In this post, I hope to direct you to the episode that brought us a really cool new character…again…for the Halloween Event. Those of you not lucky enough to have gotten her last year, or those on Android, EA brought back the cauldron. If you purchase it, you will automatically get the “skin” for Marge as a witch. Now the question is, where did this character come from?
With all of the Halloween premium items that are limited-time it may be overwhelming trying to decide which items to buy and what to pass on. With that limited-time label on items I know it can be tempting to just buy everything you can. But, have no fear! That’s where we come in to tell you what’s worth your donuts & what you might want to hold off on.
Wondering if you should add the Cauldron to your Springfield? Well before you hit that confirm button, let’s break down the Pros and Cons of adding the the Cauldron to your Springfield.
Decoration: Cauldron Donut Price: 75 Donuts Unique?: Yes, only 1 Cauldron per Springfield Bonus: 2.25% (bonus cash & XP to all tasks) Bonus % Per Donut Spent: 0.03% Pros: -It unlocks the Witch Marge Costume for Marge, with a whole new set of tasks that earn at a PREMIUM rate (50% more cash & XP) -Ability to speed up a crop -Limited-Time costume from last year that was brought back. Great for new tappers and Android players who couldn’t play TSTO last year because it wasn’t available on Android.
Cons: -No quest line with it. -For 75 donuts you’re not adding a new character or building, mainly just a costume and decoration.
Final Thought: Honestly…if you can swing it, I say go for it. This is one of the more sought after items to the game, and the fact that EA has brought it back for this Halloween is AWESOME. At 75 donuts it’s not the worst item you can buy. Plus you’ll earn a decent bonus percentage rate AND premium rates on her tasks.
As often happens here on Kashyyyk, this Wookiee is wide awake in the wee hours of the morning. No complaints though dear readers, a little known fact is that I’m often at my most productive while the ravenous beasts and carniverous plants of the Shadowlands do their nasty business. Safely tucked away in my wroshyr tree, I decided it might be time for another random, yet hopefully poignant post.