Bombergirl (Deadly) is an Advent Stage appearing on the 9th, 10th, 23rd, and 24th of every month. Upon completion, players have a 30% chance to unlock Lone Cat and Kitten. This is a No Continues stage.
- 1 Bore spawns after 3.33 seconds100f.
- When the base reaches 99% HP:
An easy strategy is to stall the first Bore with iCat and build up your funds for the actual fight. Once the desired amount is acquired, kill off the first Bore and proceed to the enemy base. Continue the process with the second Bore by luring him to your base, and use Long Distance Cats to chip away Bakoo's health. Wave Attackers such as Crazed Gross Cat are useful as well, but are still frozen by Bakoo.
While the boss's range is very low (180), her Long Distance hits extremely far away (from 50 to 1,800), and it still allows her to hide behind the pair of Bores that guard her. As such, you either kill the frontline quickly and rush the boss, or use Long Distance and waves to kill the boss.
Keep in mind that, if a short-ranged unit is in attacking the enemy base while the boss wave happens, Bakoo will attack when she spawns, freezing and possibly killing every unit in her enormous range. To prevent this, the Cat Cannon must be fired before the boss wave is triggered, knocking her back and interrupting her attack. If fired too soon or too late, the player will be placed at a severe disadvantage that they likely won't recover from.
Slow Beam, Thunderbolt, Waterblast and Holy Blast will not work for this strategy, but Breakerblast can be used to interrupt Bakoo much more easily than the normal Cannon and is preferable regardless of level.
Uber Rare Cats and Legend Rare Cats who are immune to Freeze or can deal with Bores from a distance can greatly increase your odds, with good examples like Bunny & Canard, Cats in the Cradle, Akuma, and Thundia. Epicfest and Uberfest exclusives being even more effective here, along with Empress Chronos.
If you have the Gross!!! Combo, you won't need Crazed Wall Cat or Crazed Macho Cat. If you don't have Polevaulter Cat, it's fine if you have other wave or Long Distance attackers, just put all of them in.
As the first Bore approaches, deploy an iCat so he reaches a place where, when he eventually gets knocked back, he will land right behind the base. The iCat will freeze him and, as soon as that happens, spam the meatshields so that iCat gets a second Freeze off, then let Bore hit the iCat behind the base and kill your meatshields. Deploy a second iCat, timed correctly so as to perma-freeze the Bore, then save up money until your Worker Cat is at level 8.
Let Bore hit the Cat Base, then summon an iCat. This will allow the Bores to damage your stack. When everything's unfrozen, the remaining iCats should freeze the Bores and Bakoo will be constantly knocked back. Start spawning Major Leaguer Cats and Housewife Cats. When another iCat is ready, wait around a second before spawning it so that you can perma-freeze the Bore. Now, only spawn the Long Distance units and Manic Macho Legs. Once the Bore is knocked back, add in iCat and Manic Macho Legs.
When you hit the enemy base, Bakoo will spawn and attack once, freezing everything. Now put out all your DPS cats making sure that when the Bore dies, all the money does not go to waste and you have a nice full wallet and all cats deployed. As soon as Polevaulter Cat begins to jump, fire the Cat Cannon to stop Bakoo (make sure the first Bore has killed all the meatshields at the start or you could jeopardize your chances of winning). Now just spam everything except the meatshields, fire the Cannon when Bakoo is about to attack and it's an easy win.
- The seemingly random stage name is a pun that only works in Japanese. The Japanese word for bomb, bakudan, contains baku, which can refer either to a Malayan tapir, or a dream-eating mythical creature, both of which served as inspirations for Bakoo's design.