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== Hunting Strategy ==
 
== Hunting Strategy ==
 
Hunters have several [[Trap Setup Options for the Meditation Room]]. The Meditation Room is one of two rooms in Furoma where crafted cheese is necessary for successful hunting (the other being the [[Pinnacle Chamber]]). Unless the hunter uses the specific type of cheese necessary to attract a Master, only the Hapless Mouse will be attracted. Due to the low point and gold amounts given by the Hapless Mouse, most consider it a poor use of resources to hunt in the Meditation Room without the necessary cheese – unless the hunter is looking to grab Ambush Trap blueprints. Hunters must use [[Glutter]], [[Susheese]], and [[Combat]] cheese to attract [[Master of the Cheese Belt Mouse|Master of the Cheese Belt]], [[Master of the Cheese Claw Mouse|Claw]], and [[Master of the Cheese Fang Mouse|Fang]] mice respectively. Most hunters enter the Meditation Room hoping to catch one of each Master mice, obtain the necessary Shards to craft an [[Ambush Trap]], and then return later once the trap is complete. This ensures that the hunter doesn't waste cheese using a weaker trap.
 
Hunters have several [[Trap Setup Options for the Meditation Room]]. The Meditation Room is one of two rooms in Furoma where crafted cheese is necessary for successful hunting (the other being the [[Pinnacle Chamber]]). Unless the hunter uses the specific type of cheese necessary to attract a Master, only the Hapless Mouse will be attracted. Due to the low point and gold amounts given by the Hapless Mouse, most consider it a poor use of resources to hunt in the Meditation Room without the necessary cheese – unless the hunter is looking to grab Ambush Trap blueprints. Hunters must use [[Glutter]], [[Susheese]], and [[Combat]] cheese to attract [[Master of the Cheese Belt Mouse|Master of the Cheese Belt]], [[Master of the Cheese Claw Mouse|Claw]], and [[Master of the Cheese Fang Mouse|Fang]] mice respectively. Most hunters enter the Meditation Room hoping to catch one of each Master mice, obtain the necessary Shards to craft an [[Ambush Trap]], and then return later once the trap is complete. This ensures that the hunter doesn't waste cheese using a weaker trap.
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===Adventure Book===
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Hunters can complete steps to [[Capture the Master of the Dojo]] by gathering '''seal shards''' from '''master''' mice.
  
 
===Hunting tips by [[Larry]]===
 
===Hunting tips by [[Larry]]===

Revision as of 18:58, 31 July 2015

The second floor of the Pagoda is where the Masters of the three cheese schools meditate and study. These Masters are far too wise to go for conventional bait. Instead, a hunter will need to craft very specific bait in order to attract each master.

Description and Requirements

The Meditation Room is a location in the Furoma region requiring a minimum rank of Grandmaster and the Stitched Furoma Map Piece to enter. Mice in this location may steal points or gold (but not multiple pieces of cheese) if not captured.

Shops

There are no shops available in the Meditation Room. Shops for the Furoma region can be found in the Training Grounds.

Meditation Room Mice

Mouse Points Gold Mouse Group Loot
Hapless 50 70 Followers of Furoma Ambush Trap Blueprints
Master of the Cheese Belt 7,200 900 Followers of Furoma Master Belt Shard
Satchel of Gold (1,000)
Master of the Cheese Claw 7,200 900 Followers of Furoma Master Claw Shard
Satchel of Gold (1,000)
Master of the Cheese Fang 7,200 900 Followers of Furoma Master Fang Shard
Satchel of Gold (1,000)

Hunting Strategy

Hunters have several Trap Setup Options for the Meditation Room. The Meditation Room is one of two rooms in Furoma where crafted cheese is necessary for successful hunting (the other being the Pinnacle Chamber). Unless the hunter uses the specific type of cheese necessary to attract a Master, only the Hapless Mouse will be attracted. Due to the low point and gold amounts given by the Hapless Mouse, most consider it a poor use of resources to hunt in the Meditation Room without the necessary cheese – unless the hunter is looking to grab Ambush Trap blueprints. Hunters must use Glutter, Susheese, and Combat cheese to attract Master of the Cheese Belt, Claw, and Fang mice respectively. Most hunters enter the Meditation Room hoping to catch one of each Master mice, obtain the necessary Shards to craft an Ambush Trap, and then return later once the trap is complete. This ensures that the hunter doesn't waste cheese using a weaker trap.

Adventure Book

Hunters can complete steps to Capture the Master of the Dojo by gathering seal shards from master mice.

Hunting tips by Larry

Shhh! Can't you see I'm trying to meditate?

Oh, you're probably looking for some advice on how to hunt in the Meditation Room.

This room is where the masters of the three Furoma schools work to achieve inner peace. As you would imagine, the masters are much more experienced than students, and more difficult to catch. Collect tokens from their students in the Dojo to make their favorite types of bait: Susheese, Glutter and Combat cheese. If you need help with crafting, try consulting the MouseHunt Wiki.

The three schools were once united under a single seal that represented the teachings of Furoma. Over time, the three schools drifted apart, until eventually they shattered the seal into three shards to represent their distinct styles. Should you be able to collect these shards, you will find them very useful in your crafting.

Links



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