FANDOM


Reality Dreamworld
Cherry-Chateau

Cherry Chateau Map

Cherry Chateau Map Mobile

Episode33background

Episode 33
World (Flash) Six
World (HTML5) Unknown
Levels 471-485
Characters Cherry Baroness
Champion title Baroque Baroness
New features Chameleon Candies (4) in Locked Candies
Release date Web - 19 September 2013
Smartphone icon - 27 November 2013
Difficulty Hard
Previous Next
Sugary-Shire Meringue-Moor

Cherry Chateau is the 33rd episode of Candy Crush Saga and the third episode of World Six. This episode was released on 19 September 2013. The champion title for this episode is Baroque Baroness.

StoryEdit

Before episode:
The Cherry Baroness is stuck on top of a pile of chocolate, and she rudely asks Tiffi to help her get down. Tiffi will not agree until the baroness will say "Please".
After episode:
The Baroness gets very angry and destroys the chocolate by stomping it. As she stomps down, the Chateau begins to break. Tiffi is glad she got down, but the Baroness just shrugs and says, "Whatever!".

New thingsEdit

LevelsEdit

Reality 33 Background
This episode contains levels 471–485. This episode contains the 200th jelly level in the game, level 475.

Cherry Chateau is a hard episode. It has five hard levels: 471, 472, 476, 483 and 485, and one very hard level: 480. This episode has broken two trends. First of all, it is an odd episode that ends with a jelly level. All odd episodes from episode 23 end with a candy order or ingredients level. This episode continues the trend of very hard finales. All episodes from episode 28 to 32 (except 31, in some cases) end with a hard level, even episodes 29 and 31 end with candy order levels. Overall, this episode has the same difficulty as the previous episode, Sugary Shire.

Target score Jelly Ingredient drop Timed Objective
0 7 4 0 4
The easiest :
Level 479
The hardest :
Level 480
The most fun :
Level 479
4
Orange Green Blue Purple
5
Red Orange Green Blue Purple
6
Red Orange Yellow Green Blue Purple
1

8

6

Sugar Drop icon Sugar Drop levels
Objective Level 473 Ingredient drop Level 474 Objective Level 476
Lockedhard Hexagon levels
Level 471Level 476Level 480Level 481Level 482

 Difficulty code summary (details here)

NoneVery EasyEasySomewhat EasyMediumSomewhat HardHardVery HardExtremely HardNearly ImpossibleVariable

 Note that goals include target score.

0 0 2 1 2 4 5 1 0 0 0

GalleryEdit

TriviaEdit

Cherry-Chateau (old)

Old name colour in the episode banner

Screenshot 2015-06-27-10-04-51

background on mobile devices

  • The theme of this episode seems to be based on being polite and using manners correctly.
  • Upon its release, Candy Crush received gold bars accounts.
  • This episode seems to take place in France.
    • "Chateau" is the French for "Castle".
  • The pathway on the web version is blue while on the mobile version is green.
  • This is the first consecutive episode which does not have any timed levels.
  • Like Sweet Surprise and Pudding Pagoda, the episode opener is rated hard.
  • This episode forms a part of a Hell's cluster, which comprises levels 480-488.
    • This cluster begins with a triplet of hexagon levels (480 to 482).
  • This episode contains the 200th jelly level, which is level 475.
  • The background on mobile devices shows the Cherry Baroness facing Tiffi as opposed to the one on the web version.
  • The castle is also shown on Truffle Terrace, which has exactly the same path to that of Glazed Grove's.
  • In Tasty Treasury, the background is very similar to this, but the walls and columns are yellow instead of blue.
  • This is the first episode to have the name of a fruit in its title.
  • Level 311 in Savory Shores got nerfed when this episode came out.