Father Winter's Timepiece Trap

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The Father Winter's Timepiece Trap is a Limited Edition Forgotten type weapon.

Father Winter's Timepiece Trap
Power Type: Forgotten
Weapon Statistics Weapon Info
Power: 5,000 Rank requirement: Legendary
Power Bonus: 15% Cost: 25,000 Gold
40 Snowflake Sugar Cookies
10 Ornament Sugar Cookies
Attraction Bonus: 10% Limited Edition: Yes
Luck: 8 Crafted: No
Cheese Effect: Fresh Smashable: No
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A cold and dreary hour glass recovered from the North Pole snow. Thought to be the original timepiece used by Father Winter himself, This long-lost and forgotten artifact has been fashioned into a quite powerful apparatus. Normally powered by the magic of Father Winter, this version has been adapted to specifically target the Acolyte Mouse.

Vulnerable to those magics long forgotten, any Acolyte Mouse that is caught with this device is immediately drained of all power which is then used to increase the power of the trap itself!

The Chrono Mouse is the only one powerful enough to rewind the timepiece and release all of the stored Acolyte power from the trap.

The power from the timepiece was originally used to create toys, trinkets and other gifts as well as keep Father Winter on track to deliver all the presents. Upon releasing the stored Acolyte power, this trap uses it to create bonus loot for each Acolyte that was caught.

Although it's referred to as a timepiece, the only time it tells is that the Acolyte Mouse's time is up!

This Timepiece Trap gains a power bonus for each Acolyte Mouse it captures while armed inside the Acolyte Realm. This power bonus only works while inside the Acolyte Realm. Capturing a Chrono Mouse will release all of the contained bonus Acolyte power, causing the trap to generate a piece of loot for each Acolyte it captured!

Obtained Via

The Father Winter's Timepiece Trap can be purchased for 25,000 Gold, 40 Snowflake Sugar Cookies and 10 Ornament Sugar Cookies at Great Winter Hunt 2019.

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