|Champion title||Drizzle Deflector|
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|Release date|| - 10 August 2016|
- 24 August 2016
Praline Pavilion is the 129th episode of Candy Crush Saga and the third and final episode of World Thirty-Three. This episode was released on 10 August 2016. The champion title for this episode is Drizzle Deflector.
- Ingredients appear on jelly squares in Sugar Chests (one-layered to four-layered) for the first time in level 1917.
LevelsEditThis episode contains levels 1911-1925.
Praline Pavilion is a very hard episode. It contains one hard level: 1922, five very hard levels: 1915, 1917, 1918, 1920 and 1921, and one extremely hard level: 1919. Overall, this episode is harder than the previous episode, Kooky Kingdom.
|The easiest : |
|The hardest : |
|4 ||5 |
|Sugar Drop levels|
|Level 1915||Level 1920||Level 1924|
|1912||50,000||: 50,000 pts|
|1913||50,000||: 30 : 10 : 5|
|1914||235,000||: 235,000 pts|
|1916||20,000||: 15 : 20|
|1917||250,000||: 18 : 53|
|1918||300,000||: 300,000 pts|
|1919||35,000||: 1 : 12 : 28|
|1921||50,000||: 1 : 1 : 20|
|1923||50,000||: 1 : 9 : 18|
|1925||75,000||: 75,000 pts|
- Like Blueberry Brush, there are no ingredients levels and only one jelly level.
- The episode background takes place somewhere nearby Truffle Terrace, where Cherry Chateau, an episode in which Cherry Baroness is also the main character, is located.
- Like the previous episode, it has a timed level finale. Also, this is the first time when two consecutive episodes have timed levels as their finale.
- All of this episode's sugar drop levels are mixed levels. Additionally, two of the three have four colours. But after 1920 was buffed, only one remains.
- This episode contains the Cherry Baroness and this episode is extremely hard. All the other episodes with the Cherry Baroness are hard or above as well.
- This is the first episode to contain 4 extremely hard levels.
- Praline is a sweet substance used for filling chocolates. This is the only episode on Flash version where said word appears in the name of the episode.