The chart below shows how much HP each Cog level has and what gag can destroy it at once.
Health by Cog levels
|Level||Health Points||One-hit knock gags|
Cupcake (6 damage)
Flower Pot (10 damage)
Glass of Water (6 damage)
Banana Peel (12 damage)
Sandbag (18 damage)
|3||20||Rake (20 damage)|
|4||30||Hose (30 damage)|
Anvil (30 damage)
Marbles (35 damage)
|5||42||Big Weight (45 damage)
Organic Whole Cream Pie (44 Damage)
Quicksand (50 damage)
Safe (60 damage)
Trap Door (70 damage)
Organic Trap Door (77 damage)
Storm Cloud (80 damage)
Opera (90 damage)
Birthday Cake (100 damage)
|9||110||Organic Birthday Cake (110 damage)|
Organic Geyser (115 damage)
Organic Wedding Cake (132 damage)
Grand Piano (170 damage)
TNT (180 damage)
|12||200||Organic Railroad (214 damage)|
The formula for a Cog's health is the following:
Or, in a simplified way:
Where x is the Cog's level, and f(x) is a function that returns the health value of cogs. For instance, for Level 4 Cogs, who have a health of 30, the formula works in the following way:
This formula applies to every Cog level except level 12, which has 200 health points.
In order to get the cog level from a given HP, rather than getting the HP from the level, the HP formula's quadratic formula can be used (where n is the HP):
So, for instance, in order to find which cog has 156 HP, the equation will be solved in the following way:
Since the original equation- f(x)- is a function of a parabola, and since none are the solutions are the function's minimum value, there are two answers for the equation: -14 ,which is not a real Cog level; and 11, which does exist.
Although this formula works for all Toontown cog levels, when going beyond regular Cog levels, this formula starts to be inapplicable in practice because of complex numbers. For any n value less than -0.25, this equation introduces complex numbers, which still work in theory but not in practice.
A cog's health is the two numbers after the Cog's level multiplied. For example, level 12 HP = 13 x 14 - 182.