Mouse DeathBot

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Mouse DeathBot
Power Type: Physical
Weapon Statistics Weapon Info
Power: 2,400 Title Required: ??
Power Bonus: 15% Cost: 243,580 - 256,400
Attraction Bonus: 10% Limited Edition: ??
Luck: 2 Crafted: ??
Cheese Effect: Stale Smashable: ??
Larry's Loot Lexicon: ?? Image: External Link
Although origins of this high-tech robot are unknown, its ability to destroy mice is well known. The DeathBot comes equipped with a high speed chain gun, two rapid fire laser guns, an extending saw blade arm and nine mouse-seeking missiles. Even the quickest, cleverest mouse stands little chance against this adversary.





The Mouse DeathBot, often referred to simply as the DeathBot or DB, was the most powerful weapon available to hunters in the original MouseHunt release of 7 March 2008. A number of more powerful weapons have subsequently become available to hunters as new Trapsmiths and crafting options have been added to the game.

Purchasing Info

The Mouse DeathBot can be purchased for 256,400 gold from the Town of Gnawnia. It refunds for 46,152 gold at the same location. It can also be purchased from the Town of Digby for 243,580 gold, where it refunds for 43,845 gold.

The Mouse DeathBot (if unintentionally smashed) can be reassembled from DeathBot Parts.

Effectiveness

The Mouse DeathBot, being a Physical type weapon, is known to be of normal effectiveness against Physical type mice. It also performs less effectively against all other power types.

Related Weapons

  • NVMRC Forcefield Trap - The NVMRC Forcefield Trap has a fresher cheese effect and higher luck but a lower power bonus than the Mouse DeathBot
  • DeathBot (Chrome Edition) - The limited-edition DeathBot (Chrome Edition) is the second strongest version of the DeathBot but has the most luck of all traps in the game.
  • PartyBot - The PartyBot is crafted with the DeathBot Parts obtained by smashing the Mouse DeathBot. It is stronger and less stale than the DeathBot (Chrome Edition), but has a lower power bonus and lower luck.

Hunter's Hammer

Smashing this weapon with the Hunter's Hammer yields the DeathBot Parts.

Combined Trap Statistics

Shown in the table below are the statistics when combined with the respective Bases. Click on the sorting box beside a particular attribute to do a quick comparison.

Base Power Power Bonus Attraction Bonus Luck Cheese Effect
Aqua Base 3,025 15% 10% 10 45Stale
Birthday Cake Base 3,245 26% 15% 2 45Stale
Candy Cane Base 3,105 15% 10% 10 48No Effect
Chocolate Birthday Cake Base 3,167 23% 15% 3 45Stale
Dehydration Base 3,019 15% 15% 6 57Extremely Fresh
Explosive Base 3,240 20% 15% 2 42Very Stale
Firecracker Base 3,240 20% 15% 6 42Very Stale
Gingerbread Base 3,229 23% 10% 6 57Extremely Fresh
Magma Base 3,321 23% 15% 12 33Ultimately Stale
Monolith Base 3,429 27% 10% 2 45Stale
Polar Base 3,250 25% 10% 6 57Extremely Fresh
Stone Base 3,188 25% 10% 2 48No Effect
Tribal Base 3,425 33% 12% 2 48No Effect
Wooden Base 2,800 15% 10% 2 51Fresh
Wooden Base with Target 2,846 15% 30% 2 45Stale


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