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Thanks for semi-locking the Brrrgh Toontask guide article, But what about this Toontask Guide and the others? Can you semi-lock these too please?Smith ghast4 00:05, February 2, 2013 (UTC)

I see no reason to do that. The Brrrgh's Task guide was under major vandalism; the others are not.
~Lily 00:13, February 2, 2013 (UTC)

change this from test toontown tasks to current toontown tasks


"change this from test toontown tasks to current toontown tasks"

Is this meaning that this section will no longer be just the test server information, but will relate to what is on the open servers?

Sweet Ratt (talk) 17:31, April 20, 2013 (UTC)

The following information on this page will be moved to the talk page, since I'm not entirely sure which Toontask have changed in the Test server (moving it here so we can still have the information at hand). To answer your question, hopefully I know what you are talking about, I am renovating the Toontask Guide pages to include both the open server and the test server Toontasks for the following reasons:
  • Many users have changed the Test tasks to the Open tasks continuously.
  • Confusion
  • To create a neater page and to separate all the tasks into their own page.
  • Probably more reasons that I can't come up with.
If that answered your question, I hope you can help me in figuring out which task have changed, so I can add them to the "Test Toontask" section.
Also, if you want to see the final product of what these Guide pages will look like, check here ToonTask Guide/Toontown Central.  Bermuda • Talk • 17:45,4/20/2013


Yes. I understand what your going to be doing, the test info will be on this page, the talk page, and the open info on the "main " page for these tasks. Sounds like a decent idea to me as well as then both servers will be more or less, in the same spot. Should make it a little easier to know which one is to be edited by people. I am normally only on test. Open is just too much of a headache now a days till TT does something with their programming. As such, I have numerous toons that I haven't even started running through tasks atm. O_o  hehe I have usually been verifying the test tasks here as I work my toons up. So, over time, I'm sure we can come up with the correct info for the time.

Sweet Ratt (talk) 18:13, April 20, 2013 (UTC)

Not necessarily keeping the test tasks on the talk pages; I'm putting it here to have the information at hand to help us create pages later. I'm making the Toontask Guide pages into directory pages, as shown on ToonTask Guide/Toontown Central. It's to make the pages less cluttered, and having the Toontasks in separate pages can allow us to add more information, such as prerequisite notes, a conversation of the toons, etc.
Since you're a tester, you should help me out ;) lol. I definitely need the help to create Test Toontask pages (example: Test ToonTask:Final gag training (Toontown Central). You don't have to know how to format the page. Just adding the necessary info is actually the best thing you could do. :D From there, we can just plug in the info into the boxes.
Basically, the only thing you need to know is what the title page should be named as and the test task info. Other than that, that's basically it.  Bermuda • Talk • 18:33,4/20/2013

LOL I will do what I am able to do with giving up the current info based on where my toons are at at the time.  Hard to not be busy most the time between RL, being a Testers Helping Testers Clan Leader, calling and so many other things.  ROFL.

Sweet Ratt (talk) 18:43, April 20, 2013 (UTC)

Test ToonTask

The ToonTasks in Donald's Dreamland are the last ToonTasks. Unlike other neighborhoods, the ToonTasks include gaining cog suit parts, toons earn 39 laff points instead of 9 (or 10 in Toontown Central), and most of the ToonTasks are for HQ Officers instead of shopkeepers. There are also +4 laff point boosts that other neighborhoods do not have. The Donald's Dreamland ToonTasks are divided into six parts, but the last two are ToonTasks from toons outside Donald's Dreamland.

Part 1 Summary

  • Laff Limit: 71
  • Gag Pouch: 60
  • Teleport access to Donald's Dreamland
  • 3 Cashbot disguise parts
  • Toontask Capacity: 6

Part 2 Summary

  • Laff Limit: 81
  • Gag Pouch: 70
  • Cashbot disguise

Part 3 Summary

  • Laff Limit: 91

Part 4 Summary

  • Laff Limit: 100
  • Gag Pouch: 80

​Part 5 Summary

  • Lawbot disguise (The Brrrgh)

Part 6 Summary

  • Bossbot disguise (Donald's Dock)

Cashbot Disguise Parts (ToonTasks Part 1)

Upper Left Leg:

  1. Visit Nat.
  2. Visit P.J.
  3. Defeat 10 Cashbots in Cashbot Headquarters.
  4. Return to P.J.
  5. Visit Nat.
  6. Recover Cashbot HQ plans from Cashbots in Cashbot HQ.
  7. Return to Nat.

