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Level 52 and Money Mountain ***WALKTHROUGH***

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Dora the Endorser Pt. 1

Kent Brockman starts

Kent Brockman: Kent Brockman, reporting live on the scene of my own studio with this urgent report!
Kent Brockman: Outbreaks of bird flu, swine flu, and the once thought to be impossible hybrid – flying pig flu – are sweeping the nation, shutting down the town's restaurant industry.
Kent Brockman: In the face of catastrophe, Krusty, can you tell us how your restaurant is coping?
Krusty: This wouldn't have been a problem if we were allowed to switch to all B.E.E.F. patties.
Kent Brockman: Don't you mean “beef”?
Krusty: No, B.E.E.F. Byproducts of Endangered Entrails of…you know what, let's leave it a mystery.
Krusty: The upside is we're taking matters into our own hands and building a good old-fashioned slaughterhouse to produce our M.E.A.T. locally.

Task: Build Springfield Slaughterhouse

Lunchlady Dora: The slaughterhouse and Springfield Elementary have a lot in common.
Lunchlady Dora: For example, neither perform background checks.

Dora the Endorser Pt. 2

Skinner starts

Skinner: It's great to have you back in the kitchen, Dora. The children were growing suspicious after a week straight of “Bring Your Parents' Lunches To School Day".
Lunchlady Dora: I'm happy to be back.
Lunchlady Dora: Sorry, what I meant to say was I'm back.
Skinner: That's the spirit! We also need someone to fill in as school nurse. You up for the job?
Lunchlady Dora: Can I steal all the tongue depressors I want?
Skinner: If that number is less than three, then yes!

Task: Make Dora Work a Nursing Shift
Time: 1h
Location: Springfield Elementary

Dora the Endorser Pt. 3

Lunchlady Dora starts

Lunchlady Dora: It's your lucky day kids! We've got an all meat menu provided directly from the Springfield Slaughterhouse.
Lisa: But what are vegetarians supposed to eat?
Lunchlady Dora: I dropped a few cigarettes in the pot. Tobacco's a plant.
Lisa: Why don't you put something nutritious on the menu? Like baby carrots.
Lunchlady Dora: How about I meet you halfway with baby cow? Veal's nutritious and delicious. And not nutritious.
Lisa: That's disgusting!
Lisa: Good thing I never leave home without my Malibu Stacy “Mouthy B” portable protest kit.

Task: Make Lisa Protest the School Menu
Time: 12h
Location: Springfield Elementary
Task: Make Lunchlady Dora Serve Lunch
Time: 4h
Location: Springfield Elementary

Dora the Endorser Pt. 4

Lisa starts

Lisa: Principal Skinner, the national standard for school lunches demands a balanced meal. Does a diet of all meat, all the time sound balanced to you?
Skinner: According to this food pyramid it does.
Lisa: That's just a pile of raw meat on your desk!
Skinner: Our new nurse, Dora, already branded her stamp of approval into this pyramid.
Lisa: Well if you believe it's so nutritious, you won't mind me inviting all the parents in town to sample this disgusting slop?
Lunchlady Dora: Disgusting Slop was yesterday. Today is Disgusting Slop Surprise.

Tapped_Out_Meat_Can.png
Task: Build Meat Can
Task: Make Dora Find Ingredients
Time: 8h
Location: Meat Can
Task: Make Parents Eat Cafeteria Food [x10]
Time: 4h
Location: Springfield Elementary

On Job start:

Homer: Is this the slop they've been feeding our kids? And more importantly, are there seconds?
Marge: “Salisbury steak now with 100% less Salisbury"? "Chicken nuggets now with 20% more chicken face”? I don't like the sound of any of this.
Mrs. Muntz: If my boy keeps gettin' steak at school, pretty soon he'll think he's too good for the rest of us.
Ned: Frankly I think the word meat should be forbidden from school entirely. It's too sexual.
Helen Lovejoy: I'm not joining this campaign just because I like shouting slogans... but FIX IT OR NIX IT!

Dora the Endorser Pt. 5

Skinner starts

Skinner: Young lady, this is no place for independent thought and creative problem solving – this is a school!
Lunchlady Dora: All the parents are riled up, but where am I supposed to find fruits and vegetables? They don't grow on trees!
Lisa: You could try increasing the budget.
Skinner: Are you kidding? I can't even afford the red ink we need to tell us how in debt we are.
Lisa: Healthy eating is an important part of children's growth. It's like art or music.
Skinner: Of course – just like art or music! I'll cut lunches entirely!

Task: Make Parents Pack Lunches [x5]
Time: 2h
Location: Kwik-E-Mart

On Job start:

Bernice Hibbert: As a working mother, I never thought I would have to stoop so low as working as a mother.
Luann: Doing this day in and day out has started to take a toll on my notes to Milhouse: “I packed extra cookies. I hope you choke on them. Love, Mom.”
Marge: Homer keeps eating the lunches I pack the kids. I tried decoy lunches, but he got those too. Same for the hidden lunches, backup lunches, and emergency lunches.
Helen Lovejoy: Won't somebody please think of the parents!

