Hey Howdy Hey Tappers!
Ah the first update of 2018 is upon us! As the Buck Stops here mini-event rolled through Springfield last week. Gotta love mini-events, a nice relaxing way to enjoy some downtime in TSTO but still have something to keep you tapping every so often.
Remember, this event is designed to follow a series of tasks via the questline to unlock prizes. For each of the parts of the Well-Scare State 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 second prize, the Capital City Convention Center. What it does and how you unlock it…
The second prize unlocked during the Buck Stops Here Mini Event is the Capital City Convention Center:
Here are some more details behind it…
How You Unlock It: Wel-Scare State Pt. 2
Build the Capital City Plaza Hotel- 4hr build
Make Lisa Run the Liberal Convention- 3hrs
Earn Executive Orders- x250
Conform-O-Meter Impact: Consumerism +10
Build Time: 4hrs
Earns: $90, 10xp/4hrs
Animation: Animated when in use
It does come with some short dialogue and a 1 part task, here’s a look at it now:
A Convention’s Convention
Lisa: Ooh, the Capital City Convention Center! A Mensa convention would fill this place to 2% capacity, which is equal to the percentage of the population smart enough to join!
DrNick: I could book a medical convention to get free samples so I can stop using the same scalpel over and over…
Homer: The Gummi convention could come back…
CBG: I could book Bi-Mon-Sci-Fi-Con! I’ve got a He-Man cosplay I’ve been wanting to wear!
Dr Nick: …
Quimby: As a government official, I can’t stop your right to express yourself by wearing a loin cloth in public as a grown man under the guise of liking an old children’s cartoon. But I can do what the government does best: impede your grossness with endless red tape!
Make Springfielders Go Through Red Tape- x5. 4hrs, Earns $175, 45xp Freemium and $260, 70xp Premium
And that completes the details of the second Buck Stops Here prize!
What are your thoughts on the Capital City Convention Center? Where have you placed it in your Springfield? Sound off in the comments below, you know we love hearing from you!