- After 10 seconds, 3 Relic Doges spawn, the delay between them is 6.7~10 seconds.
- After 1 minute, 10 more Relic Doges spawn, the delay between them is 3.3~5 seconds.
- After 10 minutes, 3 more Relic Doges spawn. All of them respawn up to 5 times after 5~10 seconds each.
- When the enemy base is attacked, Cruel Angel Clionel spawns with 2 Relic Doges, Gabriel and Heavenly Hippoe.
- The first Relic Doge respawns infinitely every 26.7~53.3 seconds.
- The second Relic Doge respawns up to 24 times after 10~11.7 seconds each.
- Gabriel respawns every 15~18.3 seconds, up to 13 can be seen.
- Heavenly Hippoe respawns every 18.3~21.7 seconds, up to 8 can be seen.
Lineup: Eraser Cat, Manic Eraser Cat, Ramen Cat, Can Can Cat, Zamboney Cat, Awakened Bahamut Cat. Other slots should be reserved for Cat Combos, other fast/tanky attackers with high DPS such as Fishman Cat, Jamiera Cat or Juliet the Maiko with Move Speed Up Talents/Cat's Gift.
Cat Cannon: Iron Wall (should be level 5+, higher level gives more time).
Battle: Stall until the second Relic Doge wave and upgrade your Worker Cat to level 5. Once the second Relic Doge wave finishes, rush at the base with your Can Can Cats, dual Erasers, Ramen Cats and Zamboney Cat. If you have enough money, send in Jamiera Cat or other area attackers. Your Can Can Cats should get there first. Right before they hit the base, activate Iron Wall.
Right after the base is hit, send in A. Bahamut. If done correctly, A. Bahamut should hit the Gabriels. If your meatshields block the Heavenly Hippoe before A. Bahamut attacks again, he won't be knocked back and he will hit the Relic Doges. Otherwise, he gets knocked back and still hits the Relic Doges.
At this point, your meatshields should have gotten inside Clionel's blindspot, so now it's a matter of spamming everything to keep A. Bahamut alive. Your attackers may clip through Clionel and destroy the base, or kill Clionel. Both work as long as A. Bahamut stays alive. If Clionel's second attack slows, you better hope that at least one Ramen Cat made it into the blindspot. Otherwise, A. Bahamut is very likely going to die and your run will result in a loss.
This strategy requires specific timing with a level 9+ slow cannon.
Lineup: Mohawk Cat (30+, Manic Mohawk Cat (30), Eraser Cat (40+), Manic Eraser Cat (50), Cameraman Cat (40+), Zamboney Cat (40), Maglev Cat (40), Manic Lion Cat (30), Roe Cat (or any medium speed tanker, 40+) and Awakened Bahamut Cat (30+).
Cat Cannon: Slow Beam
Start off the stage by luring the first few Relic Doges close to your base. Spawn three Cameraman Cats for the first wave and save as much money as possible, spawn Eraser Cat when you think the Relic Doges are close to dying to avoid hitting the base. Rinse and repeat until you have max Worker Cat (spawn four Cameramen for the 2nd and 3rd wave). When you've cleared the Relic Doges and are ready to attack, start by spawning meatshields with Zamboney Cat, Roe Cat, and Manic Lion Cat. When the meatshields are about 60% across the battlefield, spawn Awakened Bahamut Cat and Maglev Cat very soon after.
A. Bahamut and Maglev should reach the base at the same time along with Zamboney. Slow Beam will take some time to reach the end of the battlefield, so pre-fire so that advances as little as possible. You want Maglev to be the one to kill Gabriel (if A. Bahamut hits Gabriel, he will die from the Clionel's attack) and A. Bahamut to kill the Relic Doges and Heavenly Hippoe. Eventually, A. Bahamut should start hitting the base after Clionel is knocked back once. Keep meatshielding and you will win by destroying the base. Watch this video if you are struggling.
Possible issues/replacements: Spawn Manic Lion early if your A. Bahamut is under leveled (35 or less), so that they can chip away enough health from Heavenly Hippoe to get A. Bahamut to knock him back in one attack. You can also replace Manic Lion Cat with Kalisa if you have her. Zamboney Cat can be replaced with Metal Cat, although Metal Cat may get slowed by Clionel.
Strategy 3 (ft. King Gamereon)
Lineup: Biohazard, Bony Bone, Sportwoman combos, Manic Eraser Cat (40+), Eraser Cat (20+64), Ramen Cat (Talents optional, curse resist helps a lot, 40+5), King Gamereon (37+), Awakened Bahamut Cat (30).
Battle Items: Rich Cat (optional)
When you start off the stage send a few Ramen Cats. As your sending Ramen Cats level up your cat wallet. For now go to about level 2-4. As soon as possible send out Gamereon. If you need spam a few Eraser Cats but not too many because you need to save up for Gamereon as soon as possible. After you have Gamereon out keep a small spam of Ramen Cats and Eraser Cats going until you reach the base.
Once you reach the base wait for the boss to come out and send out everything on row two including A. Bahamut. If your Gamereon is high leveled enough, then you don't worry about A. Bahamut dying. The true use of A. Bahamut in this stage will be making sure the peons don't stack up too much. If the Relic Doges / Gabriels push too hard send out A. Bahamut to clear them out. After killing enough of the enemies you should have enough money to send out a second Gamereon, so do that as soon as you can. After all the Gabriels and Heavenly Hippoes are dead, only Relic Doges will be spawned so feel free to upgrade your cat wallet to max when possible.
Your biggest concern for this level will be making sure Ramen is high leveled enough to keep your Gamereons alive for a long enough time, because if not they will die faster than you can say Relic Doge. Once you have your second Gamereon all you have to do is keep spamming, and you'll win.
- The stage's name comes from The Beast that Shouted Love at the Heart of the World, a story by Harlan Ellison, and more relevantly, the title of the final episode of Neon Genesis Evangelion (from which Cruel Angel Clionel gets its inspiration).