On Job end:

Wiggum: Ah jeez, Ralphie. The evidence closet is all out of peanut butter and jelly taken from the scene of the Sandwich Strangler murders. What else do you want?
Ralph: How about sushi? It's like your body is a stream and the fish are swimming down it.
Wiggum: Sushi, eh? Well as long as it can stay in an unrefrigerated sack for five hours, it's fine by me.
System Message: Take a look at what's on the menu for Ralph at the Happy Sumo. Complete Akira's quests to find out!
Tapped_Out_Sushi_Ralph_Notification.png

Dora the Endorser Pt. 6

Lunchlady Dora starts

Lunchlady Dora: Parents! I spent all night slaving away in the school kitchen and I've come up with an affordable meat-based recipe.
Homer: Mmmm! This is both unusual and delicious! And I should know, I once ate a frozen pizza with the wrapper still on.
Luigi: Mama-mia! This is good enough to serve at my restaurant. And no, I don't have a child -- I thought this was a meet-up for single Italians.
Lisa: But what about me, what about my dietary needs?
Homer: Please Lisa, this isn't about you. Who even remembers how this all started.
Lisa: I started it. I called you all in. This is completely about me!
Homer: Lisa, there's no me in meat. Now apologize to Dora – I'm sure whatever she made this food out of is as healthy and nutritious as it is cheap.

Task: Make Dora Grind Gym Mats
Time: 12h
Location: Springfield Slaughterhouse
Task: Make Dora Mash Insects
Time: 8h
Location: Springfield Slaughterhouse
Task: Make Lisa Spy on Dora's Operation
Time: 8h
Location: Springfield Slaughterhouse

Lisa: Apu! No one understands my choice to be a vegetarian. Why won't they listen?
Apu: I learned long ago to accept people as they are without judgment, and to ignore all those meat-eating ****.
Lisa: Huh. Then maybe I won't tell them that the Lunchlady is feeding kids a mix of old gym mats and bugs.
Apu: Disgusting…and intriguingly cost efficient. Do you think she'll share her recipe?
Lisa: I can't do it. I can't stand by and let my fellow students eat gym mats. I must report this to the press.

Dora the Endorser Pt. 7

Kent Brockman starts

Kent Brockman: I'm Kent Brockman covering this hour's scandal of the century.
Kent Brockman: Dora, is it true that you've been feeding Springfield Elementary children a mix of gym mats and bugs?
Lunchlady Dora: No, Kent. It's also 10% pencil shavings.
Kent Brockman: What about all the free meat from the Springfield Slaughterhouse?
Lunchlady Dora: We had to sell it, along with that patch of fertile soil located behind the school and our robust seed collection, to afford enough gym mats and insects husks.
Kent Brockman: Well there you have it – a problem without a solution. It'll be interesting to see how Springfield parents react, but not as interesting as this next clip of me jet skiing.

Task: Make Students Eat Cafeteria Food [x5]
Time: 1h
Location: Springfield Elementary

Bart: Lisa, of all the mysteries you've solved, this is the one I most wished you hadn't.
Lisa: The truth hurts. But I am surprised how little parents seem to care that kids are eating grasshoppers and old wrestling mats.
Homer: Lisa, raising kids is a lot like rear-ending a car in a grocery store parking lot. If no one sees it, it's a victim-less crime.
Lisa: Dad, did you rear-end someone in a parking lot?
Homer: Not that anyone saw. Now pass the Malk!<hr/>100px-Tapped_Out_The_Happy_Sumo.png100px-Akira.png

Sushi Ralph Pt. 1

Requires: Dora the Endorser Pt. 5 and Sensei You, Sensei Me Pt. 2 complete

Ralph starts

Wiggum: Now Ralphie, apparently you are aging out of day care and our attempts to make you a latchkey kid have failed horribly.
Ralph: Keys taste delicious but I don't like what they unlock in my tummy.
Wiggum: Luckily for us, the Happy Sumo has opened up this unpaid sushi internship for kids.
Wiggum: It sounds like this program breaks any number of laws, but I'm no expert in what's legal and illegal, so I'll just focus on the positive - all the free ginger I can eat!

Task: Make Ralph Drop off a Resume
Time: 10m
Location: The Happy Sumo

Sushi Ralph Pt. 2

Akira starts

Akira: Let me examine you, Ralph. Such a blank stare, such tender fingers softened from years spent inside the nose. And is that a never closed fontanelle?
Wiggum: Oh yeah. I know it's tempting, but the doctor said try not to poke it with a chopstick. Each time you do, Ralphie loses another word.
Akira: Ralph, what are you thinking right now?
Ralph: ....Pass!
Akira: In Japan, sushi chefs spend years meditating to achieve an empty mind. Your son was born with it. He will be a master!

Task: Make Ralph Prepare Sushi
Time: 3h
Location: The Happy Sumo

On Job start:

Akira: Such fine sashimi - how did you learn how to use a knife like this, Wiggum-san?
Ralph: I'm not allowed to use a knife because I forget which end to hold. I used safety scissors.
Akira: I have chosen wisely! Wiggum-san, you are a prodigy! I am proud of you, my apprentice.
Ralph: Prood? Pruud? Proud? What does that mean? I've never heard it before. Or I lost it from a chopstick poke.

