Legalese

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Legalese
Basic information
Target One Toon
Minimum damage 11
Maximum damage 21
Strength Strong
Signature attack? Yes
Cog performance
Lawbots Legal Eagle

Legalese is a signature Cog attack that is performed by Legal Eagles.

Animation

  1. A Legal Eagle pounds their fist onto their other hand and points at the targeted Toon.
  2. Words such as "Habeus Corpus" fly at the Toon.
    • If the attack hits, the Toon cringes.
    • If the attack misses, the Toon dashes out of the way to dodge.

Phrases

  • "Your results for this attack may vary."
  • "There should be a law against you."
  • "You can't handle the legal matters."
  • "We cannot be held responsible for damages suffered in this attack."
  • "You don't fit into my legal system!"
  • "You must cease and desist."
  • "This attack is void where prohibited."
  • "You aren't above the law!"
  • "Are you aware of the legal ramifications?"
  • "There's no ex post facto with me!"
  • "You will be defeated, legally speaking."
  • "The opinions expressed in this attack are not those of Toontown Rewritten."

Statistics

Legal Eagle
Level 7 8 9 10 11
Damage 11 13 16 19 21
Accuracy 55% 65% 75% 85% 95%
Frequency 35% 35% 35% 35% 35%
Note that accuracy and frequency values may not be fully accurate to reflect changes introduced in the 3.0.0 update due to unavailable information.


Trivia

  • Legalese is the only Cog attack in which there is a phrase mentioning Toontown Rewritten, thus breaking the fourth wall. The same phrase appeared in Toontown Online, which said "The opinions expressed in this attack are not those of Disney's Toontown Online."
  • Not only do the words "Habeus Corpus" appear, but other legal terms like "Quid Pro Quo" and "Voir Dire" also appear. Voir means "to see" and Dire means "to say".
    • Habeus Corpus and Quid Pro Quo are Latin phrases, while Voir Dire is French.
    • Habeus Corpus is the right given to people under arrest to go before a judge and have a trial, Quid Pro Quo is Latin for "This for That", and Voir Dire is a term referring to the necessity for jurors in a court of law to tell the truth.