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   | nowrap align="left" style="border-style: solid; border-width:  0 0 0 2px" | '''Required [[Cheese]]s:'''
 
   | nowrap align="left" style="border-style: solid; border-width:  0 0 0 2px" | '''Required [[Cheese]]s:'''
   | nowrap align="right" style="border-style: solid; border-width:  0 2px 0 0" | [[String Cheese]]s<br/>[[Master Fusion Cheese]]<br/>[[Rift Combat Cheese]]<br/>[[Rift Susheese]]<br/>[[Rift Glutter Cheese]]<br/>[[Rift Rumble Cheese]]<br/>[[Null Onyx Gorgonzola]]<br/>[[Ascended Cheese]]
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   | nowrap align="right" style="border-style: solid; border-width:  0 2px 0 0" | [[String Cheese]]s<br/>[[Master Fusion Cheese]]<br/>[[Rift Combat Cheese]]<br/>[[Rift Susheese Cheese]]<br/>[[Rift Glutter Cheese]]<br/>[[Rift Rumble Cheese]]<br/>[[Null Onyx Gorgonzola]]<br/>[[Ascended Cheese]]
 
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   |-  
 
   | nowrap align="left" style="border-style: solid; border-width:  0 0 0 2px" |  '''Number of [[Mice]]:'''
 
   | nowrap align="left" style="border-style: solid; border-width:  0 0 0 2px" |  '''Number of [[Mice]]:'''
   | nowrap align="right" style="border-style: solid; border-width:  0 2px 0 0" | '''17'''
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   | nowrap align="left" style="border-style: solid; border-width:  2px 0 2px 2px" | '''Shops:'''
 
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==Overview==
 
==Overview==
===Battery===
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The '''Furoma Rift''' is located in the [[Rift Plane]] region requiring a minimum rank of [[Grand Duke/Duchess]] and the [[Rift Detector]] to enter.<br/>
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The [[Rift Detector]] can be purchased at the [[Living Garden Cartographer]] for 120,000 [[gold]] and 5 [[Dol Essence]]s.<br/>
 +
The '''Furoma Rift''' is separated into two regions: Outside and the Grand Pagoda. Leaving the area will '''not''' reset any progress.<br/>
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 +
===Collecting [[Enerchi]]===
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Hunters can collect [[Enerchi]] from loot Outside and in the Grand Pagoda to charge their [[#Batteries|Combat Droid's Batteries]]. [[Enerchi]] can be found as loot from nearly all mice outside the Grand Pagoda, and can also be obtained through the use of [[Enerchi Charm]]s. Enerchi can also be collected from mice inside the Grand Pagoda and will be stored in a reserve and not used to fill your current batteries.
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 +
===Entering the Grand Pagoda===
 +
Once at least one battery is filled with [[Enerchi]], the Combat Droid can be sent into the Grand Pagoda. The amount of [[Enerchi]] used determines the amount of charge a hunter's droid has in its selected batteries while in the Grand Pagoda. As a hunter hunts in the Grand Pagoda, the droid's batteries will gradually lose charge depending on the result of the hunt. Catching a mouse reduces a batteries charge the least, failing to attract or failing to catch (FTA/FTC) reduces it more, and pillages reduce it the most. The amount of charge lost increases at higher tiered batteries. Once a hunter depletes the charge in all of their batteries, they are returned outside the Grand Pagoda.
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 +
===Batteries===
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When hunters first enter the area they will have one battery available to be filled, which requires 20 [[Enerchi]]. More batteries can be obtained by repairing damaged batteries with [[Battery Fragment]]s and [[Tiny Platinum Bar]]s. Higher level batteries also require [[Rift Circuitry|Rift Circuitries]] to repair. Batteries give bonuses to the trap's power and luck; higher level batteries give better bonuses, at the expense of higher Enerchi drain rate.
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[[Shielding Charm]]s can be used to prevent mice from stealing gold, points, or cheese and causing a red box FTC. The reduction in Enerchi usage may give hunters more hunts in the particular battery level.
  
 
{|- class=wikitable
 
{|- class=wikitable
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! rowspan=2 title=Colour | &emsp;
 
  ! rowspan=2 | Battery level
 
  ! rowspan=2 | Battery level
 
  ! rowspan=2 | Repair cost
 
  ! rowspan=2 | Repair cost
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  ! rowspan=2 | Bonus [[Power]]
 
  ! rowspan=2 | Bonus [[Power]]
 
  ! rowspan=2 | Bonus [[Luck]]
 
  ! rowspan=2 | Bonus [[Luck]]
! rowspan=2 | Colour
 
 
|-
 
|-
 
  ! Catch
 
  ! Catch
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  ! Pillage
 
  ! Pillage
 
|- align=center
 
|- align=center
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| bgcolor=#e4e3e3 title=Grey |
 
  | 1
 
  | 1
 
  | –
 
  | –
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  | 90
 
  | 90
 
  | 0
 
  | 0
| White
 
 
|- align=center
 
|- align=center
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| bgcolor=#f9f876 title=Yellow |
 
  | 2
 
  | 2
 
  | 2 [[Battery Fragment]]s<br />1 [[Tiny Platinum Bar]]
 
  | 2 [[Battery Fragment]]s<br />1 [[Tiny Platinum Bar]]
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  | 500
 
  | 500
 
  | 1
 
  | 1
| Yellow
 
 
|- align=center
 
|- align=center
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| bgcolor=#f9bb63 title=Orange |
 
  | 3
 
  | 3
 
  | 8 [[Battery Fragment]]s<br />1 [[Tiny Platinum Bar]]
 
  | 8 [[Battery Fragment]]s<br />1 [[Tiny Platinum Bar]]
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  | 3,000
 
  | 3,000
 
  | 2
 
  | 2
| Orange
 
 
|- align=center
 
|- align=center
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| bgcolor=#78f465 title=Green |
 
  | 4
 
  | 4
 
  | 18 [[Battery Fragment]]s<br />1 [[Tiny Platinum Bar]]
 
  | 18 [[Battery Fragment]]s<br />1 [[Tiny Platinum Bar]]
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  | 8,500
 
