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[[File:Gags-about.png|thumb|300px|Gags]]
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[[File:Gags-about.png|thumb|Gags being used on cog. A [[rabbit]] blowing a Bugle at a [[Spin Doctor]], a [[mouse]] spraying a [[Seltzer Bottle]] at a [[Bean Counter]] and a [[cat]] throwing a [[Whole Cream Pie]] at a [[Flunky]]]]
A '''gag''' is a joke that is used to defeat the evil [[Cogs|cogs]]. When enough gags are used on a cog, it explodes from laughter. There are forty-nine gags, however only forty-two are obtainable. There are seven [[Gag Tracks|gag tracks]], with seven different gags in each. Each toon can only get six gag tracks. Each gag track starts with the weakest gag; stronger gags can be obtained by earning the designated amount of [[Gag Experience|experience points]]. A total of 10,000 experience points will reward the [[Toons|toon]] the [[Level 7 Gags|strongest gag]] in that gag track, and the toon will complete that gag track.
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A '''gag''' is a joke that is used to defeat the [[Cogs|cogs]]. When enough gags are used on a cog, it explodes from laughter. But if a [[Toons|toon]] goes [[Sad (battle)|sad]], they lose all the gags they have. There are forty-nine gags; however, only forty-two are obtainable.
   
Gags can be bought in [[Goofy's Gag Shop]] for one [[Jellybeans|jellybean]] each. There is a gag shop in every playground, except [[Chip 'n Dale's Acorn Acres]] and Goofy's Speedway. The first six gags in each gag track can be bought, but level seven gags must be earned by reaching ''0 to Go!'' or by harvesting the level seven gag from a [[Gag Trees|gag tree]].
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There are seven [[gag tracks]], with seven different gags in each. Each toon can only get six gag tracks. Each gag track starts with the weakest gag; stronger gags can be obtained by earning the designated amount of [[Skill points|experience points]]. A total of 10,000 experience points will reward the toon the [[Level 7 gags|strongest gag]] in that gag track, and the toon will complete that gag track.
   
Toons store all their gags in a pouch. Every toon starts with a small pouch, that can hold twenty gags. [[ToonTasks]] can reward bigger gag pouches. The biggest gag pouch is the large backpack, that can hold eighty gags.
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Gags can be bought in [[Goofy's Gag Shop]] for one [[Jellybeans|jellybean]] each. There is a gag shop in every playground, except [[Chip 'n Dale's Acorn Acres]] and [[Goofy Speedway|Goofy's Speedway]]. The first six gags in each gag track can be bought, but level seven gags must be earned by reaching 0 to Go! or by harvesting the level seven gag from a [[Gag trees|gag tree]].
   
Every toon starts with the level one Throw and Squirt gags; the [[Cupcake]] and the [[Squirting Flower]] respectively given from Tutorial Tom. All "cog-fighting" neighborhoods give toons the ability to choose a new gag track to train for, excluding Daisy Gardens and Donald's Dreamland. Once they have chosen the gag track, they can start doing Toontasks to earn gag track training film frames; 16 frames for a gag track training film are required to obtain the gag track. Toons may only obtain the final frame after they have done all of the other required Toontasks in their current neighborhood, including having earned the first fifteen of the sixteen frames.
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Toons store all their gags in a backpack. Every toon starts with a small pouch, that can hold twenty gags. [[Toontask]]s can reward bigger gag pouches. The biggest gag pouch is the large backpack, that can hold eighty gags.
   
