Indigenous Mice
Suggested power types:
Misc.
Rare Rodents
Dock Dwellers
Suggested power types:
Misc.
Mountain Mice
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Misc.
Forest Guild
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Misc.
Lab Experiments
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Misc.
Shadow Clan
Suggested power types:
Misc.
Digby Dirt Dwellers
The Digby Dirt Dwellers all share a love of subterranean life, whether they're building tunnels, hanging out in the sediment, or just picking up shiny stones they find on the ground. They are weak against physical traps, and are only attracted to the subtle vibration of Limelight Cheese.
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Physical
Shadow
Tactical
Arcane
Misc.
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Mole
These partially blind little fellows find their way through the earth by feeling around, making them more susceptible to getting caught. The Digby development in the Burroughs aided their efforts to push past the Mountain into the Gnawnia region. Due to the dirt in their nostrils, they have a harder time sniffing out cheese.
Very Effective
Effective
Less Effective
0
Nugget
Nugget mice never grow very big, and are not very good at getting anywhere fast. When the other mice were handing out jobs, they decided the Nuggets were no competition for the likes of the Big Bad Burroughs clan. After all, Nuggets can't smash or bend or bury anything. . . and yet, the little Nuggets lead a peaceful life, gathering little bits of things that they find on the ground and hoping that they might prove useful. They're fond of shiny beetle shells, and like to form collections.
Very Effective
Effective
Less Effective
0
Core Sample
The Digby scientists routinely take samples from the rocks surrounding their home, hoping to catch any emerging mouse tunnels that might be around. One day, as the scientists examined one of their latest samples, ears popped out of the top like folded sails, and a tail fell down from its bottom. It blinked and twitched its nose. Rumor has it that the geologist in question stomped on his hat and left the job site soon after this incident, saying: "Now they're everywhere."
Very Effective
Effective
Less Effective
0
Rock Muncher
With a stomach full of rocks, these mice are not often seen moving quickly. Slow and slightly dim-witted, these mice lumber around the tunnels of Digby looking for tasty pieces of stone, occasionally shouting, with a full mouth, "Nom, nom... This rock tasty!".
Very Effective
Effective
Less Effective
0
Industrious Digger
The Industrious Digger mice weren't always as industrious as their name suggests-- in fact, they used to be the biggest pack of slackers in all of Gnawnia. The Diggers even used to steal cheese from other mice, until someone convinced them that they could get rich quick by digging up gold. Sooner or later they'll figure out that they're working for a living, and that there's no buried gold at Digby, but in the meantime, the other mice are having a lot of fun laughing at them.
Very Effective
Effective
Less Effective
0
Stone Cutter
When it comes to living underground, mice without a means of breaking through bedrock, quite literally, don't get very far. Some other, more infamous mice just chew their way through the rocks, but not all mice are lucky enough to have multiple jaws and thousands of teeth. No, some mice have to equip themselves with really good power tools, thankyouverymuch. Some mice put in a hard day's labor to rob a trap, rather than just zipping around eating granite.
Very Effective
Effective
Less Effective
0
Demolitions
Judged by the other mice to be too overzealous with the explosives to help with tunneling operations, Demolitions Mice blow trap mechanisms using piles of home-made dynamite that they place strategically along weak points. How do they make dynamite using the kinds of materials that mice typically get their hands on? Well, the recipe happens to be a closely guarded trade secret. If they told you, they'd have to pin a tail on you and cover you with fluff.
Very Effective
Effective
Less Effective
0
Miner
Digby may be full of researchers and engineers, but it's the Miner Mice who have refined cheese theft down to a science. The drills on the front of their vehicles (known affectionately among the scientists as 'Trap Trashers'), allow Miners to penetrate to even the most secure subterranean chamber. Once they reach the area in question, the drills double as a trap destruction device, while the precision pincer arm reaches in to nab the cheese.
Very Effective
Effective
Less Effective
0
Lambent Crystal
The tunnels below Digby are a dark and scary place for some mice, which is why these magical mice have adapted to emit a romantic purple glow designed to make hunters a little more compassionate towards them. If you suddenly feel the urge to join the NVMRC, don't worry; it's perfectly normal.
Very Effective
Effective
Less Effective
0
Itty-Bitty Burroughs
Similar to their big brother, the Big Bad Burroughs mouse, but smaller and cuter, Itty-Bitty Burroughs mice pop up everywhere in Digby-- which explains why many residents have taken to carrying mallets around with them on a daily basis. Itty-Bitties use their drill-like mouth to propel them underground, which means that one minute, they're snatching a forbidden piece of cheese, and the next they've disappeared down a tunnel too small for human hands.
Very Effective
Effective
Less Effective
0
Subterranean
After being run out of their laboratory, the scientists of Digby took refuge deep in the earth, hoping to wait out the mouse invasion. Shortly after digging in for the long haul, they found that the mice had taken over everything, including underground, which forced them to bring their drill city back to the surface. Now, by using their experience below ground, and a special irradiated crystal cheese, the cleverest hunters have been able to attract these deep digging mice.
Very Effective
Effective
Less Effective
0
Big Bad Burroughs
Even with all of the wisdom of the Laboratory scientists at their disposal, the town of Digby is scrambling to deal with all the cave-ins, punctures and ground tremors caused by the 'Triple B'. Where this mouse goes, a trail of churned-up earth follows, collapsing anything sitting on top of it, and because it pulls all of its cheesy victims underground, the Big Bad Burroughs mouse very seldom needs to show its head above the earth's surface. . . but when it does, you know it's angry.
Very Effective
Effective
Less Effective
Followers of Furoma
Suggested power types:
Misc.
The Forgotten Mice
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Misc.
Aquatic Order
Suggested power types:
Misc.
The Elub Tribe
Suggested power types:
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
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
Suggested power types:
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
Cork Collector
Pressure Builder
Geyser Hunter
Deep Sea Dwellers
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Sunken City Citizen
Finned Fiend
Coral Corral
Barnacled Bunch
Scale Society
Treasure Troop
Predator Pack
Fungal Fiends
Suggested power types:
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
Suggested power types:
Fungal Feeder
Potion Brewer
Wind Wanderer
Rain Roamer
Storm Dragon
Rift Walkers
Suggested power types:
Gnawnia Rift
Burroughs Rift
Whisker Woods Rift
Rift Stalkers
Suggested power types:
Furoma Rift
Bristle Woods Rift
Valour 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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