Lower Left Leg:

  1. Visit Teddy Blair.
  2. Defeat 55 Cashbots in Donald's Dreamland.
  3. Return to Teddy Blair.

Left Foot:

  1. Visit William Teller.
  2. Recover a reading lamp from Cashbots in Donald's Dreamland.
  3. Return to William Teller.

Cashbot Disguise Parts (ToonTasks Part 2)

Upper Right Leg:

  1. Visit Nina Nitelight.
  2. Visit Hardy O'Toole.
  3. Deliver a plain bed to Nina Nitelight.
  4. Visit Hardy O'Toole.
  5. Defeat 140 cogs in Donald's Dreamland.
  6. Return to Hardy O'Toole.
  7. Deliver a fancy bed to Nina.

Lower Right Leg:

  1. Visit Honey Moon.
  2. Visit Ed.
  3. Defeat 30 Number Crunchers.
  4. Return to Ed.
  5. Defeat 65 Cashbots.
  6. Return to Ed.
  7. Deliver a paisley bedspread to Honey Moon.

Right Foot:

  1. Visit Dreamy Daphne.
  2. Visit Tex.
  3. Deliver some pillows to Dreamy Daphne.
  4. Return to Tex.
  5. Defeat 10 3+ story cog buildings.
  6. Return to Tex.
  7. Deliver some hard pillows to Dreamy Daphne.

Pelvis:

  1. Visit Smudgy Mascara.
  2. Visit Rip.
  3. Go fishing for some cauliflower coral in Donald's Dreamland.
  4. Return to Rip.
  5. Go fishing for some slimy kelp in Donald's Dreamland.
  6. Return to Rip.
  7. Recover a pestle from Loan Sharks in Cashbot HQ.
  8. Return to Rip.
  9. Visit Smudgy Mascara.

Upper Torso:

  1. Visit Sandy Sandman.
  2. Visit Big Mama.
  3. Deliver a pair of pajamas to Sandy Sandman.
  4. Return to Big Mama.
  5. Deliver a pair of footie pajamas to Sandy Sandman.
  6. Return to Big Mama.
  7. Visit Cat.
  8. Deliver a pair of puce footie pajamas to Sandy Sandman.
  9. Return to Cat.
  10. Defeat five 5+ story Cashbot buildings.
  11. Return to Cat.
  12. Deliver a pair of fuchsia footie pajamas to Sandy Sandman.

After these ToonTasks, HQ Officers will offer random ToonTasks for the other four Cashbot disguise parts.

Lawbot Disguise Parts (ToonTasks Part 5)

Upper Left Leg:

  1. Visit Professor Flake.
  2. Recover an external temperature sensor from the cogs on Silly Street.
  3. Return to Professor Flake.

Lower Left Leg:

  1. Visit Professor Flake.
  2. Recover an external temperature sensor from the cogs on Loopy Lane.
  3. Return to Professor Flake.

Left Foot:

  1. Visit Professor Flake.
  2. Recover an external temperature sensor from the cogs on Punchline Place.
  3. Return to Professor Flake.

Upper Right Leg:

  1. Visit Professor Flake.
  2. Recover an external temperature sensor from the cogs on Barnacle Boulevard.
  3. Return to Professor Flake.

Lower Right Leg:

  1. Visit Professor Flake.
  2. Recover an external temperature sensor from the cogs on Seaweed Street.
  3. Return to Professor Flake.

Right Foot:

  1. Visit Professor Flake.
  2. Recover an external temperature sensor from the cogs on Lighthouse Lane.
  3. Return to Professor Flake.

Upper Torso:

  1. Visit Professor Flake.
  2. Recover an external temperature sensor from the cogs on Elm Street.
  3. Return to Professor Flake.

Pelvis:

  1. Visit Professor Flake.
  2. Recover an external temperature sensor from the cogs on Maple Street.
  3. Return to Professor Flake.

Upper Left Arm:

  1. Visit Professor Flake.
  2. Recover an external temperature sensor from the cogs on Oak Street.
  3. Return to Professor Flake.

Lower Left Arm:

  1. Visit Professor Flake.
  2. Recover an external temperature sensor from the cogs on Alto Avenue.
  3. Return to Professor Flake.

Left Hand:

  1. Visit Professor Flake.
  2. Recover an external temperature sensor from the cogs on Baritone Boulevard.
  3. Return to Professor Flake.

Upper Right Arm:

  1. Visit Professor Flake.
  2. Recover an external temperature sensor from the cogs on Tenor Terrace.
  3. Return to Professor Flake.

Lower Right Arm:

  1. Visit Professor Flake.
  2. Recover an external temperature sensor from the cogs on Lullaby Lane.
  3. Return to Professor Flake.

Right Hand:

  1. Visit Professor Flake.
  2. Recover an external temperature sensor from the cogs on Pajama Place.
  3. Return to Professor Flake.

