Hey Howdy Hey Tappers!
Let the heisting begin! The latest event in Springfield, The Springfield Job, is all about pulling off elaborate Heists…well not too elaborate Homer is involved…in a bet between two Nuclear Power Plant owners.
As we all know, that limited-time label can tempt us to grab everything in sight because it’ll be gone soon. But don’t sweat it! That’s where we come in to tell you what’s worth those donuts and what you might want to hold off on.
Wondering if you should add the Pompeii Ruins to your Springfield? Well before you hit that confirm button let’s break down the pros and cons of adding this ancient meltdown to your town…
Building/Decoration: Pompeii Ruins
Donut Cost:50 Donuts
Earns:3% bonus on all cash and XP
Can Be Placed: grass|dirt
Leaves stores April 1st
-Comes with a short questline
-Earns a great bonus % for donuts spent
-Large footprint for Springfield (especially when many of you have issues with land)
-After the questline no permanent task there
Premium or Freemium:
If you’re after bonus % this is a good buy for donuts spent. However, if you’re short on space pass. The footprint almost doesn’t justify the bonus %….
Of course, in the end, it’s your decision, we can only tell you what we would or wouldn’t do…and as a premium player, I’m passing. But whatever you decide, just make sure you make your final decision before it leaves our games for good (or for now).
Here’s a look at the dialogue it comes with…
Pompeii It Forward
Bart: Let me guess. Another historically accurate landmark.
Lisa: You should be excited! We can learn all about the intersection between public and private life in the late Roman Republic.
Lisa: You can see mummies who were buried in lava.
Bart: What are we waiting for? Let’s go learn things!
Make Lisa Study History- 4hrs, Earns $260, 70xp
Make Bart Read Ancient Graffiti- 4hrs, Earns $260, 70xp
What are your thoughts on the Pompeii Ruins? Will you be spending the donuts to bring it to your Springfield? Did you already? Why or why not? Where have you placed it in your town? Sound off in the comments below, you know we love hearing from you!