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April 19, 2014
Doomsday was an outrageous invasion that corresponded with the Toon Council Presidential Elections on April 19, 2014. During the event, the Cogs proceeded to invade the entire Toontown Central playground, just after Slappy was announced as the new president. A level 3 Yesman arrived and made Slappy sad, which then started the battle between Toons and the Cogs. Toons would battle against the Cogs by throwing pies at them and avoiding contact with them. Gradually, stronger waves of Cogs would arrive, all up until the level 50 Skelecog, the Director of Ambush Marketing. Flippy eventually ended the invasion by defeating the Director of Ambush Marketing with his final burst of a Wedding Cake, along with the help of other Toons. After the battle was over, it seemed as though the Cogs were defeated, but the Toons had only managed to push them back to the streets.
This event happened back in Alpha, meaning only a few hundred Toons could participate. However, the event was broadcasted live on Toontown Rewritten's official YouTube channel.
"Doomsday" was the internal name for the Toon Council Presidential Elections as a whole.
By definition, Doomsday refers to an event of great danger.
The fact that Doomsday took longer than the election itself was surprising because of the fact that many people never expected an expansion of the election.
After Hawkheart's crash on the public server in the livestream, Sir Max, Hawkheart himself, Goshi, and McQuack all logged onto a developer server to avoid further crashes.
Once the main Toontown Rewritten servers were running again, all Alpha Testers could replay Doomsday until 2:00PM Toontown Time the next day after April 19th, and fight the Director of Ambush Marketing themselves.
Apparently, during the event, some Cogs managed to escape Toontown Central and venture into other playgrounds, but shopkeepers such as Lil Oldman, Professor Flake, Coach Zucchini, and Shep Ahoy managed to keep them away by setting up traps.
During Doomsday, the camera view switched from player to player in the livestream, and the transition sometimes stuttered.