|Number of Mice:||18|
|Release Date:||10 April 2008|
|This treacherous environment only allows the toughest of mice to survive. Be warned: the Mountain is no place for the novice mouse hunter!|
The Mountain is a location in the Gnawnia region requiring a minimum rank of Journeyman to enter.
Mice in the Mountain may steal points, gold, or cheese.
The Mountain contains the only Charm Shoppe where Hunters can purchase the Charm Conduit, which allows the arming of Charms.
Hunters accessing the Mountain for the first time will only have access to Physical weapons, but the mice here have a weakness to all Power Types, except the Ninja Mouse which has a weakness only to Tactical and Physical weapons.
All mice in the Mountain, except the Ninja Mouse, are from the Indigenous Mice group and are weak to all Power Types.
The Ninja Mouse is one of the Followers of Furoma and Tactical traps are very effective against it. Physical traps are of normal effectiveness. All other Power Types are ineffective.
Cheese Preference and Loot
Standard Cheese attracts most mice in the Mountain.
White Cheddar Cheese will reduce the mouse population by repelling the Brown, Grey, and White mice.
SUPER|brie+ will attract all mice in the Mountain.
Prospector's Charms increase the attraction rate of Gold, Diamond, and (with SUPER|brie+ armed) Silvertail mice.
| Mouse|| Points|| Gold|| Standard|
|Abominable Snow||1,750||1,750||X||X||X|| Ancient Relic|
| Black Widow|
|480||10||X|| Ancient Relic|
|Ninja||2,750||350||X||X||X||Laboratory Map Piece|
Mice with Special Requirements
- Relic Hunter Mouse – This mouse visits the Mountain on an irregular basis. It does not consume cheese or charms. Hunters must have an Ancient Relic in their inventory to attract this mouse. The Ancient Relic will be taken by the Relic Hunter Mouse in exchange for a Relic Hunter Scroll Case.
- M400 – This mouse will sometimes be available in the Mountain when Hunters are actively working an M400 Hunting Research Assignment. It is attracted only to Fusion Fondue which will not attract any other mice. It drops a wide variety of loot.
Mice in the Mountain are attracted to Standard Cheeses.
All mice in the Mountain are weak to all Power Types except the Ninja Mouse, which has a weakness only to Tactical, and Physical weapons.
Hunters who reach the Rank of Master will be able to travel to the Great Gnarled Tree, Laboratory, Mousoleum, and Town of Digby, provided they have the appropriate Maps and Keys.
Hunters will need to loot the Laboratory Map Piece from a Ninja Mouse to be able to travel to the Laboratory and Toxic Spill locations. The Toxic Spill location also require Hunters to be ranked Hero or higher..
- M400 Bait Research Assignment - This assignment may require Hunters to track down specific items from Mountain mice in order to complete it.
- M400 Hunting Research Assignment - This assignment may require capturing the M400 in the Mountain.
Mountain mice are worth points during some Tournaments.
Hunting tips by Larry
Welcome, Mousehunter! You’re about to discover the stunning vistas and treacherous terrain of... The Mountain!
The Gold and Diamond mice found here are worth a handsome amount of gold and points. Extra income means that you may now be able to afford more expensive cheeses and more powerful traps. Don’t be afraid to head back to town and upgrade your trap and cheese if you have problems attracting or catching mice. You’ve earned it!
I should also warn you that a mysterious Ninja mouse has traveled to the Mountain from the North, carrying a piece of the map. Should you find this rare Ninja and acquire the map piece, it will unlock a new hunting location to the north!
- The Prospector's Charm increases the attraction rate of Gold, Diamond, and (with SUPER|brie+ armed) Silvertail mice in the Mountain.
| Item|| Cost |
| Prospector's Charm|
Can also be crafted
History and Trivia
- In the original release of MouseHunt on March 2008, it was the last location available to hunters.
- 5 January 2010: The Frosty Snow and Frozen mice appeared in the Mountain for the first time.
- 30 June 2010: The Fog, Pebble and Silvertail mice were introduced to the Mountain.