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* AscendedMeme: One of the loading screen tips mentions that Angel Cookie is known for "the stare," referencing his [[https://www.reddit.com/r/Cookierun/comments/cwd97a/angel_cookies_face_is_perfect/ hilariously]] OffModel stare from an event in [[VideoGame/CookieRun the main game.]] He can even be seen doing it sometimes as one of his idle animations in the town!

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* AscendedMeme: One of the loading screen tips mentions that Angel Cookie is known for "the stare," referencing his their [[https://www.reddit.com/r/Cookierun/comments/cwd97a/angel_cookies_face_is_perfect/ hilariously]] OffModel stare from an event in [[VideoGame/CookieRun the main game.]] He They can even be seen doing it sometimes as one of his their idle animations in the town!


* DarkerAndEdgier: Unlike the main franchise which most of the time has an ExcusePlot, the plot of ''Kingdom'' is significantly more complex and include heavier subjects in every corner possible. By heavier, we mean a literal '''war''' and the collapse of an entire Cookie civilization following their leadersí assuming death.

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* DarkerAndEdgier: Unlike the main franchise which most of the time has an ExcusePlot, the plot of ''Kingdom'' is significantly more complex and include heavier subjects in every corner possible. By heavier, we mean a literal '''war''' and '''war''', the collapse of an entire Cookie civilization following their leadersí assuming death. death, and a literal Cookie '''holocaust''' with the Dark Flour War in the backstory that is promptly lever mentioned again...


* ShoutOut: When interacting with the Strange Flask in World 8, Custard Cookie III mentioned a possibility that touching it would transform them into Jelly-eyed mindless monsters, which others laughed off as a childís wild imagination. [[VideoGame/CookieWars If only they knew...]]

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* ShoutOut: When interacting with the Strange Flask in World 8, [[https://i.ibb.co/YjJhW93/IMG-1809.png Custard Cookie III mentioned a possibility that touching it would transform them into Jelly-eyed mindless monsters, monsters,]] [[https://i.ibb.co/1ntHdkC/IMG-1810.png which others laughed off off]] [[https://i.ibb.co/q1n91y0/IMG-1811.png as a childís wild imagination. imagination.]] [[VideoGame/CookieWars If only they knew...]]


* GrimUpNorth: Dark Cacao Kingdom, which was founded on the edge of the Giant Icing Ridge, a land of perpetual snowfall which beckons a life of austerity and perseverance. The climate was very harsh.

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* GrimUpNorth: Dark Cacao Kingdom, which was founded on the edge of the Giant Icing Ridge, a land of perpetual snowfall which beckons a life of austerity and perseverance. The climate was very harsh.harsh and lands were stalked by dire beasts of all kinds, causing their Cookies to live a life of combat and constant reminder of perils and death.


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* ShoutOut: When interacting with the Strange Flask in World 8, Custard Cookie III mentioned a possibility that touching it would transform them into Jelly-eyed mindless monsters, which others laughed off as a childís wild imagination. [[VideoGame/CookieWars If only they knew...]]


* NiceJobBreakingItHero: [[spoiler:When White Lily Cookie seems to be trapped within a moonstone, Gingerbrave smashes it to bits... only to unseal Dark Enchantress Cookie in the process.]]
* PlayEveryDay: Daily log-in bonuses are commonly granted.

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* NiceJobBreakingItHero: [[spoiler:When White Lily Cookie seems to be trapped within a moonstone, Gingerbrave smashes it to bits... only to unseal Dark Enchantress Cookie in the process.]]
* PlayEveryDay: Daily log-in bonuses are commonly granted. The player also needs to maintain their abode manually and keep their production houses running so that their kingdom would develop efficiently.



* SuddenlyVoiced: Cookies gain voiced lines in the game (though currently only in Korean.)

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* SuddenlyVoiced: Cookies gain voiced lines in the game (though currently only in Korean.)Korean).



* TwoGirlsToATeam: Strawberry Cookie and Chili Pepper Cookie are the only two female Cookies in Gingerbrave's main group. Inverted with the five legendary hero Cookies, where Pure Vanilla Cookie and (presumably) Dark Cacao Cookie are the only males in the group.

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* TwoGirlsToATeam: Strawberry Cookie and Chili Pepper Cookie are the only two female Cookies in Gingerbrave's main group. Inverted with the five legendary hero Cookies, where Pure Vanilla Cookie and (presumably) Dark Cacao Cookie are the only males in the group.group.
* WizardingSchool: The Parfaedia Institute that comes in the same update with Guild feature is the heart of Dessert Magic - a field of magic in Cookie Run: Kingdomís world. Cream Puff Cookie studied there, itís also where Latte Cookie and Espresso Cookie teach.


This is currently under construction. NeedsWikiMagicLove!

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This is currently under construction. NeedsWikiMagicLove!
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* HeadsIWinTailsYouLose: [[spoiler:The fight against Dark Enchantress Cookie and the Cake Witch at the end of Map 8. "Victory" advances the story, but does nothing to stop Dark Enchantress's plans.]]