In each neighborhood, excluding Donald's Dreamland and Daisy Gardens, you are given the chance to gain a gag track. The options switch every time. In Toontown Central, you can choose Toon-Up or Sound, in Donald's Dock Lure or Drop, in Minnie's Melodyland Toon-Up or Trap or Sound or Trap, and in The Brrrgh, the two gag tracks you do not have.
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Every toon starts with the level one Throw and Squirt gags; the Cupcake and the Squirting Flower respectively given from [[Tutorial Tom]]. All "cog-fighting" neighborhoods give toons the ability to choose a new gag track to train for, excluding Daisy Gardens and Donald's Dreamland. Once they have chosen the gag track, they can start doing toontasks to earn gag track training film frames; 16 frames for a gag track training film are required to obtain the gag track. Toons may only obtain the final frame after they have done all of the other required toontasks in their current neighborhood, including having earned the first fifteen of the sixteen frames.
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In each neighborhood (excluding [[Donald's Dreamland]] and [[Daisy Gardens]]), a toon is given the chance to gain a gag track. The options switch every time. In [[Toontown Central]], you can choose Toon-Up or Sound, in [[Donald's Dock]] Lure or Drop, in [[Minnie's Melodyland]] Toon-Up or Trap or Sound or Trap, and in [[The Brrrgh]], the two gag tracks you do not have.
   
