5200 power, 12% power bonus, 0% attraction bonus, 5 luck, No cheese effect
Completely necessary and very useful for catching Dragon Mice, this trap also catches the Gargantuamouse on the Fiery Warpath. Most indigenous mice are weak to Draconic power as well, making this a viable option for hunting in Gnawnia, but honestly, why are you hunting in Gnawnia with the Ice Maiden?
4950 power, 30% power bonus, 5% attraction bonus, 12 luck, Extremely Stale cheese effect
The most expensive trap in the history of Ronza Traps (as of 2014), the Dragon Lance carried an astronomical price tag of 8.9 million gold. It’s stats are much, much better than it’s in-game counterpart listed above, but still, for 8.9 million gold, the cost was prohibitive for many hunters. Since there are only 4 mice in the game where you need a Draconic trap to catch them (and two of them are suspect, and the other is incredibly rare and pointless), many people wondered if the price tag was worth it considering they only use it mainly to hunt for Dragon mice (and it only increases your catch rate by 3%).
I have other thoughts on this trap though. I personally believe that the new content area is going to have a draconic power element to it, besides the obvious hydro traps (it is underwater afterall). Or, perhaps the devs just wanted to get rid of a lot of gold in the game. Well, if that was the case, they succeeded.
Parental Power (just, stupid)
525 power, 5% power bonus, 0% attraction bonus, 5 luck, No cheese effect
I’m being a little TOO thorough by including this trap. It was only moderately useful during Mousehunt’s second birthday, and is completely irrelevant now. Good riddance.