Feb 22, 2011

Posted by Paul Humphreys in Locations, Tribal Isles | 0 Comments

Jungle of Dread

Jungle of Dread

Named by the tribes, this dangerous jungle is home to some of the most terrifying mice ever discovered. Long ago the leaders of the tribes discovered a spicy cheese made with peppers capable of distracting the mighty beasts of the jungle. This peppered bait may be the key to luring these mice to a trap…

 

  1. Overview
      Requirements
      Hunting Tips by Larry
      New Mice
  2. Cheese and Mice
      The Mice of the Jungle of Dread
      Mice Populations
  3. Setup Options
  4. Goals
      Collect the Loot for the Ancient Box Trap
      Collect Fire Salt
      Collect Runic Potions
      Collect Vanilla Beans
  5. Related Articles

 

Overview

The Jungle of Dread is home to six very powerful mice, all of whom are only attracted to one specific Havarti cheese.

These mice each drop a different item of loot that is used to craft a special trap that is used to hunt for the Acolyte Mouse.

The Jungle is also home to one weaker mouse, that drops the Vanilla Bean used to craft Vanilla Stilton cheese for use in Balack’s Cove.

A Shadow trap is esential in the Jungle of Dread

 

Requirements

To hunt in the Jungle of Dread a Hunter must have:
    A Hunter’s Title of at least .
    Have crafted the Ocean Navigation Kit.
    A Shadow Weapon.
And it is recommended that a Hunter should have:
    At least Gouda, or Havarti cheese.

 

Hunting Tips by Larry

My knowledge of this area is woefully inadequate, due to my total knee-knocking fear of entering here. Maybe when you learn some things about this area, you can give me some tips. How does that sound?

 

New Mice

There are 7 new mice in the Jungle of Dread that a hunter won’t have encountered before, and none of these mice can be found in other locations.


Chitinous

Fetid Swamp

Jurassic

Magma Carrier

Prima

Stonework Warrior

Swarm of Pygmy Mice

 

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Cheese and Mice

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.

The Mice of the Jungle of Dread

Here is a breakdown of the various mice that can be found in the location, and what loot they might drop:

Mouse
(Known Cheese Preferences)
Group
(Weaknesses)
Potential Loot Drop Rate
Chitinous The Dreaded Horde
1 Burroughs Laboratory Map Piece (Max 1) Unknown
Fire Salt Unknown
Runic Potion Unknown
1 Timeless Mystic Gem (Max 1) Unknown
Fetid Swamp The Dreaded Horde
1 Burroughs Laboratory Map Piece (Max 1) Unknown
Fire Salt Unknown
1 Hinge of Eternity (Max 1) Unknown
Runic Potion Unknown
Jurassic The Dreaded Horde
1 Ancient Relic Staff (Max 1) Unknown
1 Burroughs Laboratory Map Piece (Max 1) Unknown
Fire Salt Unknown
Runic Potion Unknown
Magma Carrier The Dreaded Horde
1 Burroughs Laboratory Map Piece (Max 1) Unknown
1 Encrusted Metal of Time (Max 1) Unknown
Fire Salt Unknown
Runic Potion Unknown
Primal The Dreaded Horde
1 Burroughs Laboratory Map Piece (Max 1) Unknown
1 Ethereal Rope (Max 1) Unknown
Fire Salt Unknown
Runic Potion Unknown
Stonework Warrior The Dreaded Horde
1 Burroughs Laboratory Map Piece (Max 1) Unknown
1 Engraved Solid Stone Slab (Max 1) Unknown
Fire Salt Unknown
Runic Potion Unknown
Swarm of Pygmy Mice The Dreaded Horde
Vanilla Bean Unknown
Sylvan Forest Guild
 
None
Occassional Visitors
(These mice are not always encountered in this location)
Glitchpaw Event Mice
Vanilla Bean Unknown

 

Mice Populations

We currently do not have enough results for Mice Populations.

 

Each of the 6 power mice here has their own preference of a specific brand of havarti cheese.

The only choice of cheese you have is when hunting for the Swarm of Pygmy Mice. Gouda is the cheaper option, but other cheese will work as well.

 

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Setup Options

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Goals

Here is a selection of Goals that a hunter may like to achieve:

Collect the Loot for the Ancient Box Trap

Each of the six powerful mice in the Jungle drop one loot item required for crafting the Ancient Box Trap, therefore you will need to catch at least one of all the mice.

We have very limited information on the likelyhood of each mouse dropping, but it’s probably worth planning to catch four of them to give yourself a good chance of obtaining the loot.

 

Collect Fire Salt

After collecting the 6 pieces of loot the main reason to hunt in the Jungle of Dread is to collect Fire Salt for use in Inferno Havarti.

Generally hunting for the Primal mouse is the best way to collect Fire Salt, Yellow Pepper Seeds are also the easiest to collect.

 

Collect Runic Potions

Runic Potions are dropped by the following mice: Chitinous (up to 2), Fetid Swamp (up to 1), Jurassic (up to 2), Magma Carrier (up to 3), Primal (up to 1) and Stonework Warrior (up to 1).

If you’re trying to collect these potions, the obvious choice is the hunt for the Magma Carrier, as they have the greatest potential drop, even though they are the hardest of the mice to catch.

Collecting Runic Potions offers further potential returns when used against the Acolyte, sometimes the Mysterious Box dropped by Acolytes contains additional Fire Salt.

 

Collect Vanilla Beans

Vanilla Beans are dropped quite regularly by the Swarm of Pygmy Mice.

A powerful Shadow trap will obviously help in catching this mouse, and high luck will encourage the Swarm of Pygmy Mice to drop slightly more often.

While it is possible to use Vanilla Stilton to get more Vanilla Beans, it is not recommended.

Due to a higher attraction rate and a lower encounter rate of Sylvans. you will get more Swarm of Pygmy mice with Vanilla Stilton than you would with Gouda.

If your trap is strong enough to catch most of these mice, you will obviously get more Vanilla Beans dropping.

 

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Related Cheese

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Crunchy Havarti

Magical Havarti

Pungent Havarti

Spicy Havarti

Sweet Havarti

 

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Thank you to all who have contributed so far and will do so in the future.

 

This article contains information relevant to MouseHunt v3.

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