Hi all! I recently came back onto Toontown for a bit after playing Wizard101 almost non-stop for a few months. Playing for about an hour, I hosted a party, did Fish Bingo, took a building, did a quick Factory with this little mouse who needed Minglers (there weren't any - oops) and generally just messed around. I whispered to a couple friends that were on, and got a reply from Margo finally. Anyway, here's my summary of the differences between Toontown and Wizard101: Toontown - very kid oriented, can be enjoyed by pre-schoolers Wizard101 - older kid oriented, reading-age definitely a plus Toontown - lots of general silliness, parties and racing etc. Wizard101 - some clever puns and the Gobblers are the pretty much the only silliness Toontown - boss battles don't generally last more than half an hour Wizard101 - some boss battles/towers can last HOURS Toontown - chat system pretty easy to master Wizard101 - still don't know all available phrases, very non-intuitive arrangement of phrases, limited "Battle Chat" menu (makes it hard to have non-text chat friends) Toontown - minigames - you love em or hate em Wizard101 - minigames - you love em or hate em They are both extremely fun in their own ways, and can both be a lot of work in their own ways. I think they can learn from each other. I now wish Toontown would add hats and shoes and other "gear" that would give extra gags or health boosts or stuff like that. I wish you could heal a defeated Toon after that hit, so that they wouldn't disappear from the top floor of a five-story building. Any one else have any thoughts after playing both games?