Watch out, Toon, you're on shaky ground.
–Mover & Shaker
Mover & Shakers are the fifth cog on the corporate ladder of Sellbots. Their levels range from five to nine.
Mover and Shakers are a tall tan faced cog with a huge smile. It has a small, curly mustache.
Main article: Field office
Movers & Shakers are the owners of field offices. They were rewarded with them for stealing jokes from
toon shopkeepers. In the maze contained inside the field office, four colossal Movers & Shakers must be defeated with water balloons to reach the other half of the field office. Running into them will result in 6-30 laff points lost, depending on the neighborhood that the field office is in.
"This should shake you up."
"Prepare to be moved."
"I feel moved to defeat you."
"Are you shaking yet?"
"I'm ready to make my move."
"This should be a moving moment."
"I think it's my move."
"Move it or lose it."
"Watch out, Toon, you're on shaky ground." "You had better move out of the way."
Cog suit promotion
Let's Shake on It
Dislikes: Toons, Earthquake Insurance
Likes: Shaky Ground, Good Vibrations
The Mover & Shaker Cog looks similar to a
Bloodsucker, albeit without the fangs. They also share a head mesh. The
Flappy Cog statue is a Mover & Shaker. A Quake used by a level nine Mover & Shaker is the strongest cog attack used by a level nine cog. It's also the second strongest attack on all Toons along with the
Robber Baron's Power Trip. It has three cog moves that are similar/resemble to earthquakes:
Quake, Tremor and Shake. Its game appearance looks much different than its trading card appearance.
In field offices only, Movers & Shakers appear to be walking in the same appearance as if they were using the Shake or Tremor attack.
Mover & Shakers are the only cogs with an "&" sign in their name.
On the trading card, he is seen shaking hands with a duck Toon in a very rapid speed, which almost made the Toon dizzy.
Name of origin
A Mover & Shaker is an important person who has the power to change things, or "move and shake" things around.
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