(Limited Edition) Traps and Bases

Everything that‘s Limited Edition (LE) will never come back. If you don‘t get itRonza during the time it is available, you will never be able to get it again. Limited Edition items are released during certain Events. The most important of these Events is the periodic visit of the flying merchant, Ronza, who visits the Kingdom of Gnawnia in regular yet unforeseeable intervals. She’s usually out searching the world for strong traps, bases, and charms. And when she comes, she opens her shop for a few days and sells to hunters who are lucky enough to be around and can pay her often incredibly high prices. After a short while, she‘s gone again and people might have to wait an entire year or longer for her to return. Don‘t ask when Ronza‘s next visit will be. Nobody knows, probably not even the Devs themselves. (Well, that is until they decide on a date, of course.)

LE shieldIf you arm an LE trap and/or base, an LE emblem will appear in your setup window.

Usually, no LE trap is better than the top trap of its particular power type. So there‘s no reason to feel cheated. Sure, LE stuff can be tremendously helpful for lower ranks, but in the end the playing field is leveled.

In this chapter I will attempt to give my personal recommendations concerning some Bases and Weapons. I will try to outline the natural progression through the walk of the game. This has become rather difficult, because so many different things factor into the decision of buying or arming a certain piece of equipment. It used to be simple, because one Base or one Weapon was stronger than the other. Recommendation done! These days though, things have become much more diverse, and often not just brute force or sheer luck will decide a piece of equipment’s worth, but special abilities may come into play.
I will not mention every single Base or Weapon. There are just too many in the game by now. The ones I mention are the ones that I recommend getting as you go through the game.

Limited Edition equipment is another story altogether. My recommendations will be lined out as if there are no LE Bases or Weapons. If you happen to have a stronger or luckier LE item, do the math, compare the stats, and see if you wouldn’t benefit from arming it instead of going with my recommendations. I always calculate that 1 Luck is roughly equal to 300 Power. However, it is worth noting that the Luck effect rises exponentially, so the more Luck an item has, the bigger the effect on catch rate will be. Another thing to keep in mind is that tougher mice are more affected by Power than by Luck. There’s a bit of a shift in the game where it starts to make sense to go with more Power rather than more Luck. This roughly starts around Duke level and is certainly true for the Rift areas.

LE items
In this section I will give recommendations for new LE items as they pop up in the game, either during an event or during a Ronza visit. Once this happens, make sure to come here and I will have updated this part of the guide, so that you know if a certain LE item is worth buying or not.
Once the LE items in question become unavailable, I will delete their entry from the guide to make room for future LE stuff.

~ Stay tuned ~


This is my recommendation for the early ranks. Go from Base to Base like I outline below. You may skip every other non-LE Base you encounter in between:

Wooden Base
Wooden Base with Target
Fan Base
Dehydration Base
Aqua Base

If at any point you acquire a Base from an event that has at least 8 Luck, any Base from the above list becomes obsolete and you should stick with your event and/or LE Base for general hunting.

The next non-LE base you want to get is the Overgrown Ember Stone Base at the Queso River. Not only will it be able to beat several LE Bases you may have acquired in the meantime, but it also pumps extra Bland Queso from the river, and should therefore be the standard Base when hunting in the area.

The next better Base is the Minotaur Base from the Labyrinth and City of Zokor complex. It is the best Base at this point, potentially only edged out by the Prestige Base, acquired in the Valour Rift. The Prestige Base gains stats according to which floor you can make it to in that area, as well as your number of Total Eclipse catches during one run.
Alternatively, the Mino Base can be improved upon by getting the Adorned Empyrean Refractor Base in the Floating Islands, but the Prestige Base can be made to even outclass this Base! So depending on your Prestige Base stats when you enter the Floating Islands, you may be able to skip the Adorned Empyrean Refractor Base altogether.

As far as Rift Bases go, the general progression is:
Rift Base
Fracture Base
Fissure Base
You need both Rift and Fracture Base in order to get the Fissure Base.

Technically, you could skip them all and go directly for Clockwork Base, but you really want to have at least some Rift Base for the earlier Rift areas to get the Riftstalker Set (Rift Weapon, Rift Base, and Rift Charm combination).
After Clockwork, you will want to go for the Prestige Base, and not just for the Rift areas, as it can potentially be made more powerful than even Mino and Empyrean.

Some other Bases worth considering for certain locations are the following (sorted by early access area to later access area). Those in bold are strongly recommended for crafting/purchasing.

