Event token

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Event token
MKT Icon Event Token 2.png
Description
A green coin in a similar shape and design as a Bonus Medal

First appearance

Mario Kart Tour (2020)

Event tokens are special green coins that appear during certain events in Mario Kart Tour, starting with the Wild West Tour. In some tours, event tokens can appear in all courses, where they replaced several of the normal coins in a random manner. They could also be obtained from Item Boxes instead of normal coins, from other drivers who have gotten hit, and from the Coin Box special item. In other tours, event tokens could also be earned by landing hits with shells, bananas or Bob-ombs. Up to 99 event tokens can be collected in a single race.

Event tokens can then be used to purchase items from a Token Shop, which contains items not found in the Daily Selects, such as points-cap tickets and rubies. All items have a limit for how many times they can be purchased. Players can only have as many event tokens as needed to purchase all of the items in the Token Shop, after which they will stop appearing on courses. Any unspent event tokens collected in one tour are not carried over to the next.

In Team Rally events, event tokens are replaced by team tokens, which serve the same function, though the player is required to collect as many as possible in order for their selected team to win. The tokens are redesigned to match the team. In the Mario vs. Luigi Tour, Team Mario and Team Luigi's tokens have red and green borders respectively and white centers with their emblems imprinted on them. In the Peach vs. Daisy Tour, Team Peach and Team Daisy's tokens have pink and orange borders respectively and white centers with their emblems imprinted on them. Team tokens only appear in races if the player is using a driver from their team.

Event tokens are very similar in appearance to the Bonus Medals in Super Mario Run, having a similar Super Star design on them.

Profiles[edit]

  • Mario Kart Tour Twitter:
    • "A limited-time event in which you collect event tokens is on now! During the event, event tokens will appear and can be exchanged for drivers, rubies, and more in the Event Shop. Collect as many as you can in a week and exchange them for great items!"[1]
    • "Collect event tokens by landing hits with shells in this limited-time #MarioKartTour event available now. You can exchange these tokens for great items like rubies and points-cap tickets in the Event Shop, so don't let this opportunity pass you by!"[2]
    • "Collect event tokens by landing hits with Bob-ombs, then exchange them for great items in the limited-time #MarioKartTour event available now. This is the time to shine for drivers with the Bob-omb family of special items like Wario and Black Shy Guy!"[3]
    • "We just extended the event! Grab event tokens scattered throughout #MarioKartTour courses and exchange them for items at the Event Shop. Event tokens can come out of the Coin and Coin Box items too!"[4]
    • "Collect event tokens and exchange them for great items in the limited-time #MarioKartTour event featuring King Boo and Egg 1. Make sure you use up all of them because they don't carry over after the event ends on Sept. 22, 10:59 PM PT!"[5]
    • "Collect #MarioKartTour event tokens in the current tour by landing hits with bananas and exchange them for great items! You can get four event tokens for every hit. Perhaps a Giant Banana on a narrow path would do the trick?"[6]

Gallery[edit]

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Spanish (NOA) Ficha de evento Event token
German Event-Medaille Event medal
Italian Medaglia evento Event medal

References[edit]

  1. ^ mariokarttourEN (August 5, 2020). Twitter. Retrieved September 3, 2020.
  2. ^ mariokarttourEN (August 20, 2020). Twitter. Retrieved September 3, 2020.
  3. ^ mariokarttourEN (September 2, 2020). Twitter. Retrieved September 3, 2020.
  4. ^ mariokarttourEN (September 13, 2020). Twitter. Retrieved September 13, 2020.
  5. ^ mariokarttourEN (September 19, 2020). Twitter. Retrieved September 19, 2020.
  6. ^ mariokarttourEN (September 28, 2020). Twitter. Retrieved September 29, 2020.