 
==Gag tracks==
 
==Gag tracks==
===Toon-Up===
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{| border="0" cellpadding="1" cellspacing="1" class="article-table" style="width: 500px;"
{{Main|Toon-Up Gags}}
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|-
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| style="background-color:rgb(186,82,250);"|[[Toon-Up|Toon-up]]
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| style="background-color:rgb(250,140,255);"|[[File:Feather.png]]<br />[[Feather]]
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| style="background-color:rgb(250,140,255);"|[[File:Megaphone.png]]<br />[[Megaphone]]
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| style="background-color:rgb(250,140,255);"|[[File:Lipstick.png]]<br />[[Lipstick]]
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| style="background-color:rgb(250,140,255);"|[[File:Bamboo Cane.png]]<br />[[Bamboo Cane]]
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| style="background-color:rgb(250,140,255);"|[[File:Pixie Dust.png]]<br />[[Pixie Dust]]
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| style="background-color:rgb(250,140,255);"|[[File:Juggling Cubes.png]]<br />[[Juggling Cubes]]
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| style="background-color:rgb(250,140,255);"|[[File:High Dive.png]]<br />[[High Dive]]
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|-
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| style="background-color:rgb(250,238,62);"|[[Trap]]
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| style="background-color:rgb(250,238,150);"|[[File:Banana Peel.png]]<br />[[Banana Peel]]
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| style="background-color:rgb(250,238,150);"|[[File:Rake.png]]<br />[[Rake]]
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| style="background-color:rgb(250,238,150);"|[[File:Marbles.png]]<br />[[Marbles]]
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| style="background-color:rgb(250,238,150);"|[[File:Quicksand.png]]<br />[[Quicksand]]
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| style="background-color:rgb(250,238,150);"|[[File:Trapdoor.png]]<br />[[Trapdoor]]
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| style="background-color:rgb(250,238,150);"|[[File:TNT.png]]<br />[[TNT]]
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| style="background-color:rgb(250,238,150);"|[[File:Railroad.png]]<br />[[Railroad]]
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|-
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| style="background-color:rgb(87,209,63);"|[[Lure]]
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| style="background-color:rgb(140,209,100);"|[[File:$1 Bill.png]]<br />[[$1 Bill]]
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| style="background-color:rgb(140,209,100);"|[[File:Small Magnet.png]]<br />[[Small Magnet]]
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| style="background-color:rgb(140,209,100);"|[[File:$5 Bill.png]]<br />[[$5 Bill]]
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| style="background-color:rgb(140,209,100);"|[[File:Big Magnet.png]]<br />[[Big Magnet]]
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| style="background-color:rgb(140,209,100);"|[[File:$10 Bill.png]]<br />[[$10 Bill]]
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| style="background-color:rgb(140,209,100);"|[[File:Hypno Goggles.png]]<br />[[Hypno Goggles]]
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| style="background-color:rgb(140,209,100);"|[[File:Presentation.png]]<br />[[Presentation]]
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| style="background-color:rgb(80,99,222);"|[[Sound]]
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| style="background-color:rgb(140,160,222);"|[[File:Bike Horn.png]]<br />[[Bike Horn]]
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| style="background-color:rgb(140,160,222);"|[[File:Whistle.png]]<br />[[Whistle]]
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| style="background-color:rgb(140,160,222);"|[[File:Bugle.png]]<br />[[Bugle]]
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| style="background-color:rgb(140,160,222);"|[[File:Aoogah.png]]<br />[[Aoogah]]
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| style="background-color:rgb(140,160,222);"|[[File:Elephant Trunk.png]]<br />[[Elephant Trunk]]
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| style="background-color:rgb(140,160,222);"|[[File:Foghorn.png]]<br />[[Foghorn]]
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| style="background-color:rgb(140,160,222);"|[[File:Opera Singer.png]]<br />[[Opera Singer]]
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|-
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| style="background-color:rgb(245,159,34);"|[[Throw]]
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| style="background-color:rgb(245,200,80);"|[[File:Cupcake.png]]<br />[[Cupcake]]
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| style="background-color:rgb(245,200,80);"|[[File:Fruit Pie Slice.png]]<br />[[Fruit Pie Slice]]
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| style="background-color:rgb(245,200,80);"|[[File:Cream Pie Slice.png]]<br />[[Cream Pie Slice]]
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| style="background-color:rgb(245,200,80);"|[[File:Whole Fruit Pie.png]]<br />[[Whole Fruit Pie]]
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| style="background-color:rgb(245,200,80);"|[[File:Whole Cream Pie.png]]<br />[[Whole Cream Pie]]
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| style="background-color:rgb(245,200,80);"|[[File:Birthday Cake.png]]<br />[[Birthday Cake]]
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| style="background-color:rgb(245,200,80);"|[[File:Wedding Cake.png]]<br />[[Wedding Cake]]
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| style="background-color:rgb(232,79,215);"|[[Squirt]]
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| style="background-color:rgb(220,130,155);"|[[File:Squirting Flower.png]]<br />[[Squirting Flower]]
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| style="background-color:rgb(220,130,155);"|[[File:Glass of Water.png]]<br />[[Glass of Water]]
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| style="background-color:rgb(220,130,155);"|[[File:Squirt Gun.png]]<br />[[Squirt Gun]]
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| style="background-color:rgb(220,130,155);"|[[File:Seltzer Bottle.png]]<br />[[Seltzer Bottle]]
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| style="background-color:rgb(220,130,155);"|[[File:Fire Hose.png]]<br />[[Fire Hose]]
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| style="background-color:rgb(220,130,155);"|[[File:Storm Cloud.png]]<br />[[Storm Cloud]]
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| style="background-color:rgb(220,130,155);"|[[File:Geyser.png]]<br />[[Geyser]]
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| style="background-color:rgb(59,207,227);"|[[Drop]]
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| style="background-color:rgb(100,220,227);"|[[File:Flower Pot.png]]<br />[[Flower Pot]]
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| style="background-color:rgb(100,220,227);"|[[File:Sandbag.png]]<br />[[Sandbag]]
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| style="background-color:rgb(100,220,227);"|[[File:Anvil.png]]<br />[[Anvil]]
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| style="background-color:rgb(100,220,227);"|[[File:Big Weight.png]]<br />[[Big Weight]]
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| style="background-color:rgb(100,220,227);"|[[File:Safe.png]]<br />[[Safe]]
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| style="background-color:rgb(100,220,227);"|[[File:Grand Piano.png]]<br />[[Grand Piano]]
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| style="background-color:rgb(100,220,227);"|[[File:Toontanic.png]]<br />[[Toontanic]]
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|}
   
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===Toon-Up===
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{{Main|Toon-Up}}
 
