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Revision as of 19:26, 19 May 2014


Speedy Mouse
Mouse Group: Indigenous Mice
Mouse Statistics
Points: 950 Gold: 900
Location & Attraction Info
Required Power Types: All types except Parental Other Requirements: ??
Cheese: SUPER|brie+ Charm: ??
Locations: King's Arms
Tournament Hall
Town of Gnawnia
Windmill
Loot:
Links
Larry's Loot Lexicon: MouseHunt Info Page Image: Image Link
To the naked eye, the Speedy Mouse is less of a mouse, and more of a brown blurry comet with a pink tail. There are very few case studies regarding their behavior, but those that exist are strange indeed. Take, for example, the testimony of one very disgruntled citizen: “Before I could call for help, those little varmints knocked me over, rifled through my pockets, bounced on muh belly and untied muh shoes.” Sometimes, even efficiency can be a bad thing.
Mouse ID#: 229



The Speedy Mouse is a breed of mouse found in the Gnawnia and Valour regions. They are not known to drop any loot.

Preferred Cheese

Speedy mice have been found to be especially attracted to SUPER|brie+ cheese, although Brie and Gouda also work.

History and Trivia

  • Speedy mice were introduced 30 June 2010 together with twelve other Indigenous Mice scattered throughout the Gnawnia region, as part of the Windmill update.
  • Speedy mice could be found at the Great Gnawnian Games in August 2012, when hunting with Runny cheese.
  • On 25 June 2013, they gained a vulnerability to Law power type traps, with the release of Varmint Valley.
  • Flying mice gained a taste for Brie and Gouda during the 19 September 2013 Gnawnia population shift, although SUPER|brie+ still remains the most effective.

Images