  | 8,500
 
  | 5
 
  | 5
| Green
 
 
|- align=center
 
|- align=center
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| bgcolor=#79d4f9 title=Blue |
 
  | 5
 
  | 5
 
  | 30 [[Battery Fragment]]s<br />4 [[Tiny Platinum Bar]]s
 
  | 30 [[Battery Fragment]]s<br />4 [[Tiny Platinum Bar]]s
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  | 16,000
 
  | 16,000
 
  | 10
 
  | 10
| Blue
 
 
|- align=center
 
|- align=center
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| bgcolor=#b96fdc title=Violet |
 
  | 6
 
  | 6
 
  | 90 [[Battery Fragment]]s<br />4 [[Tiny Platinum Bar]]s<br />1 [[Rift Circuitry]]
 
  | 90 [[Battery Fragment]]s<br />4 [[Tiny Platinum Bar]]s<br />1 [[Rift Circuitry]]
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  | 770
 
  | 770
 
  | 5
 
  | 5
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| 7
 
  | 8
 
  | 8
| 9
 
 
  | 30,000
 
  | 30,000
 
  | 12
 
  | 12
| Violet
 
 
|- align=center
 
|- align=center
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| bgcolor=#cb6e2e title=Brown |
 
  | 7
 
  | 7
 
  | 200 [[Battery Fragment]]s<br />4 [[Tiny Platinum Bar]]s<br />2 [[Rift Circuitry|Rift Circuitries]]
 
  | 200 [[Battery Fragment]]s<br />4 [[Tiny Platinum Bar]]s<br />2 [[Rift Circuitry|Rift Circuitries]]
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  | 1,220
 
  | 1,220
 
  | 6
 
  | 6
| 7
 
 
  | 8
 
  | 8
 +
| 9
 
  | 50,000
 
  | 50,000
 
  | 25
 
  | 25
| Brown
 
 
|- align=center
 
|- align=center
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| bgcolor=#f55147 title=Red |
 
  | 8
 
  | 8
 
  | 400 [[Battery Fragment]]s<br />6 [[Tiny Platinum Bar]]s<br />3 [[Rift Circuitry|Rift Circuitries]]
 
  | 400 [[Battery Fragment]]s<br />6 [[Tiny Platinum Bar]]s<br />3 [[Rift Circuitry|Rift Circuitries]]
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  | 90,000
 
  | 90,000
 
  | 35
 
  | 35
| Red
 
 
|- align=center
 
|- align=center
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| bgcolor=#9e0cac title=Purple |
 
  | 9
 
  | 9
 
  | 700 [[Battery Fragment]]s<br />6 [[Tiny Platinum Bar]]s<br />4 [[Rift Circuitry|Rift Circuitries]]
 
  | 700 [[Battery Fragment]]s<br />6 [[Tiny Platinum Bar]]s<br />4 [[Rift Circuitry|Rift Circuitries]]
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  | 190,000
 
  | 190,000
 
  | 50
 
  | 50
| Purple
 
 
|- align=center
 
|- align=center
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| style="background:linear-gradient(#0F0,#0FF,#F0F,#F00)" title=Rainbow |
 
  | 10
 
  | 10
 
  | 1,000 [[Battery Fragment]]s<br />10 [[Tiny Platinum Bar]]s<br />5 [[Rift Circuitry|Rift Circuitries]]
 
  | 1,000 [[Battery Fragment]]s<br />10 [[Tiny Platinum Bar]]s<br />5 [[Rift Circuitry|Rift Circuitries]]
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  | 300,000
 
  | 300,000
 
  | 100
 
  | 100
| Rainbow
 
 
|}
 
|}
  
== Furoma Rift Mice ==
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===Journal Entries===
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Catching a mouse dropping [[Enerchi]] with [[Enerchi Induction Base]] armed:
 +
::''My Enerchi Induction Base generated 2 Enerchi for me!''
 +
Catching a mouse with an [[Enerchi Charm]] armed:
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::''My Enerchi Charm generated 2 Enerchi for me!''
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Catching a mouse with [[Enerchi Induction Base]] and [[Enerchi Charm]] armed:
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::''Working together, my Enerchi Induction Base and Enerchi Charm generated 4 Enerchi for me!''
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Entering the Grand Pagoda:
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::''My Combat Droid leapt into action and charged into the Grand Pagoda!''
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::''It's charged with '''X''' Enerchi, and will hunt in the dangerous mists until its batteries run out.''
 +
Losing Enerchi on a Catch:
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::''Catching a mouse depleted '''X''' Enerchi from my Combat Droid's current battery.''
 +
Losing Enerchi on a Failure to Catch:
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::''Failing to catch a mouse sapped '''X''' Enerchi from my Combat Droid's current battery.''
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Losing Enerchi on a Failure to Attract:
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::''Failing to attract a mouse sapped '''X''' Enerchi from my Combat Droid's current battery.''
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Losing Enerchi on a Pillage:
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::''Being pillaged by a mouse sapped '''X''' Enerchi from my Combat Droid's current battery.''
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Losing Enerchi fully in a battery:
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::''With a final crackle, the current battery ran out of Enerchi and shut down!''
 +
::''The next battery in sequence will be used but my Combat Droid now has slightly less bonus Power and Luck.''
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Recalling Combat Droid:
 +
::''I ordered my Combat Droid to retreat back to safety.''
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::''I was able to salvage '''X''' Enerchi before the rest was drained from its batteries.''
 +
Recalling Combat Droid with 1 Enerchi left:
 +
::''I ordered my Combat Droid to retreat back to safety.''
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::''My Droid's Enerchi was too low to salvage.''
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Running out of Enerchi:
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::''My Combat Droid ran out of Enerchi!''
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::''My Droid ran out of battery power, but with a final effort, managed to fight its way out of the Grand Pagoda!''
 +
Repairing the Combat Droid's battery:
 +
::''I repaired one of my Combat Droid's batteries! ''
 +
::''My Droid can now boost my trap by:
 +
::'''''X''' Power''
 +
::'''''X''' Luck''
 +
 
