The MG Midget, on the other hand, is both inexpensive to buy and cheap to own, which is an uncommon combination. It's difficult to top in terms of fun and style for money, and it's still an excellent beginner classic. The Midget has a small engine but loads of character, so you know it will run hard all the way. In fact, it's one of the most reliable cars in its class.
They're also very easy to work on, which isn't always the case with more expensive classics. You can usually fix even the worst damage with a little bit of elbow grease and some parts from modern equivalents. They also make great drivers, with good visibility, tight handling, and quick reflexes coming standard equipment. If you want a car that will give you lots of fun while not breaking the bank, then consider an MG Midget.
To kill, there are five loot midgets: Shorty in Crimson. Diver from the Dumpster. The Destroyer.
There are also three boss loot midgets: Gremlin, Ghastly and Greenie. But they don't appear on any maps and cannot be used to unlock secrets.
Midgets can be created by using the Loot Bag item found in some chests or dropped by monsters. There is a maximum of three loot midgets that can be carried at a time. When this limit is reached, any new ones created will be discarded.
The looting ability is one of the most useful skills for killing enemies in Cursed Creeper's map. It has a range of 10 meters and allows you to pick up items while moving. This makes it easy to collect rare treasures hidden around the environment.
Loot midgets can be given commands to carry out specific tasks. There are five types of commands: Carry (midget carries an item from one place to another). Drop (drops an item). Use (requires the use of a skill to activate). Free (freezes the midget), Destroy (destroys the midget).
Legendaries may absolutely be obtained by looting midgets in standard mode. I farmed these once on normal, and they appear to have the same drop rate as the other settings. There are also some fairy loot boxes that contain Legendaries if you're lucky.
Note that since midgets only have four main attributes (Strength, Dexterity, Intelligence, and Wisdom), they can only hold four items at a time. Therefore, you should break up any Legendary drops into four separate inventory slots. When you next log in, those items will still be there waiting for you!
Midget farming isn't difficult and doesn't take long. You just need to kill three types of monsters in order to fill your bag with treasure. The midget themselves are not drop-offable objects, but rather they congregate in certain areas of the map where there are lots of treasures to be had. Find one of these "loot spots" and start killing things!
You can see the locations of all the midges on the world map. They are indicated by little black dots.
You can also mark specific locations as "farmed" on the map. This allows you to return to them later when you have enough gold or crafting materials collected to open up more treasure boxes.