Forbidden Grove:
Runic Base (LE) (loot extra Runes)

Tribal Islands:
Tribal Kaboom Base (LE) (increases loot)
Vegetation Base (LE) (get an extra Pepper for each Seed you loot)

Toxic Spill:
Washboard Base (slight increase in stats when used in this area)
Polluted Base (extra Luck if paired with Polluted Charms; mice can drop Radioactive Curd)
Refined Pollutinum Base (extra Luck if paired with Polluted Charms; mice can drop Radioactive Curd)

Magnet Base (better attraction of Tunnel Rats in Treacherous Tunnels)
Remote Detonator Base (pushes further upon Bomb Squad catches in the Bombing Run)
Spiked Base (no pushback from Brutes in Brutal Bulwarks)
Hearthstone Base (repels Zealots in Mad Depths)
Deep Freeze Base (opens up Hidden Depths)
Ultimate Iceberg Base (LE) (all of the above combined)

Fort Rox:
Electromagnetic Meteorite Base (LE) (chance of looting extra Meteorite Pieces)

Sandtail Desert:
Desert Heater Base (LE) (uses Flameshards to create bonus loot drops)

Living Garden:
Living Base (doubles Petals and Herbs)
Hothouse Base (LE) (doubles Petals and Herbs)
Aurora Base (LE) (chance of generating a random Essence)

Queso River:
Overgrown Ember Stone Base (generates extra Bland Queso)

Fungal Cavern:
Living Grove Base (loot extra Cavern Fungi or Nightshades)

Labyrinth Base (reduces chance of Dead End Clues)
Treasure Seeker Base (LE) (reduces chance of Dead End Clues; chance to change clues into Treasury clue)
Minotaur Base (reduces chance of Dead End Clues)
Thief Base (LE) (in Stealth mode: 50% chance of not losing stealth; in Heist mode: losing twice as much stealth, but also gaining twice as much loot)

Moussu Picchu:
Denture Base and Signature Series Denture Base (can be fueled with Ful’Mina toothlets for extra stats and then used anywhere in the kingdom)
Forecaster Base (LE) (doubles weather intensity gained)

Furoma Rift:
Enerchi Induction Base (loot extra Enerchi)
Attuned Enerchi Induction Base (loot extra Enerchi and Battery Fragments)
Furoma Base (LE) (loot extra Tokens)

The ones in bold are highly recommended. The locations listed are where you acquire them.


Obelisk of Slumber
Obelisk of Incineration (may be skipped)

Nutcracker Nuisance Trap (LE) (increases Lich loot in Balack’s Cove)

Fort Rox:
Droid Archmagus

skip Grand Arcanum Trap

Event Horizon Trap

Floating Islands:
Circlet of Seeking Trap
Circlet of Pursuing Trap


Acolyte Realm:
Ice Maiden

Queso Canyon:
Blazing Ember Spear Trap

Moussu Picchu:
Dragonvine Ballista Trap
Storm Wrought Ballista Trap
Dragon Slayer Cannon


skip Forgotten Pressure Plate Trap

Trible Isles:
Ancient Box Trap

Forgotten Art of Dance (available during the MH Birthday event)

Queso Canyon:
Scarlet Ember Root Trap

Fungal Cavern:
Crystal Mineral Crusher Trap (LE) (loot extra Minerals)
Crystal Crucible Trap

Endless Labyrinth Trap
Infinite Labyrinth Trap

Floating Islands:
Thought Manipulator Trap
Thought Obliterator Trap

Acolyte Realm:
Father Winter’s Timepiece Trap (LE) (+2000 Power for every Acolyte caught until a Chrono is caught)


S.S. Huntington:
Net Cannon (more luck than Harpoon Gun, therefore preferable at this stage)

Tribal Isles:
Ancient Spear Gun

Scum Scrubber may be skipped

Heat Bath may be skipped if Slushy Shoreline is in reach

Slushy Shoreline:
Steam Laser Mk. I

skip Mk. II and Mk. III and leave the Iceberg aside until you have the Oasis Water Node Trap or better

Super Scum Scrubber may be skipped (loots extra Crude Pollutinum)

Oasis Water Node Trap

Living Garden:
Phantasmic Oasis Trap (definitely get it if you want to do Sunken City before you get the Queso Fount Trap!)