 +
== Furoma Rift Mice - Outside the Grand Pagoda==
 +
These mice are found while hunting outside the '''Grand Pagoda'''.
 +
 
 +
The various [[String Cheese]]s will attract these mice and most will drop [[Enerchi]] and [[Enerchi Charm]]s.
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{| border="1" cellpadding="4" cellspacing="0" style="margin:0 20px; text-align:center; border-collapse:collapse;" class="sortable"
 
{| border="1" cellpadding="4" cellspacing="0" style="margin:0 20px; text-align:center; border-collapse:collapse;" class="sortable"
 
|- bgcolor="#dddddd"
 
|- bgcolor="#dddddd"
  ! rowspan=2 | Mouse<br />
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  ! rowspan="2"  width="150px" align="left" | '''Mouse'''<br/>
  ! rowspan=2 | Points<br />
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  ! rowspan="2" | '''Points'''<br/>
  ! rowspan=2 | Gold<br />
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  ! rowspan="2" | '''Gold'''<br/>
  ! class=unsortable width=75 | Outside
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  ! width=50 | [[Marble String Cheese|Marble<br/>String]]<br/>
  ! class=unsortable colspan=8 | Grand Pagoda
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! width=50 | [[Swiss String Cheese|Swiss<br/>String]]<br/>
  ! class=unsortable rowspan=2 | Loot
+
  ! width=50 | [[Brie String Cheese|Brie<br/>String]]<br/>
 +
! width=50 | [[Maki String Cheese|Maki<br/>String]]<br/>
 +
  ! width=50 | [[Magical String Cheese|Magical<br/>String]]<br/>
 +
! rowspan=2 | '''Loot'''
 
|- bgcolor="#dddddd"
 
|- bgcolor="#dddddd"
  ! colspan=2 | [[String Cheese]]
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  ! colspan=5 | '''Cheese Preference'''
  ! width=75 | [[Master Fusion]]
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|- class=sortbottom valign=top
  ! width=75 | [[Rift Glutter]]
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  | align=left | [[Armored Archer]]
  ! width=75 | [[Rift Susheese]]
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  | 35,000
  ! width=75 | [[Rift Combat]]
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| 800
! width=75 | [[Rift Rumble]]
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| '''X'''
! width=75 | [[Null Onyx Gorgonzola]]
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| '''X'''
! width=75 | [[Ascended]]
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| '''X'''
 +
| '''X'''
 +
  | '''X'''
 +
  | align=left | [[Enerchi]]<br />[[Enerchi Charm]]<br />[[Erupting Rift Core]]<br />[[Flawless Orb]]
 
|- class=sortbottom valign=top
 
|- class=sortbottom valign=top
 
  | align=left | [[Brawny]]
 
  | align=left | [[Brawny]]
  | 19,500 || 2,000
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  | 19,500  
  | X || width=75 | || || || || || || ||
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| 2,000
 +
  | '''X'''
 +
| '''X'''
 +
|  
 +
|  
 +
|  
 
  | align=left |
 
  | align=left |
 
|- class=sortbottom valign=top
 
|- class=sortbottom valign=top
  | align=left | [[Rift Guardian]]
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  | align=left | [[Dumpling Delivery]]
  | 34,000 || 4,000
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  | 46,000  
  |  X || || || || || || || ||
+
| 1,750
  | align=left |
+
  | '''X'''
 +
  | '''X'''
 +
| '''X'''
 +
| '''X'''
 +
| '''X'''
 +
  | align=left | [[Enerchi]]<br />[[Ionized Salt]]<br />[[Nori]]<br />[[Rift Curd]]
 
|- class=sortbottom valign=top
 
|- class=sortbottom valign=top
 
  | align=left | [[Enlightened Labourer]]
 
  | align=left | [[Enlightened Labourer]]
  | 50,000 || 3,800
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  | {{0}}50,000 || {{0}}3,800
  |  X || || || || || || || ||
+
  |  
  | align=left |
+
  |  
 +
| '''X'''
 +
| '''X'''
 +
| '''X'''
 +
  | align=left | [[Aleth Essence]]<br />[[Enerchi]]<br />[[Enerchi Charm]]<br />[[Rift Circuit Chips]]<br />[[Scrap Metal]]<br />[[Simple Orb]]
 
|- class=sortbottom valign=top
 
|- class=sortbottom valign=top
  | align=left | [[Dumpling Delivery]]
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  | align=left | [[Militant Samurai]]
  | 46,000 || 1,750
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  | {{0}}80,000 || {{0}}5,000
  |  X || || || || || || || ||
+
  |  
  | align=left |
+
  | '''X'''
 +
| '''X'''
 +
| '''X'''
 +
| '''X'''
 +
  | align=left | [[Enerchi]]<br />[[Enerchi Charm]]<br />[[Simple Orb]]
 
|- class=sortbottom valign=top
 
|- class=sortbottom valign=top
  | align=left | [[Armored Archer]]
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  | align="left" | [[Raw Diamond]]
  | 35,000 || 800
+
  | {{0}}60,000 || {{0}}2,000
  |  X || || || || || || || ||
+
  | '''X'''
 +
  | '''X'''
 +
| '''X'''
 +
| '''X'''
 +
| '''X'''
 
  | align=left |
 
  | align=left |
 
|- class=sortbottom valign=top
 
|- class=sortbottom valign=top
  | align="left" | [[Raw Diamond]]
+
  | align=left | [[Rift Guardian]]
  | 60,000 || 2,000
+
  | {{0}}34,000 || {{0}}4,000
  |  X || X || || || || || || ||
+
  | '''X'''
  | align=left |
+
  | '''X'''
 +
| '''X'''
 +
|  
 +
|  
 +
  | align=left | [[Flawed Orb]]<br />[[Flawless Orb]]<br />[[Simple Orb]]
 
|- class=sortbottom valign=top
 
|- class=sortbottom valign=top
  | align=left | [[Wealth]]
+
  | align=left | [[Shaolin Kung Fu]]
  | 35,000 || 12,000
+
  | {{0}}52,000 || {{0}}4,000
  |  X || X || || || || || || ||
+
  | '''X'''
  | align=left |
+
  | '''X'''
 +
| '''X'''
 +
| '''X'''
 +
| '''X'''
 +
  | align=left | [[Enerchi]]<br />[[Enerchi Charm]]<br />[[Simple Orb]]
 