Toon-Up gags heal toons in battle. They are the first gags to be used during battle. Some Toon-Up gags target one toon; others target all toons besides the toon using the gag. Toon-Up gags have a medium accuracy. The Toon-Up gags are:
 
Toon-Up gags heal toons in battle. They are the first gags to be used during battle. Some Toon-Up gags target one toon; others target all toons besides the toon using the gag. Toon-Up gags have a medium accuracy. The Toon-Up gags are:
 
*[[Feather]]
 
*[[Feather]]
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===Trap===
 
===Trap===
{{Main|Trap Gags}}
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{{Main|Trap}}
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Trap gags are the second gags to be used in battle. Unlike other gags, Trap gags need the aid of Lure gags. Trap gags are deployed in front of the cog, and when the cog is lured, it falls into the trap. However, if another toon uses Trap on the same cog, the trap will disappear. Trap gags have a perfect accuracy. The Trap gags are:
Trap gags are the second gags to be used in battle. Unlike other gags, Trap gags need the aid of [[Lure Gags|Lure gags]]. Trap gags are deployed in front of the cog, and when the cog is lured, it falls into the trap, however if another toon uses Trap on the same cog, the trap will disappear. Trap gags have a perfect accuracy. The Trap gags are:
 
 
*[[Banana Peel]]
 
*[[Banana Peel]]
 
*[[Rake]]
 
*[[Rake]]
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===Lure===
 
===Lure===
{{Main|Lure Gags}}
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{{Main|Lure}}
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Lure gags are the defense mechanism. They are the third gags to be used in battle. Lure gags lure the cog(s) forward, stunning them in the process. Once they are lured, they will stay lured for a number of rounds, depending on the gag used. If the Lure is successful, the cog or cogs will not attack for a series of rounds. Lure gags are necessary for trap gags to work. Lure gags have a low accuracy (medium accuracy if organic). If a toon attacks a cog that is lured, there is a 50% chance a lure bonus is added to the damage dealt. The Lure gags are:
Lure gags are the defense mechanism. They are the third gags to be used in battle. Lure gags lure the cog(s) forward, stunning them in the process. Once they are lured, they will stayed lured for a number of rounds, depending on the gag used. If the lure is successful, the cog or cogs will not attack for a series of rounds. Lure gags are necessary for Trap gags to work. Lure gags have a low accuracy. If a toon attacks a cog that is lured, there is a 50% chance a lure bonus is added to the damage dealt. When Sound gags are used on lured cogs, they will be un-lured. The Lure gags are:
 
 
*[[$1 Bill]]
 
*[[$1 Bill]]
 
*[[Small Magnet]]
 
*[[Small Magnet]]
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===Sound===
 
===Sound===
{{Main|Sound Gags}}
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{{Main|Sound}}
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Sound gags target all cogs. They are the fourth gags to be used in battle. It is the only gag track where every gag targets all cogs. Sound gags have a high accuracy, but does not do lots of damage. The Sound gags are:
Sound gags target all cogs. They are the fourth gags to be used in battle. It is the only gag track where every gag targets all cogs. Sound gags have a high accuracy. The Sound gags are:
 
 
*[[Bike Horn]]
 
*[[Bike Horn]]
 
*[[Whistle]]
 
*[[Whistle]]
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*[[Aoogah]]
 
*[[Aoogah]]
 
*[[Elephant Trunk]]
 
*[[Elephant Trunk]]
*[[Fog Horn|Foghorn]]
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*[[Foghorn]]
 
*[[Opera Singer]]
 
*[[Opera Singer]]
   
 
===Throw===
 
===Throw===
{{Main|Throw Gags}}
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{{Main|Throw}}
 
 
Throw gags are one of the two basic gags. All toons are given Throw gags in the [[Toontorial]]. Throw gags are the fifth gags to be used in battle. Throw gags have a medium accuracy. The Throw gags are:
 
Throw gags are one of the two basic gags. All toons are given Throw gags in the [[Toontorial]]. Throw gags are the fifth gags to be used in battle. Throw gags have a medium accuracy. The Throw gags are:
 
