Rommelwood Academy Prize Breakdown: The Eliminator and Conquer the Eliminator Task

Note: Many of you are reporting the St. Patrick’s Day items left the store early according to your in-game timers.  While, this post indicates the items leave the store on March 21st (today), it is EXTREMELY important for your games to provide players with accurate information.  Including on the game timers.  The best thing I can tell you to do is contact EA.  Let them know the timers were incorrect.  Hopefully that will cause them to fix the problem.
While we try to always let you know the end dates for items, you shouldn’t have to rely on a website (that’s not run by EA) to tell you when something leaves the stores.  That’s why there are timers in the games.  So it’s really important that EA fixes this issue. 

Hey Howdy Hey Tappers!

So I’m doing something a little different this time around.  While I’ll still cover, in detail, all of the prizes I’m going to start with the last two prizes, the Eliminator and Lisa’s task there.  Why?  Well because many of you are getting to the final prize and you want to know what to expect.  Rather than force you to wait while I cover everything before it, I figured it’ be better to cover the last one (or two) first.

This event is designed to follow a series of tasks via the questline to unlock prizes.  For each of the parts of the Left, Right, Left questline you’ll have to earn  via various character tasks in order to unlock the prize for that part.

Let’s take a look at the details of the fifth and sixth prizes.  What it does and how you unlock them..


The fifth prize you’ll unlock is The Eliminator..

Here are some more details behind it…

How You Unlock It: Left, Right, Left Pt. 5….
Make Lisa Complete Rifle Training- 3hrs, Earns 20 , 35xp
Collect Class Coins- x450

Size: 4×12
Conform-O-Meter Impact: Obedience +5
Build Time: Instant
Earns: n/a until you complete the event
Task: AFTER you complete Pt. 6 of this questline you’ll unlock a task for Lisa there.  See details below…


The sixth (and final) prize you’ll unlock is Lisa’s Task to Conquer The Eliminator..

Here are some more details behind it…

How You Unlock It: Left, Right, Left Pt. 6….
Make Martin Serve Double Detention- 3hrs, Earns 10 , 35xp
Collect Class Coins- x480

This is a fantastic animated task for Lisa on The Eliminator.
Task Length: 12hrs, Earns $420, 100xp.

So once you’ve unlocked this task you’ll complete the Rommelwood Academy prize track questline…

So what’s next?  Well, like a few mini events before it, you can earn bonus prizes!

How do you do that?

Well, each time you send Lisa to Conquer the Eliminator you’ll earn a prize when the task is complete…

So basically send Lisa to Conquer the Eliminator and every 12hrs you’ll win 1 of 4 prizes!

So, what can you win?  Well honestly none of the prizes are terribly exciting, but still something nonetheless.  Here’s a look:

 Training Dummy

 5 Chain Link Fences

 Bomb Shelter

Mini Nuclear Warhead

So out of that list, the “best” prize (because it offers a bonus %) is the Mini Nuclear Warhead.  Of course that’s also the hardest prize to get. While it seems the Training Dummy is the most common prize.  (at least for me)

And that completes the details of the last two Rommelwood Academy prizes! Including what happens when it’s all over…

(remember I’m doing this a little different this time, so I’ll be back later to cover prizes 1-4)

What are your thoughts on the Eliminator and/or Lisa’s task there? Have you finished the prize track?  If not how close are you to finishing?  (remember there’s still a week left, so there’s no rush if you’re not close)  Where have you placed the Eliminator in your Springfield?  Have you earned any prizes from Lisa’s task?  Which ones?   Sound off in the comments below, you know we love hearing from you!

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77 responses to “Rommelwood Academy Prize Breakdown: The Eliminator and Conquer the Eliminator Task

  1. Training dummy, chain link fence, then bomb shelter after bomb shelter

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  2. Josephine Kick@$$

    EA needs to add another % prize other than the warhead. (Or shorten the task length) 😊

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  3. Are we expecting a Springfield Heights continuation?

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  4. Maybe I will finally get another mini nuke to go with the one I got from the rocket a long long time ago.

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  5. It’s pronounced Nucular!