|- class=sortbottom valign=top
 
|- class=sortbottom valign=top
 
  | align=left | [[Shinobi]]
 
  | align=left | [[Shinobi]]
  | 60,000 || 2,000
+
  | {{0}}48,000 || {{0}}1,200
  |  X || X || || || || || || ||
+
  | '''X'''
  | align=left |
+
  | '''X'''
 +
| '''X'''
 +
| '''X'''
 +
| '''X'''
 +
| align=left | [[Divine Orb]]<br />[[Enerchi]]<br />[[Enerchi Charm]]<br />[[Erupting Rift Core]]
 +
|- class=sortbottom valign=top
 +
| align=left | [[Wandering Monk]]
 +
| {{0}}68,000 || {{0}}4,200
 +
| '''X'''
 +
| '''X'''
 +
| '''X'''
 +
| '''X'''
 +
| '''X'''
 +
  | align=left | [[Enerchi]]<br />[[Enerchi Charm]]
 
|- class=sortbottom valign=top
 
|- class=sortbottom valign=top
  | align=left | [[Shaolin Kung Fu]]
+
  | align=left | [[Wealth Mouse|Wealth]]
  | 52,000 || 4,000
+
  | {{0}}35,000 || 12,000
  |  X || X || || || || || || ||
+
  | '''X'''
 +
  | '''X'''
 +
| '''X'''
 +
| '''X'''
 +
| '''X'''
 
  | align=left |
 
  | align=left |
 +
|}
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== Furoma Rift Mice - Inside the Grand Pagoda==
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 +
===[[String Cheese]] Mice===
 +
Hunting with [[String Cheese]]s will attract the three '''Student''' mice, which drop loot necessary for crafting the 4 '''Master Cheeses''' required to attract the three '''Master''' mice.
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{| border="1" cellpadding="4" cellspacing="0" style="margin:0 20px; text-align:center; border-collapse:collapse;" class="sortable"
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|- bgcolor="#dddddd"
 +
! width="150px" align="left" | '''Mouse'''<br/>
 +
! '''Points'''<br/>
 +
! '''Gold'''<br/>
 +
! class=unsortable | '''Loot'''
 
|- class=sortbottom valign=top
 
|- class=sortbottom valign=top
  | align=left | [[Wandering Monk]]
+
  | align=left | [[Dancing Assassin]]
  | 68,000 || 4,200
+
  | 120,000  
  | X || X || || || || || || ||
+
  | 9,000
  | align=left |
+
  | align=left | [[Divine Orb]]<br />[[Enerchi Charm]]<br />[[Flawless Orb]]
 
|- class=sortbottom valign=top
 
|- class=sortbottom valign=top
 
  | align=left | [[Militant Samurai]]
 
  | align=left | [[Militant Samurai]]
  | 80,000 || 5,000
+
  |80,000
  | X || X || || || || || || ||
+
| 5,000
 +
  | align=left | [[Enerchi]]<br />[[Enerchi Charm]]<br />[[Simple Orb]]
 +
|- class=sortbottom valign=top
 +
| align="left" | [[Raw Diamond]]
 +
|60,000
 +
| 2,000
 
  | align=left |
 
  | align=left |
 +
|- class=sortbottom valign=top
 +
| align=left | [[Shaolin Kung Fu]]
 +
| 52,000
 +
| 4,000
 +
| align=left | [[Enerchi]]<br />[[Enerchi Charm]]<br />[[Simple Orb]]
 +
|- class=sortbottom valign=top
 +
| align=left | [[Shinobi]]
 +
| 48,000
 +
| 1,200
 +
| align=left | [[Divine Orb]]<br />[[Enerchi]]<br />[[Enerchi Charm]]<br />[[Erupting Rift Core]]
 
|- class=sortbottom valign=top
 
|- class=sortbottom valign=top
 
  | align=left | [[Student of the Chi Belt]]
 
  | align=left | [[Student of the Chi Belt]]
  | 90,000 || 9,000
+
  | 90,000
|  || X || || || || || || ||
+
| 9,000
  | align=left |
+
  | align=left | [[Battery Fragment]]<br />[[Chi Belt Token]]<br />[[Enerchi]]<br />[[Simple Orb]]
 
|- class=sortbottom valign=top
 
|- class=sortbottom valign=top
 
  | align="left" | [[Student of the Chi Claw]]
 
  | align="left" | [[Student of the Chi Claw]]
  | 90,000 || 9,000
+
  | 90,000
|  || X || || || || || || ||
+
| 9,000
  | align=left |
+
  | align=left | [[Battery Fragment]]<br />[[Chi Claw Token]]<br />[[Enerchi]]<br />[[Simple Orb]]
 
|- class=sortbottom valign=top
 
|- class=sortbottom valign=top
 
  | align=left | [[Student of the Chi Fang]]
 
  | align=left | [[Student of the Chi Fang]]
  | 90,000 || 9,000
+
  | 90,000
  | || X || || || || || || ||
+
| 9,000
 +
  | align=left | [[Battery Fragment]]<br />[[Chi Fang Token]]<br />[[Enerchi]]<br />[[Simple Orb]]
 +
|- class=sortbottom valign=top
 +
| align=left | [[Wandering Monk]]
 +
| 68,000
 +
| 4,200
 +
| align=left | [[Enerchi]]<br />[[Enerchi Charm]]
 +
|- class=sortbottom valign=top
 +
| align=left | [[Wealth Mouse|Wealth]]
 +
| 35,000
 +
| 12,000
 