Sushi Ralph Pt. 3

Wiggum starts

Wiggum: Hear that, folks, my boy is a prodigy. He brings honor to the family name. I should've known – Wiggum's Gaelic for unisex fish genitals.
Wiggum: In honor of what I can only assume will be his greatest accomplishment, all the sushi you can eat! Paid for by the Springfield Police Department.
Lisa: Isn't the police department funded by the taxpayers, meaning this meal will be paid for by us?
Akira: Shhh, little girl. Here's a cucumber roll.
Lisa: It's so good! Finally, a vegetarian dish I don't have to lie about liking.

Task: Make Springfielders Eat Sushi [x10]
Time: 2h
Location: The Happy Sumo

Sea Captain: Yar, this is the freshest sushi I've ever eaten, and once a fish committed suicide by jumping into me mouth.
Ned: Why, I'm eating fish and it isn't even Friday. It's so good I don't even care that I'm breaking the 138th secret commandment.
Judge Snyder: This fish is guilty… of being delicious. I demand to see the chef in my chambers.
Akira: Like a lotus blossom floats on the water, so will I raise my prices.

Sushi Ralph Pt. 4

Homer starts

Homer: My stomach feels t-t-terribly wrong.
Sea Captain: Yar, me belly's heavin' like a dinghy lost at sea. Or like a man makin' a metaphor before he pukes.
Milhouse: I don't feel so good either.
Marge: Alright, that's it, we're going to see Dr. Hibbert.

Task: Make Springfielders Get Stomach Pumped [x10]
Time: 2h
Location: Hibbert Family Practice

On Job start:

Dr. Hibbert: Why, all of these people have been poisoned. Food poisoned!
Lisa: Oh no, it must be Ralph and the Happy Sumo. I knew it was too good to be true.

On Job end:

Dr. Hibbert: Looks like it was tainted Krusty Burgers... which apparently everyone in town ate after their sushi because pieces of raw fish on rice just don't really fill you up.
Akira: I wish you had told me that before I fell upon my sword to defend my honor. Little help, please?
Homer: Wait, I didn't eat any Krusty Burger last night. Why do I still feel sick?
Dr. Hibbert: Mr. Simpson, after pumping your stomach we found several Krusty Burgers, some still in their wrappers. We also found six pounds of shrimp scampi, $8.50 in loose change, and-
Homer: Alright, alright, you've made your point. Now I'll take my $8.50 and my shrimp scampi and be on my way.
Akira: Seriously, I could really use some medical attention.

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  • LPNintendoITA
    11363 posts Member
    edited May 2015
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    Kruption Pt. 1

    Coach Krupt starts

    Coach Krupt: Look at all of these butterballs waddling through the hallways!
    Coach Krupt: Without some toughening up, I expect no more than half of them will ever become real men.
    Lisa: Half of them are girls.
    Coach Krupt: Pfft. Girls are just men with female sex organs, two X chromosomes, and different hormones.
    Lisa: That is surprisingly accurate. Are you sure you shouldn't be teaching health?
    Coach Krupt: I teach one thing and one thing only – the game of BOMBARDMENT.
    Coach Krupt: And Home Brewing 101 at the Y on Tuesdays.

    Task: Reach Level 9 and Build Springfield Elementary
    Task: Make Coach Krupt Launch a BOMBARDMENT!
    Time: 8h
    Location: Springfield Elementary

    On job start:

    Coach Krupt: There's only one rule in BOMBARDMENT – there are no rules.
    Coach Krupt: Except for the following rules – If you don't get hit, you have survived the BOMBARDMENT.
    Coach Krupt: If you cry on my court, you will be disqualified for being a baby and face DOUBLE BOMBARDMENT!
    Coach Krupt: And I don't believe in two things – daylight savings time and doctors' notes. So if you're late or try to claim a medical excuse to avoid BOMBARDMENT, tough!
    Coach Krupt: Now let me choose a victim, I mean volunteer, to BOMBARD.

    Kruption Pt. 2

    Lisa starts

    Lisa: That Coach Krupt is such a jerk!
    Milhouse: Who does he think he is? Seriously, I'm not sure who he is. That ball hit me pretty hard.
    Coach Krupt: Men don't make concussions. Concussions make men. Your general confusion is your manhood setting in.
    Milhouse: I thought that was why I have hair growing in weird places.
    Lisa: This is torture! Kids shouldn't be forced to participate in these archaic rites of passage. Instead we should be learning cursive and the Dewey Decimal system.
    Coach Krupt: I administer the Presidential Fitness Exam around here, so that makes me the closest thing to the President. Does anyone else want to commit treason in the war on flab?

    Task: Make Students Train Strength & Agility [x6]
    Time: 4h
    Location: Springfield Elementary

    Kruption Pt. 3

    Milhouse starts

    Milhouse: Is that the bell or just a constant ringing in my ears?
    Coach Krupt: The bell? We're not half done with class! Now I don't care if you can't stand, I want you running.
    Lisa: Sir, while we can all agree Springfield's children are on the rounder, softer, fatter side --
    Uter: My insides were full of chocolate but now that trashcan is.
    Lisa: -- I think we can also agree that this seems a little barbaric.
    Coach Krupt: Did you just say… BOMBARDMENT?!?
    Lisa: You know I didn't say bombar-
    Lisa: *WHACK!!*
    Coach Krupt: You said it that time.

