If your fanon uses Toffee Tornado, you can describe it here
Toffee Tornado is a blocker in some fanons and previously a blocker in original Candy Crush.
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- They cannot be destroyed by any action in the game.
- They can crush the entire icings in one go.
- They can crush one layer of jelly.
- They move every move.
- Candies hit by them are not counted as an order.
- They move after two moves.
- They can be removed permanently by special candies.
- When a toffee tornado lands on a tile where there is already a blocker, it can actually break that blocker or take a layer off, but also keep that blocker (if not totally destroyed) immune to other effects until it leaves.
- They can crush one layer of jelly and cream.
- This makes cream levels more difficult.
- Candies hit by them are counted as an order in candy order levels and sugar candy level.
- Frozen candies can also freeze toffee tornadoes.
- If it lands on a special candy, activates it.
- Toffee tornadoes can go through marmalade and licorice lock. If one lands on a special candy covered by blockers, the special candy will be set off.
- They move every 1 move and don't leave any cracks (so they can only block one tile, and once a toffee tornado has left, candies can fall back into the square).
- They can be removed permanently by special candies or a cake bomb explosion.
- When a toffee tornado lands on a blocker, it breaks a layer of that blocker. If it is encasing blocker that is reduced to 0 layers this way (locks, marmalade, ice cubes) the candy below is also cleared.
- It will not land on blockers such as: cake bomb, jelly cake, popcorn, sugar chest, metal box, another toffee tornado, or various spawners.
- It can crush one layer of jelly.
- Candies hit are counted as part of an order but also as part of anti-order.
- If they land on a special candy they activate it.
- If a tornado is encased in an encasing blocker, it won't move until released. If it is a movable encasing blocker (ice cube) it will fall along with candies.
- They move at every move, sometimes at every two moves. The crack lasts for one move.
- They can't be removed by any way except by colouring candy+colour bomb combination. Even then, they come back after 5 moves.
- If it lands on a blocker, it will take off a layer (except chocolates, chocolate spawners and magic mixers, in which they do not deal any damage to them. However, they will not spread/work when the twister is on them).
- If it lands on a one-layered encasing blocker (except sugar chests) and said blocker contains a special candy, it will activate immediately.
- It cannot crush jelly, frosting, spread syrup or activate/deactivate coloured jelly. However, it can spread jam and green jam.
- Toffee tornadoes may not land on sugar chests, cake bombs and candy rockets.
- Candies and blockers hit by the tornado do not count as an order.
- If the tornado lands on an ingredient or ingredient wall, it will destroy it, instantly causing a loss even if ingredients would spawn again.
- If the twister lands on a bobber, the bobber will create a fish, but it can't be hit until the tornado flies away.
- If it lands on a candy frog, the frog can't be fed until it moves away.
- They can land on conveyor belts, however they can't leave a crack when there.
- If a tornado is under a lock or is tangled by bubblegum, it will be unable to move unless freed. If a tornado is in marmalade, it will break free after 3 moves.
- If it lands on a Icing, It will crush 1-layer of it.
- Cracks last for 2 moves instead of 1.
- When it hits any candy or blocker that is part of the order it doesn't count.
- They are not breakable. (They are immune to special effects)
- The are 1-move blockers.
- It cannot crush jelly.
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