Breeder[2] is a giant enemy that spawn during Blood Moons and after destroying a portal.

Two Crowns Kingdom Two Crowns – Fire can be used to fight breeders, who are rather vulnerable to it.



The breeder's primary attack is a punch that can knock down swathes of men with a single blow. This leaves townsfolk disarmed, knocked pronely, and vulnerable to greedling attacks.

When the Monarch gets punched by a breeder they lose a huge amount of their gold. Their mount also get feared by the breeder and will stand up on its rear legs if forced to go around it, this is only temporary and after second command it will ride past the breeder.

Throwing boulderEdit

Breeders can also plow through walls by returning discarded catapult boulders. They pick up the boulders that were previously fired with a catapult and throw them against the walls or at the Kingdom's subjects.

These boulders can be as devastating to defense forces as it is when used against the Greed; it has an area of effect, and it disarms and knocks prone up to five defenders at a time. It can even knock off archers from a covered tower. However, the attacks may be blocked by knights who are holding enough coins and are standing between the boulder and other soldiers.

Summoning greedlingsEdit

Breeder Breeding

A breeder vomiting greedlings after the sunrise.

They also regularly spawn greedlings with a sort of vomit action. Breeders do not flee when the sun rises and they melt into goo after taking sufficient damage.

Their greedlings summoned will flee when the sun rises but the ones summoned after sunrise won't flee, if you wait long enough though, newly spawned greedlings will flee the next sunrise. All greedlings summoned will not have masks.

Crown stealerEdit

Two Crowns Kingdom Two Crowns – There's a small chance that crown stealers may hitch a ride on breeders.

Armored breederEdit

Two Crowns

This section is about Kingdom Two Crowns.

Armored breeder campaign Blood Moon

Armored breeder in a very late campaign Blood Moon.

In very late Blood Moons in the campaign and on Skull Island after a certain day, breeders wearing a big mask start taking part in the attacks against the Kingdom. Armored breeders take a significantly larger amount of hits to be killed and deal much more damage to the walls.


  • Two Crowns v.1.0.0 and 1.0.1 (PC) – Past day CC (fourth year), breeders start spawning every night in the regular waves; but their speed isn't adjusted to the waves they belong to. They are slow and it takes a while before they reach the outer wall. By the time day starts and archers go outside the walls, breeders finally arrive and kill the troops. Workarounds could be: finishing the game before day 200 or have a good amount of archers to knock down the breeders even outside the walls. Bug also known as "Slow Breeders" or "Desync Breeders".[3]


  1. Counted in game.
  2. Also known as boss, ogre, or giant.
  3. A breeder every day during the morning and Troops thought they were save outside.
    Although some users could refer to this behavior as a simple bad (or even intended) game design, it has little to no chance to be the case, as issues like this have been fixed at least once in Classic (1) and twice in New Lands (1 and 2).
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