    Task: Make Coach Krupt Teach Gym Class
    Time: 4h
    Location: Springfield Elementary
    Task: Make Students Suffer Gym Class [x6]
    Time: 4h
    Location: Springfield Elementary

    Milhouse: *Sob*... *sob-sob*
    Coach Krupt: First step of manhood, get out a good cry. Second step of manhood, never cry again.
    Milhouse: You knocked out my teeth! And then I'm pretty sure you sold them to that man.
    Moe: You can't prove it and I'm not giving them back.

    Kruption Pt. 4

    Lisa starts

    Lisa: Coach Krupt has gone too far. I don't care if he's our coach -- a bully is still a bully.
    Milhouse: He's not going to listen to us. But he might listen to a real man! We should go tell my dad.
    Lisa: Hahaha! ...Oh wait, you were serious?
    Milhouse: Fine, we'll ask your dad then.
    Homer: Yes, children. I am dressed like Carmen Miranda, but you tell me one other outfit that gives you such instant access to fruit.
    Lisa: Ummm... let's just talk to Principal Skinner ourselves.

    Task: Make Lisa Tattle On Coach Krupt
    Time: 4h
    Location: Springfield Elementary
    Task: Make Skinner Listen to Complaints
    Time: 4h
    Location: Springfield Elementary

    Skinner: I'm sorry Mr. Krupt, I'm a big fan of your no-nonsense aggressive teaching style, but we simply can't afford another lawsuit. Our lawyer's bail has been set too high as it is.
    Skinner: So it pains me to say this, but I have to fire you.
    Coach Krupt: But I was so close to breaking their tender spirits!
    Skinner: It's no longer the job of teachers to break children's spirits. We've passed that torch to college entrance exams and social media cyber-bullying.

    Kruption Pt. 5

    Skinner starts

    Skinner: Coach Krupt has been relieved from duty as your gym teacher, but physical education is still an essential part of the curriculum.
    Skinner: So we're going to do what the US does best and outsource. Here's the sign up sheet for the YMCA.
    Lisa: The only option here is dodgeball. Is dodgeball at all like bombardment?
    Skinner: Of course not. Bombardment is spelled with a B.
    Lisa: Hmm, I don't like the sound of that.
    Milhouse: Dodgeball could be fun. I come from a long line of dodgers, evaders, and hiders.

    Task: Make Students Play Dodgeball [x6]
    Time: 4h
    Location: Springfield YMCA
    Task: Make Coach Krupt Coach at the YMCA
    Time: 24h
    Location: Springfield YMCA

    On Job start:

    Lisa: I hear the YMCA has a new physical education instructor.
    Coach Krupt: BOMBARDMENT!!!
    Milhouse: We've been tricked! It was the greatest dodge of all: the administration dodging responsibility!!<hr/><a href="https://tstotopix.files.wordpress.com/2015/05/vesuviuspizza.png"><img src="https://tstotopix.files.wordpress.com/2015/05/vesuviuspizza.png?w=100"; /></a>
    Volcanic Pizza

    Auto starts

    Cletus: I want to try this so-called pizza, but I'm not sure if I can afford something with so many z's.
    Squeaky Voice Teen: We have a special right now where all our slices are just a dollar!
    Cletus: A dollar! Well I guess I can treat mah-self. What do you have with roadkill on it?
    Squeaky Voice Teen: Ummm… this one has sausage on it. That's basically ground up roadkill.
    Cletus: Ground up roadkill – so fancy! I guess I'll be widenin' my horizons today.

    Task: Make Cletus Grab a Slice
    Time: 2h
    Location: Vesuvius Pizza
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  • LPNintendoITA
    11363 posts Member
    edited May 2015
    Rolling in It

    Requires Level 25 and Executive Lackey Pt. 8 complete.

    Mr. Burns starts

    Smithers: What's wrong, sir? You've hardly touched your Dodo egg. And instead of saying “Excellent,” you keep muttering “Above Average.”
    Mr. Burns: Have I? I'm sorry -- I've just felt so bored lately.
    Mr. Burns: It's been so long since I've had a real challenge, or even a worthy nemesis. A Roosevelt or a Carnegie or any of the Temples. Shirley or Grandin.
    Smithers: I can't stand to see you this way, sir. I know what might cheer you up -- we could give away scholarships to orphans for made-up colleges.
    Mr. Burns: We did that last week, and it backfired. Who knew there was a Bard College?
    Smithers: We could unfreeze Walt Disney and show him the state of animation now.
    Mr. Burns: No, he turned to goo when the power went out last week.
    Smithers: Maybe you'd like to fire an employee for no reason? That always seems to cheer you up.
    Mr. Burns: You there! Do you work for me? Say yes and I'll fire you. Say no and I'll have security throw you off the premises.
    Homer: Woohoo – half-day!
    Mr. Burns: That wasn't satisfying at all!
    Mr. Burns: Perhaps I can get some ideas from my fellow 1% of the 1%...