  | align=left |
 
  | align=left |
 +
|}
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 +
===Master Cheese Mice===
 +
The three '''Master''' mice drop loot necessary for crafting [[Rift Rumble Cheese]], which is required to attract the [[Grand Master of the Dojo]].
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{| border="1" cellpadding="4" cellspacing="0" style="margin:0 20px; text-align:center; border-collapse:collapse;" class="sortable"
 +
|- bgcolor="#dddddd"
 +
! rowspan="2"  width="150px" align="left" | '''Mouse'''<br/>
 +
! rowspan="2" | '''Points'''<br/>
 +
! rowspan="2" | '''Gold'''<br/>
 +
! width=50 | [[Master Fusion]]<br/>
 +
! width=50 | [[Rift Combat]]<br/>
 +
! width=50 | [[Rift Glutter]]<br/>
 +
! width=50 | [[Rift Susheese]]<br/>
 +
! class=unsortable rowspan=2 | '''Loot'''
 +
|- bgcolor="#dddddd"
 +
! colspan=4 | '''Cheese Preference'''
 
|- class=sortbottom valign=top
 
|- class=sortbottom valign=top
| align=left | [[Dancing Assassin]]
 
| 120,000 || 9,000
 
|  || X || || || || || || ||
 
| align=left |
 
 
|- class=sortbottom valign=top
 
|- class=sortbottom valign=top
 
  | align=left | [[Master of the Chi Belt]]
 
  | align=left | [[Master of the Chi Belt]]
  | 150,000 || 20,000
+
  | 150,000  
  |  || || X || X || || || || ||
+
| 20,000
  | align=left |
+
  | '''X'''
 +
  |  
 +
| '''X'''
 +
|  
 +
  | align=left | [[Battery Fragment]]<br />[[Chi Belt Heirloom]]<br />[[Enerchi]]<br />[[Rift Circuitry]]<br />[[Simple Orb]]
 
|- class=sortbottom valign=top
 
|- class=sortbottom valign=top
 
  | align=left | [[Master of the Chi Claw]]
 
  | align=left | [[Master of the Chi Claw]]
  | 150,000 || 20,000
+
  | 150,000
  |  || || X || || X || || || ||
+
| 20,000
  | align=left |
+
  | '''X'''
 +
  |  
 +
|  
 +
| '''X'''
 +
  | align=left | [[Battery Fragment]]<br />[[Chi Claw Heirloom]]<br />[[Enerchi]]<br />[[Rift Circuitry]]<br />[[Simple Orb]]
 
|- class=sortbottom valign=top
 
|- class=sortbottom valign=top
 
  | align=left | [[Master of the Chi Fang]]
 
  | align=left | [[Master of the Chi Fang]]
  | 150,000 || 20,000
+
  | 150,000
  |  || || X || || || X || || ||
+
| 20,000
  | align=left |
+
  | '''X'''
 +
  | '''X'''
 +
|  
 +
|  
 +
| align=left | [[Battery Fragment]]<br />[[Chi Fang Heirloom]]<br />[[Enerchi]]<br />[[Rift Circuitry]]<br />[[Simple Orb]]
 +
|}
 +
 
 +
===[[Rift Rumble Cheese]] Mice===
 +
The [[Null Onyx Stone]], dropped by the [[Grand Master of the Dojo]], is required to craft [[Null Onyx Gorgonzola]].  [[Null Onyx Gorgonzola]] is necessary to attract the [[Supreme Sensei]].
 +
{| border="1" cellpadding="4" cellspacing="0" style="margin:0 20px; text-align:center; border-collapse:collapse;" class="sortable"
 +
|- bgcolor="#dddddd"
 +
  ! width="150px" align="left" | '''Mouse'''<br/>
 +
! '''Points'''<br/>
 +
! '''Gold'''<br/>
 +
! class=unsortable | '''Loot'''
 
|- class=sortbottom valign=top
 
|- class=sortbottom valign=top
 
  | align=left| [[Grand Master of the Dojo]]
 
  | align=left| [[Grand Master of the Dojo]]
  | 210,000 || 92,000
+
  | 210,000
  | || || || || || || X || ||
+
| 92,000
  | align=left |
+
  | align=left | [[Ancient Relic]]<br />[[Battery Fragment]]<br />[[Divine Orb]]<br />[[Enerchi]]<br />[[Null Onyx Stone]]<br />[[Rift Circuitry]]
 +
|}
 +
 
 +
===[[Null Onyx Gorgonzola]] Mice===
 +
The [[Supreme Sensei]] drops the [[Rift Blossom Branch]], the rarest of the ingredients required to craft [[Ascended Cheese]]. [[Ascended Cheese]] is required to attract the [[Ascended Elder]].
 +
{| border="1" cellpadding="4" cellspacing="0" style="margin:0 20px; text-align:center; border-collapse:collapse;" class="sortable"
 +
|- bgcolor="#dddddd"
 +
  ! width="150px" align="left" | '''Mouse'''<br/>
 +
! '''Points'''<br/>
 +
! '''Gold'''<br/>
 +
! class=unsortable | '''Loot'''
 
|- class=sortbottom valign=top
 
|- class=sortbottom valign=top
 
  | align=left | [[Supreme Sensei]]
 
  | align=left | [[Supreme Sensei]]
  | 325,000 || 60,000
+
  | 325,000  
  | || || || || || || || X ||
+
| 60,000
  | align=left |
+
  | align=left | [[Ancient Relic]]<br />[[Battery Fragment]]<br />[[Divine Orb]]<br />[[Enerchi]]<br />[[Rift Blossom Branch]]<br />[[Rift Circuitry]]
 +
|}
 +
 
