Should I Spend Donuts on Radioactive Milhouse, Saxophone Lisa or Wizard Martin?

Hey Howdy Hey Tappers!

It’s Halloween in Springfield!  And several of the youngsters have costumes available in the store to help get into the festive Halloween spirit!  Now I know you may be trying to decide if these are worth YOUR donuts, but don’t sweat it!  We’re here to tell you what’s worth the donuts and what you might want to hold off on.

Wondering if you should add Radioactive Milhouse, Saxophone Lisa or Wizard Martin to your Halloween party?  Well before you hit that confirm button let’s break down the pros and cons of adding these festive kids to your festivities!

 

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Because all three costumes are so similar in their Pros and Cons, as well as what they do I decided to combine them all into one post.  

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Character/Skin: Radioactive Man Milhouse
Donut Price: 75 donuts

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Character/Skin: Saxophone Lisa
Donut Price: 60 Donuts

charactersets_martin_wizard

Character/Skin: Wizard Martin
Donut Price: 75 Donuts

The following are Pros and Cons that apply to all 3…

Pros:
-Comes with a quest line
-Premium character earns 50% more on all cash and xp than a freemium character
-Has some amusing outdoor tasks
-Earn at a premium rate at the campfire

Cons:
-Will not help with the THOH Event (in other words there characters still earn at the freemium rate at the Campfire) Update on 10/21 corrected this
-None of the characters have a full set of tasks
-Expensive for costumes that don’t come with a building/decoration

Final Thought:
Premium or Freemium:
Personally these are probably a pass for most.  They don’t really do much and their tasks are limited.  While it’s fun to have the characters dress up, there’s no real added benefit to having these guys in your town.   So for the most part I’d pass.  However, if you really love one of the costumes then go for it.  Since most premium decisions come down to if you like it or not.

Of course in the end it’s your decision, we can only tell you what we would/wouldn’t do…and I can tell I’ll most likely pass on all three of these.    However, this IS a limited-time item.  So if you’re thinking about getting one of them make sure you make your final decision before they leave our games at the end of the Halloween Event.

Radioactive Milhouse’s Permanent Tasks:

Task Length Earns Location
Stand Up to Bullies 3hrs $200, 55xp Outside/
School
Go to School 6hrs $225, 55xp School
Be a Hero 24hrs $1,000, 225xp Outdoor/
School

Saxophone Lisa’s Permanent Tasks:

Task Length Earns Location
Practice a Saxophone Solo at Home 4hrs $260, 70xp Outside/
Simpson House
Play a Saxophone Solo at Springfield Elementary 4hrs $260, 70xp Outside/
Springfield Elementary
Play a Saxophone Solo at Town Hall 4hrs $260, 70xp Outside/
Town Hall
Play Street Music 4hrs $260, 70xp Outside
Play a Saxophone Solo 4hrs $260, 70xp Outside
Go to School 6hrs $225, 55xp Springfield Elementary

Wizard Martin’s Permanent Tasks:

Task Length Earns Location
Prove his Worth 4hrs $260, 70xp Outside
Engage in Single Combat (Requires CBG) 4hrs $435, 115xp Outside/
Android’s Dungeon


What are your thoughts on Radioactive Milhouse, Saxophone Lisa or Wizard Martin?  Will you be spending the donuts to bring any of them to your Springfield (or did you already)? Thougths on Halloween so far? Sound off in the comments below, you know we love hearing from you!
 

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86 responses to “Should I Spend Donuts on Radioactive Milhouse, Saxophone Lisa or Wizard Martin?

  1. Just to check before I purchase, Wizard Martin only has one 4hr premium rate task? Is that correct?

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  2. So would Martin be worth a buy for 25 doughnuts back?

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  3. I found a typo that seems to have slipped through over the last two years.
    “Character/Skin: Wizard Martin
    Donut Prize: 75 Donuts”
    It sounds as if you receive 75 donuts as a prize for obtaining him.

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