    Task: Make Homer Enjoy His "Day Off"
    Time: 4h
    Location: Simpson Home
    Task: Make Mr. Burns Peruse the Latest Issue of 'Snobby Hobbies'
    Time: 4h
    Location: Control Building

    Mr. Burns: Private jets? Super PACs? Ski chalets? Blood diamonds?
    Mr. Burns: Bah! I'd rather throw my money away than waste it on such frivolities.
    Mr. Burns: That's it!

    Ain't No Mountain High Enough Pt. 1

    Auto starts

    Lisa: Mr. Burns, I believe I've got the perfect project to spend your money on.
    Mr. Burns: Oh, too late, little girl – I've already found a project of my own.
    Mr. Burns: Do you know those science fair projects where children build a paper-mache volcano?
    Lisa: You're investing in children's science fairs?
    Mr. Burns: Let me start again. You know that song that goes "Ain't No Mountain High Enough...”?
    Lisa: Environmental activism? A center for the performing arts?
    Mr. Burns: I'm building a mountain out of money. Maybe I should have just come out and said it from the start.
    Lisa: So instead of using your vast wealth to improve society or invest in our future, you're just going to… pile it?
    Mr. Burns: Now you've got it! And I was worried you wouldn't understand.

    Task: Make Lisa Sulk
    Time: 1h
    Location: Simpson Home
    Task: Build Money Mountain
    200px-Tapped_Out_Money_Mountain_0.png

    Ain't No Mountain High Enough Pt. 2

    Auto starts

    Mr. Burns: Hmm, this is a little disappointing. Truth be told, my mountain looks more like a mole hill.
    Smithers: Excellent wordplay, sir.
    Mr. Burns: Don't be a yes man, Smithers. I don't need another yes man on the payroll. Do you understand?
    Smithers: …no?
    Mr. Burns: ****! I need to figure out what my mountain of money is missing.
    Mr. Burns: Ah, of course. The money!

    Task: Make Mr. Burns Spend 10,000 Money
    Location: Money Mountain
    <a href="https://simpsonswiki.com/w/images/0/09/Tapped_Out_Money_Mountain_Guide.png">;300px-Tapped_Out_Money_Mountain_Guide.png</a><a href="https://simpsonswiki.com/w/images/e/ea/Tapped_Out_Money_Mountain_Level_Up.png">;300px-Tapped_Out_Money_Mountain_Level_Up.png</a>
    300px-Tapped_Out_Money_Mountain_Level_2.png150px-Tapped_Out_Money_Mountain_1.png

    <a href="http://forum.ea.com/eaforum/posts/list/0/10332919.page">Jobs to Spend Money on the Money Mountain</a>

    Ain't No Mountain High Enough Pt. 3

    Auto starts

    Mr. Burns: Bah! Look at that pitiful piling! Calling that a mountain is like calling any music made after 1790 music.
    Smithers: Well, the manual indicates that there are eleven levels of upgrades available for your money mountain.
    Smithers: Coming in at a staggering-to-most-but-not-to-you-sir total cost of $5,500,000.
    Lisa: $5,500,000?! Just think of all the poor people you could feed with that money!
    Mr. Burns: Little girl, you could have a career in comedy. Assuming you grow up to be a man and Jewish.
    Mr. Burns: Also, I'm one of the richest men in the world. Why is a little girl always in my office?

    Task: Make Mr. Burns Spend 15,000 Money
    Location: Money Mountain
    300px-Tapped_Out_Money_Mountain_Level_3.png150px-Tapped_Out_Money_Mountain_2.png

    Ain't No Mountain High Enough Pt. 4

    Auto starts

    Kent Brockman: Kent Brockman, reporting live from what many have dubbed Mount Money, others Mt. Money.
    Kent Brockman: Which I'm now being told is an abbreviation for the word mountain. More on that at 11.
    Mr. Burns: Are we actually live?
    Kent Brockman: No, that's just something reporters say. Although I wouldn't take my word for it. I'm a pretty shoddy reporter.
    Kent Brockman: I've just been told that we are indeed live. So, Mr. Burns, why pile money?
    Mr. Burns: Why not?
    Kent Brockman: Asked and answered. Did you ever consider doing something else with your money, like investing in real estate?
    Mr. Burns: I figured I would cut out the middleman. Why use money to buy real estate when money can be real estate?
    Kent Brockman: Makes sense to this reporter.
    Mr. Burns: If you'll excuse me, it's time to contribute the contents of my piggy bank to this noble endeavor.

    Task: Make Mr. Burns Spend 25,000 Money
    Location: Money Mountain
    300px-Tapped_Out_Money_Mountain_Level_4.png150px-Tapped_Out_Money_Mountain_3.png

    Ain't No Mountain High Enough Pt. 5

    Auto starts

    Wolfcastle: Mr. Burns, I vould like to secure ze film rights to your money mountain.
    Mr. Burns: Intriguing. I've never been one to trust the followers of Edison but I hear moving pictures are an up and coming industry.
    Mr. Burns: What would this talkie be called?
    Wolfcastle: This Mountain Is Made of Money and I Have a Gun.
    Wolfcastle: It's a prequel to This Ocean Is Made of Quarters and I Have a Harpoon Gun.