 +
===[[Ascended Cheese]] Mice===
 +
Hunters must gather materials from all levels of the '''Grand Pagoda''' in order to craft [[Ascended Cheese]] and attract the [[Ascended Elder]].
 +
{| border="1" cellpadding="4" cellspacing="0" style="margin:0 20px; text-align:center; border-collapse:collapse;" class="sortable"
 +
|- bgcolor="#dddddd"
 +
  ! width="150px" align="left" | '''Mouse'''<br/>
 +
! '''Points'''<br/>
 +
! '''Gold'''<br/>
 +
! class=unsortable | '''Loot'''
 
|- class=sortbottom valign=top
 
|- class=sortbottom valign=top
 
  | align=left | [[Ascended Elder]]
 
  | align=left | [[Ascended Elder]]
  | 400,000 || 80,000
+
  | 400,000
|  || || || || || || || || X
+
| 80,000
  | align=left | [[Ancient Relic]]<br />[[Calcified Rift Mist]]<br />[[Divine Orb]]<br />[[Enerchi Charm]]<br />[[Flawed Orb]]<br />[[Flawless Orb]]<br />[[Rift Circuit Chips]]<br/>[[Rift Ultimate Luck Charm]]<br />[[Rift Ultimate Power Charm]]<br />[[Simple Orb]]
+
  | align=left | [[Ancient Relic]]<br />[[Calcified Rift Mist]]<br />[[Divine Orb]]<br />[[Enerchi Charm]]<br />[[Flawed Orb]]<br />[[Flawless Orb]]<br />[[Rift Circuit Chips]]<br/>[[Rift Ultimate Luck Charm]]<br />[[Rift Ultimate Power Charm]]<br />[[Simple Orb]]<br/>[[Unstable Broom]]
 
|}
 
|}
  
==Hunting Tips by Larry==
+
== Hunting Strategy ==
 +
 
 +
===[[Adventure Book]]===
 +
Hunters can complete the [[Capture the Grand Master of the Dojo]] adventure in the '''{{PAGENAME}}'''.
 +
 
 +
===Location-Specific Effects===
 +
====Bases====
 +
* The [[Enerchi Induction Base]] generates '''2''' extra [[Enerchi]] for every mouse caught that drops [[Enerchi]] (or if an [[Enerchi Charm]] forces a loot of [[Enerchi]]).
 +
* The [[Attuned Enerchi Induction Base]] generates '''3''' extra [[Enerchi]] for every mouse caught that drops [[Enerchi]] (or if an [[Enerchi Charm]] forces a loot of [[Enerchi]]). It will also generate 1 [[Battery Fragment]] whenever a mouse drops some as loot.
 +
 
 +
===Hunting Tips by Larry===
 
Greetings Hunter! You have traveled quite a ways since first entering the Furoma Training Grounds. It is now time to put that knowledge and skill to the ultimate test! Welcome to the Furoma Rift!
 
Greetings Hunter! You have traveled quite a ways since first entering the Furoma Training Grounds. It is now time to put that knowledge and skill to the ultimate test! Welcome to the Furoma Rift!
  
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Keep fighting your way through the Furoma Rift to prove yourself against some of the most powerful mice we've encountered in the Rift thus far and unlock the secrets to a new, more powerful Rift trap!
 
Keep fighting your way through the Furoma Rift to prove yourself against some of the most powerful mice we've encountered in the Rift thus far and unlock the secrets to a new, more powerful Rift trap!
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 +
== History and Trivia ==
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*'''18 May 2016:''' The Furoma Rift was released.
  
 
== Links ==
 
== Links ==
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* [{{MHdomain}}/images/environments/44eb42443db54782b5c4ba02b432ee13.jpg Banner image (Outside)]
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* [{{MHdomain}}/images/environments/31fc57f2f5a1814078a98ffc908cbd63.jpg Banner image (Inside)]
 
* [{{MHdomain}}/images/ui/hud/rift_furoma/background.png Background image]
 
* [{{MHdomain}}/images/ui/hud/rift_furoma/background.png Background image]
 
* [{{MHdomain}}/images/ui/hud/rift_furoma/batteries.png Batteries image]
 
* [{{MHdomain}}/images/ui/hud/rift_furoma/batteries.png Batteries image]

Latest revision as of 16:34, 29 April 2019

Furoma Rift
Region: Rift Plane
Minimum Rank: Grand Duke/Grand Duchess
Travel Requirement: Rift Detector
Required Power Type: Rift
Required Cheeses: String Cheeses
Master Fusion Cheese
Rift Combat Cheese
Rift Susheese Cheese
Rift Glutter Cheese
Rift Rumble Cheese
Null Onyx Gorgonzola
Ascended Cheese
Number of Mice: 21
Shops: Charm Shoppe
Cheese Shoppe
General Store
Trapsmith
Lose Gold: Yes
Lose Points: Yes
Lose Cheese: Yes
Release Date: 18 May 2016
Cloaked in choking mist, the looming tower of the Furoma Rift beckons hunters to scale it. The mist acts as an environmental defence to keep outsiders away from stealing their precious teachings. Too thick for a hunter to breathe or even see through, this area presents quite a challenge.

The mist will be the least of your problems. It is rumored that the most powerful mice yet to be encountered reside inside and grow stronger every day.


Overview

The Furoma Rift is located in the Rift Plane region requiring a minimum rank of Grand Duke/Duchess and the Rift Detector to enter.
The Rift Detector can be purchased at the Living Garden Cartographer for 120,000 gold and 5 Dol Essences.
The Furoma Rift is separated into two regions: Outside and the Grand Pagoda. Leaving the area will not reset any progress.

Collecting Enerchi

Hunters can collect Enerchi from loot Outside and in the Grand Pagoda to charge their Combat Droid's Batteries. Enerchi can be found as loot from nearly all mice outside the Grand Pagoda, and can also be obtained through the use of Enerchi Charms. Enerchi can also be collected from mice inside the Grand Pagoda and will be stored in a reserve and not used to fill your current batteries.

Entering the Grand Pagoda

Once at least one battery is filled with Enerchi, the Combat Droid can be sent into the Grand Pagoda. The amount of Enerchi used determines the amount of charge a hunter's droid has in its selected batteries while in the Grand Pagoda. As a hunter hunts in the Grand Pagoda, the droid's batteries will gradually lose charge depending on the result of the hunt. Catching a mouse reduces a batteries charge the least, failing to attract or failing to catch (FTA/FTC) reduces it more, and pillages reduce it the most. The amount of charge lost increases at higher tiered batteries. Once a hunter depletes the charge in all of their batteries, they are returned outside the Grand Pagoda.

Batteries

When hunters first enter the area they will have one battery available to be filled, which requires 20 Enerchi. More batteries can be obtained by repairing damaged batteries with Battery Fragments and Tiny Platinum Bars. Higher level batteries also require Rift Circuitries to repair. Batteries give bonuses to the trap's power and luck; higher level batteries give better bonuses, at the expense of higher Enerchi drain rate.

