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== Preferred Cheese ==
 
== Preferred Cheese ==
Vampire mice have been found to be especially attracted to Radioactive Blue and Ancient cheese.
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Vampire mice have been found to be especially attracted to [[Radioactive Blue]] and [[Ancient (cheese)]].
  
 
== Hunting Strategy ==
 
== Hunting Strategy ==

Revision as of 16:58, 31 August 2009


Vampire Mouse
Mouse Group: ??
Mouse Statistics
Points: 2,700 Gold: 901
Location & Attraction Info
Required Power Types: Shadow Other Requirements: ??
Cheese: Radioactive Blue cheese
Ancient cheese
Charm: ??
Locations: Mousoleum
Catacombs
Forbidden Grove
Loot: Greater Radioactive Blue Cheese Curd Potion
Links
Larry's Loot Lexicon: MouseHunt Info Page Image: Image Link
In the darkest corners of the Mousoleum lurks an evil so terrible that its very name strikes fear into the hearts of even the bravest of hunters. Its name is never spoken, only whispered, "Mouseferatu". When its coffin creaks, the land will shudder, the sky will darken, the earth will moan. It is then that you will know a Vampire is near...
Mouse ID#: 28




The Vampire Mouse is a breed of mouse found in the Mousoleum, Catacombs, and Forbidden Grove. They are known to drop Greater Radioactive Blue Cheese Curd Potions uncommonly in the Mousoleum.

Preferred Cheese

Vampire mice have been found to be especially attracted to Radioactive Blue and Ancient (cheese).

Hunting Strategy

Shadow type traps such as the Bottomless Grave are very effective against Vampire mice. Alternatively, hunters can also use Arcane type traps such as the Obelisk of Slumber although they are neither less effective or very effective against these mice.

History and Trivia

Despite their rarity and difficulty, Vampire mice are worth much less than most Mousoleum breeds. MouseHunt developers have stated this was intentional so that hunters would consider them unappealing to catch. Hapless mice share the same circumstances.

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