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Beta Mouse Bot

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Mechanical Beta Mouse Bot
Location Location M.S. Solar
Level 1
Type Mechanical
Sub Type Rookie Robot
Max HP HP-Icon.png 40
Attack Atk-Icon.png 15
Defense Def-Icon.png 0
Focus Foc-Icon.png 10
Resistance None
Credits Credits 0
Item Chance Rank
Health-small.pngHealth Pickup x 100% 20% HP<80%
Enemies of the M.S. Solar
Tr4in-0-sprite.png Tr4in-0Mouse-robot-sprite.png Beta Mouse BotBot-sprite.png Rhombus Enforcer 1.0Training-turret-sprite.png Rhombus Heavy Turret 1.0Attack-robot-sprite.png ShredderHuge-Hostile-Crab.png Huge Hostile Crab

The Beta Mouse Bot is a mechanical enemy in CrossWorlds. It is found in Carla's obstacle course on the MS Solar.

Beta Mouse Bot
A small mouse robot used by Carla to teach Lea how to throw at faster moving objects. They won't attack and just run away when you hit them.
-Monster Fibula report

Appearance[edit | edit source]

The Beta Mouse Bot is a small, mouse-shaped robot made of grey metal. It looks identical to its variations the Uber Beta Mouse Bot and the Ultra Mouse; the three are distinguished only by their behavior.

Combat[edit | edit source]

Unlike most enemies, the Beta Mouse Bot is not aggressive and will not damage Lea. It darts around in random directions, moving in quick bursts and pausing in between. It can drop down platforms, but is unable to climb or jump.

Strategies[edit | edit source]

As Beta Mouse Bots do not attack, no special strategy is needed to defeat them.

Locations[edit | edit source]

M.S. Solar
Cargo Hold 3: x22 fought as part of obstacle course

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • The Beta Mouse Bot was first introduced in the TechDemo, and is the only enemy to have appeared in all released versions of CrossCode.
  • Despite the Monster Fibula showing that it gives you one experience, it doesn't give you any.