PartyBot

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PartyBot
Power Type: Physical
Weapon Statistics Weapon Info
Power: 2,850 Title Required: ??
Power Bonus: 15% Cost: 243,580 - 271,400
Attraction Bonus: 15% Limited Edition: ??
Luck: 25 Crafted: ??
Cheese Effect: Stale Smashable: ??
Larry's Loot Lexicon: ?? Image: External Link
Don't be fooled by this edition of the DeathBot. Although it likes to dress up and party, it still poses a great threat to mousekind.





The PartyBot can be crafted with the DeathBot Parts and a Party Hat. The DeathBot Parts can be obtained by smashing a Mouse DeathBot. The Party Hat was obtainable from Birthday Gifts and the General Store in Ronza's Traveling Shoppe during her MouseHunt's Birthday Giveaway visit.

Purchasing Info

The PartyBot is not sold by any Trapsmith, thus it is non-refundable. It can only be crafted given the proper ingredients.

Formula

Formula: PartyBot
Description Qty Cost
DeathBot Parts 1 243,580 – 256,400
Party Hat 1 15,000 / Loot
Total 243,580 – 271,400

Effectiveness

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

Related Weapons

  • Mouse DeathBot - The Mouse DeathBot must be smashed to obtain the DeathBot Parts required to craft the PartyBot.
  • Chrome DeathBot - The limited-edition Chrome DeathBot is the second strongest version of the DeathBot but has the most luck of all traps in the game.

History and Trivia

The PartyBot was introduced on 7 March 2009 when hunters were finally able to open their Birthday Gifts and discovered the Party Hat inside. The formula to craft the PartyBot was found to be detailed on the Party Hat's description. On 19 October 2009 the PartyBot became a limited edition trap, thus receiving a "Limited Edition" badge on the trap image.

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 3,542 15% 15% 33 45Stale
Bamboozler Base 3,813 25% 20% 25 51Fresh
Birthday Cake Base 3,812 26% 20% 25 45Stale
Candy Cane Base 3,623 15% 15% 33 48No Effect
Chocolate Birthday Cake Base 3,721 23% 20% 26 45Stale
Dehydration Base 3,536 15% 20% 29 57Extremely Fresh
Explosive Base 3,780 20% 20% 25 42Very Stale
Firecracker Base 3,780 20% 20% 29 42Very Stale
Gingerbread Base 3,782 23% 15% 29 57Extremely Fresh
Magma Base 3,875 23% 20% 35 33Ultimately Stale
Monolith Base 4,001 27% 15% 25 45Stale
Polar Base 3,813 25% 15% 29 57Extremely Fresh
Stone Base 3,750 25% 15% 25 48No Effect
Tribal Base 4,023 33% 17% 25 48No Effect
Wooden Base 3,318 15% 15% 25 51Fresh
Wooden Base with Target 3,364 15% 35% 25 45Stale