Red Envelope Mouse
(Redirected from Red Envelope)
- "Red Envelope" redirects here. For the loot, see Red Pocket Envelope.
The Red Envelope Mouse is an Event Mouse found during the annual Lunar New Year event.
|Red Envelope Mouse|
|Mouse Group: Event Mice (Lunar New Year)|
|Location & Attraction Info|
|Required Power Types:||All types||Other Requirements:||??|
|Cheese:||See current Lunar New Year location||Charm:||??|
|Locations:||Lunar New Year||Loot:||See current Lunar New Year location|
|Larry's Loot Lexicon:||MouseHunt Info Page||Image:||Image Link|
|There is a tradition among the mice who participate in the Lunar New Year celebrations in which some mice exchange red envelopes with each other, filled with gold that they have looted from poor, unsuspecting hunters. Red boxes, red envelopes? Coincidence? We think not.|
|Mouse ID#: 163|
Finding Event Mice
- Year of the Monkey Festival - 2-16 February 2016
- Year of the Sheep Festival - 17 February through 5 March 2015
- Year of the Horse Festival - 30 January through 18 February 2014
- Year of the Snake Festival - 11-25 February 2013
- Year of the Dragon Festival - 23 January through 7 February 2012
- Heart of the Rabbit Party - 10-22 February 2011
- Heart of the Tiger - 9-22 February 2010
History and Trivia
- 12 February 2010: The Red Envelope Mouse was introduced as part of the Heart of the Tiger.
- The amount of points (888) awarded on catching a Red Envelope Mouse, and the amount of gold held in the loot drops (222 and 888), reflects the belief that the numbers eight and two are "lucky" in Chinese culture; a sequence of a "lucky" number is considered even more favorable!
- The description of the Red Envelope Mouse has had slight changes made to it since the mouse's release. The original description read as follows:
- "There is a tradition among the mice who participate in the Lunar New Year celebrations. Some mice exchange red envelopes with each other, filled with gold that they have looted from poor, unsuspecting hunters. Red boxes, red envelopes? Coincidence? We think not."