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Senior Vice President of Sales
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Cog information
Type Sellbots
Location Sellbot Towers
Attack information
Number of attacks 6
Weakest attack(s) Bump
Strongest attack(s) Jump (boss Cog)
Lowest damage 1
Highest damage 10
Average damage 4
Statistics based on attack damage.
Lineage
Preceded by
Mr. Hollywood
Succeeded by
The Chairman
"Go! And make that sale!"
―Senior Vice President of Sales

The Senior Vice President of Sales, commonly known as the Vice President or the V.P., is the boss Cog of the Sellbots. He resides atop the Sellbot Towers in Sellbot Headquarters.

Appearance

The Senior V.P. is a large Cog with a checkered suit of the traditional magenta Sellbot color. He has a large set of teeth along with binocular eyes. His body is set upon a large rotating gear. He moves by a large metal track underneath him. He has two faces, one on the front of his head and one on the back. The V.P. has several light bulbs attached to the top of his head, and has a small undercarriage underneath him that opens up to allow the Sellbots to enter a battle with Toons.

Phrases

  • "You are hereby promoted to full-fledged Sellbots. Congratulations!"
  • "Go! And make that sale!"
  • "Welcome, new Cogs! You are hereby promoted to full-fledged Sellbots. Congratu--"
  • "Huh? Toons! In disguise!"

Battle

In order to battle the V.P., Toons must earn parts for their Sellbot Cog Disguise by successfully defeating the Sellbot Factory's Factory Foreman ten times.

The boss battle begins as Toons slowly approach the V.P. while he congratulates his Sellbots for their promotion and tells them to make a sale. As he proceeds to congratulate his "new Cogs" for their promotion, the caged shopkeeper accidentally exposes them for being Toons. Toons are removed from their Sellbot Cog Disguises and the V.P. initiates the first Cog battle round shortly afterward.

First round: Cog battle

After the V.P. foils the Toons' plans and realizes that the "Cogs" are actually Toons due to accidentally being exposed by the caged shopkeeper, Toons face Sellbots ranging from all levels. The battle style is very basic and most Cogs here are rather low on the corporate ladder. This round includes Sellbots that Toons could find in Daisy Gardens and several other Cogs.

Second round: Skelecog battle

After battling the first round, the shopkeeper's cage will move slightly down and the V.P. will move close to the elevator. Toons then face another round of Cogs, this time being Skelecogs, as they enter from the V.P.'s undercarriage. The Skelecogs range from levels eight to twelve, meaning they can be Glad Handers, Mover & Shakers, Two-Faces, The Minglers, or Mr. Hollywoods.

Third round: V.P. battle

The caged shopkeeper provides Toons with an infinite amount of Whole Cream Pies when they jump up to them. Toons must throw the pies into the V.P.'s undercarriage when it opens up to shoot gears, after which a Toon must throw them at his upper body to knock him backward. Toons can also throw the pies at other Toons to heal one laff point per hit. To throw Whole Cream Pies, Toons must either click (and hold) the gag's icon on the top of the screen or hit the default "Delete" key on the keyboard.

Once the pies knock the V.P. back far enough, he will fall off the surface of the Sellbot Towers. Afterward, Toons perform a victory dance, receive skill points for their gags and credit for their ToonTasks if any, gain a promotion for their Sellbot Cog Disguise, and obtain two SOS cards given by the shopkeeper.

Attacks

  • Bump: Although this is not an actual attack used by the V.P., Toons can lose one laff point when bumping into his undercarriage.
  • Swipe: The V.P. swipes at Toons who bump into him if they are near him, deducting five laff points. Other Toons in close proximity can be affected by this attack as well.
  • Throw Gears: The V.P. targets a single Toon and throws a number of gears at them, deducting three laff points if hit. The Toon can move backward or run in any other direction away from the gears to avoid the attack.
  • Gear Shower: The V.P. spins his torso, causing gears to fly out of his body, deducting three laff points from Toons in close proximity. Toons can simply move away from him to avoid the attack.
  • Undercarriage Gears: The V.P.'s undercarriage opens up and gears shoot out of it, which deduct two laff points. When this happens, a Toon should throw Whole Cream Pies into the opening to stun him.
  • Jump: The V.P. jumps up and slams back down to the ground, deducting 10 laff points from any Toon who remains on the ground. This is a powerful attack that can be avoided by pressing the default "Control" key on the keyboard to jump. Whenever the V.P. jumps, he begins to slowly move back up the incline. If there are no Toons in his range, he jumps nonstop until one Toon comes near him.

Name of origin

A "Vice President" is responsible for establishing the sales targets to meet the company's objectives.

Trivia

  • The only role, based on observations, that the Vice President possesses is promoting Cogs. Although, based on the definition of a real world V.P. associated with marketing, he could also be responsible for managing the sales of his corporation.
  • The Vice President was first seen in a pre-Beta video of Toontown Rewritten that was uploaded by Joey before Beta opened.[1]
  • The Vice President is the only boss battle where:
    • the entire battle is fought outside of the facility rather than within an interior of some sort.
    • there is an introduction to a randomized NPC Toon, unlike the other boss battles where the same Toon is always introduced.
    • the boss Cog does not realize firsthand that the incoming "Cogs" are Toons in Cog Disguises.
    • there are two turn-based combat rounds consisted of Cogs and Skelecogs separately.
    • the boss Cog does not say something upon being defeated.
  • When the Vice President is idle, he starts off stationary but eventually begins to move forward very slowly after jumping. He also speeds up every time he starts to jump.
    • Once he is stunned, he then once more becomes stationary.
  • The Vice President is one of three boss Cogs without "Chief" in their name.
  • The Vice President has two different faces; one that smiles and the other that frowns. This may suggest he could possibly be two-faced.
  • It is unknown where he goes after he falls off of the Sellbot Towers. Although unconfirmed, it is believed that the Vice President formed the giant ditch from the Sellbot Headquarters courtyard due to the impact of his fall.
  • SOS shopping is a term used to describe the practice of entering a Vice President boss battle in hopes of finding a desirable SOS Toon. If a player deems the SOS Toon undesirable, they essentially disconnect from the battle and enter another.
  • This is the only boss battle that was affected by the Silly Meter's mega Silly Surge on March 13, 2019; the Vice President himself was unable to withstand the maximum silliness and rolled off the surface on his own, prompting an automatic win for Toons.[2]

Gallery

References

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FlunkyPencil PusherYesmanMicromanagerDownsizerHead HunterCorporate RaiderThe Big Cheese
Chief Executive Officer
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Bottom FeederBloodsuckerDouble TalkerAmbulance ChaserBack StabberSpin DoctorLegal EagleBig Wig
Chief Justice
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Short ChangePenny PincherTightwadBean CounterNumber CruncherMoney BagsLoan SharkRobber Baron
Chief Financial Officer
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Cold CallerTelemarketerName DropperGlad HanderMover & ShakerTwo-FaceThe MinglerMr. Hollywood
The BoilerVice President
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GoonsSkelecogsVirtual SkelecogsVersion 2.0 Cogs
Director of Ambush MarketingThe Chairman
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