Shielding Charms can be used to prevent mice from stealing gold, points, or cheese and causing a red box FTC. The reduction in Enerchi usage may give hunters more hunts in the particular battery level.

Battery level Repair cost Enerchi capacity Cumulative capacity Enerchi usage Bonus Power Bonus Luck
Catch FTA/FTC Pillage
1 20 20 1 2 4 90 0
2 2 Battery Fragments
1 Tiny Platinum Bar
45 65 1 2 4 500 1
3 8 Battery Fragments
1 Tiny Platinum Bar
75 140 1 3 4 3,000 2
4 18 Battery Fragments
1 Tiny Platinum Bar
120 260 2 3 4 8,500 5
5 30 Battery Fragments
4 Tiny Platinum Bars
200 460 2 3 4 16,000 10
6 90 Battery Fragments
4 Tiny Platinum Bars
1 Rift Circuitry
310 770 5 7 8 30,000 12
7 200 Battery Fragments
4 Tiny Platinum Bars
2 Rift Circuitries
450 1,220 6 8 9 50,000 25
8 400 Battery Fragments
6 Tiny Platinum Bars
3 Rift Circuitries
615 1,835 10 15 20 90,000 35
9 700 Battery Fragments
6 Tiny Platinum Bars
4 Rift Circuitries
790 2,625 20 22 25 190,000 50
10 1,000 Battery Fragments
10 Tiny Platinum Bars
5 Rift Circuitries
975 3,600 30 35 50 300,000 100

Journal Entries

Catching a mouse dropping Enerchi with Enerchi Induction Base armed:

My Enerchi Induction Base generated 2 Enerchi for me!

Catching a mouse with an Enerchi Charm armed:

My Enerchi Charm generated 2 Enerchi for me!

Catching a mouse with Enerchi Induction Base and Enerchi Charm armed:

Working together, my Enerchi Induction Base and Enerchi Charm generated 4 Enerchi for me!

Entering the Grand Pagoda:

My Combat Droid leapt into action and charged into the Grand Pagoda!
It's charged with X Enerchi, and will hunt in the dangerous mists until its batteries run out.

Losing Enerchi on a Catch:

Catching a mouse depleted X Enerchi from my Combat Droid's current battery.

Losing Enerchi on a Failure to Catch:

Failing to catch a mouse sapped X Enerchi from my Combat Droid's current battery.

Losing Enerchi on a Failure to Attract:

Failing to attract a mouse sapped X Enerchi from my Combat Droid's current battery.

Losing Enerchi on a Pillage:

Being pillaged by a mouse sapped X Enerchi from my Combat Droid's current battery.

Losing Enerchi fully in a battery:

With a final crackle, the current battery ran out of Enerchi and shut down!
The next battery in sequence will be used but my Combat Droid now has slightly less bonus Power and Luck.

Recalling Combat Droid:

I ordered my Combat Droid to retreat back to safety.
I was able to salvage X Enerchi before the rest was drained from its batteries.

Recalling Combat Droid with 1 Enerchi left:

I ordered my Combat Droid to retreat back to safety.
My Droid's Enerchi was too low to salvage.

Running out of Enerchi:

My Combat Droid ran out of Enerchi!
My Droid ran out of battery power, but with a final effort, managed to fight its way out of the Grand Pagoda!

Repairing the Combat Droid's battery:

I repaired one of my Combat Droid's batteries!
My Droid can now boost my trap by:
X Power
X Luck

Furoma Rift Mice - Outside the Grand Pagoda

These mice are found while hunting outside the Grand Pagoda.

The various String Cheeses will attract these mice and most will drop Enerchi and Enerchi Charms.

Mouse
Points
Gold
Marble
String

Swiss
String

Brie
String

Maki
String

Magical
String

Loot
Cheese Preference
Armored Archer 35,000 800 X X X X X Enerchi
Enerchi Charm
Erupting Rift Core
Flawless Orb
Brawny 19,500 2,000 X X
Dumpling Delivery 46,000 1,750 X X X X X Enerchi
Ionized Salt
Nori
Rift Curd
Enlightened Labourer 050,000 03,800 X X X Aleth Essence
Enerchi
Enerchi Charm
Rift Circuit Chips
Scrap Metal
Simple Orb
Militant Samurai 080,000 05,000 X X X X Enerchi
Enerchi Charm
Simple Orb
Raw Diamond 060,000 02,000 X X X X X
Rift Guardian 034,000 04,000 X X X Flawed Orb
Flawless Orb
Simple Orb
Shaolin Kung Fu 052,000 04,000 X X X X X Enerchi
Enerchi Charm
Simple Orb
Shinobi 048,000 01,200 X X X X X Divine Orb
Enerchi
Enerchi Charm
Erupting Rift Core
Wandering Monk 068,000 04,200 X X X X X Enerchi
Enerchi Charm
Wealth 035,000 12,000 X X X X X

Furoma Rift Mice - Inside the Grand Pagoda

String Cheese Mice

Hunting with String Cheeses will attract the three Student mice, which drop loot necessary for crafting the 4 Master Cheeses required to attract the three Master mice.

Mouse
Points
Gold
Loot
Dancing Assassin 120,000 9,000 Divine Orb
Enerchi Charm
Flawless Orb
Militant Samurai 80,000 5,000 Enerchi
Enerchi Charm
Simple Orb
Raw Diamond 60,000 2,000
Shaolin Kung Fu 52,000 4,000 Enerchi
Enerchi Charm
Simple Orb
Shinobi 48,000 1,200 Divine Orb
Enerchi
Enerchi Charm
Erupting Rift Core
Student of the Chi Belt 90,000 9,000 Battery Fragment
Chi Belt Token
Enerchi
Simple Orb
Student of the Chi Claw 90,000 9,000 Battery Fragment
Chi Claw Token
Enerchi
Simple Orb
Student of the Chi Fang 90,000 9,000 Battery Fragment
Chi Fang Token
Enerchi
Simple Orb
Wandering Monk 68,000 4,200 Enerchi
Enerchi Charm
Wealth 35,000 12,000

Master Cheese Mice

The three Master mice drop loot necessary for crafting Rift Rumble Cheese, which is required to attract the Grand Master of the Dojo.

