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|name = Aoogah
|lvl = 4
|track = Sound
|image = aoogahTBbeancounter.png
|ldamage = 14
|hdamage = 16
|organic = 17
|target = All
|lcap = 5
|hcap = 15
|exp = 2,500
|type = Beginner
|precede = [[Bugle]]
|succeed = [[Elephant Trunk]]
|music = [[File:ogh.ogg]]}}
'''Aoogah''' is the [[:Category:Level 4 gags|level four]] [[Sound]] [[gag]]. It succeeds the [[Bugle]] but precedes the [[Elephant Trunk]].
The Aoogah can be obtained once the [[toons|toon]] earns a total of 1,000 Sound [[skill points]]. A toon can move up to the next level gag, the Elephant Trunk, after earning a total of 2,500 Sound skill points.
When first obtained, the Aoogah can deal a maximum damage of "14". The maximum damage gradually increases if the Sound skill bar increases, maximizing to a damage of "16" after obtaining the next gag. If [[Gardening|grown]] on a [[gag trees|tree]] and is [[organic gags|organic]], the maximum damage increases by one.
As with all Sound gags, the Aoogah [[:Category:Affects all cogs|targets all cogs]] and does not get a [[Lure|lure bonus]] for hitting the cog.
A toon can carry a maximum of five Aoogahs when first obtained. After earning the [[Foghorn]] gag, a toon can carry a maximum of fifteen Aoogahs.
==Skill points==
{{Skill meter|Sound|1000|2500|40%|60%}}
To determine the next increase in damage for an Aoogah, take the number of skill points required to obtain the next gag and divide it by one more than the number of increase (the maximum damage + 1 - the original damage). You should therefore get an '''estimate'''.
The Aoogah equation:
For every 500 skill points, the Aoogah's damage increases.
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#The [[Toons|toon]] will pull out a megaphone.
#The toon will pull back the megaphone ''(as if taking a large breath)'' and the Aoogah sprouts out of the megaphone.
#The toon will step forward to the [[cogs]] as the ''"aoogah"'' sound effect is heard.
#The cogs will get stunned, and the toon will step back, as the horn of the Aoogah goes back into the megaphone.
#The Aoogah vanishes as the cogs recover.
#The cogs will either return back to normal or be destroyed.
==Trading card==
|desc=An Aoogah Horn is:
A: The noisy antler of a wild beast from the mountains of Timbuktoon.
B. A powerful sound gag.
The answer? All of the above! Toontown explorer Henry Livingstoon first discovered the Aoogag, a strange animal that scares off predators with a mighty blast from the horns that grow on its head! Each year, the Aoogah grows new horns, and leaves the old ones behind for lucky Toons to find. Aoogah horns are the main export of Timbuktoon and a great way to shake up the Cogs!}}
*The ''"Aoogah"'' sound effect is commonly used in comedies and cartoons.
* An "''Aoogah''" in real life is an old-style car horn.
*The ''"Aoogah" ''sound effect can be heard when the [[Vice President]] or the [[Chief Financial Officer]] get stunned. This alerts toons that they are stunned.
*An SOS toon named [[Otto Toon]] uses the Aoogah, but while the max damage can only do 16; when he uses it, it does 20 damage.
*In the card, it shows that the gag is pink/yellow when the gag is actually grey with a yellow handle.
*The Trading Card mentions "Timbuktoon" a toonified version of "Timbuktu", which is actually an outpost in Mali.
**It also mentions an explorer named Henry Livingstoon, when in real life it's Henry Livingston.
*This gag is the Ambulance Chaser's weakness because ''it doesn't sound like a siren''.
[[Category:Sound gags]]
[[Category:Level 4 gags]]
[[Category:Affects all cogs]]
[[Category:High accuracy gags]]

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