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Roblox Easter Egg Hunt 2012 was the third egg hunt on Roblox, which started on April 6, 2012 and ended on April 17, 2012. A place was specifically made for the eggs to drop in. When collected, the eggs would go into your inventory, and you would also receive a badge. There were a total of 25 eggs, with one of them being in a separate game. Items, such as the Egg Cannon 9000, were designed to help you find all of the eggs. The egg hunt lasted for eleven days. The event shattered a record of how many players were playing one game at one time, with 9,354 being the record. This record was later topped at 2013's Egg Hunt, which attracted approximately 20,000 players to the game at one time.


Games

Name Image Creator/Group
2012 Egg Hunt - ROBLOX
Egg Hunt Map 2012.jpg
Games
Welcome to Stoogeville
Welcome to Stoogeville.jpg
ThreeStoogesMovie

Game Description

The Egg Hunt game itself had multiple terrains. Two large mountain ranges bordered the map. The mountain ranges were connected via a bridge. A city that contained multiple office towers was located across from the mountains. A waterfall cascaded down from the mountains and ran into a river. The river ran adjacent to the office towers, halfway through the map. There were also several areas in the game that were modeled after classic Roblox places; these places included Crossroads, Chaos Canyon, and Sword Fight on the Heights. Several underground pathways were also located within the map.

Eggs

There was a total of 25 eggs in the 2012 Egg Hunt; twenty-four in the main place (including three Faberge Eggs and three Sugar Eggs) and one in the Welcome to Stoogeville game.

Main Game Eggs

These eggs were all found in the official 2012 Egg Hunt map. There were twenty-four eggs in the map.

Name

Image

Objective

Aqueous Egg of River Riding
Aqueous Egg of River Riding.png
To get this egg, the player must go to the river and find this. Then they receive this egg.
Vampiric Egg of Twilight
Vampiric Egg of Twilight.png
Often found in the time between day and night, and the time between night and day, it will be rolling and you just had to touch it to receive it.
Egg Timer
Egg Timer.png
Found anywhere, the player had to get this egg before it exploded.
Terrordactyl Egg
Terrordactyl Egg.png
Players could only get this egg when the Terrordactyl spawned, and dropped a large egg. In order to get the egg, you had to go up in to a nest, and the egg would make you dance, with you not being able to move yourself, which let the Terrordactyl kill you. When the Terrordactyl dropped the egg, there was a 6% chance you would get it (if you were the only one going after it).
Subterranean Egg
Subterranean Egg.png
To get this egg, you had to find it underground and not touch the lava. You had to touch it to get it.
Futuristic Egg of Antigravity
Futuristic Egg of Antigravity.png
To get this egg, you often needed a flight potion to reach it in the sky, or you had to wait for it to float down. You had to touch it to get it.
Elevated Egg of the Eyrie
Elevated Egg of the Eyrie.png
This egg was often on top of the waterfall, but sometimes it was found in the river. You had to touch it to get it.
Office Professional Egg
Office Professional Egg.png
This egg was found inside the office buildings by the river in floor 2. You had to touch it to get it.
Insanely Valuable Crystal Egg
Insanely Valuable Crystal Egg .png
To get this egg, players went into an underground temple and getting them in a chamber. However, players must dodge lava to get the egg.
Molten Meteoric Core Egg
Molten Meteoric Core Egg.png
Players could only get the egg after a meteor struck the map and the egg popped out of the meteor.
Combo Egg of Trolllolol
Combo Egg of Trolllolol.png
To get this egg, the players must have typed the correct code. The code was "707".
Eggcognito Egg
Eggcognito Egg.png
To get this, you had to find this egg wearing your hat, then touch it.
Hyperactive Egg of Hyperactivity
Hyperactive Egg of Hyperactivity .png
This egg moved faster than the players trying to capture it. Once a player captured the egg, the player could move faster and jump higher.
Self Replicating Egg of Grey Goo
Self Replicating Egg of Grey Goo .png
This egg created replicas of itself; only one of the eggs created is real and obtainable- the reason of it being called "rare" is because of how the clones make it look like it's common. Shares similarities with Merlin the Meggical of the 2019 Egg Hunt .
Ethereal Ghost Egg
Ethereal Ghost Egg .png
Players had to simply touch this egg to capture it, however, the egg tended to go through walls.
Eggsterminator Egg
Eggsterminator Egg.png
Players could only capture the egg while it flew. However, the egg exploded periodically.
Egg of All-Devouring Darkness
Egg of All-Devouring Darkness.png
The egg spawned after a set amount of in-game days passed in a server. It spawned at one given location. It should be noted that every time this egg spawns, the server shuts down.
The Last Egg of 2012
The Last Egg2.png
Players could only get this egg when they got all of the other eggs.

Sugar Eggs

Name

Image

Objective

Chaos Canyon Sugar Egg
Chaos Canyon Sugar Egg.png
Players could only getting this egg by random encounters as it had a very low spawn rate. This was considered as the most common sugar egg in 2012.
Crossroads Sugar Egg
Crossroads Sugar Egg.png
Players could only get this egg by random encounters as it had a really low spawn rate.
Sword Fight on the Heights Sugar Egg
Sword Fight on the Heights Sugar Egg.png
This egg spawned randomly, it had an extremely low spawn rate.

Fabergé Eggs

Name

Image

Objective

Charles Babbage Fabergé Egg
Charles Babbage Fabergé Egg.png
Players could only getting this egg by random encounters as it had a very low spawn rate. This was considered as the most common Fabergé in 2012.
Azurewrath Fabergé Egg
Azurewrath Faberge.png
Players could only getting this egg by random encounters as it had a really low spawn rate.
Ruby Filigree Fabergé Egg
Ruby Filigree Fabergé Egg.png
Players could only get this egg by touching it. Randomly spawning around the map, it had an extremely low spawn rate. This was considered the rarest Fabergé in 2012.

Welcome to Stoogeville Egg

This egg was the only egg that was found in a game other than the official 2012 Egg Hunt map. It was found in the Welcome to Stoogeville game.

Name

Image

Objective

Stooge Egg
Stooge Egg.png
It was found randomly across the Welcome to Stoogeville game.

Unused Eggs

Egg Hunt 2012 has only one unused egg, the Stacking Doll Egg.

Name

Image

Objective

Stacking Doll Egg
Sumo Egg.png
Unknown.

Catalog Items

These items assisted players in the 2012 Egg Hunt. They were only available and usable for the duration of the hunt.

Name

Image

Cost

Use

Egg Cannon 9000
Egg Cannon.png
Unknown This item shot out one of six different eggs.
Egglord's Circlet
Egglord's Circlet.png
Unknown This item increased the firing rate of the Egg Cannon 9000. It also increased the probability of the Egg Cannon shooting rare eggs.
Egglord's Rexus
Egglord's Rexus.png
Unknown This item increased the firing rate of the Egg Cannon 9000. It also further increased the probability of the Egg Cannon shooting rare eggs. it is also because of this hat and only because of this hat that we know the Stacking Doll egg exists.

Trivia

This section is a trivia section. Please relocate any relevant information into other sections of the article.

  • During the final days of the egg hunt, there were exploited servers that instantly gave the user every egg when they joined the game.