*[[Cupcake]]
 
*[[Cupcake]]
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===Squirt===
 
===Squirt===
{{Main|Squirt Gags}}
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{{Main|Squirt}}
 
 
Squirt gags are one of the two basic gags. All toons are given Squirt gags in the Toontorial. Squirt gags are the sixth gags to be used in battle. Squirt gags have a high accuracy. The Squirt gags are:
 
Squirt gags are one of the two basic gags. All toons are given Squirt gags in the Toontorial. Squirt gags are the sixth gags to be used in battle. Squirt gags have a high accuracy. The Squirt gags are:
 
*[[Squirting Flower]]
 
*[[Squirting Flower]]
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*[[Storm Cloud]]
 
*[[Storm Cloud]]
 
*[[Geyser]]
 
*[[Geyser]]
===Drop===
 
{{Main|Drop Gags}}
 
   
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===Drop===
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{{Main|Drop}}
 
Drop gags are the last gags to be used in battle. Unlike other gag tracks, Drop gags (other than the [[Grand Piano]]) do not need experience points to do higher damage. Drop gags have a low accuracy. The Drop gags are:
 
Drop gags are the last gags to be used in battle. Unlike other gag tracks, Drop gags (other than the [[Grand Piano]]) do not need experience points to do higher damage. Drop gags have a low accuracy. The Drop gags are:
 
*[[Flower Pot]]
 
*[[Flower Pot]]
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==Level 7 gags==
 
==Level 7 gags==
 
{{Main|Level 7 gags}}
 
{{Main|Level 7 gags}}
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Level seven gags are the last gags in each gag track. They can be obtained by gaining a total of 10,000 [[skill points]]. Unlike other gags, level seven gags cannot be purchased in Goofy's Gag Shop; to earn another gag, a toon must gain [[500 to Go!|500 more skill points]] for a gag track.
Level seven gags are the last gags in each gag track. They can be obtained by gaining a total of 10,000 [[skill points]]. Unlike other gags, level seven gags cannot be purchased in Goofy's Gag Shop; to earn another gag, a toon must gain 500 more skill points for a gag track.
 
   
 
==Gag trees==
 
==Gag trees==
{{Main|Gag Trees}}
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{{Main|Gag trees}}
Gag trees are unique trees that grow gags. Toons can plant a gag in one of the mounds on their estate. After several days, the tree will be fully grown and can be harvested. Gag trees also serve another function in that the damage in battle, a Toon-Up Gag's healing, or a Lure Gag's accuracy will sharply increase. When a gag is planted and picked, it gains the "organic" gag status, meaning the gag picked will have higher damage, higher Toon-up, or more rounds lured.
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Gag trees are unique trees that grow gags. Toons can plant a gag in one of the mounds on their estate. After several days, the tree will be fully grown and can be harvested. Gag trees also serve another function in that the damage in battle, a Toon-Up gag's healing, or a Lure gag's accuracy will sharply increase. When a gag is planted and picked, it gains the "organic" gag status, meaning the gag picked will have higher damage, higher Toon-Up, or more lure accuracy.
   
 
==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
*A non-functional [[Safe]] hanging from a rope can be found on all Goofy's Gag Shops and in the [[streets]] of [[Toontown Central]].
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*A non-functional Safe hanging from a rope can be found on all Goofy's Gag Shops and in the [[streets]] of Toontown Central.
*A non-functional broken [[Grand Piano]] can be seen inside all Goofy's Gag Shops and the streets of [[Minnie's Melodyland]].
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*A non-functional broken Grand Piano can be seen inside all Goofy's Gag Shops and the streets of Minnie's Melodyland.
*A non-functional [[Bike Horn]] can be seen on the top of all Goofy's Gag Shops.
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*A non-functional Bike Horn can be seen on the top of all Goofy's Gag Shops.
*A non-functional [[Big Weight]] can be found in front of all Goofy's Gag Shops.
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*A non-functional Big Weight can be found in front of all Goofy's Gag Shops.
 
