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|French = Billet de 10€|German = 10-Euro-Schein}}
|French = Billet de 10€|German = 10-Euro-Schein|Spanish = ???|Portuguese = Nota de $10|Japanese = ???}}

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$10 Bill
Level 5 Lure Gag
$10 Bill
General information
Accuracy: Low
Organic boost: Medium Accuracy
Targets: One Cog
Minimum carry capacity: 3
Maximum carry capacity: 7
Experience points needed for next gag: 6,000
Preceded by:
Big Magnet
Succeeded by:
Hypno Goggles
v • d • e

$10 Bill (or a Cog Catcher) is the level five Lure gag. It succeeds the Big Magnet but precedes the Hypno Goggles.


The $10 Bill can be obtained once the toon has earned a total of 2,000 Lure skill points. The toon can move up to the next level gag, the Hypno Goggles, after earning a total of 6,000 Lure skill points.

As with all Lure gags, the $10 Bill does not do any damage. Instead, it lures one cog, disabling them in the process or activating any Trap gags deployed before luring. It has a low accuracy of 70%. The duration of the lured cogs will last around four rounds. If grown on a tree and is organic, the accuracy of the gag increases to medium.

When first obtained, a toon can carry a maximum of three $10 Bills. After obtaining the Hypno Goggles, a toon can carry a maximum of seven $10 Bills.

Skill points

Previous level Next level
2,000 6,000
The Lure track does not use the basic formula to determine the next increase in damage.

As a Lure gag, it deals no damage to cogs, therefore it does not increase in damage over the training progress nor does the accuracy increase.


  1. The toon will pull out a fishing rod with a $10 bill attached on the end of the the string.
  2. The toon will cast the fishing rod near the targeted cog, while reeling the string closer.
  3. If it works, the cog will lean down and step forward, as an attempt to take the $10 bill. If it doesn't work, the cog will stand still.
  4. The toon will then pull the fishing rod's string back, and the cog will look up and stand in the lured position.
  5. The rod will automatically vanish after use.


  • This gag is similar to the $1 Bill and $5 Bill, the only difference being the number on the gag and the number of rounds it has.
  • This gag is called the "Cog Catcher" on the trading card, sharing it with the $1 Bill and the $5 Bill.
  • It is a two-part gag, meaning the damage depends on the gag used with it.

In other languages

Language Name
FR French Billet de 10€
ES Spanish ???
D German 10-Euro-Schein
BRZ Brazilian Portuguese Nota de $10
Japan Japanese ???

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