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The bomb is a deadly weapon used to implode the cave, definitely killing the Greed on that island.

Crafting and pushingEdit

A bomb can be purchased at the iron keep for eighteen coins.

Before paying for the bomb, it is advisable to destroy all small portals on the cliff side. And, if the cliff is too far from the town, it is better to build further walls or wait for a truce past blood moon to avoid encountering greed raids on the way.

Building the bomb triggers a cave assault where:

  1. The Monarch (if in co-op, the closest one to the cliff) leads the march to the cave.
  2. Up to three builders push the bomb.

     

    They will halt if they reach the Monarch leading the march (or if the Monarch goes behind them); and will resume the stride when the Ruler goes ahead again.

     

  3. Two squad leaders with their soldiers start following the Monarch.

     

    This detachment is chosen from the sea side first and then from the proximities of the bomb. They will defend their Monarch leader and/or the bomb: whoever is closer to the cliff.
    If there was an ongoing regular assault to the cliff portal, it is cancelled.

     

Arriving with the bomb at the cliff portal, it won't spawn the regular few greedlings to counter the Monarchs' hostile presence; even if the portal is active. Nightly waves, however, keep their everyday routine.

If the Greed attacks the bomb and destroy it before it is lit, the offensive to the cave is dismantled. The explosion of the bomb, in this case, won't harm any friendly units. A new bomb can then be bought to restart the march.

Accessing the caveEdit

Once in front of the cliff portal, the builders stop pushing the bomb. The Monarch must then spend five coins at the bomb to be able to enter the portal. The whole escort will follow along with the bomb. In cooperative mode, both players must enter together.

The state of the portal does not matter, including being destroyed.

The Monarch can exit anytime. This saves the escort but ends the assault and the bomb is lost.

IgnitingEdit

After defeating the nest(s) of Greed, the troops arrive at the hive.

Once the bomb reaches the hive, it stops and it's eyes glow.

The Monarch must then pay five coins to light it, which causes:

  • the screen to shake
  • the pool to unleash a last, much stronger wave of greedlings
  • the builders to run for the exit
  • the squires/knights to walk for the exit.

     

    This typically causes them to be hit and appear as vagrants outside the cave.

     

Escaping the explosionEdit

The Monarch has only a short time (fifteen to thirty seconds, depending on the island) to escape the cave.

 

It is best to recover full mount stamina before lighting the fuse, and doing so from the bomb's edge, but even then slower mounts may not make it. In cooperative mode, if one Monarch exits both survive.

 

Reaching the exit in time causes premature explosion right at that moment, for fake tension.

After the explosion surviving Monarchs appear in front of the cliff portal, along with the three builders, a random part of the escort in whatever state they were in at the time of the explosion, as well as any gems, hermits and/or the dog that were lost to the greed on that island. To recover them though, the Monarch must survive the explosion.

A couple of popup sheets display various game stats, then gameplay resumes.

The cliff portal is henceforth permanently destroyed and can not be accessed again. The remaining greeds (if any) retreat back into the nearest portal (or cliff portal if none), and no more ever spawn on the island.

If the Monarch(s) dies, the island remains secured for his/her successor. In this case, any gems, hermits or dog spat out of the cave will be permanently lost.

HistoryEdit

Date Platform Version Change
Aug 29, 2019 All 1.0.4 The bomb is no longer crafted at the forge, but at the keep.
Dec 11, 2018 All 1.0.0 Introduced.
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