*Trap is the only gag track that has perfect accuracy and relies on teamwork, as it is the only gag track that requires another gag's help.
 
*Trap is the only gag track that has perfect accuracy and relies on teamwork, as it is the only gag track that requires another gag's help.
*Gags used during [[Cog Invasions|cog invasions]] will receive double experience points.
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*Gags used during [[cog invasion]]s will receive double experience points.
**[[Cog Building|Cog buildings]] also multiply experience points. The higher the floor, the more points.
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**[[Cog building]]s also multiply experience points. The higher the floor, the more points.
*Non-members are only permitted to buy level four gags and below in the Throw and Squirt tracks and only level one gags in other gag tracks.
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*Non-members are only permitted to buy level four gags and below in the Throw and Squirt tracks and only level one gags in Sound and Toon-Up.
*Various street objects - [[Fire Hydrant|fire hydrants]], [[Mailbox (Street)|mailboxes]], and [[Trashcan|trashcans]] - will increase the damage or healing of nonorganic Squirt, Throw, and Toon-Up Gags respectively when a battle is near these objects.
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*Various street objects - [[fire hydrant]]s, [[Mailbox (street)|mailboxes]], and [[trashcan (street)|trashcans]] - will increase the damage or healing of non-organic Squirt, Throw, and Toon-Up gags respectively when a battle is near these objects.
 
*Drop gags will always miss when they are used on lured cogs.
 
*Drop gags will always miss when they are used on lured cogs.
 
*All of the level seven gags hit all cogs or toons for the High Dive.
 
*All of the level seven gags hit all cogs or toons for the High Dive.
 
*The only gag tracks that do not cause damage to the cogs are Lure and Toon-Up.
 
*The only gag tracks that do not cause damage to the cogs are Lure and Toon-Up.
*Prior to an update, non members could use any gag they had earned during their membership. Now they can only use limited gags.
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*Prior to an update, non-members could use any gag they had earned during their membership. Now they can only use limited gags.
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*If any gag is used while the toon has the [[Small toon|small toon]]/[[Big toon|big toon]] effect on them, the gags will still equal their size, making the gag smaller or bigger.
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*If a toon has a no color effect on them while using a drop gag, or a storm cloud/squirting flower, the button will also have no color, making it white.
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*Toons used to be able to have all seven gag tracks, because Tutorial Tom used to give toons throw, squirt, and drop. (See [[Old Toontown]]) Now, due to an update in 2003, toons only start with throw and squirt, so toons can only have six gag tracks.
   
 
==Gallery==
 
==Gallery==
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The Gag Table.png
 
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</gallery>
 
</gallery>
{{Gaglisting}}
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[[Category:Mechanics]]
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{{gaglisting}}
 
[[Category:Gags]]
 
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[[Category:Mechanics]]

Latest revision as of 14:10, April 12, 2014

Get out your fire hoses, drop a few safes, and let the cream pies fly!

–Toontown Download Intro

Gags-about
Gags being used on cog. A rabbit blowing a Bugle at a Spin Doctor, a mouse spraying a Seltzer Bottle at a Bean Counter and a cat throwing a Whole Cream Pie at a Flunky

A gag is a joke that is used to defeat the cogs. When enough gags are used on a cog, it explodes from laughter. But if a toon goes sad, they lose all the gags they have. There are forty-nine gags; however, only forty-two are obtainable.

There are seven gag tracks, with seven different gags in each. Each toon can only get six gag tracks. Each gag track starts with the weakest gag; stronger gags can be obtained by earning the designated amount of experience points. A total of 10,000 experience points will reward the toon the strongest gag in that gag track, and the toon will complete that gag track.

