The event maps are the same from last year, although the rules for the dancing part of event have changed.
The event is in the form of school tests; if the player passes a test, they will get an A+ item. If the player fails, they will get an F item.
In the track map, mice have to press ← and → (or A and D) in turn, repeatedly, to move and increase the speed points (and ultimately the speed), while jumping to avoid cannonballs. Cannons spawn once per 5 seconds. If the player presses the same directional buttons multiple times, the player's speed will reduce. If the player stops pressing either directional buttons for a while, the player's speed will reset to 0.
If the player finishes the map in under 30 seconds, the player passes the test. If the player finishes the map after 30 seconds has passed, the player would not be able to pass because of not completing the course in time.
In the geography classroom, all players are given a flag and a clickable world map. The player must guess at least 6 out of 8 flags correctly to pass the test. The map has 35 countries to choose from.
Show/Hide cheat sheet
Below are the flags, the name of their country, and the abbreviation used for flag waving.
In choreography class, arrows will appear on the board which you must memorize and which will disappear after a while. Once they disappear you must use the directional keys to match what was shown. Messing up will reset your progress for that set requiring you to start from the beginning of the set, but you won't get an F until the time for that set runs out.
There are three series in total, each with slightly more arrows than the last. If a series of moves times out and the player hasn't finished (the arrows will shake to indicate time running low), the player will fail. If the players fails, he or she will be given an F.
Tip: There are two fairly easy ways to do this if you can't remember long patterns: take screen shots, or while the game is showing you the directions, type the first letter / arrow of each direction in your chat box (ex: dulr for Down, Up, Left, Right or v^<>) and since everyone has the same pattern, you can post it if you'd like to help others.
The Proviseur (located in his office) is the mouse who grades mice on their performance in previous events, and awards them with badges and titles based on how badly/well they have done.
When Transformice first came back online for event, it quickly had to be restarted again. This was preceded by a server message by Tigrounette blaming Melibellule for messing up, followed by Meli sobbing.
The Reese Mask is a reference to the Animal Crossing character Reese.
The Blue-Tongued Lizard was made in memory of Xanthefleur, a Transformice Moderator that passed away prior to the event.
You can wall jump the sides of the headmaster's office
When the event first came out, there was a bug where when the flag for Uruguay appeared, clicking the correct country on the map still resulted in getting the answer incorrect. This was later patched on V1.331b.
While the Tag consumable was updated for event, using the same on-screen chalk drawing visual as last year, the consumable button image was not updated, still showing the typical cheese icon instead.