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500 to Go!
|Throwing (before a hit): Hit: Miss:|
The Wedding Cake is the level seven Throw gag and the final gag in the Throw track that is preceded by the Birthday Cake. A Toon obtains this gag by gaining 10,000 skill points. After obtaining the gag, the skill points meter converts to "500 to Go!", allowing the Toon to earn another Wedding Cake for every 500 skill points.
As with all level seven gags, Toons can only use one Wedding Cake before having to gain 500 skill points or by collecting the gag in their garden to obtain another, since the Wedding Cake cannot be bought from Goofy's Gag Shop.
- After choosing the gag, the Toon will take out the Wedding Cake and throw it at every single Cog in battle.
- Each tier of the Wedding Cake will separate and hit an individual Cog.
- If the gag misses, the Cogs will jump to the side and the Wedding Cake will disappear. If the gag does not miss, the Cogs will be hit by the Wedding Cake with a large pink splat (if the gag is about to hit, a short melody would be played before throwing).
- All Cogs in battle will either explode or resume battling, depending on their health.
- Towards the end of Alpha, the Wedding Cake was first used by Flippy during Doomsday to successfully defeat the Director of Ambush Marketing. Toons, however, could not use the Wedding Cake or any other gag besides the Whole Cream Pie during the event since gags were generally unavailable for the duration of Alpha due to lack of Cogs and the battle system.
- During one of the first ToonTasks that involve riding the Trolley, Clerk Clara shows a sneak peek of a 100-damage Wedding Cake in the Trolley's Gag Shop.
- The Wedding Cake is the only gag with a sound effect that signals whether it is going to hit or miss before it approaches the Cog(s) in a battle.
- Rocky is a five-star SOS Toon who uses a Wedding Cake that deals 132 damage, which is the same as an organic Wedding Cake.
- According to Toontown Rewritten's trading card, the two Toons on top of the Wedding Cake go by the name of Grume McLoom and Bryde Tabee.