HitGrab Horsey

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The HitGrab Horsey is a Limited Edition Physical type weapon.

HitGrab Horsey
Power Type: Physical
Weapon Statistics Weapon Info
Power: 550 Title Required: ??
Power Bonus: 2% Cost: 15,850
Attraction Bonus: 0% Limited Edition: Yes
Luck: 20 Crafted: Yes
Cheese Effect: Very Fresh Smashable: Yes
Larry's Loot Lexicon: MouseHunt Info Page Image: External Link
Stolen from the depths of the King's closet, this mystical hobby horse works its hunting magic by striking with a swift and unexpected downward head-butt to anything crossing its path. Unfortunately, the horses poor vision leads to many inaccurate strikes, but his royal luck is seemingly quite high.

Obtained Via

The HitGrab Horsey is a Limited Edition weapon and can no longer be acquired by Hunters. It could be purchased for 15,850 gold from Ronza's Traveling Shoppe during her MouseHunt's Birthday Giveaway visit. It refunded for 2,853 gold at the same location. It was also available as one of the three gifts inside the Fancy Birthday Gifts dropped by Birthday mice.

If smashed with the Hunter's Hammer, the HitGrab Horsey can be reconstructed using the Hobby Horse Parts.


Reconstruction Formula: HitGrab Horsey
Item Qty Cost (Each) Source
Hobby Horse Parts 1 15,850
Total 15,850

Related Weapons

Hunter's Hammer

Smashing this weapon with the Hunter's Hammer yields the Hobby Horse Parts, which can be combined with 1 Invisi-glu and the Rainbow Mohawk Wig of Awesomeness to create the HitGrab Rainbow Rockin' Horse.

History and Trivia

  • 7 March 2009: The HitGrab Horsey was introduced when hunters were able to open their Fancy Birthday Gift and discovered this weapon inside.
  • 19 October 2009: The HitGrab Horsey was given the limited edition seal.
  • 20 October 2009: The HitGrab Horsey becomes smashable using the Hunter's Hammer.
  • The HitGrab Horsey can be seen featured in the artwork of the Larry's First Move Skin.
  • The trap name is a reference to HitGrab Inc., the company responsible for MouseHunt.