    Task: Make Mr. Burns Spend 50,000 Money
    Location: Money Mountain
    300px-Tapped_Out_Money_Mountain_Level_5.png150px-Tapped_Out_Money_Mountain_4.png

    Ain't No Mountain High Enough Pt. 6

    Auto starts

    Quimby: Mr. Burns, I just learned of your, er, unique construction project. And I'm here to collect the city's landmark fee.
    Mr. Burns: My money mountain is its own jurisdiction. It even has its own zip code -- $$$$$.
    Quimby: In that case, there is an out-of-jurisdiction landmark fee. To be paid to the nearest jurisdiction that has no legal authority to collect fees from your landmark.
    Mr. Burns: How do you sleep at night?
    Quimby: Same way you do, on a pile of money.

    Task: Make Mr. Burns Spend 100,000 Money
    Location: Money Mountain
    300px-Tapped_Out_Money_Mountain_Level_6.png150px-Tapped_Out_Money_Mountain_5.png

    Ain't No Mountain High Enough Pt. 7

    Auto starts

    Homer: I'm sorry to bother you Mr. Burns, but I can't but help notice all the money you've added to the money mountain.
    Mr. Burns: It's starting to look quite majestic, isn't it?
    Homer: Yes, but the thing is... it's been quite a while since I got a raise. Three years ago to be exact.
    Homer: I know because it was the day before that giant meltdown I caused. I mean… did not prevent.
    Homer: Well, I ... er... was hoping maybe I could maybe have one now?
    Mr. Burns: Do I look like I'm made of money?!
    Homer: No. But that money mountain of yours is. Maybe I could just take a few spare bills from the money eagle's nest?
    Mr. Burns: If I let you do that, where would I point to when making a joke about nest eggs?

    Task: Make Mr. Burns Spend 300,000 Money
    Location: Money Mountain
    300px-Tapped_Out_Money_Mountain_Level_7.png150px-Tapped_Out_Money_Mountain_6.png

    Ain't No Mountain High Enough Pt. 8

    Auto starts

    Rev. Lovejoy: Mr. Burns, I've come here to humbly request you tear down this false idol before you invoke the wrath of an angry, righteous God.
    Mr. Burns: Not even your puny God can stop me! This mountain will block out the sun!
    Mr. Burns: That sounds strangely familiar.
    Rev. Lovejoy: I know a story of another soaring tribute to man's hubris. One that God tore asunder.
    Rev. Lovejoy: The Shelbyville Aquarium. Mankind was never meant to walk below water.
    Rev. Lovejoy: Just walk through it while parted, and maybe walk on it.
    Mr. Burns: Well I have something every aquarium in this nation lacks -- MONEY!
    Rev. Lovejoy: Perhaps you could donate just a little of it to the church. It'd be nice to replace those hymnals with something a little less pro-apartheid.
    Mr. Burns: I think instead I'll just build a church of my own on top of Mt. Money. A wealthier church that worships at the altar of Monty Burns!
    Rev. Lovejoy: In that case... are you looking for a minister? I come with or without a family.

    Task: Make Mr. Burns Spend 500,000 Money
    Location: Money Mountain
    300px-Tapped_Out_Money_Mountain_Level_8.png150px-Tapped_Out_Money_Mountain_7.png

    Ain't No Mountain High Enough Pt. 9

    Auto starts

    Mr. Burns: Smithers, hand me another sack with a dollar sign on it. This mountain's still not tall enough.
    Smithers: Sir, we're running dangerously low. On both sacks and the money within them.
    Mr. Burns: I suppose I can launder the sacks, but the money is a more serious problem.
    Smithers: Mt. Money has pushed you into the red.
    Smithers: The power plant is in shambles, and the employees haven't been paid in weeks!
    Mr. Burns: We were paying them?!
    Smithers: Rolling blackouts are affecting the whole town. Your hoarding of currency has sent the stock market into a tailspin.
    Smithers: And no one's been home to feed your chinchilla for weeks!
    Mr. Burns: We were feeding him?!
    Smithers: Sir, you're becoming obsessed.
    Mr. Burns: Was Howard Hughes obsessed? Was Ahab obsessed? Was John Hinckley obsessed?
    Smithers: …yes?
    Mr. Burns: What did I tell you about being a yes man? Get out of my sight!

    Task: Make Mr. Burns Spend 750,000 Money
    Location: Money Mountain
    Task: Make Smithers Wander Aimlessly
    Time: 24h
    Location: Control Building
    300px-Tapped_Out_Money_Mountain_Level_9.png150px-Tapped_Out_Money_Mountain_8.png

    Ain't No Mountain High Enough Pt. 10

    Auto starts

    Lisa: Mr. Burns, you've got to stop. Not just for the town, but for yourself.
    Mr. Burns: How can I stop when I'm so close!?!
    Lisa: Have you heard the story of Icarus?
    Mr. Burns: No, but I'll pay you 20 bucks to not tell it to me.
    Lisa: Deal.

