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Revision as of 23:05, 13 September 2014

Sponge Charm
Category: Living Garden
Charm Statistics Charm Info
Power: 0 Cost: 200
Power Bonus: 0% Limited Edition: No
Attraction Bonus: 0% Crafted: No
Luck: 0 Smashable: No
Cheese Effect: No Effect Tradeable: No
Consumed Upon: Successful Catch Giveable: No
Larry's Loot Lexicon: MouseHunt Info Page Image: External Link
Mice in the Living Garden carry tiny amounts of water to sustain themselves. Equipping these Sponge Charms allow you to collect this water for yourself, and then use it to attract Thirsty Mice.

Obtained Via

The Sponge Charm can be bought at the Living Garden Charm Shoppe for 200 gold and 1 Aleth Essence, and cannot be refunded.

10 Sponge Charms can be found in the Crate of Living Garden Charms. This charm can sometimes be found inside Living Garden Treasure Chest and Purple Winter Hunt Gift Boxes. They can also be found in the Living Garden Charm Pack and Essence Collector Kit, which can only be obtained via Donating.

Location-Specific Effects

The Sponge Charm makes the mice in the Living Garden drop Dewdrops, which are needed to activate the Dewdrop Minigame.

The Sponge Charm is only effective if the hunter is already in the Living Garden; if paired with regular cheese while in the Twisted Garden to return to normal reality, the Sponge Charm will be consumed without gaining a Dewdrop.

Related Items

History and Trivia

  • The Sponge Charm was released on 14 November 2012, together with the Living Garden update.