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Bile Demon

Bile Demon

Overview[]

Bile demons are huge gluttonous creatures that spew forth a poisonous stream of gas. Hygiene isn't one of their strong points and have developed an immunity to poison.

They are attracted to wealth and cannot get enough of it! They will make their way to the nearest Treasury or Warehouse (whichever is closet) when placed in an enemy dungeon.

Apart from their love of gold and stone, they also love to eat and, as such, like to reside in the Hatchery, gorging themselves on chickens.

In order to get a Bile Demon for your dungeon, you must own a Hatchery.

Notes[]

  • Very effective against Treasuries and Warehouses
  • Portrayed as a 'tank' with heaps of health, though isn't as tough as you'd think
  • After all resource rooms are destroyed, they will attack the nearest building
  • Not very effective against doors, which are often blocking their way to resource rooms
  • Takes extra damage from Skeletons, though this can be reduced to 1.5x
  • While Skeletons are immune to poison damage, Bile Demons can still damage Skeletons quite effectively
  • Very effective against Warlocks
  • High level bile demons are good for holding Trolls from attacking hatcheries
  • Be careful of Spring Traps, use skeletons to clear them instead
  • Very weak against Vampires

Stats[]

Seeks Closest Treasury or Warehouse
Passive Immune to Poison
Strength Bonus damage to Treasuries and Warehouses
Starts with 6x and maxes out at 22x
Weakness Receives bonus damage from Skeletons
Starts wit 5x and decreases to a max of 1.5x
Creature Targets Ground
Attack Speed 2s
Attack Range 2 Tiles
Move Speed 160
Housing Space 4
Summoning Time 3m
Defensive Location Hatchery

Training Upgrades[]

Skeleton = Extra Damage from Skeletons
Hatchery = Hatchery level required to upgrade
Resources = Extra damage multiplier towards resource rooms

LVL DMG HP Resources DMG vs Resource Rooms Skeleton Training Time Training Cost Hatchery Summon Cost
1 48 480 6x 288 5x - - 1 450
2 60 615 8x 480 5x 4h 25k 4 600
3 74 750 8x 592 4x 8h 70k 5 750
4 88 885 10x 880 4x 16h 250k 6 850
5 102 1,030 10x 1,020 3x 1d 500k 7 950
6 116 1,165 12x 1,392 3x 1d 12h 1.2M 8 1,050
7 130 1,300 14x 1,820 2x 2d 2M 9 1,200
8 145 1,450 14x 2,030 2x 2d 12h 13M 11 2,500
9 159 1,585 14x 2,226 2x 3d 16M 12 5,000
10 173 1,720 16x 2,768 2x 4d 20M 14 6,000
11 187 1,855 16x 2,992 2x 4d 26M 15 9,000
12 201 1,990 16x 3,216 2x 6d 32M 17 12,000
13 215 2,125 16x 3,440 1.5x 7d 44M 19 16,000
14 229 2,260 18x 4,122 1.5x 8d 52M 20 20,000
15 245 2,400 18x 4,410 1.5x 9d 52.1M 21 24,000
16 261 2,540 20x 4,698 1.5x 10d 52.2M 22 28,000
17 276 2,680 20x 5,520 1.5x 11d 58M 23 ?
18 292 2,820 20x 5,840 1.5x 12d 62M ? 36,000
19 308 2,965 20x 6,160 1.5x 13d ? ? ?
20 324 3,110 22x 7,128 1.5x 14d ? ? ?
21 340 3,255 22x 7,480 1.5x 15d 76M ? 50,000
22 356 3,400 22x 7,832 1.5x 16d 84M 32 65,000

Note: Training times are updated for the May, 2018 update.

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