Difference between revisions of "Meadow"

From MHWiki
(Links: new banner image)
(Meadow Mice: A.Relic loot)
Line 29: Line 29:
  | 10
  | 10
  | Indigenous Mice
  | Indigenous Mice
  | align="left" | [[SUPER brie+|SUPER|brie+]] cheese
  | align="left" | [[Ancient Relic]]<br/>[[SUPER brie+|SUPER|brie+]] cheese
  | align="left" | [[Brown]]
  | align="left" | [[Brown]]
Line 95: Line 95:
  | 500
  | 500
  | Indigenous Mice
  | Indigenous Mice
  | align="left" | [[Marble]] cheese
  | align="left" | [[Ancient Relic]]<br/>[[Marble]] cheese
  | align="left" | [[Pirate]]
  | align="left" | [[Pirate]]

Revision as of 17:17, 1 September 2012

Slightly secluded from the human population, the Meadow is mostly inhabited by the more timid breeds of mice. Considered somewhat of a safe haven for novice mouse hunters who hate to see their cheese stolen.

Description and Requirements

The Meadow is the starting point of every hunter and the only location that a Novice has access to. The chance of a hunter encountering one of the more powerful breed of mice in the Meadow is very remote, as this location is generally used by hunters to safely catch weaker mice and accumulate gold and experience points, albeit slowly. Mice are unable to steal a hunters' supplies in the Meadow.


These are the shops that can be found in the Meadow:

Meadow Mice

Mouse Points Gold Mouse Group Loot
Bionic 300 550 Indigenous Mice
Black Widow 480 10 Indigenous Mice Ancient Relic
SUPER|brie+ cheese
Brown 115 150 Indigenous Mice Marble cheese
Cowardly 1 190 300 Indigenous Mice
Diamond 1,200 600 Indigenous Mice
Dwarf 225 450 Indigenous Mice
Field 1 200 200 Indigenous Mice
Flying 1 450 450 Indigenous Mice
Gold 600 1,200 Indigenous Mice
Granite 285 525 Indigenous Mice
Grey 90 125 Indigenous Mice Marble cheese
Lightning Rod 1 175 100 Indigenous Mice
Mole 550 500 Indigenous Mice Ancient Relic
Marble cheese
Pirate 350 2,750 Aquatic Order
Spotted 2 175 175 Indigenous Mice
Steel 270 500 Indigenous Mice Scrap Metal
Tiny 1 200 450 Indigenous Mice
White 70 100 Indigenous Mice Marble cheese
  • Highlighted mice are less than 1% of the population and are infrequently encountered in this location.
  • 1Appeared as of 30 June 2010.
  • 2Appeared as of 13 July 2010.

Hunting Strategy

Traveling to the Meadow is free from any location using Larry's Travel. It is generally considered a good idea to purchase cheese in bulk at the local Cheese Shoppe because it is cheaper than at all other locations.

While Novice, Recruit, Apprentice and Initiate hunters can safely accumulate gold and points here without worrying about having any stolen, hunters are not encouraged to stay in the Meadow for too long due to the overall low profits. This is especially so when compared with other locations. Almost any trap will be effective here as the majority of the mice are Indigenous Mice and are quite weak. The hunter has several Trap Setup Options for the Meadow.

A rare Mole or Black Widow Mouse can also be encountered occasionally. For those unable to net the rare mice, the Mole Mouse can also be found in the Windmill and Town of Digby, while the Black Widow can be found in almost all locations.

Cheese Usage

All standard cheese types can be used in this location. Hunters with up to Apprentice rank should stick to either Cheddar or Marble in this location. Swiss and Brie are not recommended due to their high cost and a new hunters' low trap power, which will likely lead to a net gold loss.

More experienced hunters might consider using White Cheddar to keep the White, Brown, and Grey mice away from their traps and improve their overall profit by attracting only the more valuable breeds of mice.

Hunting tips by Larry

Welcome to the Meadow! This calm retreat is a favorite relaxation spot of Gnawnia’s busy citizens. The majority of the mice that are found here are fairly tame and easy to catch, making it a great place to hunt while you save up for a better trap.

The Meadow has two shops. The first is the Cheese Shoppe where you can buy bait for your trap, and the second is the Trapsmith, where you can buy new trap parts.

When you reach the title of Recruit, try hunting in the Town of Gnawnia, where more breeds of mice await!. Visit the Travel page to access your map and travel to other hunting grounds.

Looking for more advice? Speak with your fellow hunters on the discussion boards. There are sure to be many experienced hunters willing to lend a hand!

Good luck, brave MouseHunter!


(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   • Floating Islands
Rift Plane:  • Gnawnia Rift   • Burroughs Rift   • Whisker Woods Rift   • Furoma Rift
 • Bristle Woods Rift • Valour Rift
Events:  • Great Winter Hunt: Festive Comet
 • Halloween: Gloomy Greenwood
 • MouseHunt Birthday: The SUPER brie+ Factory
 • Ronza: Ronza's Traveling Shoppe
 • Historic uses: King's Party Zone
Others:  • King's Stockade   • Vacant Lot