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Dublin is the 49th city in Gummy Drop!.

This city had a free trip from March 16 to 18, 2018 in time for St. Patrick's Day.

Story

Introduction:
You arrived in Dublin by cruise ship to rebuild the monuments.
Epilogue:
After you rebuilt all the monuments, you will travel by a fishing boat to Casablanca.

Souvenir symbols

  • Dublin Souvenir1.pngShamrock
  • Dublin Souvenir2.pngHarp
  • Dublin Souvenir3.pngCeltic cross

Rewards

Achievement Image Reward Passport Stamp
Build all monuments GummyDrop BuiltAllMonuments.png
Intern: Complete all level 1 Passport Intern Box.png Passport Level1Stamp.png
Architect: Complete all level 2 Passport Architect Box.png Passport Level2Stamp.png
Master Builder: Complete all level 3 Passport MasterBuilder.png Passport Level3Stamp.png
Build 100% of city Passport CityComplete Box.png Passport CompleteStamp.png

Citizens

Levels

This city contains 200 levels, consists of 120 normal levels, 60 side-levels, and 20 Helping Hand levels.

Monuments

Helping Hand levels

Special Item Missions

# Levels Special Item Reward Character Quote
1 1-10
2 11-20
3 21-30
4 31-40
41-50 10 Gummy Guy Gummy Guy Resource Mart builder.png Resource Mart unbuilt.png
5 51-60
6 61-70
7 71-80
81-90 10 Gummy Guy Gummy Guy Resource Mart builder.png Resource Mart unbuilt.png
8 91-100
9 101-110
10 111-120 10 scarves Dublin SpecialItem10.png Green Gem.png4


Helping Locals

# Level Citizen Spend Reward
1 26
2 103 Coin.png320 Pink Gem.png180,000

Green Gem.png2

Mystery Boxes

# Level Reward
1 46
2 86

Music

This track plays while on the city map.

Quotes by Sam

  • "The luck of the Irish has brought you to Dublin!"
  • "Welcome to delightful Dublin!"
  • "What luck! You're in Dublin!"
  • "You've dashed into Dublin!"

Trivia

  • Dublin shares its music with Boston.
  • One of the citizens is based on Oscar Wilde, famous Irish poet and author whose works flourished in 19th Century.
  • St. Pius X Church is the non-buildable monument in this city's map.
  • The harp souvenir also appears in Cardiff.
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