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  6. I called EA to report the St patty stuff being gone this afternoon like Alissa suggested for us to do the support rep had no clue about what I was talking about but said would pass along to developers also mentioned the continuous getting logged out and having to log back in to get into game this she said they are aware of and are working on it just logged into my game without having to sign in and the St Patties stuff was back with the timer back at 2days left
    I am not waiting and taking a chance on missing out on the duff deal again ….. Instantly purchased….. Ohhhhhhh yeah the Duff man is in my game

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  7. Hi, does anyone know the odds of getting the mini nuke (e.g. 1/4 or 1/100)? Thanks 🙂

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    • I wish I knew, but my first two prizes were the mini nuke. I really hope it is 1/100 because I just broke odds of 1/100,000 to do that 😀

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  8. Argh! Just contacted EA to add my name to those who were saving up to buy the St Patrick’s Day items but now they are gone. Hope EA does the right thing and brings they back.

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  9. wow.. a chance to get another bomb shelter woo-hoo!!!

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  10. I see that one of the prizes from the eliminator is the mini nuke. Is it still possible to win that prize from the rocket shuttle? I have been sending that stupid rocket into space daily since the deep space homer mini event and I still have not won a single mini nuke. I know the odds are very slim, but I have won multiple Kang and Kodos topiary as well as countless hail ant signs and debris. I figure I would have at least earned one by now. Anyone else still have yet to win one?

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    • It took me a year to collect one mini nuke from rocket launch… already have two training​ dummies from eliminator, not going to start holding my breath just yet on the warhead. The silver lining is that now the odds have increased with two ways to get one, so maybe in 6 months I’ll have another ☺☺

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    • I’ve been playing constantly since that event and have managed to get 3 Mini-Nukes. Also don’t forget that there are sometimes Donuts in the debris so put it out in your Springfield and get Homer and Lisa to clean it up.

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      • I tap every day, multiple times a day. I’ve been tapping like that since Halloween 2013. What can I say, I’m an addict. However, I must digress, it is somewhat frustrating to hear you have earned that many mini nukes when I have yet to get one. But hey, that’s the way it goes. Congrats on your success!

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  11. Was the rocket from a mini event like this ? Not in my game but iv’e only been playing for about 10 – 11 months.

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  12. I really don’t get how I’m so far behind on this. I have Greta, Leopold and the plane. I’ve been playing pretty consistently and I only just unlocked The Eliminator. Oh well, lots of time to spare.

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  13. The task earns really well, since you get a nice price for selling off the training dummies plus the payoff.

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  14. So if my count is right we are now up to four infinitely repeatable tasks/games that have at least a small chance to reward premium prizes / donuts (rocket, chili, find maggie, eliminator). Or am I forgetting others? There is also the monorail (donuts), Akira (bonsai — premium but no bonus), the robot black-hole (returns non-premium prizes), and the submarine (extra tiles, but otherwise non-premium prizes)…

    The nice thing is that if you have Lisa on the task and need her for something else you can (presumably — haven’t tested) store the eliminator to free her up. That means she can basically stay there when she isn’t actively needed elsewhere. It seemed like you can also initiate the task from the item, so you don’t need to find her each time.

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    • It’s interesting to read them all put together like that!
      Does the chilli game earn any % increase prizes?
      And how does Akira earn bonsai trees?

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    • I was just hoping that someone would make a list like this. Thanks!

      As far as other “specialty” things, I think you almost got them all. The rest of the non-regular gameplay (anything not tapping buildings and send people on jobs) would be:

      Premium Prizes/Donut Potential:
      1. Rocket
      2. Chili
      3. Find Maggie
      4. Eliminator
      5. Monorail
      6. Sideshow You in Krustyland
      7. Daily Prizes
      8. Cleaning Debris
      9. Tapping Friends

      Interactive Non-Premium Prizes/Cash:
      1. Kwik-E-Mart Scratch-R
      2. Dog Races (sort of)
      3. Go-Kart Races (sort of)
      4. Black Hole Robot Invasion

      Non-interactive Buildings that must be given missions
      1. Cletus’s Farm
      2. Channel 6
      3. Drive in Theater
      4. KBBL Radio

      Then there are things like the Open Air Stage, Springfield Heights, the Bounce House, the Fire Department, etc. as well, but these all require characters, so I don’t count them as “extra”.

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