Town of Digby

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"Digby" redirects here. For other uses, see Digby (disambiguation).
Town of Digby
Region: Burroughs
Minimum Rank: Master
Travel Requirement: Key to the Town of Digby
Number of Mice: 22
Shops: Cartographer
Cheese Shoppe
General Store
Trapsmith
Lose Gold: No
Lose Points: No
Lose Cheese: No
Release Date: 07 July 2008
When the mice of the Burroughs overran the laboratory, the resourceful scientists created a fortified subterranean city. Unfortunately their creations proved to be just as resourceful and soon infiltrated the city.


Overview

The Town of Digby is a location in the Burroughs region requiring a minimum rank of Master and the Key to the Town of Digby to enter.
Mice in the Town of Digby cannot steal gold, points, or cheese.
Cheese usage determines the mice population in the Town of Digby. One grouping of mice is available when Standard Cheese or SUPER|brie+ is armed. When Limelight Cheese is armed, Hunters can encounter the Digby Dirt Dwellers mice.

Town of Digby Mice – Standard Cheeses

The mice attracted to Standard Cheese and SUPER|brie+ in the Town of Digby are almost all part of the Indigenous Mice group and are weak to all Power Types.
The Bat Mouse is part of The Shadow Clan and is primarily weak to Shadow weapons. Physical, Arcane, and Forgotten weapons are of normal effectiveness, and Tactical weapons are less effective. All other Power Types are ineffective.

Cheese Preference and Loot

Standard Cheese attracts almost all of these mice in the Town of Digby.
SUPER|brie+ is required to attract the Black Widow Mouse and Nibbler Mouse.
Limelight Cheese will not attract these mice.

Mouse
Points
Gold
Standard
Cheese

SUPER|brie+
Loot
Bat
Extremely rare
3,375 3,000 X X
Bionic 300 550 X X
Black Widow
Extremely rare
480 10 X Ancient Relic
SUPER|brie+
Diamond 1,200 600 X X Simple Orb
Dwarf 225 450 X X
Gold 600 1,200 X X Simple Orb
Granite 285 525 X X Meteorite Piece
Mole
Extremely rare
550 500 X X Marble Cheese
Plankrun's Journal Back Cover
Nibbler
Extremely rare
1,100 900 X Ancient Relic
Steel 270 500 X X
Zombie 2,700 2,700 X X Tattered Mousoleum Map Piece

Town of Digby Mice – Limelight Cheese

The mice attracted to Limelight Cheese in the Town of Digby are all part of the Digby Dirt Dwellers group.
Physical, Tactical, Arcane, and Shadow weapons are of normal effectiveness against these mice. All other Power Types are ineffective.

Cheese Preference and Loot

Limelight Cheese is the only cheese capable of attracting the Digby Dirt Dwellers.
Standard Cheese and SUPER|brie+ will not attract these mice.

Mouse
Points
Gold
Loot
Big Bad Burroughs 22,700 24,500 Ancient Relic
Coal
Limelight Cheese
Living Shard
Meteorite Piece
Monolith Base
Satchel of Gold (1,000 points)
Satchel of Gold (5,000 points)
Satchel of Gold (10,000 points)
Scrap Metal
Core Sample 2,600 1,000
Demolitions 4,700 1,900
Industrious Digger 3,510 890
Itty-Bitty Burroughs 10,000 4,000 Living Shard
Lambent Crystal 9,000 3,000 Living Shard
Miner 5,350 2,000
Nugget
Extremely rare
6,875 550 Ancient Relic
Living Shard
Onyx Stone
Satchel of Gold (500)
Satchel of Gold (1,000)
Scrap Metal
Rock Muncher 2,750 875
Stone Cutter 4,360 1,800
Subterranean 11,000 5,800 Living Shard


Crafting Limelight Cheese

Limelight Cheese – 3 Piece Recipe

Hunters must reach the rank of Master before they can use this recipe.

Formula: Limelight Cheese (3 pieces)
Recipe can be unlocked by: Capture a Monster mouse
Item Item
Qty
Item
Cost
Item Source
Curds and Whey 30 12
(360 total)
Living Shard 3 1,200
(3,600 total)
Radioactive Sludge 3 N/A
Total 3,960 gold Cost Per Piece: 1,320 gold
Recipe costs represent Shoppe prices only. The cost of items obtained through other sources will affect the total cost of crafting.


Limelight Cheese – 6 Piece Recipe

Hunters must reach the rank of Master before they can use this recipe.