Mouse
Points
Gold
Master Fusion
Rift Combat
Rift Glutter
Rift Susheese
Loot
Cheese Preference
Master of the Chi Belt 150,000 20,000 X X Battery Fragment
Chi Belt Heirloom
Enerchi
Rift Circuitry
Simple Orb
Master of the Chi Claw 150,000 20,000 X X Battery Fragment
Chi Claw Heirloom
Enerchi
Rift Circuitry
Simple Orb
Master of the Chi Fang 150,000 20,000 X X Battery Fragment
Chi Fang Heirloom
Enerchi
Rift Circuitry
Simple Orb

Rift Rumble Cheese Mice

The Null Onyx Stone, dropped by the Grand Master of the Dojo, is required to craft Null Onyx Gorgonzola. Null Onyx Gorgonzola is necessary to attract the Supreme Sensei.

Mouse
Points
Gold
Loot
Grand Master of the Dojo 210,000 92,000 Ancient Relic
Battery Fragment
Divine Orb
Enerchi
Null Onyx Stone
Rift Circuitry

Null Onyx Gorgonzola Mice

The Supreme Sensei drops the Rift Blossom Branch, the rarest of the ingredients required to craft Ascended Cheese. Ascended Cheese is required to attract the Ascended Elder.

Mouse
Points
Gold
Loot
Supreme Sensei 325,000 60,000 Ancient Relic
Battery Fragment
Divine Orb
Enerchi
Rift Blossom Branch
Rift Circuitry

Ascended Cheese Mice

Hunters must gather materials from all levels of the Grand Pagoda in order to craft Ascended Cheese and attract the Ascended Elder.

Mouse
Points
Gold
Loot
Ascended Elder 400,000 80,000 Ancient Relic
Calcified Rift Mist
Divine Orb
Enerchi Charm
Flawed Orb
Flawless Orb
Rift Circuit Chips
Rift Ultimate Luck Charm
Rift Ultimate Power Charm
Simple Orb
Unstable Broom

Hunting Strategy

Adventure Book

Hunters can complete the Capture the Grand Master of the Dojo adventure in the Furoma Rift.

Location-Specific Effects

Bases

Hunting Tips by Larry

Greetings Hunter! You have traveled quite a ways since first entering the Furoma Training Grounds. It is now time to put that knowledge and skill to the ultimate test! Welcome to the Furoma Rift!

The Furoma Rift consists of two areas: The Grand Pagoda and the Training Grounds that surround it. This is where the mice of the Rift make pilgrimage in order to learn the martial arts and achieve enlightenment.

Inside the Pagoda, the Rift mist is too thick for a hunter to see or breathe but luckily it seems another Rift explorer has left behind a capable-but-damaged remote control Combat Droid! This Droid will take your trap into the Grand Pagoda for you but it looks like it needs some repairs first...

The Droid comes with a damaged battery matrix consisting of a total of 10 batteries. It looks like one battery is still functional but you will need to repair the rest to get the most out of your Droid.

Mice throughout the Furoma Rift drop a mysterious and powerful energy source, known as "Enerchi", that can be harnessed to bring your Combat Droid to life. Once you have collected enough to charge the battery matrix, you can select the number of functional batteries to charge before sending in your Droid.

Guarded by mice inside the Grand Pagoda are Battery Fragments that can be used to repair the batteries on your Combat Droid, allowing it to carry more Enerchi. These fragments are carried by Students, Masters, the Grand Master of the Dojo, and the powerful Supreme Sensei Mouse.

Each active battery in your Droid's battery matrix also provides Power and Luck bonuses to your trap. The more batteries that are active, the stronger your trap will become! However, greater heights of power come with a greater cost: The more active batteries your Droid has, the greater the Enerchi drain. More charged batteries means more Enerchi will be consumed on each hunt.

Keep fighting your way through the Furoma Rift to prove yourself against some of the most powerful mice we've encountered in the Rift thus far and unlock the secrets to a new, more powerful Rift trap!

History and Trivia

  • 18 May 2016: The Furoma Rift was released.

Links



Locations
(quick reference)
Gnawnia:  • Meadow   • Town of Gnawnia   • Windmill   • Harbour
 • Mountain
Valour:  • King's Arms   • Tournament Hall   • King's Gauntlet
Whisker Woods:  • Calm Clearing   • Great Gnarled Tree   • Lagoon
Burroughs:  • Laboratory   • Toxic Spill   • Town of Digby   • Mousoleum   • Bazaar
Furoma:  • Training Grounds   • Dojo   • Meditation Room   • Pinnacle Chamber
Bristle Woods:  • Catacombs   • Forbidden Grove   • Acolyte Realm
Tribal Isles:  • Cape Clawed   • Elub Shore   • Nerg Plains   • Derr Dunes
 • Jungle of Dread   • Dracano   • Balack's Cove
Varmint Valley:  • Claw Shot City   • Gnawnian Express Station   • Fort Rox
Queso Canyon:  • Queso River   • Prickly Plains   • Cantera Quarry   • Queso Geyser
Rodentia:  • S.S. Huntington IV   • Slushy Shoreline   • Seasonal Garden   • Zugzwang's Tower
 • Crystal Library   • Iceberg   • Sunken City
Sandtail Desert:  • Fiery Warpath   • Muridae Market   • Living Garden
 • Lost City   • Sand Dunes   • Twisted Garden   • Cursed City   • Sand Crypts
Hollow Heights:  • Fungal Cavern   • Labyrinth   • Zokor   • Moussu Picchu
Rift Plane:  • Gnawnia Rift   • Burroughs Rift   • Whisker Woods Rift   • Furoma Rift
 • Bristle Woods Rift • Valour Rift
King's Party Zone:  • Great Gnawnian Games
 • Great Winter Hunt
 • Halloween
 • Lunar New Year
 • MouseHunt Birthday
 • Spring Egg Hunt
 • Valentine's Day
 • Ronza: Ronza's Traveling Shoppe
 • Historic uses: Events
Others:  • King's Stockade   • Vacant Lot