Chrome DeathBot

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Chrome DeathBot
Power Type: Physical
Weapon Statistics Weapon Info
Power: 2,800 Title Required: ??
Power Bonus: 20% Cost: 512,800
Attraction Bonus: 15% Limited Edition: ??
Luck: 30 Crafted: ??
Cheese Effect: Very Stale Smashable: ??
Larry's Loot Lexicon: ?? Image: External Link
This limited edition version of the classic DeathBot features shiny chrome-plated panels, with a lot o' bling. The motors have been tweaked a little to bring more power to the chain gun and saw blade, the laser power has been increased by 5 kilowatts, and the missile guidance system has been improved using the newest in mouse-seeking technology.





The DeathBot (Chrome Edition), also known as the ChromeBot, is currently the fourth-most powerful Physical weapon available to hunters. However, it still has the highest luck overall. Its appearance is similar to the Mouse DeathBot but is entirely chrome-plated, with a large necklace hanging from its head. The baited cheese is set upon a gold bar.

Purchasing Info

The DeathBot (Chrome Edition) was available for 512,800 gold from Ronza's Traveling Shoppe during her Hunter's Reward Weekend visit. It refunded for 92,304 gold at the same location. Being a limited-edition weapon, it is possible that it won't be sold again in any future events.

Trap Effectiveness

The Mouse DeathBot, being a Physical type weapon, is known to be of normal effectiveness against Physical type mice. It also performs less effectively against all other power types.

Related Traps

  • Mouse DeathBot - The Mouse DeathBot is the regular store-bought version of this weapon and is considerably weaker than the DeathBot (Chrome Edition)
  • PartyBot - The PartyBot is crafted with the DeathBot Parts obtained by smashing the Mouse DeathBot. It is stronger and less stale than the DeathBot (Chrome Edition), but has a lower power bonus and lower luck.


Combined Trap Statistics

Shown in the table below are the statistics when combined with the respective Bases. Click on the sorting box beside a particular attribute to do a quick comparison.

Base Power Power Bonus Attraction Bonus Luck Cheese Effect
Aqua Base 3,636 20% 15% 38 09Very Stale
Birthday Cake Base 3,897 31% 20% 30 09Very Stale
Dehydration Base 3,630 20% 20% 34 21Very Fresh
Explosive Base 3,875 25% 20% 30 06Extremely Stale
Polar Base 3,900 30% 15% 34 21Very Fresh
Stone Base 3,835 30% 15% 30 12Stale
Wooden Base 3,402 20% 15% 30 15No Effect
Wooden Base with Target 3,450 20% 35% 30 09Very Stale