Baby Fake (Merciless) is an Advent Stage unlocked after clearing A Deeper Dream. It appears on the 9th, 10th, 23rd, and 24th of every month. When clearing this stage, the player has a chance to unlock Bakery Cat. This is a No Continues stage.
- 5 Mr. Angels spawn after 3.33 seconds100f, delay 13.33~20 seconds400f~600f.
- 1 Alpacky spawns after 13.33 seconds400f.
- When the base reaches 99% HP:
- Breakerblast Cannon is recommended for consistency, although the default Cat Cannon is still usable
Battle: Start by using your Manic Island and Maglev to chip Alpacky to death while keeping her away from the Cat Base and gathering money. At some point, Alpacky will end up becoming strengthened and will kill your units. If Alpacky's lethal strike ability hasn't activated yet, send in a Maglev to do so before using the Cat Cannon to kill her. Then, wait a while for the Cat Cannon to recharge. Send something with low DPS and HP like Assassin BearCat or Doctor Cat to trigger Doremi's arrival, or alternatively use a kamikaze unit such as Glass Cat. You are sending only units like them because the first Mr. Angel needs to be alive. The unit should die quickly.
Don't spawn anything just yet. Mr. Angel should be attacking your base. Keep an eye out for Doremi. When Doremi is slightly behind Mr. Angel, send Awakened Bahamut Cat. Prioritise hitting Mr. Angel rather than Doremi, as you can always use the Cat Cannon to interrupt Doremi's first attack. Bahamut should then be in an ideal range where he will constantly knockback Doremi while killing all Mr. Angels. There isn't anything that can be done about the Trolly Bloggers though, so this is why you may need Base Defense Combos. Doremi should die before your base dies, and then you can send the rest of your units to finish off Kurosawah and the enemy base.
|Lucas IV||Strategy 1 variant, only uses Bahamut and Manic Island|
- First Errand is a reference to Hajimete no Otsukai (はじめてのおつかい, "My First Errand"), the Japanese name of Old Enough!. The show is about children going out into the world to run their very first errands (with a camera crew following close behind).
- First Errand's Japanese name is exactly the same as Old Enough!'s, except with Otsukai (Errand) written in kanji (お使い) instead of hiragana (おつかい).