The District Attorney's Office
- 1 Finding A Group
- 2 DA Office Floors and DA Office Earnings
- 3 Gag Strategy
- 4 The Obstacles
This guide will explain the procedures on how to get through the DA office successfully. The DA office entrance is located on the right side of where you enter Lawbot HQ. Trust me, you can't miss it. When you enter the doors to the DA office, you will see four elevators inside. These elevators are the four main DA offices: Office A, Office B, Office C, and Office D. Office A is the easiest and Office D is the hardest, which means Office B is the second easiest and Office C is the second hardest.
DA Office Building:
DA Office Lobby:
Finding A Group
There are many Toons that try to get into the DA office, but what kinds of Toons do you want to accompany you on your trip? The best Toons for a trip through the DA office are 100+ laff Toons that have most of their gag tracks maxxed, especially Throw, Squirt, and Sound. At least 2 Toons in your group should have the Hypno Goggles. You should at least have 1 toon in your group with maxxed TNT if you want things to go more smoothly. You should also be 100+ laff with maxxed Throw, Squirt, and Sound in order to be succesful. Once you assemble a good group, you are ready for your trip through the DA office.
DA Office Floors and DA Office Earnings
There is a different amount of floors in each DA office. Here's a chart:
DA Office Floors:
There is a different amount of Jury Notices in each DA office. Here's a chart:
Jury Notices with no Cog invasion:
Jury Notices with a Cog invasion:
In each DA office floor, gag experience is multiplied. The higher the floor, the more gag experience!
Gag experience multiplier on each floor:
There are 2 groups of Cog battles on each floor. The first Cog battle is a set of 2 level 10 Skelecogs, and 2 level 11 Skelecogs. When you finish the 1st group of Cogs, you might have some obstacles before you reach the 2nd Cog group. When you reach the 2nd Cog group (A.K.A. The Guard), you will see a set of 3 level 11 Cogs, and 1 level 12 Skelecog.
Once you finish the 2nd Cog group, you will see a green elevator. Get into the elevator and it brings you to the next floor. Do not jump off the elevator after the last toon gets in. This has been done a couple times just for fun because it still brings you to the next floor, but sometimes it teleports you back to the Lawbot HQ courtyard.
1st Cog Group:
2nd Cog Group (Guard):
The TNT-Piano Strategy
Most Toons like to use this strategy. The first Toon sets a TNT on a level 11 Cog, another Toon lures with Hypno Goggles, another Toon drops a grand piano on the level 12 Cog, and the last Toon squirts the level 12 Cog with a fire hose. After that, each 2 Toons hit a level 11 Cog with a birthday cake and cream pie.
The TNT-Cake Strategy
One Toon sets a TNT on an level 11 Cog, another Toon lures the Cogs with Hypno Goggles, and the last 2 Toons hit another level 11 Cog with a birthday cake and a cream pie. After that, each 2 Toons hit a Cog with a birthday cake and a cream pie. Don't worry if the lure bonus doesn't work on the level 12 Cog. Just have 2 Toons squirt the level 12 Cog with hoses, and the other 2 Toons can toon-up.
The Double Trap Strategy
If 2 Toons have TNT Trap, The first Toon sets their TNT on a level 11 Cog, another Toon with TNT sets their TNT on a level 12 Cog, another Toon lures the Cogs with Hypno Goggles, and the last Toon uses a fire hose on the level 12 Cog to finish him off. Then, each 2 Toons hit a level 11 Cog with a birthday cake and cream pie.
The Triple Trap Strategy
If 3 Toons have TNT Trap, each of the 3 Toons sets a TNT on a level 11 Cog, then the 3rd Toon lures the Cogs with Hypno Goggles. Then, all 4 Toons attack the level 12 Cog with cream pies. If the Lure bonus doesnt work, just have 2 Toons squirt the level 12 Cog with fire hoses and the other 2 Toons can toon-up.
Notes and Tips
The "Sound And Lure Strategy" is recommended for Office C and up. Office A should be done with 2 foghorns, and 2 elephant trunks or aoogahs all the way through. Office B should be done with 2 foghorns, and 2 elephant trunks or aoogahs until you reach the 4th floor, which is when you'll run out of Sound. Through the entire 4th floor of Office B, use the 2nd Cog group Lure strategy that is explained in the first paragraph of this chapter.
If you've just run out of a specific gag, say, "Sorry, I can't." This is a good way of telling your fellow teammates you've just rand out of foghorns, birthday cakes, etc.
Only 2 birthday cakes at the most should be used in each Guard in order to keep things running smoothly. If you do run out of birthday cakes, let your teammates know, and move on to using storm clouds, or if they still have any, follow along with their b-day cakes with cream pies if you still have any.
You will get gag-ups on your journey so don't worry about running out of gags before you finish
There are many different obstacles in the DA office. This chapter explains how to get past them.
