Moussu Picchu

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Moussu Picchu
Region: Hollow Heights
Minimum Rank: Grand Duke/Grand Duchess
Travel Requirement: Moussu Picchu Climbing Route
Recommended Power Types: Arcane
Shadow
Draconic
Recommended Cheese: Glowing Gruyere Cheese
Windy Cheese
Rainy Cheese
Dragonvine Cheese
Number of Mice: 24
Shops: Cartographer
Charm Shoppe
Cheese Shoppe
General Store
Trapsmith
Lose Gold: Yes
Lose Points: Yes
Lose Cheese: Yes
Release Date: 6 September 2017
A once long-lost civilization, now left in ruins. The magics that at one point coursed through the city have been released into the surrounding area, lending power to the environment. This power has created intense fluctuations in the weather and has attracted some particularly powerful mice...


Overview

Moussu Picchu is a location in the Hollow Heights region requiring a minimum rank of Grand Duke/ Grand Duchess to enter. It also requires the purchase of the Moussu Picchu Climbing Route from the Labyrinth Cartographer or Zokor Cartographer.

Hunters control the Wind and Rain intensities in the area to lure out various mice.


Collecting Potions

During any stage, when arming Standard Cheese or Glowing Gruyere Cheese, Hunters will encounter Potion Brewers and Fungal Feeders, which are weak against Arcane, Shadow and Draconic weapons. Potion Brewers drop Windy Potions used for brewing Windy Cheese and Rainy Potions for brewing Rainy Cheese. Fungal Feeders drop Nightshade and Cavern Fungus.

For each Wind and Rain, there are 3 different intensities. With a certain intensity at Max, using your Fire Bowl Fuel increases the drop rate of potions for that side which is is at Max.


Collecting Vines

There are two groups of mice that drop vines. Windy Cheese attracts Wind Wanderers who drop Arcanevines and are weakest against Arcane weapons. Rainy Cheese attracts Rain Roamers who drop Shadowvines and are weakest against Shadow weapons.

For each Wind and Rain, there are 3 different intensities.

  • Low: 0%-34%
  • Medium: 35%-79%
  • High: 80%-99%
  • Max: 100%

Every mouse caught increases the corresponding side's intensity by 3%. Every mouse missed drops the corresponding side's intensity by 3-10%. Every hunt using a cheese not of the corresponding intensity drops it by 3%. Failure to attract drops both intensities by 3%

The Mice population varies at each intensity. The Higher the intensity, the greater amount of either Arcanevines or Shadowvines dropped.


Hunting with Dragonvine Cheese

Hunters will craft Dragonvine Cheese using the vines collected. Dragonvine Cheese attracts Storm Dragons who drop Minerals and Dragon Scales and are weak against Draconic weapons.

The Mice population when hunting with Dragonvine Cheese varies too and depends on whichever side's intensity is lower. Every Storm Dragon caught increases both intensities by 3%. Every miss drops both intensities by 3-15%. Failure to attract drops both intensities by 3%. The Higher the intensity, the greater amount ofMinerals and Dragon Scales dropped.

HUD

The HUD shows the Hunter's Wind and Rain intensities in 2 separate meters. When Hunters first enter Moussu Picchu, the default intensity for both is 0%.

Upon arming either Standard Cheese, Glowing Gruyere Cheese, Windy Cheese, Rainy Cheese or Dragonvine Cheese, the corresponding meters on the HUD will display an arrow indicating whether that side is increasing or decreasing. Using Fire Bowl Fuel will result in a "pause sign" for the side that you are currently not arming cheese for.

On the top left and right corners of the HUD, the Power Type symbols of the recommended Power Type changes according the the cheese you arm. Clicking on it opens your Weapons selection window.


The HUD tracks the following items:

Hunters can arm, brew and craft the various cheeses by mouseovering the corresponding HUD component.