    Task: Make Mr. Burns Spend 1,250,000 Money
    Location: Money Mountain
    300px-Tapped_Out_Money_Mountain_Level_10.png150px-Tapped_Out_Money_Mountain_9.png

    Ain't No Mountain High Enough Pt. 11

    Auto starts

    Krusty: Hey hey! This mountain has more dead presidents on it than Mt. Rushmore!
    Krusty: What you need is a living celebrity's face on it to make it stand out. May I humbly suggest my own?
    Snake: I'm conducting a neighborhood survey. What hours of the night would you say you sleep the heaviest?
    Hans Moleman: This doesn't look like the hospital. Can you fix my blood?
    Mr. Burns: Stop, stop, all of you stop! I refuse to be distracted when I'm so close! One last dump truck of money is all I need!

    Task: Make Mr. Burns Spend 2,500,000 Money
    Location: Money Mountain
    300px-Tapped_Out_Money_Mountain_Level_11.png125px-Tapped_Out_Money_Mountain_10.png<hr/>Mr. Moneybags Pt. 1

    Mr. Burns starts

    Mr. Burns: Ah, my mountain is finally finished. Take that, Crazy Horse Memorial!
    Mr. Burns: Smithers, did you come back to grovel?
    Smithers: Absolutely, sir. Would you prefer on my knees or on my belly?
    Mr. Burns: Is there any option that's even lower?
    Smithers: I could dig a hole and grovel in IT?
    Mr. Burns: Excellent!
    Smithers: Now that you've finished Mt. Money, would you like me to invite the town so they can bask in its glory, and you can bask in their jealousy?
    Mr. Burns: No, Smithers. All these people bothering me on my mountain...
    Mr. Burns: “Please don't build it.” “Please give me money.” “Please stop throwing rocks at my son.” I'm sick of them.
    Mr. Burns: Instead Monty Moneybags wishes to explore his mountain alone.
    Mr. Burns: I'm Monty Moneybags, in case you didn't follow.
    Smithers: Perhaps I should come with you, sir. If you find yourself in distress, you can eat me.
    System Message: You'll find the Monty Moneybags outfit in your inventory!

    100px-Tapped_Out_Monty_Moneybags.png
    Task: Make Monty Moneybags Mount the Money Mountain
    Time: 24h
    Location: Money Mountain

    Mr. Moneybags Pt. 2

    Mr. Burns starts

    Mr. Burns: A glorious hike! It's even more majestic than I imagined.
    Smithers: Sir, this drinking water you brought has left me a little woozy.
    Mr. Burns: Drinking water? What kind of third world peasant do you mistake me for?
    Mr. Burns: That's 100 proof Russian vodka distilled by Putin himself.
    Smithers: But I've drunk *hic* nearly the entire bottle!
    Mr. Burns: You simpleton! How could you not realize it was vodka?
    Smithers: You made me plug my *hic* nose so I wouldn't smell the air of wealth.
    Mr. Burns: Well I can't have you drunkenly embarrassing me in front of my mountain. Go walk it off!
    Mr. Burns: And leave the bottle.

    Task: Make Monty Moneybags Celebrate Atop the Mountain
    Time: 4h
    Location: Money Mountain
    Task: Make Smithers Become a Hideous Drunken Wreck
    Time: 12h
    Location: Homes

    Mr. Moneybags Pt. 3

    Mr. Burns starts

    Mr. Burns: This is truly a monument fit for a king. Or our American equivalent of a king: a ridiculously rich businessman.
    Mr. Burns: Now to frolic in these piles of money like the villainous Von Trapp family...
    Mr. Burns: ...before they ran out on a much-anticipated concert that some of us spent weeks camping out for tickets to.

    Task: Make Monty Moneybags Frolic in Currency
    Time: 12h
    Location: Money Mountain

    Mr. Burns: If it wasn't for my crippling joint pain, worldly cynicism, and titanium hip, I'd feel like a kid again.

    Mr. Moneybags Pt. 4

    Mr. Burns starts

    Mr. Burns: There's an entrance to the Caverns of Cash!
    Mr. Burns: I nearly forgot I put that here.
    Mr. Burns: I wonder if there's anything valuable inside. Other than, obviously, the walls and floors and ceiling of cash.

    Task: Make Monty Moneybags Explore the Caverns of Cash
    Time: 1h
    Location: Money Mountain
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  • Cvija01
    466 posts
    edited May 2015
    ty for all,can You tell how much donats need for Ain't No Mountain High Enough :)
  • jasonl1227277
    11 posts
    edited May 2015
    So is it really going to cost 5,500,000 in game cash to complete the Money Mountain?
  • jasonl1227277
    11 posts
    edited May 2015
    So is it really going to cost 5,500,000 in game cash to complete the Money Mountain?
  • orionsbell
    478 posts Member
    edited May 2015
    So is it really going to cost 5,500,000 in game cash to complete the Money Mountain?

    Oh look! $5.5M just burned a hole in my pocket!
    BTW: My Springfield circa Winter 2014: orionsbell.com/simpsons/Winter2014.png
  • annettemarc
    7713 posts Member
    edited May 2015
    Cvija01 wrote:
    ty for all,can You tell how much donats need for Ain't No Mountain High Enough :)

    Are you on level 52? If so, you can get 4.9 million ingame cash for a paltry 1,600 donuts. If you are below that level, there's a formula for how much ingame-cash you will get for 1,600 donuts. (Hint: less cash.). It's all explained on the site simpsonstappedout dot wikia dot com, in their "money" section.