Sunken City:
Rune Shark Trap
School of Sharks Trap (these two may be skipped if you decide to go for Queso Fount Trap immediately)

Queso Geyser:
Queso Fount Trap


Claw Shot City:

Gnawnian Express:
Bandit Deflector
Engine Doubler
Supply Grabber
(start with either Bandit Deflector or Engine Doubler, definitely get Supply Grabber last)

Fort Rox
Meteor Prison Core Trap (Judge Droid Trap may be skipped, especially if you got Queso Factory Trap during the Birthday Event)

Queso Canyon:
Ember Prison Core Trap

Floating Islands:
S.T.I.N.G.E.R. Trap
(Ember Prison Core Trap is already stronger than the S.T.I.N.G. Trap, but you need S.T.I.N.G. to get S.T.I.N.G.E.R.)


In the initial stages, get any trap you want. The differences in catch rate are going to be very small.

Swiss Army Mouse Trap
NVMRC Forcefield Trap

Town of Digby:
Digby Drillbot

Tribal Isles:
Enraged Rhinobot

Fiery Warpath:
Sandtail Sentinel
or go directly for Sandstorm MonstroBot
Warden Slayer Trap (LE) (for Wave 4)

Queso Geyser:
you can skip MonstroBot and go directly for Smoldering Stone Sentinel

Ancient Gauntlet Trap (LE) (doubles Tier 2 Potion drops)
Festive Gauntlet Crusher Trap (LE) (doubles Tier 3 Potion drops)


Gnawnia Rift:
Crystal Tower

Burroughs Rift:
Focused Crystal Laser (I’d go with this one over Multi-Crystal Laser since it has more Power, which seems to be beneficial in the Rift areas)

Furoma Rift:

Bristle Woods Rift:
Timesplit Dissonance Trap

Valour Rift:
Celestial Dissonance Trap


Sinister Portal (slightly better than Ambrosial Portal)

Tribal Isles:
Gorgon Trap or Clockapult of Time, depending on your finances

Jungle of Dread:
Dreaded Totem Trap (LE)

skip Reaper’s Perch

Fort Rox:
Moonbeam Barrier Trap (LE) (always catches Battering Ram Mouse)
Interdimensional Crossbow Trap

skip Clockwork Portal Trap

Temporal Turbine


Great Gnarled Tree:
Venus Mouse Trap, make into Mutated Venus Mouse Trap as soon as possible

skip Zugzwang’s Last Move

Ambush Trap

Tribal Isles:
Thorned Venus Mouse Trap, make into Horrific Venus Mouse Trap as soon as possible

Zugzwang’s Tower:
Zugzwang’s First Move
Mystic and Technic Pawn Pincher are must-haves, Obvious Ambush Trap and Blackstone Pass Trap are optional

Crystal Library:
Zurreal’s Folly (only trap that can catch Zurreal)

Muridae Market:
Dimension Chest Trap can be skipped if you go directly for Sphynx Wrath

Fiery Warpath:
Sphynx Wrath (can technically be skipped if you can already go for Gouging Geyserite Trap)

Queso Geyser:
Gouging Geyserite Trap

Floating Islands:
Sleeping Stone Trap
Slumbering Boulder Trap

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54 responses to “(Limited Edition) Traps and Bases

  1. lala

    July 24, 2014 at 11:40 am

    VVT is better than Chesla’s ? 😮 I know the luck plays a big part in it, but Chesla’s seem to perform better overall doesn’t it ? Especially on MOJOs. Just my personal experience

    • MozKa

      July 25, 2014 at 6:31 pm

      In that situation Chesla might actually have the edge, since it lacks luck but is more powerful, which is good if you’re up against very powerful boss mice. For less high profile targets I’d give the edge to VVT.
      It is indeed tough to compare these, though. And it probably doesn’t make much of a difference in this case, against Mojo they are probably on par 🙂

      • Doggyshakespeare

        October 15, 2014 at 1:49 pm

        I would put Chesla’s Revenge either as roughly equal to VVT or in front of VVT. Chesla’s 1000+ power more than makes up for the 1 luck edge ZFM has. Of course, it is debatable wether 4 luck is better or less than 1000+ power, so like I said, roughly equal or better.

  2. JA

    October 11, 2014 at 11:45 am

    The dance isn’t LE the last time I checked…

    • MozKa

      October 11, 2014 at 3:16 pm

      Right you are! Thought it was. Weird 🙂

  3. Leigh

    December 3, 2014 at 2:55 pm

    Need to add in the Rune Shark and School of Sharks…

    • MozKa

      December 27, 2014 at 4:52 pm

      Looks like I’m lagging behind 😀

  4. Dan

    April 26, 2015 at 5:46 pm

    How good is Snow Barrage?

