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A '''Toon Building''' is a building located on [[street]]s and [[playground]]s that can be entered through its door. Many Toon Buildings have [[shopkeepers]] inside them–residents of [[Toontown (world)|Toontown]] ([[NPC]]s) whom Toons can speak with, and are essential for completing all sorts of [[ToonTask]]s. Some Toon Buildings can be entered but lack a shopkeeper, while some other Toon Buildings do not have a door and are there in the street for aesthetic purposes.
A '''Toon Building''' is located on streets and [[playgrounds]]. All of them have a [[NPC]] [[Shopkeepers|shopkeeper]] [[Toons|Toon]] inside. Toon Buildings on streets can turn into [[Cog Building]]s when a [[Cogs|Cog]] steps in. If the building is liberated, a portrait of the Toon's head will hang on a wall inside the building. If you liberated a building and it has been taken over by Cogs again, the [[Toon Headquarters]] will whisper to you saying the Cogs have taken over the building you rescued. Rescuing so many toon buildings consecutively in the same district will earn a colored star above your Toon name. You could recieve a Bronze star for defeating 10 floors of cog buildings.
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There are certain consistent buildings on each main playground (that is, excluding [[Goofy Speedway]] and [[Chip 'n Dale's Acorn Acres]]): [[Toon Headquarters]], [[Goofy's Gag Shop]], a [[Clothing Shop]], and a [[Pet Shop]]. All streets have one Toon Headquarters as well.
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==Exterior==
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The exterior of a Toon Building is a colorful and wacky tall building with a kooky name. They often have a theme that correspond with the respective playground of which they are located in. The names of the Toon Buildings are usually play-on-words related to the playground's theme.
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==Interior==
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Inside most Toon Buildings is nothing more than a simple room with wallpapers, various pieces of furniture, and a desk for the shopkeeper to stand from behind. Confronting a shopkeeper allows the Toon to pick up certain ToonTasks. Each Toon Building is unique with its own name and shopkeeper.
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==Cog takeover==
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When taken over by [[Cogs]], the Toon Building transforms into a tall, gray skyscraper known as a [[Cog Building]]. Once a Toon Building has been taken over, Toons cannot enter the room with the shopkeeper and must enter the elevator to conquer the Cog Building to reclaim the Toon Building. The Toon Building returns to its original state once all Cogs inside are defeated, or when the Cog Building has timed out after a length of inactivity. Rescuing a specific amount of Toon Buildings rewards Toons with ranked stars above their names, and are shown on the [[Toon Platoon]] at the Toon Headquarters.
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==Trivia==
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*One of ''[[Toontown Online]]''<nowiki/>'s many design documents that were offered to the [[Toontown Rewritten Team]] by Bruce Woodside for Toon Buildings and Cog Buildings was revealed by former staff member, [[Fat McStink|Jeremy]], on May 13, 2020.<ref name=designdoc>https://drive.google.com/file/d/1B2F9CoVP8vhXRT6i_rBeRUFyvFB14gG_/view<br />Toontown Online<br />Landmark Building Details<br />REVISED 10/17/2000
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*https://www.reddit.com/r/Toontown/comments/giny0a/any_updates_on_the_documents_from_joey/fqglyw7/<br />'''jjkoletar''' Fat McStink Wed May 13 2020 06:05:13 UTC</ref>
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==Gallery==
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<gallery position="center">
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2018-11-20 (1).png|A Toon's portrait displayed on a Toon Building wall after defeating the Cog Building.
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</gallery>
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==References==
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Latest revision as of 23:56, June 5, 2020

14-1-22 ohmanohmanOHMAN

A Toon Building is a building located on streets and playgrounds that can be entered through its door. Many Toon Buildings have shopkeepers inside them–residents of Toontown (NPCs) whom Toons can speak with, and are essential for completing all sorts of ToonTasks. Some Toon Buildings can be entered but lack a shopkeeper, while some other Toon Buildings do not have a door and are there in the street for aesthetic purposes.

There are certain consistent buildings on each main playground (that is, excluding Goofy Speedway and Chip 'n Dale's Acorn Acres): Toon Headquarters, Goofy's Gag Shop, a Clothing Shop, and a Pet Shop. All streets have one Toon Headquarters as well.

ExteriorEdit

The exterior of a Toon Building is a colorful and wacky tall building with a kooky name. They often have a theme that correspond with the respective playground of which they are located in. The names of the Toon Buildings are usually play-on-words related to the playground's theme.

InteriorEdit

Inside most Toon Buildings is nothing more than a simple room with wallpapers, various pieces of furniture, and a desk for the shopkeeper to stand from behind. Confronting a shopkeeper allows the Toon to pick up certain ToonTasks. Each Toon Building is unique with its own name and shopkeeper.

Cog takeoverEdit

When taken over by Cogs, the Toon Building transforms into a tall, gray skyscraper known as a Cog Building. Once a Toon Building has been taken over, Toons cannot enter the room with the shopkeeper and must enter the elevator to conquer the Cog Building to reclaim the Toon Building. The Toon Building returns to its original state once all Cogs inside are defeated, or when the Cog Building has timed out after a length of inactivity. Rescuing a specific amount of Toon Buildings rewards Toons with ranked stars above their names, and are shown on the Toon Platoon at the Toon Headquarters.

TriviaEdit

GalleryEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1B2F9CoVP8vhXRT6i_rBeRUFyvFB14gG_/view
    Toontown Online
    Landmark Building Details
    REVISED 10/17/2000
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