The inventory contains items your mouse have earned (usually through events) and can be accessed by pressing I on your keyboard. However, unlike badges, titles, and cartouches, these inventory items are not permanent. They come in three types:
- Consumables: When used, these will disappear while performing some action in return.
- Event items: These show your progress in an event / adventure, and disappear after the event is over. Some of them are earned by touching a recoltable.
- Relics: Very similar to event items in that they earn you rewards and disappear after events, these must first be "assembled" by collecting fragments to earn rewards.
Inventory items first appeared during the 2014 fishing event.
The inventory is listed first by type:
Consumables are the most common type of inventory item, as they persist event after events, and are tradable (assuming the other player doesn't have the max amount). See Consumables for more detail. Consumables have a silver or gold border.
These consumables are specifically linked to an event, and will disappear after the event is over (even if they had a "use" option). Event items typically have a rainbow border. Note that event related consumables are different than these, as they persist after events.
|2100||Red Present||Christmas 2014|
|2101||Blue Present||Christmas 2014|
|2102||Green Present||Christmas 2014|
|2103||Yellow Present||Christmas 2014|
|2104||Pink Present||Christmas 2014|
|2200||A+||Back to School 2015|
|2201||F||Back to School 2015|
|2204||Blood Bottle||Halloween 2015|
|2210||Red Present||Christmas 2015|
|2211||Green Present||Christmas 2015|
|2212||Astrological Cheese||New Year's 2016|
|2213||Astrological Cheese||New Year's 2016|
|2214||Astrological Cheese||New Year's 2016|
|2215||Astrological Cheese||New Year's 2016|
|2216||Astrological Cheese||New Year's 2016|
|2217||Astrological Cheese||New Year's 2016|
|2218||Astrological Cheese||New Year's 2016|
|2219||Astrological Cheese||New Year's 2016|
|2220||Astrological Cheese||New Year's 2016|
|2221||Astrological Cheese||New Year's 2016|
|2222||Astrological Cheese||New Year's 2016|
|2223||Astrological Cheese||New Year's 2016|
|2224||Cheesecake Slice||Epiphany 2016|
|2236||Heart||Valentine's Day 2016|
|2237||Checkered Flag||Carnaval de Rio 2016|
|2238||Purple/Black Raspberry||Rain 2016|
|2245||Yellow/Golden Raspberry||Rain 2016|
|2249||Shaman Tail Ornament||Armageddon 2016|
|2242||Four-Leaf Clover||Saint Patrick's Day 2016|
|2243||Lucky Horseshoe||Saint Patrick's Day 2016|
|2244||Pot o' gold||Saint Patrick's Day 2016|
|2248||Chef's Hat||Kitchen Party 2016|
|2310||Mystery Seed||Summer 2016|
|2317||Rainbow Onion||Summer 2016|
|2318||Watering Can||Summer 2016|
|2320||Gardening Hoe||Summer 2016|
|2334||A+||Back to School 2016|
|2335||F||Back to School 2016|
|2336||Cat Skull||Halloween 2016|
|2337||Door Handle||Halloween 2016|
|2382||Soulmate coin||Christmas 2017|
Relics are a special type of inventory item that are obtained by collecting many fragments, and are exclusive to events. These disappear after an event. The fragments were tradeable.
Event's that used relics are:
This relic set consisted of 110 unique inventory items, with 100 fragments, and 10 completed relics.
The Halloween 2014 Enigma also had various special things as well.
This relic set consisted of 70 unique inventory items, with 60 fragments, and 10 completed relics. This event consists of the IDs 2111-2199, with the following IDs skipped: 2117, 2124, 2131, 2138, 2145, 2152, 2159, 2166, 2173, 2180, 2181-2189. The relics consist of the IDs 2190-2199; but based on the skipped numbers appearing right after a set of fragments, they were most likely initially planned to fill those spots, but were also most likely moved to number after all the fragments so that they would appear at the bottom of the Inventory.
Reuses relics and maps from Fishing 2014, but instead only uses 4 of the 10 sets.
Relics from Christmas 2014 re-used.
- Previous to V1.284, inventory items were listed in the inventory based on their ID #, with lower numbers at the top, and higher ones at the bottom; this caused event items to appear at the bottom due to their ID being in the thousands.