Mice

Fungal Feeders

Fungal Feeders are mice that drops Cavern Fungus and Nightshade in Moussu Picchu

Cheese Preference and Loot

Standard Cheese will attract all Fungal Feeders regardless of Wind or Rain intensities. SUPER|brie+ is needed to attract the Nightshade Maiden.


Mouse
Points
Gold
Primary
Weakness

Loot
Nightshade Flower Girl 25,000 1,200 Arcane
Shadow
Draconic
Nightshade
Nightshade Maiden 30,000 2,000 Arcane
Shadow
Draconic
Cavern Fungus
Nightshade
Spore Salesman 18,000 900 Arcane
Shadow
Draconic
Cavern Fungus

Potion Brewers

Potion Brewers refer to the mice that drops Rainy and Windy potions in Moussu Picchu

Cheese Preference and Loot

Standard Cheese will attract all Fungal Feeders except Homeopathic Apothecary Glowing Gruyere Cheese is needed to attract the Homeopathic Apothecary.

Mouse
Points
Gold
Primary
Weakness

Loot
Breeze Borrower 32,000 2,250 Arcane
Shadow
Draconic
Windy Potion
Cloud Collector 42,000 2,500 Arcane
Shadow
Draconic
Rainy Potion
Fire Bowl Fuel
Homeopathic Apothecary 45,000 3,000 Arcane
Shadow
Draconic
Rainy Potion
Windy Potion
Fire Bowl Fuel
Rainwater Purifier 32,000 2,250 Arcane
Shadow
Draconic
Rainy Potion
Windy Farmer 42,000 2,500 Arcane
Shadow
Draconic
Windy Potion
Fire Bowl Fuel

Rain Roamers

Rain Roamers refers to the mice that are only attracted to Rainy Cheese as well as drop Shadowvines in Moussu Picchu.

Cheese Preference and Loot

Rainy Cheese will attract all Rain Roamers at varying 'Rain intensities.

Mouse
Points
Gold
Primary
Weakness

Secondary
Weakness

Tertiary
Weakness

Loot Rain
Low Intensity
Rain
Medium Intensity
Rain
High Intensity
Rain
Max Intensity
Power Type Weakness
Rain Collector 42,000 2,500 Shadow Arcane Draconic Shadowvine X
Rain Wallower 40,000 3,500 Shadow Arcane Draconic Shadowvine X
Rain Summoner 48,000 5,000 Shadow Arcane Draconic Shadowvine X
Monsoon Maker 50,000 5,000 Shadow Arcane Draconic Shadowvine X X
Rainmancer 80,000 7,500 Shadow Arcane Draconic Shadowvine
Dragonbane Charm
Fire Bowl Fuel
X X

Wind Wanderers

Wind Wanderers refers to the mice that are only attracted to Windy Cheese as well as drop Arcanevines in Moussu Picchu.

Cheese Preference and Loot

Rainy Cheese will attract all Rain Roamers at varying 'Rain intensities.

Mouse
Points
Gold
Primary
Weakness

Secondary
Weakness

Tertiary
Weakness

Loot Wind
Low Intensity
Wind
Medium Intensity
Wind
High Intensity
Wind
Max Intensity
Power Type Weakness
Wind Watcher 40,000 3,500 Arcane Shadow Draconic Arcanevine X
Charming Chimer 42,000 4,500 Arcane Shadow Draconic Arcanevine X
Fluttering Flutist 48,000 4,800 Arcane Shadow Draconic Arcanevine X
Cycloness 50,000 5,000 Arcane Shadow Draconic Arcanevine X X
Wind Warrior 80,000 7,500 Arcane Shadow Draconic Arcanevine
Dragonbane Charm
Fire Bowl Fuel
X X


Storm Dragons

Storm Dragons refer to the mice that are only attracted to Dragonvine Cheese as well as drop Dragon Scales in Moussu Picchu. Dragonbane Charms provide a 300% power bonus against Storm Dragons

Cheese Preference and Loot

Dragonvine Cheese will attract all Storm Dragons at varying Wind and Rain intensities and the mice population depends on whichever side's intensity is lower.

