance.
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Cavalier
What ho! It’s the Cavalier Mouse! Dressed in their ceremonial finest, these flashy mice of empire scrap their way through the most dangerous of traps using their sabers, pistols, and a whole lot of good old-fashioned grit. The spirit of adventure drives their escapades, although the cheese reward is a nice incentive, as well.
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Tier 4: Bard
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Cowbell
The Cowbell Mouse floods the area around it with the transcendent sound of its chosen instrument. . . clunk-clunk, clunk-clunk. After all, very few songs incorporate the cowbell to its greatest potential, and even those songs could use a little more. To this end, the Cowbell Mouse wanders around, exploring his ‘studio space’ and doing funny little hip movements while he clunks as loudly as possible. These mice will often dance right into traps, distracted by their own noise.
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Drummer
Musical mice avoid the Drummer Mouse as scrupulously as they avoid moldy cheese. Whenever another instrument enters the area, the Drummer Mouse adds a back beat. This act wouldn’t be a problem, if the drums didn’t drown out all of the other instruments, but as it is, when the Drummer starts up, the other mice in the area can’t hear themselves think. And woe be to the Mouse that does play with the drummer-- he speeds up every few bars.
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Dancer
Coins jingle, fabric twirls and music flows around Dancer Mice, the masters of movement. Dancer Mice make their trade look easy, but the tricks they pull off are anything but-- cartwheels, back flips and amazing feats of balance fill their routines. With so much strength and agility at their command, it’s no wonder that Dancer Mice can pirouette their way to the cheese.
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Fiddler
Using only a fiddle and a whole lot of sentiment, Fiddler Mice play some of the most heart-rending songs ever heard from a member of the rodent family. Their execution is less than perfect, garnering squeaks and clunks aplenty, but the vigor and enthusiasm with which they play makes up for any lack of proficiency. Being a hopeless romantic is all well and good, but Fiddler Mice get so enthralled in their own playing that their trap reaction time is less than impressive.
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Guqin Player
According to this mouse, a wise and refined rodent is never without his or her Guqin. Fond of quiet, meditative places, the Guqin Player mouse spends most of its time cultivating serenity and inner peace through the intricate chords it plays on its chosen instrument. The Guqin Player is so serene, in fact, that it seldom summons enough fighting instinct to fight against traps-- but it’s not too concerned. As long as it has its Guqin, it will be game for just about anything.
Very Effective
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Less Effective
Tier 5: Magic
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Black Mage
Reclusive and unpredictable, the Black Mage’s robes reflect the union of all the elements: Earth, Water, Wind and Fire. With a multitude of elemental minions at their command, Black Mages use powerful combinations to defeat their foes. A Black Mage may freeze a trap with water, then blow it to bits with a fiery explosion. Of course, they always strive to keep the cheese intact.
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Terra
With their many arms, Terra Mice can summon all the powers of growing things, from poison oak to stinging nettles. They often strangle traps with vines in order to bring cheese back to the Black Mage. The flowers growing out of the Terra Mouse’s skin reflect its health and well-being. The more vibrant and bountiful the flowers on its head, the more dangerous it can be to the unsuspecting hunter.
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Ignis
Ignis Mice glow so brightly that they can be seen from far away, but they don’t really need cover anyway. Bold fighters who use flaming hammer blows and explosive fireballs to completely annihilate traps, they often grow too zealous and roast the cheese, as well. The Black Mage usually forgives them, but only if the cheese is nicely browned on all sides.
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Zephyr
With all the capriciousness of the wind at their command, Zephyr mice can appear and disappear in an instant, becoming a gentle breeze or a fierce gale. Using spirits of the air, they can send out a gust so accurate and strong that it can whisk the cheese right out of a trap before the arm even has a chance to snap. The Zephyr’s fans may look delicate, but they use them to channel the energy of the winds. One wave, placed correctly, could knock a hunter off their feet.
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Aquos
Using flails made of pure tidal fury, Aquos Mice control the powers of water and ice. Anywhere water can go, they go, soaking into wood and dripping into tiny cracks in trap bases. Once they have infiltrated a material as water, they freeze, which breaks even the strongest of bases apart. After that, they are free to collect the cheese and return it to the Black Mage.
Very Effective
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Less Effective
Seasonal Soldiers
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Spring
Summer
Fall
Winter
Wizard's Pieces
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Misc.
Mystic
Technic
Zurreal's Breed
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Misc.
Icewing's Invasion
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Misc.
Bergling
Tunnel Rat
Brute
Bomb Squad
Zealot
Icewing's Generals
Wild Bunch
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Misc.
Crew
Ringleader
Train Robbers
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Passenger
Depot Worker
Automice
Raider
Fueler
Meteorite Miners
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Misc.
Weremice
Cosmic Critter
Special
Dawn Destroyer
The Marching Flame
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Archer
Artillery
Cavalry
Mage
Scout
Warrior
Support
Command
Muridae Market Mice
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Misc.
Living Garden Mice
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Misc.
Lost City Mice
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Misc.
Sand Dunes Mice
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Misc.
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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Misc.
Event Mice
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Great Winter Hunt
Halloween
Spring Egg Hunt
New Year
Misc.
Prize
Great Gnawnian Games
Birthday
Lunar New Year
Valentine's
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