Money Bags
Money Bags (2)
General information
Type: Cashbots
Lowest Level: 6
Highest Level: 10
Weakness: Safe
Preceded by:
Number Cruncher
Succeeded by:
Loan Shark
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You can never have too much money!

–Money Bags

The Money Bags is the sixth cog on the corporate ladder of Cashbots. Their levels range from six to ten.


Starting Phrases

  • "You're about to have money trouble."
  • "You can never have too much money!"
  • "I can bag this."
  • "Money will make your world go around."
  • "Paper or plastic?"
  • "Remember, money won't make you happy."
  • "Do you have your baggage claim?"
  • "I'm too rich for your blood."
  • "Careful, I have some serious baggage."
  • "Time to bring in the big bags."

Cog moves

Power Tie
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Target: One toon
Signature: No
Level: 6 7 8 9 10
Damage: 6 7 8 9 10
Market Crash
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Target: One toon
Signature: Yes
Level: 6 7 8 9 10
Damage: 8 10 12 14 16
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Target: One toon
Signature: No
Level: 6 7 8 9 10
Damage: 10 12 14 16 18

Cog suit promotion

Levels: 6 7 8 9 10
Cogbucks required: 420 550 680 810 3,400

Trading card

Treasure is Pleasure

Dislikes: Toons, Generosity

Likes: Cash, Cash, and More Cash!


  • This cog structurally resembles a bag, as it has a big, round frame and an oddly-shaped head more than anything else, and looks like the end of a tightly-filled bag that has been tied shut. Its face also appears to be at the top of its head and its neck is probably a knot to secure the item inside which is probably money.
  • The Money Bags' weakness is the Safe, since being crushed by something that holds money is painful.
  • This is the only cog that appears in all of the Cashbot Headquarters hotspots. This includes the trainyard, the mints, and the vault.
  • Lord Lowden Clear wears this cog suit.
  • The trading card shows the Money Bags stuffing his hands into packs full of dollars.
  • The design of this cog could be a reference to a political cartoon drawn by Thomas Nast which depicts William "Boss" Tweed, in which he draws Tweed as an obese man with a bag of money for his head.

Name of origin

A Money Bags is a very wealthy or extravagant person. [1]

In other languages

Language Name
FR French Sacasous[2]
ES Spanish El monederos [3]
D German Geldsack[4]
BRZ Brazilian Portuguese Sacos De Dinheiro [5]
Japan Japanese カネモッチン [6]


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