This volcano is said to have long ago given life to the entire island in a massive eruption. For this reason the tribes have long worshipped the Dracano, bringing offerings of peppered cheese to a fearsome winged mouse they believe to be a deity.
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Welcome to Dracano, this location isn’t too tough to hunt in surprisingly considering the gold and points on offer.
However, collecting the special Inferno Havarti Cheese that is essential to hunt in this location can take a lot of preparation time, so chances are you either won’t be spending long here, or won’t be visiting too often.
There’s three new mice to hunt in this location that aren’t found anywhere else, and to hunt all three effectively you’ll want to use a Draconic trap, the only Draconic trap in the game at the moment is the Ice Maiden, and to craft that you have to have caught an Acolyte Mouse with a Frozen Scroll first.
So if you’re hunting with the Ice Maiden and using the Inferno Havarti, your only real choice for this location is which base to use, we all have our favourites, some prefer luck, others power, but in this location it’s not going to make a huge difference, so it’s probably best to go with the one you prefer.
To hunt in the Dracano a Hunter must have:
A Hunter’s Title of at least .
Have crafted the Ocean Navigation Kit.
Inferno Havarti cheese.
And it is recommended that a Hunter should have:
A Draconic Weapon.
You’re going in there? Are you insane? Well, I’ve never managed to stop you before. Let me know if you come back alive, and if you don’t. . . well, I guess I’ll just have to figure that one out on my own.
There are 3 new mice in the Dracano that a hunter won’t have encountered before, and these mice can’t be found in other locations.
Here we give an overview of the mice that can be encountered in this location, and how often you can expect to see them using various cheese.
Here is a breakdown of the various mice that can be found in the location, and what loot they might drop:
(Known Cheese Preferences)
|Potential Loot||Drop Rate|
|Draconic Warden||Draconic Brood
|1 Dragon’s Chest||Unknown|
|Satchel of Gold (1,000 gold)||Unknown|
(These mice are not always encountered in this location)
|Inferno Havarti Cheese||Unknown|
We currently do not have enough results for Mice Populations.
Inferno Havarti really is the only cheese to use in Dracano, some others have been tested, but they’ve all failed to attract any mice.
We currently do not have enough results for Setup Options.
Here is a selection of Goals that a hunter may like to achieve:
To catch a Dragon Mouse you need to use the Ice Maiden with Inferno Havarti, your only choice comes down to which base to use.
The Dragonbane charm is specifically designed for helping you hunt the Dragon, arming it can give you a noticable improvement in you catch rate, the only issue you have is collecting enough of them.
Dragon Embers are needed for crafting the map to Balack’s Cove and for crafting a new base, fortunately all mice in this location drop them, although the Dragon drops them most often.
Collecting the required number shouldn’t take the hunter too long.
Dragon Embers can be smashed to make Fire Salt, personally I wouldn’t recommend using them in this way. You never know when the Dragon Ember will have another use.
For those who haven’t crafted the Ice Maiden, Dracano can still be a tempting location to hunt in.
Offering decent gold returns and some nice loot on offer, some hunters may wish to try weapons of different power types – but there are a few things to remember:
Non-Draconic Weapons will not catch the Dragon Mouse. If you want to catch this Mouse, use the Ice Maiden.
Non-Draconic Weapons often have higher luck than the Ice Maiden, meaning that you may well get more loot when hunting with them.
Due to higher Luck, non-Draconic Weapons may end up catching more mice overall than the Ice Maiden. This is because they can be much better at catching the Whelpling and Draconic Warden mice.
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This article contains information relevant to MouseHunt v3.