Bossbot Disguise Parts (ToonTasks Part 6)

Upper Left Leg:

  1. Visit Shep Ahoy.
  2. Defeat a Flunky.
  3. Return to Shep Ahoy.

Lower Left Leg:

  1. Visit Shep Ahoy.
  2. Defeat a Pencil Pusher.
  3. Return to Shep Ahoy.

Left Foot:

  1. Visit Shep Ahoy.
  2. Defeat a Yesman.
  3. Return to Shep Ahoy.

Upper Right Leg:

  1. Visit Shep Ahoy.
  2. Defeat a Micromanager.
  3. Return to Shep Ahoy.

Lower Right Leg:

  1. Visit Shep Ahoy.
  2. Defeat a Downsizer.
  3. Return to Shep Ahoy.

Right Foot:

  1. Visit Shep Ahoy.
  2. Defeat a Head Hunter.
  3. Return to Shep Ahoy.

Left Shoulder:

  1. Visit Shep Ahoy.
  2. Defeat a Corporate Raider.
  3. Return to Shep Ahoy.

Right Shoulder:

  1. Visit Shep Ahoy.
  2. Defeat a The Big Cheese.
  3. Return to Shep Ahoy.

Chest:

  1. Visit Shep Ahoy.
  2. Defeat a V2.0 cog.
  3. Return to Shep Ahoy.

Health Meter:

  1. Visit Shep Ahoy.
  2. Defeat a V2.0 cog.
  3. Return to Shep Ahoy.

Pelvis:

  1. Visit Shep Ahoy.
  2. Defeat a V2.0 cog.
  3. Return to Shep Ahoy.

Upper Left Arm:

  1. Visit Shep Ahoy.
  2. Defeat a V2.0 cog.
  3. Return to Shep Ahoy.

Lower Left Arm:

  1. Visit Shep Ahoy.
  2. Defeat a V2.0 cog.
  3. Return to Shep Ahoy.

Left Hand:

  1. Visit Shep Ahoy.
  2. Defeat a V2.0 cog.
  3. Return to Shep Ahoy.

Upper Right Arm:

  1. Visit Shep Ahoy.
  2. Defeat a V2.0 cog.
  3. Return to Shep Ahoy.

Lower Right Arm:

  1. Visit Shep Ahoy.
  2. Defeat a V2.0 cog.
  3. Return to Shep Ahoy.

Right Hand:

  1. Visit Shep Ahoy.
  2. Visit Flippy.

Carry 6 ToonTasks (ToonTasks Part 1)

HQ Officers will offer random ToonTasks for the ability to carry 6 ToonTasks.

Laff Boost (ToonTasks Part 1)

+1 laff point:

  1. Visit Powers Erge.
  2. Defeat 70 cogs in Donald's Dreamland.
  3. Return to Powers Erge.

+2 laff points:

  1. Visit Lawful Linda.
  2. Recover 3 rods from Bean Counters.
  3. Return to Lawful Linda.
  4. Recover a drive belt from Money Bags.
  5. Return to Lawful Linda.
  6. Recover a pair of Pincers from a Penny Pincher
  7. Return to Lawful Linda.

+3 laff points:

  1. Visit Rocco.
  2. Defeat 50 Bossbots in Donald's Dreamland.
  3. Return to Rocco.

+4 laff points:

  1. Visit Zari.
  2. Deliver a zither to Cowboy George.
  3. Return to Zari.
  4. Deliver a zamboni to Master Mike.
  5. Defeat 70 Cashbots.
  6. Return to Master Mike.
  7. Visit Zari.
  8. Deliver a zebra zabuton to Zen Glen.
  9. Defeat 25 Mover & Shakers.
  10. Return to Zen Glen.
  11. Visit Zari.
  12. Deliver some zinnias to Rose Petals.
  13. Return to Zari.
  14. Deliver some zydeco records to Wyda Wake.
  15. Deliver some zydeco records to Lullaby Lou.
  16. Deliver a Zucchini to Zari.
  17. Deliver a zoot suit to Babyface MacDougal.
  18. Return to Zari.

Laff Boost (ToonTasks Part 2, 3, and 4)

For the second, third and fourth parts of Donald's Dreamland's ToonTasks, HQ Officers will offer random ToonTasks for the other 29 laff points.

Gag Pouch (ToonTasks Part 1)

Small backpack, 60 gags:

  1. Visit Susan Siesta.
  2. Defeat eight 4+ story cog buildings in Donald's Dreamland.
  3. Return to Susan Siesta.

Gag Pouch (ToonTasks Part 2 and 4)

For the second and fourth part of Donald's Dreamland's ToonTasks, HQ Officers will offer random ToonTasks for the 70 and 80 gag pouch.

Teleport Access (ToonTasks Part 1)

  1. Visit Drowsy Dave.
  2. Defeat two 5+ story Cashbot buildings in Donald's Dreamland.
  3. Return to Drowsy Dave.
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