|Loot:|| Ancient Relic|
Onyx Mallet Blueprints
Satchel of Gold (5,000)
Satchel of Gold (10,000)
|Mouse Group:||Followers of Furoma|
|Bait Pref:||Onyx Gorgonzola|
|More Info:||MouseHunt Info Page|
Rarely seen, these wise old mice instruct the Dojo Masters from the shadows, lest their presence be known to MouseHunters. Hunting these mice is not for the faint of heart -- their swift attacks can leave the courage of even the most steadfast hunter extremely crippled. Hunters who take on the challenge of catching a Dojo Sensei and succeed are held in the highest regard, for they have conquered the forces of the Furoma region.
The Dojo Sensei is a breed of mouse found in the Pinnacle Chamber. They are known to drop Divine Orbs, Master's Seal, Onyx Mallet Blueprints, Onyx Stones, Satchel of Gold worth 5,000 and 10,000 gold, and Ancient Relic as loot.
Dojo Sensei mice have been found to be especially attracted to Onyx Gorgonzola cheese, to the point that any other kind of cheese will simply not suffice.
Tactical type traps are very effective against these mice. While grandmaster and legendary hunters may choose to use tactical traps such as Zugzwang's Last Move and Ambush Trap, it is advisable to wait until one has access to stronger tactical traps such as Horrific Venus Mouse Trap or Zugzwang's First Move before battling these powerful mice.
History and Trivia
- The Dojo Sensei was originally named the Dojo Sensei Mouse. Its name was changed with the release of MouseHunt Version 3.0.
- The Dojo Sensei dropped the Time Out Upgrade during the MouseHunt Birthday II event.
- In the first month that the Dojo Sensei was released, MouseHunt developers hosted a contest to determine the top three hunters who could catch the most of this breed. Prizes were awarded in the amounts of $50 of SUPER|brie+ (3,500 pieces), $25 of SUPER|brie+ (1,600 pieces), and $10 of SUPER|brie+ (500 pieces), respectively.
- On 25 January 2011 they began to drop Divine Orbs as loot.
- The Dojo Sensei began dropping Ancient Relic as loot on 29 August 2012.