Realm Ripper Mouse

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The Realm Ripper Mouse is a breed of mouse found in the Forbidden Grove. They are known to drop Divine Orbs, Runes, Runic Potions, Stale Cheese, and occasionally an Ancient Relic, as loot. They are also known to drop Warp Nails as loot, but only while hunters are in the process of completing the Zurreal Trap Research Assignment.

Realm Ripper mice are only found in the Forbidden Grove, when the gates are closed, and are the only mice there at that time. Upon capturing this mouse, hunters are transported to the Acolyte Realm.


Realm Ripper Mouse
Mouse Group: The Forgotten Mice
Mouse Statistics
Points: 3,000 Gold: 1,440
Location & Attraction Info
Required Power Types: Arcane Other Requirements: ??
Cheese: Ancient
Radioactive Blue
Charm: ??
Locations: Forbidden Grove Loot: Ancient Relic
Divine Orb
Rune
Runic Potion
Stale Cheese
Warp Nail
Links
Larry's Loot Lexicon: MouseHunt Info Page Image: Image Link
Seldom seen, but often felt as a buzz in the air or the smell of ozone, Realm Ripper mice bounce between dimensions at will, revelers in time and space. Because they are free to inhabit any time period and dimension, Realm Rippers seldom form any permanent allegiances, but the Acolyte Mouse has managed to bribe a number of them to ferry his minions in and out of his prison in the Acolyte Realm.
Mouse ID#: 279



Preferred Cheese

When the Forbidden Grove closes, the Realm Ripper mouse is the only mouse that can be attracted by hunters remaining in the Forbidden Grove. Realm Ripper mice have been found to be particularly attracted to Ancient and Radioactive Blue cheese, but other cheeses such as White Cheddar and Brie can also be used to attract the Realm Ripper. Runic, on the other hand, is not recommended, as it very rarely attracts any mice at all in the Forbidden Grove, even when it is closed.

Event Participation

  • The Realm Ripper Mouse drops the Realm Ripper Egg during the annual Spring Egg Hunt.

History and Trivia

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