Heaven Won’t Wait: Shakespeare Walkthrough

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Right then, you’ve got your Rundown, Turbo Tappin’ and Calendar up so lets take a look at the premium offering for this act – Shakespeare and Candy Heaven.

As ever this isn’t exactly a Should I Buy, more like it’s a look at what you get if you decide to spend those Donuts so you can make your own minds up.

Here’s what’s in this post:
• Basic info
• Questline with Dialog
• Permanent tasks

Lets get started then, shall we . . .

Basic info:
• Cost: 150 Donuts
• Name: Shakespeare
• Type: Character
• Premium: Yes
• Voiced: No
• Questline: Yes
• Animated Job(s): Yes, 8 and 12 hour jobs
Note: Earns event currency for Acts 2 to 4

Bundled with:
Candy Heaven
• Name: Candy Heaven
• Type: Decoration
• Built: Instant
• Bonus: Yes, 4%
• Earns: Nothing
• Animated: No
• Job(s): Yes, Shakespeare


Questline with Dialog:

To Be, or, Like, Maybe Not part 1:

Comic Book Guy: Thanks for agreeing to do this signing at my store, Mr. Shakespeare. It’s a huge honor.
Comic Book Guy: I’ve always felt like Radioactive Man was a modern day commentary on Hamlet.
Shakespeare: I…know not what that means, but it is truly inspiring to see all the colorful variety of these modern bards, unrestrained as they are from having to please uptight royals.
Shakespeare: In fact, I’m especially pleased to see so many works that are merely new renditions of mine own. I’m really looking forward to collecting these…what do you call them? “Royalties”!
Comic Book Guy: Well actually, that’s not gonna be a thing for you. You see, your works are in what we call “the public domain”.
Shakespeare: The domain of the public is the gutter. What has that to do with my impending riches?
Comic Book Guy: Oh boy. I guess I should explain a few things…

• Make Comic Book Guy Explain Copyright Law – 4 hours
• Make Shakespeare Be Confused by Copyright Law – 4 hours

Reward: 100 $$s, 10 XP

To Be, or, Like, Maybe Not part 2:

Shakespeare: This is an outrage! Other lesser writers can in essence copy my work and then make royalties from their meager efforts, while I can claim no recompense?
Lisa: You realize that we’re aware that almost all of your plays were based on earlier works by other authors who you never compensated, right?
Shakespeare: Zounds! That’s, uh, a very different matter indeed!
Lisa: How’s that?
Shakespeare: Because I was a better writer than they were.
Lisa: You know, you might not be able to able to claim royalties anyway. A lot of scholars now think that you didn’t really write any of your plays.
Shakespeare: WHAT? Where are these vile haters! Stand them before me now and there shall be an accounting!
Lisa: “Haters”?
Comic Book Guy: I may have let him browse the internet for a while.

• Make Shakespeare Look for Haters – 4 hours

Reward: 100 $$s, 10 XP

To Be, or, Like, Maybe Not part 3:

Judge Snyder: Next on the docket, “W. Shakespeare v. Haters and Thieves”. Is this a joke?
Shakespeare: It is not, Your Honor! ‘Tis a tragedy most foul!
Shakespeare: And may I say how I am pleasantly surprised to see a Moor occupying such a prestigious position as yours.
Judge Snyder: What?!
Blue Haired Lawyer: Your Honor, on behalf of anyone with even a moderate understanding of modern copyright law, we request that the plaintiff’s case be dismissed with extreme prejudice.
Judge Snyder: He’s right, Mr. Shakespeare. How do you respond?
Shakespeare: “Why, may not that be the skull of a lawyer? Where be his quiddities now, his quillities, his cases, his tenures, and his tricks?”
Judge Snyder:
Shakespeare: “All scholars, lawyers, courtiers, gentlemen, they call false caterpillars, and intend their death.”
Blue Haired Lawyer: Your Honor, he’s just quoting lines insulting lawyers.
Shakespeare: “A weasel hath not such a deal of spleen as you are toss’d with!”
Blue Haired Lawyer: Your Honor, now he’s insulting my spleen.

• Make Shakespeare Pontificate in Court – 4 hours

Shakespeare: In closing, Your Honor, “If I were covetous, ambitious or perverse, as he will have me, how am I so poor?”
Judge Snyder: That’s just another quotation of your own work, Mr. Shakespeare. I’m throwing your case out, and I would suggest you not refile it!
Shakespeare: “Blessed fig’s end!”

Reward: 100 $$s, 10 XP

To Be, or, Like, Maybe Not part 4:

Comic Book Guy: I’m sorry your court case didn’t go your way. What will you do now, Mr. Shakespeare?
Shakespeare: I shall set quill to parchment once more and draft new great works as only I can!
Lisa: By plumbing the depths of your imagination to find new, original story ideas?
Shakespeare: Something like that.

• Make Shakespeare Draft “New” Stories – 4 hours

Lisa: “Two Dragons of King’s Landing”? “The Fast and the Furious: Much Ado About Family”?
Comic Book Guy: “All’s Well That Endgames Well”?
Lisa: You’re just ripping off stories that everybody already knows and likes!
Shakespeare: Exactly!
Comic Book Guy: I love it! Two thumbs up!
Shakespeare: Oh, that’s a marvelous turn of phrase! Let me write that down…

Reward: 200 $$s, 20 XP


Permanent tasks:
Shakespeare Look for Haters Shakespeare Victory Pose Shakespeare Pontificate in Court
• Task: Be Confused By Copyright Law
• Time: 1 hour
• Earns: 105 $$s, 26 XP
• Animated: No
• Location: Androids Dungeon, Candy Heaven

• Task: Read About Himself Online
• Time: 4 hours
• Earns: 260 $$s, 70 XP
• Animated: No
• Location: Androids Dungeon, Candy Heaven

• Task: Look For Haters
• Time: 8 hours
• Earns: 420 $$s, 105 XP
• Animated: Yes
• Location: Outside – visual

• Task: Pontificate In Court
• Time: 12 hours
• Earns: 600 $$s, 150 XP
• Animated: Yes
• Location: Outside – visual

• Task: Draft New Stories
• Time: 24 hours
• Earns: 1,000 $$s, 225 XP
• Animated: No
• Location: Springfield Library, Candy Heaven


There you have it, over to you. Is this a must-buy, a maybe or a hard-pass?
Your opinions might help any Addict who’s not made up their minds yet so please share your thoughts in the comments.

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