    USA/UK Race To Throw Country Into Utter Chaos = TOO CLOSE TO CALL
  • LPNintendoITA
    11363 posts Member
    edited May 2015
    Cvija01 wrote:
    ty for all,can You tell how much donats need for Ain't No Mountain High Enough :)

    Are you on level 52? If so, you can get 4.9 million ingame cash for a paltry 1,600 donuts. If you are below that level, there's a formula for how much ingame-cash you will get for 1,600 donuts. (Hint: less cash.). It's all explained on the site simpsonstappedout dot wikia dot com, in their "money" section.
    it's NOT worth using donuts. you need A LOT. there's NO time limit on this. don 't waste them
  • monicalord
    112 posts Member
    edited May 2015
    Forgive my ignorance...but first you have to get the money mountain...then invest 5.5m to make a big money pile....then what? What's the benefit except for a decoration that looks like a pile of the money I just spent?
  • LPNintendoITA
    11363 posts Member
    edited May 2015
    monicalord wrote:
    Forgive my ignorance...but first you have to get the money mountain...then invest 5.5m to make a big money pile....then what? What's the benefit except for a decoration that looks like a pile of the money I just spent?
    you get the new Burns skin
  • cvf007
    1078 posts Member
    edited May 2015
    i did my daily run of visiting neighbors 45 minutes ago and when i was done i tapped on the hime button. when i returned it took me to the money mountain and said i completed level 2 of money mountain. niw i can start level 3.

    im wondering if someone can confirm for me that money earned from visiting neighbors goes towards leveling up the mountain?
  • Cvija01
    466 posts
    edited May 2015
    :) i only ask for info...
  • LPNintendoITA
    11363 posts Member
    edited May 2015
    cvf007 wrote:
    i did my daily run of visiting neighbors 45 minutes ago and when i was done i tapped on the hime button. when i returned it took me to the money mountain and said i completed level 2 of money mountain. niw i can start level 3.

    im wondering if someone can confirm for me that money earned from visiting neighbors goes towards leveling up the mountain?
    uh no
  • cvf007
    1078 posts Member
    edited May 2015
    cvf007 wrote:
    i did my daily run of visiting neighbors 45 minutes ago and when i was done i tapped on the hime button. when i returned it took me to the money mountain and said i completed level 2 of money mountain. niw i can start level 3.

    im wondering if someone can confirm for me that money earned from visiting neighbors goes towards leveling up the mountain?
    uh no

    haha thanks for that confirmation LP i trust your word.
    i wonder then how i completed level 2 cause Ive been having burns earn stuff for the event.
  • chippers29775
    930 posts Member
    edited May 2015
    Thanks for infor LP~!

    If I'm at Level 3, can I switch back to the Money Mountain's appearance at Levels 1 and 2?
  • LPNintendoITA
    11363 posts Member
    edited May 2015
    Thanks for infor LP~!

    If I'm at Level 3, can I switch back to the Money Mountain's appearance at Levels 1 and 2?
    unfortunatly it doesnt work as the radioactive man statue
  • chippers29775
    930 posts Member
    edited May 2015
    Thanks for infor LP~!

    If I'm at Level 3, can I switch back to the Money Mountain's appearance at Levels 1 and 2?
    unfortunatly it doesnt work as the radioactive man statue

    Aw dangits. Guess I'm going to have to find the level that I like best and stick with it then.
  • Cvija01
    466 posts
    edited May 2015
    Cvija01 wrote:
    ty for all,can You tell how much donats need for Ain't No Mountain High Enough :)

    Are you on level 52? If so, you can get 4.9 million ingame cash for a paltry 1,600 donuts. If you are below that level, there's a formula for how much ingame-cash you will get for 1,600 donuts. (Hint: less cash.). It's all explained on the site simpsonstappedout dot wikia dot com, in their "money" section.
    it's NOT worth using donuts. you need A LOT. there's NO time limit on this. don 't waste them


    fast get outfit :D
  • aelliott21
    15 posts Member
    edited May 2015
    cvf007 wrote:
    i did my daily run of visiting neighbors 45 minutes ago and when i was done i tapped on the hime button. when i returned it took me to the money mountain and said i completed level 2 of money mountain. niw i can start level 3.

    im wondering if someone can confirm for me that money earned from visiting neighbors goes towards leveling up the mountain?
    uh no
    uh, there's a glitch then because this happened to me on both my Android Springfield and my girlfriend's iOS Springfield as well. So it might not be money from neighbours but something strange is happening!
  • cvf007
    1078 posts Member
    edited May 2015
    aelliott21 wrote:
    cvf007 wrote:
    i did my daily run of visiting neighbors 45 minutes ago and when i was done i tapped on the hime button. when i returned it took me to the money mountain and said i completed level 2 of money mountain. niw i can start level 3.

    im wondering if someone can confirm for me that money earned from visiting neighbors goes towards leveling up the mountain?
    uh no
    uh, there's a glitch then because this happened to me on both my Android Springfield and my girlfriend's iOS Springfield as well. So it might not be money from neighbours but something strange is happening!

    i also got it too playing my feeder town... after visiting neighbors the money oile leveled up
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