    • MozKa

      May 14, 2015 at 9:39 am

      Hard to say. Very high luck, very low power. It’s a decent trap for everything up to Warpath, after that it will probably be advisable to get something stronger.

      • Dan

        July 17, 2015 at 7:31 am

        So it’s fine to use it for Tribal Isles and Zugzwang and not get HVMT or First Move?

        • MozKa

          July 17, 2015 at 10:26 pm

          It might work, yes. I’d say it’s definitely good enough for the Tribal Isles. I would try a Tower run with it, and if it doesn’t seem to totally suck it’s probably ok to skip the other traps.

  5. Chong Khai

    May 7, 2015 at 5:06 am

    need to add the golem

    • MozKa

      May 14, 2015 at 9:37 am

      Yes, it seems I keep neglecting this page 🙂

  6. DC

    August 8, 2015 at 9:50 am

    Isnt the dreaded totem trap>the maniacle BE? I mean 3000 power vs 2600, 15% p.bonus vs 10% and only losing out by 3 luck :/ definitely weaker than perch but these two are debatable

    • MozKa

      August 20, 2015 at 6:07 am

      I chose to give the edge to the Maniacal Brain Extractor, because I think in combination with the right base the power bonus might make more of a difference than the Luck stats, especially with a Luck level that low (the higher the luck, the more it makes a difference, since the effect rises exponentially, not in a linear fashion as it is with power).
      But you’re right, the difference is not very big. In the end the two traps might be on par.

  7. RyanDGazpacho

    September 1, 2015 at 10:44 am

    I agree with you that the Dreaded Totem was made to give hunters the edge specifically in JoD. So Maniacal Brain Extractor might be better than Dreaded Totem elsewhere.
    For those who only has a Portal trap and wish to hunt in JoD(and doesnt have Dreaded Totem) should he get Gorgons or Clockapult?
    So Fissure base is better than Tidal base? (That means currently it’s the best in the whole game!)
    Where is Warpath Thrasher in the Physical section?
    And is Steam MK I better than Heatbath? because i think Heatbath is really expensive and a Steam MK I has better stats.

    • MozKa

      September 5, 2015 at 5:27 pm

      If you have the gold, definitely go with Clockapult. If not, maybe you will opt for earning it instead of going with Gorgon. If you want to move on quickly, Gorgon will be fine. But keep in mind that sooner or later you’ll need the Clockapult anyway in order to craft the Clockwork Portal.

      Yes, Fissure Base is indeed the best base as of this moment. Maybe there is some rarely used trap/base/charm combination that would give the Tidal Base the edge… But I doubt it would come up very often in everyday hunting.

      The Warpath Thrasher is hard to compare with the other traps, because its stats are so dependend on the amount of mice still left in the wave. I chose not to put it on this page for that reason. It’s just too special 🙂 And, let’s face it, since the introduction of the Chrome Monstro, it no longer serves any purpose, as Chromstro beats it.

      Yes, Steam Laser Mk. I is better than Heat Bath. Luck is the same, Power stats are higher 🙂 Heat Bath has become a pure collectors item. Nobody should get it to actually hunt with it. And if you’re not a collector, don’t bother with it.

  8. luqman ikmal

    October 30, 2015 at 5:58 pm

    mts or eerrier base ? :3

    • MozKa

      November 4, 2015 at 8:36 pm

      If by mts you mean Molten Shrapnel Base, definitely Eerier. Almost same power, more luck.

  9. Ac Bayudan

    November 26, 2015 at 5:42 pm

    You updated the bases for the Labyrinth, but neglected to even add how much better the last LE CNY base, the Sheep Jade is, when compared to the Horse/Snake Jade base.

    Also haven’t added in the Physical Brace base, which is a hell of a lot better than a lot of the bases when in Physical trap areas, like Warpath and Derr Dunes.

    • MozKa

      November 26, 2015 at 10:00 pm

      Yeah, I should change it to […] Jade Base, I don’t want to have to add every single one 🙂
      And I left out the Physical Brace Base, because it’s just too much of an oddity to safely and correctly compare it to other bases. I might try and think of a way to at least mention it though.

