Should I Spend Donuts on Wolf the Bounty Hunter and Bail Bonds?

Hey Howdy Hey Tappers!

It’s time for a little bounty hunting in Springfield! Breakout Bounty is an all-new mini-event to hit our pocket-sized towns, and it’s full of bounty hunters, convicts, and everything in-between! Of course, an all-new event means all-new premium content in our stores, just tempting us to drop those pink sprinkles!

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 Wolf the Bounty Hunter and Bail Bonds to your Springfield?  Well before you hit that confirm button let’s break down the pros and cons of adding this combo to your town…

Building/Decoration: Bail Bonds
Character: Wolf the Bounty Hunter
Donut Cost: 150 Donuts
$135, 15xp/4hrs
Obedience +20
Can Be Placed:
WDTCF: “Sex, Pies and Idiot Scrapes” S20, E1

Leaves stores September 29th

The Rundown:
-Standard price for a character/building combo
-Helps earn event currency at a premium rate
-Comes with questline
-Visual Tasks are 1hr and 4hrs, plus he walks outside for his 12hr task
-Animated tasks are fun
-Will use Bail Bonds for tasks

What Did I Do?:
I grabbed this combo right away.  I like having the premium character for the mini-events, and his tasks are pretty funny.  Plus this is a combo I literally requested back in March of this year! (thanks for listening EA!)

Here’s a look at the tasks…

Wolf the Bounty Hunter’s Permanent Tasks:

Task Length Earns Location
Get Ripped 1hr $105, 26xp Outside/Visual
Get in the Criminal Mindset 4hrs $260, 70xp Outside/Visual
Pick Up a New Warrant 8hrs $420, 105 Bail Bonds
Hunt for Criminals 12hrs $600, 150xp Bars in Springfield/Homes in Springfield (he will walk, slowly, from bar to bar/house to house)
Network with Other Bounty Hunters 24hrs $1,000, 225xp Good Neighbors Bounty Hunters/Bars in Springfield

I’ll have the full dialogue of the questline up later on, but for now, here’s the Turbo Tappin’ version of the questline…

Snake Charmer Pt. 1
Wolf starts

Make Wolf Work Out With Criminals- 4hrs
Make Snake Be Impressed- 4hrs

Snake Charmer Pt. 2
Wolf starts

Make Wolf “Play Golf”- 4hrs
Make Snake “Play Golf”- 4hrs

Snake Charmer Pt. 3
Wolf starts

Make Wolf Breathe a Sigh of Relief- 4hrs
Make Wiggum Remain Oblivious- 4hrs

Snake Charmer Pt. 4
Wolf starts

Make Wolf Make a Plan- 4hrs
Make Snake Interrupt Wolf’s Explanation- 4hrs

And that’s it, my friends, the details on Wolf and Bail Bonds!

Thoughts on Wolf and Bail Bonds? 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? Design plans?  Sound off in the comments below, you know we love hearing from you!

And feel free to share some photos of your design plan as well! If you need help (or a refresher) posting photos in the comments, check out this post

3 responses to “Should I Spend Donuts on Wolf the Bounty Hunter and Bail Bonds?

  1. Is the copyright lawyer an actual character? I don’t recall seeing him before.

  2. Worth the sprinkles (mmmmm 🍩’s!)
    One of the better Premium Character Combos this year (my opinion!) 😀

    Not related (but worth repeating) EA should have offered up Lucky Jim, too (I know he can’t be voiced, but the Character has great moments with Homer Simpson in “Sex, Pies, and Idiot Scrapes”!) 👍🏻

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