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==Event Participation==
Attraction info and special event loot drops for the '''{{PAGENAME}}''' can be found at the individual event location pages.
===[[Spring Egg Hunt]]===
*The '''{{PAGENAME}}''' drops the [[Silth Egg]] during the annual '''Spring Egg Hunt'''.
:*[[MouseHunt Birthday II]]
== History and Trivia ==
== History and Trivia ==

Latest revision as of 22:07, 25 November 2021

Silth Mouse
Mouse Group: Forest Guild
Mouse Statistics
Points: 25,450 Gold: 15,200
Location & Attraction Info
Required Power Types: Hydro
Other Requirements: None
Cheese: Wicked Gnarly Cheese Charm: None
Locations: Lagoon Loot: Ancient Relic
Divine Orb
Hunting Research (5,000 points)
Satchel of Gold (1,000)
Satchel of Gold (5,000)
Satchel of Gold (10,000)
Scrap Metal
Wicked Gnarly Cheese
Larry's Loot Lexicon: MouseHunt Info Page Image: Image Link
This elusive mouse makes his home in the damp subterranean rivers of the underpass, hiding in rocky crags. Its bat-like squeak and the splash of its feet can often be heard in caverns, but when hunters approach, it dives into the water and swims away faster than a Burroughs trout. Because it has spent so much time in seclusion, these guardians of the underpass have unusual taste--anyone aiming to catch it should note that only the gnarliest cheese will tempt it out of hiding.
Mouse ID#: 180

Cheese and Charm Preference


The Silth Mouse is attracted only to Wicked Gnarly Cheese.


No Charms are required to attract the Silth Mouse.

Power Type Weaknesses





Hunters can encounter the Silth Mouse only in the Lagoon location.


The Silth Mouse drops the following loot in the Lagoon location:

History and Trivia

  • 16 March 2010: The Silth Mouse was released for the first time.
  • 25 January 2011: The Silth Mouse began to drop Divine Orbs as loot.
  • 22 March 2011: Catching the Silth Mouse became one requirement for gaining the Sandtail Call to Arms which allows travel to the Fiery Warpath. Hunters who had already caught a Silth Mouse did not have to catch another one.
  • 14 April 2011: The Silth Mouse began dropping a bonus Silth Egg as loot as part of the annual Spring Egg Hunt event.
  • 29 August 2012: The Silth Mouse began dropping Ancient Relics as loot.
  • 29 July 2012: Catching the Silth Mouse stopped being a requirement for gaining the Sandtail Call to Arms.
  • Originally the Silth Mouse dropped Plankrun's Journal Cover, but this was removed with the upgrade to MouseHunt 3.0.
  • In the first month that the Silth Mouse was released, MouseHunt developers hosted a contest to determine the top three hunters who could catch the most of this breed. Prizes were awarded in the amounts of $50 of SUPER|brie+ (3,500 pieces), $25 of SUPER|brie+ (1,600 pieces), and $10 of SUPER|brie+ (500 pieces), respectively.