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'''Gags''' are jokes used by [[toons]] to fight against the business robots known as [[cogs]], who wish to take over Toontown. Each and every toon starts off with two gag tracks: Throw and Squirt. More gags can be earned by training the owned gag tracks and completing [[Toontasks]] to use new ones. Once a toon has access to a certain gag, they can buy more of those at [[Goofy's Gag Shop]]s.
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'''Gags''' are jokes used by [[toons]] to fight against [[Cogs]], who wish to take over Toontown. Every toon starts off with two gag tracks: [[Throw]] and [[Squirt]]. More gags can be earned by earning experience. Experience is given everytime a gag is used on a Cog. New gag tracks can be earned by completing [[Toontasks]] for special gag track slides. Once a toon has access to a certain gag, they can buy more of them at [[Goofy's Gag Shop]]s.
 
==Gag Tracks==
 
==Gag Tracks==
Gag tracks are lines of seven different gags used by the Toons in a similar manner. More can be earned by completing ToonTasks.
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Gag tracks are seven different types of gags with different attributes.. More can by <span style="font-size:14px;">completing </span>[[Toontasks]]<span style="font-size:14px;"> for special gag track slides. Gag tracks include: </span>
   
These are the Gag Tracks in the game:
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Toon-Up
 
===Toon-Up===
 
 
:''Main article: [[Toon-Up]]''
 
:''Main article: [[Toon-Up]]''
   
Toon Up gags are all used for healing other Toons in the battle by doing funny or entertaining things. Some can be used on only one Toon, while others can be used on the entire party (with the exception of the Toon that uses it).
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Toon Up gags are all used for healing other [[toon|Toons]] in the battle. Some affect only one toon, while others can be used on three toons. 
 
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===Trap===
 
===Trap===
 
:''Main article: [[Trap]]''
 
:''Main article: [[Trap]]''
Trap gags are unique - Once used, they are put down in front of the Cog, they require the Cogs to be lured with a Lure-type gag in order to activate and deal damage. They cannot be put down in front of a Cog that already is lured.
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Trap gags are only affective when used with Lure gags. Once used, they are put down in front of the [[Cog]], but require the Cog to be lured with a Lure gag in order to activate and deal damage. They cannot be put down in front of a Cog that already is lured. Trap deal the most damage out of all the gag tracks. 
 
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''Main Article: [[Lure]]''
 
''Main Article: [[Lure]]''
   
Lure gags are used to, as the name implies, lure Cogs. Using Lure gags is the only way to activate a Trap set by yourself or another Toon. However, activating Traps is not the only benefit of the Lure track. Lured Cogs have a less likely chance of dodging attacks and cannot attack for a set amount of turns, which matters per Gag. Additionally, Throw and Squirt gags gain a damage bonus of 50% on lured Cogs. Lure gags also have a downside - Any Drop gags used on Lured cogs will always miss.  Note the $1, $5, and $5 are collectively known as the [[Cog Catcher]]s.
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Lure gags are used to lure Cogs. Lured [[Cogs]] are stunned and cannot attack. Lured Cogs have a less likely chance of dodging attacks and cannot attack for a set amount of turns, which changes per Lure Gag. Additionally, Throw and Squirt gags gain a damage bonus of 50% on lured Cogs. Howevver, any Drop gags used on lured cogs will always miss.  <span style="font-size:14px;">Using Lure gags is the only way to activate Trap gags.</span>
 
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==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
 
*The Cupcake and the Squirting Flower were the only gags toons could buy in the Gag Shops in Toontown Rewritten Alpha. This is because there were no cogs and [[Toontasks]], so the toons couldn't train their gag tracks and earn new ones.
 
*The Cupcake and the Squirting Flower were the only gags toons could buy in the Gag Shops in Toontown Rewritten Alpha. This is because there were no cogs and [[Toontasks]], so the toons couldn't train their gag tracks and earn new ones.
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*The $1, $5, and $5 are collectively known as the [[Cog Catcher]]s.

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Gags are jokes used by toons to fight against Cogs, who wish to take over Toontown. Every toon starts off with two gag tracks: Throw and Squirt. More gags can be earned by earning experience. Experience is given everytime a gag is used on a Cog. New gag tracks can be earned by completing Toontasks for special gag track slides. Once a toon has access to a certain gag, they can buy more of them at Goofy's Gag Shops.

Gag Tracks

Gag tracks are seven different types of gags with different attributes.. More can by completing Toontasks for special gag track slides. Gag tracks include: 

Toon-Up

Main article: Toon-Up

Toon Up gags are all used for healing other Toons in the battle. Some affect only one toon, while others can be used on three toons. 

Toon-Up
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Name Feather Megaphone Lipstick Bamboo Cane Pixie Dust Juggling Balls High Dive
Appearance (Screenshot) (Screenshot) (Screenshot) (Screenshot) (Screenshot) (Screenshot) (Screenshot)
Heals: One All One All One All

All

Trap

Main article: Trap

Trap gags are only affective when used with Lure gags. Once used, they are put down in front of the Cog, but require the Cog to be lured with a Lure gag in order to activate and deal damage. They cannot be put down in front of a Cog that already is lured. Trap deal the most damage out of all the gag tracks. 

Trap
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Name Banana Peel Rake Marbles Quicksand Trapdoor TNT Railroad
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Affects One One One One

One

One All

Lure

Main Article: Lure

Lure gags are used to lure Cogs. Lured Cogs are stunned and cannot attack. Lured Cogs have a less likely chance of dodging attacks and cannot attack for a set amount of turns, which changes per Lure Gag. Additionally, Throw and Squirt gags gain a damage bonus of 50% on lured Cogs. Howevver, any Drop gags used on lured cogs will always miss.  Using Lure gags is the only way to activate Trap gags.

Lure
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Appearance Screenshot Screenshot Screenshot Screenshot Screenshot Screenshot Screenshot
Affects One All One All One All All
Effects last for Two rounds Two rounds Three rounds Three rounds Four rounds Four rounds Fifteen rounds


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Trivia

  • The Cupcake and the Squirting Flower were the only gags toons could buy in the Gag Shops in Toontown Rewritten Alpha. This is because there were no cogs and Toontasks, so the toons couldn't train their gag tracks and earn new ones.
  • The $1, $5, and $5 are collectively known as the Cog Catchers.
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