Formula: Limelight Cheese (6 pieces)
Recipe can be unlocked by: Capture a Monster mouse
Item Item
Qty
Item
Cost
Item Source
Magic Essence 6 N/A
Curds and Whey 30 12
(360 total)
Living Shard 3 1,200
(3,600 total)
Radioactive Sludge 3 N/A
Total 3,960 gold Cost Per Piece: 660 gold
Recipe costs represent Shoppe prices only. The cost of items obtained through other sources will affect the total cost of crafting.


Mice with Special Requirements

Hunting Strategy

There are two separate groups of mice found in the Town of Digby.
The first group of mice are primarily part of the Indigenous Mice group and are attracted to Standard Cheese and SUPER|brie+, but not Limelight Cheese. With the exception of the Bat Mouse, these mice are weak to all Power Types.
The second group of mice are all part of the Digby Dirt Dwellers group and are only attracted to Limelight Cheese. These mice are weak to Physical, Tactical, Arcane, and Shadow weapons.
Hunters that find the Tattered Mousoleum Map Piece will be able to travel to the Mousoleum.

Adventure Book

Hunters can Explore Digby to Unearth the Mousoleum by catching a Zombie Mouse in the Town of Digby to find the Tattered Mousoleum Map Piece.

Library Assignments

Tournaments

Town of Digby mice are worth points during some Tournaments.

Treasure Maps

Many mice in the Town of Digby are often found on Digby Treasure Maps and Relic Hunter Treasure Maps.

Hunting tips by Larry

Congratulations on finding the secret research facility of Digby!

After the Laboratory was overrun with mice, the scientists fled here. Unfortunately, it did not take the mice long to find it. The scientists now need your help hunting down the intruders!

Be sure to visit the Trapsmith in Digby to view its experimental traps. You will notice an extremely powerful trap called the DrillBot, along with two strange portal traps. These portals use a form of damage called Shadow. A shadow trap will come in handy should you plan on heading west towards the dark graveyard.

Digby seems to be the perfect environment for the rare Mole mouse. If you have yet to discover this breed, hunting for it here may be worth your while. A Zombie mouse has also been rumored to be carrying a tattered piece of the map. I fear this map may lead west, towards. . . the dark forest. I like seeing you around, so make sure that you’re well prepared before traveling into the wilds.

Recent tunneling by town offiicials has also uncovered some construction mice, who appear to be digging a tunnel of their own. Along with these new intruders, the Town of Digby now has to deal with the worm-like Big Bad Burroughs mice, and their smaller cousins, the Itty-Bitty Burroughs mice.

Anyone wanting to catch these new subterranean breeds should use Limelight Cheese, which is made from Radioactive Sludge, Curds and Whey and Living Shards. Living Shards are available, for a premium, at the Digby general store, but rumor has it that they were also once used for experiments at the Laboratory.

Hunting the Big Bad Burroughs mouse is risky, but could pay off big. Digby scientists report that a Big Bad ran off with a rare slab of Ohnoesium ore the other day, and I’ve heard that Ohnoesium can be very valuable to hunters. . .

Shops

These are the shops that can be found in the Town of Digby.

Cartographer

Item
Cost
Refund
Requirement
Digby Scroll Case 3
Ancient Relics
N/A None
Mousoleum Scroll Case 3
Ancient Relics
N/A None

Cheese Shoppe

Item
Cost
Per Piece
Refund
Per Piece
Cheddar 10 10
Marble 50 50
Swiss 100 100
Brie 200 200

General Store

Item
Cost
Per Piece
Refund
Per Piece
Curds and Whey 12 3
Living Shard 1,200 1,200
Salt 6 2

Trapsmith

Bases
Item
Cost
Refund
Requirement
Stone Base 6,790 1,225 5,000
points to equip
Weapons
Item
Power Type
Cost
Refund
Requirement
Ambrosial Portal Shadow 140,000 25,310 182,000
points to equip
Sinister Portal Shadow 140,600 25,310 182,000
points to equip
NVMRC Forcefield Trap Physical 243,580 43,845 91,000
points to equip
Mouse DeathBot Physical 256,400 46,155 91,000
points to equip
Digby DrillBot Physical 404,340 72,780 409,500
points to equip
Bottomless Grave Shadow 673,630 121,250 728,000
points to equip

History and Trivia

  • 7 July 2008: The Town of Digby was first introduced to the game when reports of "Strange earthquake activity in the Burroughs region" appeared in the news ticker. During the weekend that followed, a drill slowly started to appear, each day becoming more exposed. On the Monday that followed, the locked door appeared and the key was available.
  • 24 March 2010: The Digby Dirt Dwellers were introduced in the Town of Digby.

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