Gags can be bought in Goofy's Gag Shop for one jellybean each. There is a gag shop in every playground, except Chip 'n Dale's Acorn Acres and Goofy's Speedway. The first six gags in each gag track can be bought, but level seven gags must be earned by reaching 0 to Go! or by harvesting the level seven gag from a gag tree.

Toons store all their gags in a backpack. Every toon starts with a small pouch, that can hold twenty gags. Toontasks can reward bigger gag pouches. The biggest gag pouch is the large backpack, that can hold eighty gags.

Every toon starts with the level one Throw and Squirt gags; the Cupcake and the Squirting Flower respectively given from Tutorial Tom. All "cog-fighting" neighborhoods give toons the ability to choose a new gag track to train for, excluding Daisy Gardens and Donald's Dreamland. Once they have chosen the gag track, they can start doing toontasks to earn gag track training film frames; 16 frames for a gag track training film are required to obtain the gag track. Toons may only obtain the final frame after they have done all of the other required toontasks in their current neighborhood, including having earned the first fifteen of the sixteen frames.

In each neighborhood (excluding Donald's Dreamland and Daisy Gardens), a toon is given the chance to gain a gag track. The options switch every time. In Toontown Central, you can choose Toon-Up or Sound, in Donald's Dock Lure or Drop, in Minnie's Melodyland Toon-Up or Trap or Sound or Trap, and in The Brrrgh, the two gag tracks you do not have.

Gag tracksEdit

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Toon-up Feather
Feather
Megaphone
Megaphone
Lipstick
Lipstick
Bamboo Cane
Bamboo Cane
Pixie Dust
Pixie Dust
Juggling Cubes
Juggling Cubes
High Dive
High Dive
Trap Banana Peel
Banana Peel
Rake
Rake
Marbles
Marbles
Quicksand
Quicksand
Trapdoor
Trapdoor
TNT
TNT
Railroad
Railroad
Lure $1 Bill
$1 Bill
Small Magnet
Small Magnet
$5 Bill
$5 Bill
Big Magnet
Big Magnet
$10 Bill
$10 Bill
Hypno Goggles
Hypno Goggles
Presentation
Presentation
Sound Bike Horn
Bike Horn
Whistle
Whistle
Bugle
Bugle
Aoogah
Aoogah
Elephant Trunk
Elephant Trunk
Foghorn
Foghorn
Opera Singer
Opera Singer
Throw Cupcake
Cupcake
Fruit Pie Slice
Fruit Pie Slice
Cream Pie Slice
Cream Pie Slice
Whole Fruit Pie
Whole Fruit Pie
Whole Cream Pie
Whole Cream Pie
Birthday Cake
Birthday Cake
Wedding Cake
Wedding Cake
Squirt Squirting Flower
Squirting Flower
Glass of Water
Glass of Water
Squirt Gun
Squirt Gun
Seltzer Bottle
Seltzer Bottle
Fire Hose
Fire Hose
Storm Cloud
Storm Cloud
Geyser
Geyser
Drop Flower Pot
Flower Pot
Sandbag
Sandbag
Anvil
Anvil
Big Weight
Big Weight
Safe
Safe
Grand Piano
Grand Piano
Toontanic
Toontanic

Toon-UpEdit

Main article: Toon-Up

Toon-Up gags heal toons in battle. They are the first gags to be used during battle. Some Toon-Up gags target one toon; others target all toons besides the toon using the gag. Toon-Up gags have a medium accuracy. The Toon-Up gags are:

TrapEdit

Main article: Trap

Trap gags are the second gags to be used in battle. Unlike other gags, Trap gags need the aid of Lure gags. Trap gags are deployed in front of the cog, and when the cog is lured, it falls into the trap. However, if another toon uses Trap on the same cog, the trap will disappear. Trap gags have a perfect accuracy. The Trap gags are:

