Super Powers Prize Breakdown: Odin’s of Shelbyville

Hey Howdy Hey Tappers!

Out with Moe’s Ark and in with Superheroes…yes again…as a new mini-event makes its way into our games.

Of course, as we’ve said over the last few years, mini-events have become low stress “events” so you can enjoy some relaxing 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 Price of Power 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, Odin’s of Shelbyville.  What it does and how you unlock it…

The second prize unlocked during the Super Powers Mini Event is Odin’s of Shelbyville:

Here are some more details behind it…

How You Unlock It: Price of Power Pt. 2
Make Rod and Todd Sell Out God for Powers- 4hrs.
Make Lisa Snoop Around From a Safe Distance- 4hrs.
Make Milhouse Show-Off- 4hrs.
Search for Radioactive Ooze- x150.

Once you’ve completed that task you’ll automatically be awarded Odin’s….

And you’ll have the option to store or place it in your Springfield.

Here are some quick facts about the store

Item: Odin’s of Shelbyville
Size: 5×6
Build Time: 4hrs
Earns: $150, 13xp/8hrs
Conform-O-Meter: Consumerism +10
Can be Placed:grass|pavement|boardwalk|pier|dirt
What Does It Do: Basically just a building in Springfield, at the moment (outside of the questline) no tasks there.

And that’s really it my friends.  Just another non-Springfield building for Springfield…

What are your thoughts on Odin’s?  Where have you placed it in your Springfield?   Sound off in the comments below, you know we love hearing from you!

8 responses to “Super Powers Prize Breakdown: Odin’s of Shelbyville

  1. Odin’s of Shelbyville

    Goes swell next to Mylar Baggins 😄
    (yes, that other Building is available in the Mystery Box)
    Maybe EA can do the right thing and offer permanent Tasks here for all of the Nerds and Geeks? 🤷🏼‍♂️

  2. Lisa has to do a task there later on in the event, so you’ll have to build it, before you can put it in storage.

  3. Am I the only one getting frustrated by these buildings that they code animation for that have ONE quest task there then never get animated again? Like… how hard would it be to keep that task in the given character’s task list?

  4. I actually think I prefer these mini events, as they involve less disruption to my own plans for my Springfield.

  5. If I recall correctly you have to place it to complete the quest.

  6. …and you’ll have the option to place it in storage.

    • I actually keep all passive income buildings out since the house price patch, even if they make my Springfield a dense hodge-podge.

  7. what is your theme name

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