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Partner Spotlight: The Soundless Cult

Posted by The Toontown Team on December 8, 2020 at 2:00 PM

Are you ready to use gag combinations that don’t consist of fog horns and elephant trunks? Are you just sick and tired of audio? Sorry, Mac. Are you ready to go back to a classic era of cartoons, where Toons never even made a peep!? Well, too bad -- that last one’s not possible! Luckily, what is possible is joining The Soundless Cult!

The Soundless Cult is a dedicated group of over five hundred members who play Toontown without the Sound gag track! This group makes teaming up with Toons of all kinds, soundless or not, a breeze. Today, we met up to ask all the questions we bet you’re wondering too.

Soundless is in style!

First and foremost, what’s the best part about being a soundless Toon?

Our favorite part of being a soundless Toon is the way it makes you play differently. Being soundless is a unique experience because it teaches you how to use the other gags and how to take out the cogs in many ways, instead of just the basic 'two fogs takes out 11s!' You have to think about different gag combinations with and without Sound!

What a great answer! They’ve sure got us hooked, which makes us wonder how we can participate too. Where do The Soundless Cult’s weekly runs take place, and what can attending Toons expect?

On Mondays we do a V.P. followed by a C.E.O., and on Fridays we do a C.F.O. followed by a C.J., starting at 9 PM ET! On Thursdays, we do a marathon of one of the bosses, voted on by the members! If you're 13 and up, you can join us on Discord at toon.town/soundless for specifics! All our runs are held in Splashport, with Thwackville as the backup district.

That sure sounds like fun, but there’s a slight problem. My Toon has the Sound Track! Am I still allowed to participate? Better yet, can I bring my Sound Gags with me?

All Toons are welcome at our runs! We love having new people attend, soundless or not! And for most of our runs, Sound is actually allowed! We do special no-sound-allowed runs, but during those runs, Sound Toons can simply delete their Sound gags and join us anyway.

All jokes and gags aside, there’s one final, super-duper important question left to ask: What does the Soundless Cult think of Minnie’s Melodyland? After all, it’s a playground full of sound!

We like the pianos but could do without the bugles! Just kidding (mostly)! We like to work in harmony with Toons who have Sound! Soundless and all the other gag-less toons make great teams; there's a time and a place for every gag to be used. We hope the Toons that picked Sound agree with us, but if not, we'll just hide away in Donald's Dreamland where it's peaceful and quiet and far away from Cleff!

A Toontastic response! For anyone looking to tag along in their runs, you can check out the previously mentioned schedule. Plus, for anyone 13 and up, feel free to join The Soundless Cult on Discord. To The Soundless Cult, thanks for all you do to make Toontown a fun place for all Toons, no matter which Gag Track they choose to go without. And to the Toons reading, we hope to see you at The Soundless Cult’s next run!

Join The Soundless Cult on Discord


Discord's Terms of Service require you to be at least 13 years of age and the minimum age of digital consent in your country to use their platform. Toontown Rewritten is not responsible for this Discord server nor for Discord as a platform. Furthermore, Toontown Rewritten has no control over what content is posted or shared. As this Discord server is run by a Toontown Rewritten Community Partner, though, we can ensure that any content in this server is PG-13.


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Jake Cheesey Marble said on December 8, 2020 at 2:25 PM
What a great way to show love for the other gags! Not using sound is a great way to spice up the experience and learn new ways to play. Unfortunately, a lot of people prefer to use sound because it makes runs faster and simpler in some cases, but soundless is still a good option with strategy and efficiency. I could never commit to being soundless myself, but that doesn't mean I dislike soundless toons. This was a really nice interview and it lets everyone know what they do.

Meowtastic/Sakura said on December 8, 2020 at 2:51 PM
Soundless Toons should be given more consideration, after all they're just players like us. <3

Messi said on December 8, 2020 at 3:41 PM
That seems like fun

Pianissimo said on December 8, 2020 at 3:47 PM
I've been apart of the cult for years! Thankful to have made such awesome friends.

snuffy said on December 8, 2020 at 4:36 PM
glad to see the anti sound movement pick up some speed

Funniduck said on December 8, 2020 at 5:13 PM
I need to make a soundless toon.

Luna Celeste said on December 8, 2020 at 8:55 PM
I personally cannot go without sound but I have so much respect for soundless toons. I have done boss runs with soundless toons before and while it can be frustrating for others I love giving everyone a chance. I've even made some really cool friends with no sound! :D

Taylia said on December 9, 2020 at 1:11 PM
Woo hoo! Go soundless toons!

Weird Curly Megaquack said on December 9, 2020 at 3:04 PM
I don't know if I have the skills to play without sound, but I have nothing but respect for the Toons who can. Good to see soundless Toons getting more love! <3

Ray said on December 10, 2020 at 10:34 AM
The cult means so much to me! I absolutely love playing as a soundless toon.

Little Purplecorn Orca said on December 11, 2020 at 2:01 PM
There's nothing wrong with being soundless. It seems pretty fun actually. AND CONGRATULATIONS TO THE SOUNDLESS CULT!

Monty Nutternugget said on December 12, 2020 at 9:15 AM
I think this is an good idea for toontown even without the Cult. It is way more balanced and hard this way and its good that I mostly use Toon Ups so this might be a good choice for some.

Queen Penny said on December 12, 2020 at 11:44 AM
I play with my sister for the most part, and one of the two toons she multi toons on doesn't have sound because that's how she had it in the original Toontown. So we're always trying different strategies for gags xDD
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