I make every bean count.

–Bean Counter

Bean Counters are the fourth cog on the corporate ladder of Cashbots. Their levels range from four to eight.

Locations

Starting Battle Phrases

  • "I can hurt you where it counts."
  • "I've bean waiting for you."
  • "I enjoy subtracting Toons."
  • "I make every bean count."
  • "Where have you bean?"
  • "Bean there, done that."
  • "I'm going to bean you."
  • "You can count on me to make you pay."
  • "Let's step into my office."
  • "Your expense rate is overdue!"

Cog moves

Audit
Audit.png
Click to enlarge
Target: One toon
Signature: No
Level: 4 5 6 7 8
Damage: 4 6 9 12 15
Calculate
Calculate.jpg
Click to enlarge
Target: One toon
Signature: No
Level: 4 5 6 7 8
Damage: 4 6 9 12 15
Tabulate
Tabulate.jpg
Click to enlarge
Target: One toon
Signature: No
Level: 4 5 6 7 8
Damage: 4 6 9 12 15
Write Off
Writeoffbeancounter.png
Click to enlarge
Target: One toon
Signature: No
Level: 4 5 6 7 8
Damage: 4 6 9 12 15

Cog suit promotion

Cogbucks
Levels: 4 5 6 7 8
Cogbucks required: 160 210 260 310 1,300

Trading card

Cog
BeanCounterTC.jpg
Don't Spill the Beans

Dislikes: Toons, Sloppy Arithmetic

Likes: Dollar Signs, Adding Machines

Trivia

  • On the first Toontown commercial, a cog with a Bean Counter head was seen wearing a Lawbot suit.
  • The Bean Counter has the same head and same body as the Downsizer, only wearing a Cashbot suit instead of a Bossbot suit.
    • However, on the trading card, its head is in the shape of a jellybean.
  • The trading card shows the Bean Counter counting out jellybeans from a pot.
  • In reality, bean counters do not count beans, they count money. However, in Toontown, jellybeans are money.
    • In the United Sates, bean can sometimes be a slang term for money.
  • Bean Counters do the same damage on all attacks at any level.

Name of origin

A "Bean Counter" is a slang term for a statistician or an accountant.

In Other Languages

Language Name
FR.png French Pince Menu [1]
ES.png Spanish El contable[2]
D.png German Kieszähler[3]
BRZ.png Brazilian Portuguese Conta-Moedinha [4]
Japan.png Japanese カッチリン[5]


Gallery

References

Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.