Talk:Monster Mouse

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I just added to the wiki that the mouse is physical. On the forum are way too many post inquiring if this mouse is caught with DDB or a shadow trap. Maybe we should add somewhere that the best technique is using RB in the lab with DDB for catching it?

Body parts

I've listed the Monster's body parts as being from White (right leg), Brown (torso), Dwarf (left leg), Steel (left arm), Granite {right hand), Bionic (tail) and Gold (hips) mice. I'm assuming it was designed from the first seven mice, excluding Grey. The only body part I'm not sure of is the right forearm, although the color is very similar to Burglar mice. Revengeance 12:09, 13 December 2008 (UTC)

  • The main body looks like it is from a Lycan, not a brown mouse (Have edited as I'm pretty sure that's correct). The forearm looks like either a Burglar or Brown Mouse.
    • You're missing one thing: the Monster mouse predates the Lycan by several months and was likely illustrated before the Lycan was even a concept. Having said that, I agree that the torso looks similar. And no one seems to have a guess about the source of the head, either. Given that the mice became much more detailed after the first few, I'd guess that the torso (upper body) is indeed supposed to be from the Brown mouse and the right forearm from the Burglar. Unfortunately, unless the devs or artist chime in, we'll never know for sure. I'd love some input from them on various subjects but for the most part the devs seem to keep a low profile. Must be busy creating new Hero and Knight areas!  :-) (P.S. Please sign your posts on Talk pages.)-- B.Rossow talkcontr 17:59, 30 December 2008 (UTC)
      • Yeah, Monsters predate Lycans by a few months so it's obviously not from them. As for the head, I had assumed it's the "natural" part of Monsters because it looks nothing like any other breed. Revengeance 18:48, 30 December 2008 (UTC)


One of my friends caught a Monster in the Catacombs that dropped 1,000 points Lab research [1]. I thought they only drop it in the Lab and that's how the article reads too - so this needs adjustment. -- Camomiletea 01:16, 30 March 2009 (UTC)