Town of Digby
- "Digby" redirects here. For other uses, see Digby (disambiguation).
When the mice of the Burroughs overran the laboratory, the resourceful scientists created a fortified subterranean city. Unfortunately their creations proved to be just as resourceful and soon infiltrated the city.
Description and Requirements
The Town of Digby is a location in the Burroughs region requiring a minimum rank of Master and the Key to the Town of Digby to enter. Hunters will be relieved to learn that mice are unable to steal gold, cheese, or points in the Town of Digby.
These are the shops that can be found in the Town of Digby:
Town of Digby Mice
|Bat||3,375||3,000||The Shadow Clan|
|Big Bad Burroughs 1||22,700||24,500||Digby Dirt Dwellers||Coal|
Satchel of Gold (1,000)
Satchel of Gold (5,000)
Satchel of Gold (10,000)
Satchel of Gold (15,000)
Satchel of Gold (20,000)
|Black Widow||480||10||Indigenous Mice||SUPER|brie+ cheese|
|Core Sample 1||2,600||1,000||Digby Dirt Dwellers|
|Demolitions 1||4,700||1,900||Digby Dirt Dwellers|
|Granite||285||525||Indigenous Mice||Meteorite Piece|
|Industrious Digger 1||3,510||890||Digby Dirt Dwellers|
|Itty-Bitty Burroughs 1||10,000||4,000||Digby Dirt Dwellers||Living Shard|
|Lambent Crystal 1||9,000||3,000||Digby Dirt Dwellers||Living Shard|
|Mole||550||500||Indigenous Mice||Marble cheese|
Plankrun's Journal Back Cover
Shredded Furoma Map Piece
|Miner 1||5,350||2,000||Digby Dirt Dwellers|
|Nugget 1||6,875||550||Digby Dirt Dwellers||Digby DrillBot Parts|
Satchel of Gold (500)
Satchel of Gold (1,000)
|Rock Muncher 1||2,750||875||Digby Dirt Dwellers|
|Steel||270||500||Indigenous Mice||Scrap Metal|
|Stone Cutter 1||4,360||1,800||Digby Dirt Dwellers|
|Subterranean 1||11,000||5,800||Digby Dirt Dwellers||Living Shard|
|Zombie||2,700||2,700||Indigenous Mice||Tattered Mousoleum Map|
- Highlighted mice are less than 1% of the population and are infrequently encountered in this location.
- 1Appeared as of 24 March 2010
Hunters have several Trap Setup Options for the Town of Digby. Hunters are advised to use the same strategy as in previous areas for the Indigenous Mice in this location because it should be enough. Hunters are urged to purchase a Shadow type trap before continuing their journey into the Mousoleum.
The Indigenous Mice can be attracted with standard cheeses whereas Limelight Cheese will only attract the Digby Dirt Dwellers. Nibbler mice have a preference for SUPER|brie+ and are only rarely encountered with other cheeses.
Hunting tips by Larry
Congratulations on finding the secret research facility of Digby!
After the Laboratory was overrun with mice, the scientists fled here. Unfortunately, it did not take the mice long to find it. The scientists now need your help hunting down the intruders!
Be sure to visit the Trapsmith in Digby to view its experimental traps. You will notice an extremely powerful trap called the DrillBot, along with two strange portal traps. These portals use a form of damage called Shadow. A shadow trap will come in handy should you plan on heading west towards the dark graveyard.
Digby seems to be the perfect environment for the rare Mole mouse. If you have yet to discover this breed, hunting for it here may be worth your while. A Zombie mouse has also been rumored to be carrying a tattered piece of the map. I fear this map may lead west, towards. . . the dark forest. I like seeing you around, so make sure that you’re well prepared before traveling into the wilds.
Recent tunneling by town offiicials has also uncovered some construction mice, who appear to be digging a tunnel of their own. Along with these new intruders, the Town of Digby now has to deal with the worm-like Big Bad Burroughs mice, and their smaller cousins, the Itty-Bitty Burroughs mice.
Anyone wanting to catch these new subterranean breeds should use Limelight Cheese, which is made from Radioactive Sludge, Curds and Whey and Living Shards. Living Shards are available, for a premium, at the Digby general store, but rumor has it that they were also once used for experiments at the Laboratory.
Hunting the Big Bad Burroughs mouse is risky, but could pay off big. Digby scientists report that a Big Bad ran off with a rare slab of Ohnoesium ore the other day, and I’ve heard that Ohnoesium can be very valuable to hunters. . .
History and Trivia
The Town of Digby was first introduced to the game when reports of "Strange earthquake activity in the Burroughs region" appeared in the news ticker. During the weekend that followed, a drill slowly started to appear, each day becoming more exposed. On the Monday that followed, the locked door appeared and the key was available.