|Category: Bristle Woods|
1 Meteorite Piece
2 Magic Essence
|Stales To:||Stale SUPER|brie+|
|Larry's Loot Lexicon:||MouseHunt Info Page|
|One of the inventions the scientists of Digby are most interested in is space probe technology capable of fragmenting a small portion of the moon's surface to harvest small quantities of lunar cheese. Unfortunately, the cost of launching the probes paired with their ability to only harvest a small quantity at a time means collecting this cheese is extremely expensive. Researching this cheese has proved quite dangerous during experiments in the Mousoleum as scientists seem to frequently become victims of Lycan attacks.
In October of 2016, the Sandmouse built a gigantic, spooky sandcastle near the Town of Gnawnia which lit up the night with glowing glyphs of the moon and stars. After he was defeated, we thought we were safe, but the Sandmouse might have had other plans in mind...
In our dreams, the Sandmouse brought visions of the moon crashing down onto Gnawnia. Digby scientists dismissed this as mere illusion, confirming that the moon was still at the same distance as it had ever been.
Then suddenly, an enormous meteor erupted across our sky and slammed into the desert sands south of the Gnawnian Express Station! Was this a mere coincidence or the Sandmouse's doing? Either way, the supply of Meteorite Pieces greatly increased as a result!
Use this lunar cheese at Fort Rox for near-perfect attraction of mice and to encounter more mice that drop better loot!
Obtaining Moon Cheese
Moon Cheese can be crafted using the proper ingredients.
Moon Cheese - 1 Piece Recipe
Using Moon Cheese
Mice can steal multiple pieces of Moon Cheese when Hunters fail to catch a mouse.
Moon Cheese can be used in the following locations to increase the attraction of the Lycan Mouse:
Moon Cheese increases the attraction of the Lycan Mouse.
Moon Cheese will attract the following mice:
- All mice except Battering Ram
- Meteorite Piece - Required for crafting Moon Cheese.
- Stale SUPER|brie+ - Produced by Moon Cheese when it fails to attract a mouse and goes stale.