LureEdit

Main article: Lure

Lure gags are the defense mechanism. They are the third gags to be used in battle. Lure gags lure the cog(s) forward, stunning them in the process. Once they are lured, they will stay lured for a number of rounds, depending on the gag used. If the Lure is successful, the cog or cogs will not attack for a series of rounds. Lure gags are necessary for trap gags to work. Lure gags have a low accuracy (medium accuracy if organic). If a toon attacks a cog that is lured, there is a 50% chance a lure bonus is added to the damage dealt. The Lure gags are:

SoundEdit

Main article: Sound

Sound gags target all cogs. They are the fourth gags to be used in battle. It is the only gag track where every gag targets all cogs. Sound gags have a high accuracy, but does not do lots of damage. The Sound gags are:

ThrowEdit

Main article: Throw

Throw gags are one of the two basic gags. All toons are given Throw gags in the Toontorial. Throw gags are the fifth gags to be used in battle. Throw gags have a medium accuracy. The Throw gags are:

SquirtEdit

Main article: Squirt

Squirt gags are one of the two basic gags. All toons are given Squirt gags in the Toontorial. Squirt gags are the sixth gags to be used in battle. Squirt gags have a high accuracy. The Squirt gags are:

DropEdit

Main article: Drop

Drop gags are the last gags to be used in battle. Unlike other gag tracks, Drop gags (other than the Grand Piano) do not need experience points to do higher damage. Drop gags have a low accuracy. The Drop gags are:

Level 7 gagsEdit

Main article: Level 7 gags

Level seven gags are the last gags in each gag track. They can be obtained by gaining a total of 10,000 skill points. Unlike other gags, level seven gags cannot be purchased in Goofy's Gag Shop; to earn another gag, a toon must gain 500 more skill points for a gag track.

Gag treesEdit

Main article: Gag trees

Gag trees are unique trees that grow gags. Toons can plant a gag in one of the mounds on their estate. After several days, the tree will be fully grown and can be harvested. Gag trees also serve another function in that the damage in battle, a Toon-Up gag's healing, or a Lure gag's accuracy will sharply increase. When a gag is planted and picked, it gains the "organic" gag status, meaning the gag picked will have higher damage, higher Toon-Up, or more lure accuracy.

TriviaEdit

  • A non-functional Safe hanging from a rope can be found on all Goofy's Gag Shops and in the streets of Toontown Central.
  • A non-functional broken Grand Piano can be seen inside all Goofy's Gag Shops and the streets of Minnie's Melodyland.
  • A non-functional Bike Horn can be seen on the top of all Goofy's Gag Shops.
  • A non-functional Big Weight can be found in front of all Goofy's Gag Shops.
  • Trap is the only gag track that has perfect accuracy and relies on teamwork, as it is the only gag track that requires another gag's help.
  • Gags used during cog invasions will receive double experience points.
    • Cog buildings also multiply experience points. The higher the floor, the more points.
  • Non-members are only permitted to buy level four gags and below in the Throw and Squirt tracks and only level one gags in Sound and Toon-Up.
  • Various street objects - fire hydrants, mailboxes, and trashcans - will increase the damage or healing of non-organic Squirt, Throw, and Toon-Up gags respectively when a battle is near these objects.
  • Drop gags will always miss when they are used on lured cogs.
  • All of the level seven gags hit all cogs or toons for the High Dive.
  • The only gag tracks that do not cause damage to the cogs are Lure and Toon-Up.
  • Prior to an update, non-members could use any gag they had earned during their membership. Now they can only use limited gags.
  • If any gag is used while the toon has the small toon/big toon effect on them, the gags will still equal their size, making the gag smaller or bigger.
  • If a toon has a no color effect on them while using a drop gag, or a storm cloud/squirting flower, the button will also have no color, making it white.
  • Toons used to be able to have all seven gag tracks, because Tutorial Tom used to give toons throw, squirt, and drop. (See Old Toontown) Now, due to an update in 2003, toons only start with throw and squirt, so toons can only have six gag tracks.

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