* SkillGateCharacters: Common Rank Cookies are qualified as this since their skill sets gives novice players the baseline understanding as to what their classes are like, which is due to being easily obtainable from gacha mechanic (meaning they can get promoted up to 5 stars ''very easily''). But falls off real quickly in the early-game since they don't provide any useful status buffs nor debuffs to help the team and are easily benched when players starts getting better ranked Cookies.

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* SkillGateCharacters: Most Common Rank Cookies are qualified as this since their skill sets gives novice players the baseline understanding as to what their classes are like, which is due to being easily obtainable from gacha mechanic (meaning they can get promoted up to 5 stars ''very easily''). But falls off real quickly in the early-game since they don't provide any useful status buffs nor debuffs to help the team and are easily benched when players starts getting better ranked Cookies.


* SkillGateCharacters: Common Rank Cookies are qualified as this due to their skill sets giving novice players the baseline understanding as to what their classes are like due to being easily obtainable from gacha mechanic (meaning they can get promoted up to 5 stars ''very easily''). But falls off real quickly in the early-game since they don't provide any useful status buffs nor debuffs to help the team and are easily benched when players starts getting better ranked Cookies.

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* SkillGateCharacters: Common Rank Cookies are qualified as this due to since their skill sets giving gives novice players the baseline understanding as to what their classes are like like, which is due to being easily obtainable from gacha mechanic (meaning they can get promoted up to 5 stars ''very easily''). But falls off real quickly in the early-game since they don't provide any useful status buffs nor debuffs to help the team and are easily benched when players starts getting better ranked Cookies.


* SkillGateCharacters: Common Rank Cookies are qualified as this due to their skill sets giving novice players the baseline understanding as to what their classes are like due to being easily obtainable from gacha mechanic (meaning they can get promoted up to 5 stars ''very easily''). But falls off real quickly in the early-game since they don't provide any useful status buffs nor debuffs to help the team and are easily benched with better ranked Cookies.

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* SkillGateCharacters: Common Rank Cookies are qualified as this due to their skill sets giving novice players the baseline understanding as to what their classes are like due to being easily obtainable from gacha mechanic (meaning they can get promoted up to 5 stars ''very easily''). But falls off real quickly in the early-game since they don't provide any useful status buffs nor debuffs to help the team and are easily benched with when players starts getting better ranked Cookies.

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* SkillGateCharacters: Common Rank Cookies are qualified as this due to their skill sets giving novice players the baseline understanding as to what their classes are like due to being easily obtainable from gacha mechanic (meaning they can get promoted up to 5 stars ''very easily''). But falls off real quickly in the early-game since they don't provide any useful status buffs nor debuffs to help the team and are easily benched with better ranked Cookies.


** '''Charge''' characters for damage-focused or all-round frontline fighters.
** '''Defense''' characters for more defense-oriented frontline fighters.
** '''Ambush''' characters, who deal heavy damage and specialize in attacking the enemy's back row.
** '''Bombers''', who focus on powerful attacks that often deal area-of-effect damage.
** '''Ranged''' characters, single-target attackers stationed in the rear.
** '''Healers,''' who are usually in the rear, and '''Support''' characters, who can be in the rear or in the middle - both of these focus on healing and buffing their allies.
** '''Magic''' characters, who are mostly notable for their skill rather than their stats - usually an area-of-effect attack that hits multiple times, or something that allows them to [[TheBeastMaster summon]] [[TheMinionMaster minions]].

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** '''Charge''' '''[[AttackAttackAttack Charge]]''' characters for damage-focused or all-round frontline fighters.
** '''Defense''' '''[[BarrierWarrior Defense]]''' characters for more defense-oriented frontline fighters.
** '''Ambush''' '''[[GuileHero Ambush]]''' characters, who deal heavy damage and specialize in attacking the enemy's back row.
** '''Bombers''', '''[[AreaOfEffect Bombers]]''', who focus on powerful attacks that often deal area-of-effect damage.
** '''Ranged''' '''[[LongRangeFighter Ranged]]''' characters, single-target attackers stationed in the rear.
** '''Healers,''' '''[[TheMedic Healers,]]''' who are usually in the rear, and '''Support''' '''[[SupportPartyMember Support]]''' characters, who can be in the rear or in the middle - both of these focus on healing and buffing their allies.
** '''Magic''' '''[[SquishyWizard Magic]]''' characters, who are mostly notable for their skill rather than their stats - usually an area-of-effect attack that hits multiple times, or something that allows them to [[TheBeastMaster summon]] [[TheMinionMaster minions]].

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* SquishyWizard: Most of Magic Class units are qualified as this (some of them being GlassCannon) since they are main damage dealers of the team but needed front line units to defend them against enemies that can easily take them out. Other mid-lane units, such as Bombs and Ambush, also qualify but without pure magic at their disposal.

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