Advanced This wiki This wiki All wikis Advanced Search Options Select all (Main)TalkUserUser talkToontown Rewritten WikiToontown Rewritten Wiki talkFileFile talkMediaWikiMediaWiki talkTemplateTemplate talkHelpHelp talkCategoryCategory talkUser blogUser blog commentBlogBlog talkModuleModule talkWall threadBoardBoard Thread Articles Photos and Videos Blogs People Everything About 1,200 results for Building The Big Cheese The Big Cheese is the eighth Cog on the Bossbot corporate ladder. It is a building-only Cog (unless there is a Cog Invasion), and can be found extensively in the facilities of Bossbot Headquarters https://toontownrewritten.fandom.com/wiki/The_Big_Cheese Cold Caller The Cold Caller is the first and lowest Cog on the corporate ladder of the Sellbots. Their level ranges from one to five. They appear very commonly on the streets of low level playgrounds, such https://toontownrewritten.fandom.com/wiki/Cold_Caller Videos for 'Building' Mover & Shaker corporations arrive. They can be found in all playgrounds apart from Toontown Central outside of a Cog Building or a Cog Invasion, but they can only appear on specific streets, such as Sleet Street or https://toontownrewritten.fandom.com/wiki/Mover_&_Shaker Lawbot Headquarters Lawbot Headquarters (also known as Lawbot HQ or LBHQ) is home to the Lawbots. It is located at the peninsula of Polar Place in The Brrrgh. It was released on June 26, 2014 in Toontown https://toontownrewritten.fandom.com/wiki/Lawbot_Headquarters Robber Baron A Robber Baron is the highest Cog on the Cashbots' corporate ladder. Their levels range from eight to twelve, meaning they are a building-only Cog, unless there is a Cog Invasion. A Robber Baron https://toontownrewritten.fandom.com/wiki/Robber_Baron Head Hunter Head Hunters are the sixth Cog on the Bossbot corporate ladder. Their levels range from six to ten. In business terms, a Head Hunter is someone who poaches people from their job and gets them https://toontownrewritten.fandom.com/wiki/Head_Hunter Videos for 'Building' Pencil Pusher The Pencil Pusher is the second Cog on the corporate ladder of Bossbots. Pencil Pushers can appear in all playgrounds and their levels range from two to six. A Pencil Pusher is an informal term https://toontownrewritten.fandom.com/wiki/Pencil_Pusher Spin Doctor sixth Cog on the Lawbots corporate ladder. Their levels range from six to ten. Locations Lighthouse Lane, Maple Street, Tenor Terrace, Polar Place, Lullaby Lane, Lawbot Headquarters, District Attorney's Office, Lawbot Courthouse, Cog building https://toontownrewritten.fandom.com/wiki/Spin_Doctor Short Change A Short Change is the lowest Cog on the Cashbot corporate ladder. Their levels range from one to five. Short Changing occurs when a person gives less change to a customer than how much change https://toontownrewritten.fandom.com/wiki/Short_Change Penny Pincher A Penny Pincher is the second lowest Cog on the corporate ladder of Cashbots. Their levels range from Level two to Level six. The Penny Pincher is preceded by the Short Change and is succeeded https://toontownrewritten.fandom.com/wiki/Penny_Pincher Corporate Raider A Corporate Raider is the seventh Cog on the Bossbot corporate ladder. Their levels range from 7 to 11. They are building-only Cogs, unless there is a Cog Invasion. A Corporate Raider is a https://toontownrewritten.fandom.com/wiki/Corporate_Raider Name Dropper The Name Dropper is the third Cog on the Sellbot corporate ladder. Their levels range from three to seven. They can be found on at least one street in each playground, but are most commonly https://toontownrewritten.fandom.com/wiki/Name_Dropper Big Wig The Big Wig is the highest Cog in the Lawbot Corporate Ladder. Their levels range from Level 8 to Level 12. A Big Wig is an important person under the law, usually an official. https://toontownrewritten.fandom.com/wiki/Big_Wig Double Talker The Double Talker is the third Cog on the Lawbot corporate ladder. Their levels range from three to seven. A Double Talker is a person who says one thing, but means another, in order to https://toontownrewritten.fandom.com/wiki/Double_Talker Micromanager The Micromanger is the fourth Cog on the Bossbot corporate ladder. Their levels range from four to eight. A Micromanager is a boss or manager who gives excessive supervision to employees. https://toontownrewritten.fandom.com/wiki/Micromanager Daisy Gardens Daisy Gardens, commonly abbreviated as DG, is a flower-filled neighborhood of Toontown located to the southwest of the town. It is connected to Toontown Central, Donald's Dock, and Sellbot Headquarters. It is the https://toontownrewritten.fandom.com/wiki/Daisy_Gardens Lawbot Courthouse The Lawbot Courthouse is the home of the Chief Justice. It is located at Lawbot Headquarters and can be accessed by eight Toons at a time. Toons can only battle the Chief Justice when they https://toontownrewritten.fandom.com/wiki/Lawbot_Courthouse Sellbots Sellbots (Mover& Shakers in this case) were said to receive their very own special type of Cog Building that would come to be known as a Field Office., Despite having the weakest headquarters, the Sellbots https://toontownrewritten.fandom.com/wiki/Sellbots Wedding Cake The Wedding Cake is the level seven Throw gag. After obtaining this gag, the throw skill points meter switches to the "500 to Go!" meter, earning Toons another Wedding Cake once the 500 points mark https://toontownrewritten.fandom.com/wiki/Wedding_Cake Skelecogs Skelecogs are types of skeleton-like Cogs that lack the outer shell known as the Cog Suit. Their voices are muffled and more robotic, but they still pronounce the Cog mumbles and grumbles the same https://toontownrewritten.fandom.com/wiki/Skelecogs Bottom Feeder The Bottom Feeder is the first Cog on the corporate ladder of Lawbots. Their level ranges from one to five. They can appear on streets and cog buildings. A Bottom Feeder is usually an opportunist https://toontownrewritten.fandom.com/wiki/Bottom_Feeder Money Bags The Money Bags is the sixth Cog on the corporate ladder of Cashbots. Their levels range from six to ten. A Money Bags is a very wealthy or extravagant person. It is also a bag https://toontownrewritten.fandom.com/wiki/Money_Bags Number Cruncher Number Crunchers are the fifth Cog on the Cashbot corporate ladder. Their levels range from five to nine. Its Signature Attack is Crunch. A Number Cruncher is someone who is capable of performing complex and https://toontownrewritten.fandom.com/wiki/Number_Cruncher Tightwad The Tightwad is the third Cog on the corporate ladder of Cashbots. Their level ranges from Level 3 to Level 7. A Tightwad is a person who doesn't like to spend or lend money. https://toontownrewritten.fandom.com/wiki/Tightwad Downsizer The Downsizer is the fifth Cog on the Bossbot corporate ladder. Their levels range from Level five to Level nine. A Downsizer is someone who reduces company employee numbers, or removes assets, often in order https://toontownrewritten.fandom.com/wiki/Downsizer Back 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Next Related Wiki Old School RuneScape Wiki Games 10K pages 30K images 0 videos Old School RuneScape is Jagex's official term for an alternative version of the Runescape game that was forked from a backup of the Runescape source code as it had been on 10 August 2007. 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