      • Ac Bayudan

        December 5, 2015 at 9:59 am

        It’s cool, I can see how much effort you put into your posts. I’ve been reffering to your blog for trap setups ever since I found it, thanks for your work!

        • MozKa

          December 12, 2015 at 11:03 am

          Thanks, and you’re welcome 🙂

  10. Callum

    June 29, 2016 at 6:44 am

    Time to add the latest round of traps from Ronza. I will admit that the Grand Arcanum is effectively obsolete f you have the gold right now.

    • MozKa

      July 2, 2016 at 4:49 pm

      I’ll get on it soon 🙂

  11. Pleiades

    July 5, 2016 at 9:30 am

    Hey got a question, with the introduction of minotaur base, and taking into account the gold cost, would it be better for us to skip rift base and farm for mino base first? Since it would help to a greater extent in farming gold in Brift compared to rift base.

    • MozKa

      July 6, 2016 at 1:16 am

      I guess that would be an option. It’s up to you though, I can’t say if it’s the way to go for you 🙂 Depends on your preferences.

  12. Sheryl Stewart

    October 5, 2016 at 9:14 am

    The +1000 power enhancement of the Depth Charge Base is what makes it so special while diving in Sunken City where it even beats the Tidal base (and almost all the others) hands down. Elsewhere, with its +10 luck, I find the Depth Charge base stats are nearly equal to both the [Monkey] Jade and Eerier bases.

  13. Cosmin

    December 16, 2016 at 10:06 am

    Where would the PartyBot, with its massive 25 luck, fit in the Physical trap bracket?

    • MozKa

      December 17, 2016 at 11:10 pm

      I’d say it’s probably comparable to the Enraged Rhino. I wouldn’t go so far as to call 25 luck “massive”, many Physical weapons come close or surpass that, while at the same time having more power, sometimes much more power.

  14. Flinchy

    March 26, 2018 at 5:08 am

    CRE has Anni reapers better than both interims Sonal crossbow and goldfrost. By about 2 catches per hundred hunts.

    It’s above temporal turbine too by.. about 1 per hundred, and below chrome temporal by 1.5/100.

    • MozKa

      March 26, 2018 at 10:17 pm

      Yeah, these new anniversary traps are hard to classify, because of the 10% chance of a guaranteed catch for a mouse of any strength. All I could do without data was to look at the stats of the traps and compare those. And even then it’s only ever a vague guess, because of the incalculable (at least for me 🙂 ) luck factor.

  15. DV

    April 4, 2018 at 2:09 pm

    How does molten shrapnel base tie spellbook?

    • MozKa

      April 4, 2018 at 10:05 pm

      Spellbook is better. The difference will not be dramatic though.
      I don’t recommend getting any of the two though, during events there are cheaper and better bases to be acquired each year 🙂

      • DV

        April 5, 2018 at 3:15 pm

        Strongest base rn is the 10 layer bday cake base from the recent birthday event. Was thinking of getting the spellbook base before advancing to warpath. Should I just stick with the 10 layer base instead?

        • MozKa

          April 5, 2018 at 9:54 pm

          Yes, that one will do fine. Spellbook has more power but less luck. Rule of thumb is power is more important for tough (boss) mice, while more luck helps with the other mice. Any 10 Luck base for the Warpath is good enough. The effort it takes to get Spellbook is not worth it in this case.

          • DV

            April 6, 2018 at 4:49 pm

            Thanks for all the help! Especially with the guide!!

            • MozKa

              April 6, 2018 at 10:46 pm

              You’re welcome, thanks for the support 🙂

  16. Nicholas

    July 30, 2018 at 11:47 am

    Sorry couldn’t find the comment section on Fort Rox page. Do you think nightlight charm worth buying now from Ronza to effectively help progressing in Fort Rox?

    • MozKa

      July 30, 2018 at 11:14 pm

      Yeah, I think it’s useful. Depends on your traps of course, and apparently they are more useful the later it gets at night. So a bit hard to calculate, but all in all I think they could be worth it for certain types of situations.

  17. Jacob

    March 22, 2019 at 6:49 am

    I guess you can put the banana birthday cake base into the mix. That base is insane for an event base.

    • MozKa

      March 22, 2019 at 10:26 pm

      The whole Base and Weapons page is getting a bit cluttered … I’ve been thinking about cleaning it up a little bit. Might do that soon.