Giant Goon Room: This room has huge Goons in it. It's possible to disable them, but you have to get somewhere high and jump on top of them. Just don't waste your time trying that. They walk slower than normal Goons so they're easy to get past.
Security Light Room: These rooms have lights that move around. The lights look like spotlights that people sing in, except they take away 8-10 laff points! No matter what room you're in, they will always take away that many laff points.
The Four-Chair Room: This room has a pole in the center with 4 chairs surrounding it and security lights to the left and right of the pole. There's also sliding bookcases behind the pole. It's not that hard to get past the bookcases, just go to the front of the bookcases, wait for the bookcase to slide open, then you have 2 ways to go that are in the opposite direction from each other, either way will work. After you pass the stomper that's in the direction you chose to go, when you turn after the stomper is where the passage way that leads out of the room is.
Study this picture carefully to clearly understand how this is explained.
Gag-Up Rooms: There are 2 gag-up rooms. One gag-up room has 2 gag-ups and a jellybean jar and security lights surrounding the gag-ups and jellybeans. The other gag-up room has 2 gag-ups with one gag up to the left of where you enter in the middle of some desks and the other gag-up is in front of you when you enter the room with 4 large stompers surrounding it. If you need a toon-up, go jump on top of the stomper behind the gag-up in front of where you enter and you will see an Ice cream cone toon-up that gives you 15 laff points. There's also some security lights in this room too.
Gag-up room #1:
Gag-up room #2:
One-Stomper Room: This room has one stomper with 2 boxes to the side and a small lift behind the stomper. Try to get the the lift and make it to the other side without being stomped by the stomper, The stomper takes away 10 laff points. When you get onto the stomper, to your right, there is a small area with another small stomper and an Ice cream cone toon-up that gives you 20 laff points. After you retrieve the toon-up, jump back onto the 2nd stomper, jump onto the box, get onto the lift and get to the other side.
Box and Goon Room: This room has a wall that has a box that is right under an opening to the other side of the wall. Jump onto the box and go through the opening to get to the other side. You will find big boxes and giant goons. It's just like the giant goon room but different.
Stomper Room: In this room, there are many stompers and many security lights. The easiest way to get through this room is at it's side. Walk at it’s side, wait for the stomper to go up, run underneath it, wait for the security light to pass, then continue and repeat.
Note: The obstacles and rooms are random in each office visit. They never come in the same exact order each visit.
The Laser Puzzles
On your trip, you will come across laser puzzles. There are 4 different laser puzzles to solve. In order to solve the puzzles, figure out how the puzzle works, never step on the skulls, and make it to the switch that disables the skulls. If you step on a skull, you will face a hologram Skelecog set of 2 level 11 skelecogs, and 2 level 10 skelecogs. The hologram Skelecogs do not give out extra Jury Notices, so stay away from them! Just so you know, the squares on the laser grid will be referred to as "spots."
This is a very simple puzzle. Simply walk on all the red squares to turn them into green triangles, or the other way around. If you can turn all the spots into green triangles or red squares, the switch will automatically activate, and the skulls will be disabled. Watch out for those horrible skull spots! Step on one of those and you'll have to face the holographic Skelecogs!
Drag Three of a Color in a Row
Ok, this one is pretty complicated to describe, but it's easy to do once you understand the instructions. There are three different types of floor lights: Blue diamonds, red X's, and green triangles. When you first step on a spot, a red square light will appear at your feet, and will be your "selector". Now, if you chose to first do the green triangles, you'd clear a path for three of them to get to the bottom row of the grid, by "dragging" the red X's and blue diamonds. To drag a piece, simply step on it, and then step onto an blank spot. So, if you choose to do green triangles first, you need to drag one to the bottom row of the field, and then step off of it to "let go". Then, drag the other two beside it to make all of that type disappear. Repeat this process with the other two floor light types. Once you have had 3 of each type of floor light lined up at the end, the skulls will be disabled.
Avoid the Skull
As soon as you walk up to this puzzle, the skulls will start jumping from place to place! You can tell where a skull is about to appear by the small squares that appear right before the skulls do. Jump across the room and get to the switch! But beware, hit even one skull and a holographic Skelecog battle will begin!
This game is exactly like the classic game Minesweeper. In this game of strategy, you must look out for the skulls! Stepping on a spot and getting off of it will make a number appear. Make sure you pay close attention to the number that appears, since the number will tell you how many skulls are surrounding it. The best way to figure out where some skulls are is to clear out the very first row, since there are no skulls in the first row. A tip to remember is that if a number "1" is only touching one covered square, then you know there is a skull under that square. Likewise, if a number "2" is touching two covered squares, then both of those squares have skulls and so on. If you have trouble understanding this game, try practicing by playing Minesweeper. If you step on a skull, you'll have to face the holographic Skelecogs!