Mouse
Points
Gold
Primary
Weakness

Loot Wind or Rain
Low Intensity
Wind or Rain
Medium Intensity
Wind or Rain
High Intensity
Wind or Rain
Max Intensity
Thunder Strike 60,000 10,000 Draconic Dragon Scales
Minerals
X
Violet Stormchild 70,000 10,000 Draconic Dragon Scales
Minerals
X
Thunderlord 90,000 15,000 Draconic Dragon Scales
Minerals
X
Thundering Watcher 100,000 18,000 Draconic Dragon Scales
Minerals
X X
Dragoon 100,000 20,000 Draconic Dragon Scales
Minerals
X
Ful'Mina, the Mountain Queen 120,000 30,000 Draconic Dragon Scales
Minerals
???
X X

Hunting Strategy

Hunting tips by Larry

*Phew!* I never thought I would make the climb! Glad to see you up here, hunter!

Welcome to Moussu Picchu! I knew it would be just a matter of time before we found this land of legend ever since we first stumbled through the Labyrinth!

Up here the weather is quite unpredictable and seems to be kept in check by the local Moussu Picchu Inhabitants.

The Wind Wanderer mice are linked with the Arcane energies of the wind. You will need to use an Arcane trap to best capture this group! As for the Rain Roamer mice, the energy that comes from dark rain clouds is linked to Shadow traps, which will be needed to catch them.

Arming basic cheese (or even better: Glowing Gruyere) will attract the Fungal Feeder and Potion Brewer mice. These mice can drop crafting items and special potions that will create storm-based cheese to help attract the Wind and Rain mice! The Fungal Feeder mice will drop crafting items for Glowing Gruyere.

Catching mice from their respected groups will alter the weather up here on the plateau. Wind mice will make it windier and the Rain mice will make it rainier. As the weather gets worse, stronger mice from each group will appear while the weaker ones will go and seek shelter.

These stronger mice can drop powerful vines collected from the flora that grow when the weather intensifies. These vines will be required to craft Dragonvine Cheese, a powerful bait that will beckon forth the powerful Storm Dragon mice.

If the wind and rain get too strong, both forces together will create a powerful storm. During this period, the most powerful Storm Dragon mice will appear! Hope you brought your Draconic traps and charms!

Hope you brought your rain coat and boots! Not sure if it will help here, though... Good luck, hunter!

Adventure Book

Hunters can Capture Ful'Mina, the Mountain Queen while hunting in Moussu Picchu.

Treasure Maps

NA

Shops

These are the shops that can be found in Moussu Picchu.

Cartographer

NA

Charm Shoppe

Charms
Item Cost Refund
Nightshade Farming Charm 400
5 Cavern Fungi
2 Minerals
60
Super Power Charm 900 270
Super Luck Charm 1,250 375
Lucky Power Charm 800 240
Extreme Power Charm 900
4 Dragon Scales
4 Minerals
600
Extreme Luck Charm 1,250
5 Dragon Scales
5 Minerals
780
Dragonbane Charm 3,000
50 Dragon Scales
30 Minerals
900
Crafting Items
Item Cost Refund
Charmbit 25 20

Cheese Shoppe

Item Cost Ea. Refund
Swiss 100 100
Brie 200 200
Gouda 600 600

General Store

Item
Cost
Per Piece
Refund
Per Piece
Fire Bowl Fuel 800
4 Dragon Scales
N/A
Ful'Mina's Tooth 600 Dragon Scales ?
Curds and Whey 12 3
Ionized Salt 450 150
Living Shard 1,200 1,200

Trapsmith

Traps
Item
Cost
Refund
Requirement
Dragonvine Ballista Trap 1,700,000
300 Dragon Scales
90 Minerals
? 300,000,000
points to equip
Skins
Item
Cost
Refund
Frosted Dragonvine Ballista Trap Skin 1,700,000
400 Dragon Scales
?

History and Trivia

  • 6 September 2017: Moussu Picchu was released as the fourth location in Hollow Heights.


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   • Floating Islands
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