  18. Yann Yiing

    May 24, 2019 at 4:17 pm

    Hi. Weapon stats are out for the traps in Queso Canyon. Are they the best traps in the game compared to SOS, Chrome Sphnyx Wrath, Chrome Monstrobot and Chrome Storm Wrought Ballista Trap?
    1. Queso Flount Trap Hydro
    2. Gouging geyserite Trap Tactical
    3. Smoldering Stone Sentinel Trap Physical
    4. Dragon Slayer Cannon Draconic
    Thank you.

    • MozKa

      May 24, 2019 at 10:53 pm

      In most cases, yes. Although some of the older traps are higher in Luck, the new traps are all higher in Power and Power Bonus. There may be a very few unlikely scenarios where the higher luck of the older traps may be an advantage, but in probably 95%+ of all cases the new traps will beat them.

      I have been thinking of how to re-do the Traps and Bases page, as I feel it’s getting too full and isn’t that user-friendly anymore. But so far I haven’t found a solution yet, so stay tuned, I guess 🙂

      • Eugene

        June 28, 2019 at 10:19 am

        Sir I hope you can give me a recommendation in what shadow trap to go with right now. My current rank is baron and hunting in seasonal garden, the only best trap I have right now for shadow type is gorgon. My question is shall I buy the LE moonbeam traptrapor or should I save my money and just wait to get the reaper’s perch or the crossbow. Pls sir help me decide. I’ve been having a hard time grinding for gold so I’m a bit hesitant to buy the LE trap. Thank you in advance for your help.

        • MozKa

          June 28, 2019 at 11:05 pm

          Definitely DON’T get the Reaper’s Perch! It’s outdated now, you can get other traps that are better, cheaper, and easier to come by.
          Honestly, in your case I would buy the Moonbeam Barrier trap. The Interdimensional Crossbow trap is better, but it’s also way more expensive, and it’s going to be really difficult to get the crafting materials you need in order to purchase it if you don’t have a half-decent Shadow trap.
          2.5 million for what the Moonbeam trap can do is not too expensive. Sure, you may have planned for something else to spend your gold on, and I know at your stage of the game gold is relatively hard to come by. Still, this trap is worth it and will make going through Fort Rox much easier! Attempting that with Gorgon alone would be suicide! 🙂
          And Moonbeam isn’t as good as the Interdimensional Crossbow, but it comes relatively close. So you won’t have to upgrade the instant you can. You could keep farming gold, upgrade later, and still have a decent Shadow trap to fall back on in the meantime.
          So yeah, my advice would absolutely be to buy the Moonbeam! I don’t think you’ll regret it. If you’re short on gold, you can always sell excess charms and crafting materials on the marketplace for some quick cash.

          • Gerald

            August 14, 2019 at 1:53 am

            Hi.. currently in the Living Gardern. Is Moonbeam Barrier Trap enough to get past this area or is it necessary to buy Interdimensional Crossbow? Thanks.

            • MozKa

              August 15, 2019 at 10:12 pm

              Necessary? No. You can get through that area with Moonbeam alone. You can even get through with lesser traps 🙂 Of course, the Crossbow would make things easier. It depends on your strategy and preferences.
              Personally, I would probably get the best Shadow trap available to me first, but that’s just me. If you’d like to get through the Living Garden as soon as possible before you start something else, then Moonbeam will be able to carry you through. People have gone through there with worse Shadow traps back when it first opened 🙂

              • Unidentified

                December 31, 2019 at 3:00 pm

                Will you add Queso Fount Trap? I don’t see it in the list.
                Bunch of new traps and bases with the event now too I guess.
                Thanks for doing this. It’s awesome 😎

              • MozKa

                December 31, 2019 at 7:34 pm

                Yeah, I haven’t updated the traps and bases page in a while. I started reworking it at some point, but I got stuck. I’m not sure how or when I’ll give it a new structure … until then it’ll stay outdated, I’m afraid.

  19. terence

    October 1, 2020 at 3:54 pm

    can you use the tarannosauras trap instead of the droid archmagus in Fort Rox?

    • MozKa

      October 1, 2020 at 8:23 pm

      No, Tarannosaurus is a Forgotten type trap, and Droid Archmagus is Arcane. Mice in Fort Rox can’t be caught with a Forgotten type trap, only Arcane and Shadow.

  20. scooby4me

    November 13, 2020 at 1:32 am

    Hi MozKa, you need to update this page with RH season 8 bases

    • MozKa

      November 13, 2020 at 1:40 pm

      Yup, I’ll add them soon 🙂


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