The Toontown Rewritten Wiki is an encyclopedia that was created to cover every single piece of information about the most "Toontastic" massively multiplayer online game, Toontown Rewritten. From goofy gags to fearsome Cogs, this wiki has it all and is what we anticipate to be any Toon's go-to site for learning something new about Toontown!
With the help of our amazing users who have contributed to produce exactly 2,370 pages since September 21, 2013, the Toontown Rewritten Wiki continues to offer a large chunk of awesome content. By signing up for an account, anyone can join in on the fun!
Please do not ask for alpha keys or beta keys on the wiki. Nobody on the wiki has a way to give you a key, nor does the Administrators of the wiki. None of the Toontown Rewritten team members work at this wiki. The wiki is no place to get a key for Toontown Rewritten's Alpha or Beta stages.
Toontown Rewritten is a community server for Disney's now-closed game, Toontown Online.
Toontown Rewritten is currently in development and only people with access to a valid registration key could sign up for Alpha and Beta. Toontown Rewritten entered Alpha on October 28, 2013 and entered Beta on May 17, 2014. When Toontown Rewritten is ready for the public launch, everyone will be able to play the game.
The Toontown Rewritten Wiki is in its early stages, just like the game itself. That means this wiki was created at the time Toontown Rewritten was first announced and the entire wiki is not completed yet, but it will be worked on as Toontown Rewritten gets closer to the public launch and the year progresses.
Regards Towards Vandalism
Any person found to be vandalising will be banned for three days, and be added to the Caution page, after several bans, the user will receive a permanent ban.
Current Beta Version
Toontown Rewritten has certain versions of their Beta testing and the version changes every few days when they are releasing Beta Updates, Super Saturday Updates or any other form of updates. Below will provide the current Beta version of Toontown Rewritten. For previous updates, click here.
June 9, 2014 [ttr-beta-v1.2.2]
• Fixed a client crash related to networking
• Return Toons to their idle animation after using the 'drinking' animation
June 10, 2014 [ttr-beta-v1.2.3]
• Fix a major common crash relating to "SfxPlayer"
• Fix an occasional crash when entering buildings
• Rewrite major portions of golf to fix physics issues among other bugs
• Open up Chip and Dale's Minigolf to all toons
• Make key tasks slightly more common to find
Toontown Rewritten is open to all with Semi-Open Beta!
By hopping onto the PlayLine, you'll be put into a queue to make sure that you can enter the game as soon as a slot is available.
It may take a while depending on how many people are in line, but once you reach the front you'll be able to play nonstop for the next three hours!
Scheduling a PlayTime is the most reliable way to get in game, and you don't even have to wait in line!
YOU get to pick the time and date to enter the game, and all you have to do is, well, show up. No lines necessary.
"Beta Keys" are a one-way ticket to enter the game any time you want without waiting in the PlayLine or scheduling a PlayTime! There are plenty of ways to earn Beta Keys -- the easiest one is by simply playing. When playing the game through a PlayTime session, Toon HQ will occasionally offer Beta Key ToonTasks to earn your very own key. They won't start appearing until you get to working in Daisy Gardens, so you'll have to work hard to get it!
Once you have earned a Beta Key, you can head over to the "Account" page to redeem it. Once you've redeemed it, you can open the launcher and play whenever you want! If you already have a key applied to your account, you can give it to a friend. It's easy as pie! There will be plenty of pies involved to get, too.
The wiki will have a poll here on the Home page to entertain users on a certain subject.
What do you think of the PlayLine and PlayTime features TTR set up for Semi-Open Beta? What do you think of Semi-Open Beta?