Dagshund has slow movement speed but attacks quickly with high area damage, but his slow animation and low range balances this out. He isn't intimidating alone, but he is usually spawned in groups or rapidly when included in a level. However, in later stages, due to his single knockback, this enemy will often be used as a wall with high HP, like in Pecking Order and Ultimate Shrine.
Dagshund attacks non-stop and has a strong Area Attack. However, he has a fairly slow attack animation, so it is pretty hard for him to advance. The best thing to do would be to spam defensive units (Cat, Tank Cat, etc...) while having Bahamut Cat take him out. Stacking Lizard Cats or Salon Cats can also work if you have enough meatshields to stall the Dagshund.
|Enemy Unit # 43||Traitless|
|Tries really hard to be human.|
All he needs to do now is stick out his arms,
turn around in circles and speak.
Please feed him when he does this.
|Enemy Unit # 43||Traitless|
|Saw an impression of [Ken Shimura's] weird uncle on TV.|
Somehow mastered walking on two legs.
After he sticks out his hands, turns around and around
and finally says his name, he'll be done.
An enemy introduced in Old Guys About Town. He has strong attack power and requires multiple knockbacks to kill.
A variant that exclusively appears in Go Go Graduates!, with 3x more health, longer range and higher damage.
- Stage 3-8: Hyaluronan Mountain (100%)
- Stage 4-6: Fisherman's Dilemma (100%)
- Stage 5-1: Lovely Minerals (100%)
- Stage 5-4: Squishy Hollows (100%)
- Stage 6-7: Cowboy Mountain (100%)
- Stage 7-5: Economic Sea (100%)
- Stage 7-7: Frozen Tuna Front (100%)
- Stage 8-7: Mushroom Cliff (100%)
- Stage 12-8: Killer Sardines (200%)
- Stage 13-6: Natto Bay (200%)
- Stage 14-1: Cardboard Corridor (200%)
- Stage 14-4: Wading Woodchips (200%)
- Stage 16-7: Glassy Sands (300%)
- Stage 17-8: Jailer in the Morgue (300%)
- Stage 21-5: Subtle Curfew (200%)
- Stage 22-3: The VIP Room (300%)
- Stage 33-1: Pecking Order (1000%)
- Stage 35-5: Tunafish Trenches (800%)
- Stage 47-1: Ultimate Shrine (1000%)
- Stage 3-5: Buggy Hollows (1200%)
- Stage 5-2: Mutinous Waves (1000%)
- Stage 8-4: Hunter's Hills (1000%)
- Stage 15-1: Pulling Hair (1000%)
- Stage 18-6: Slave to Instinct (1000%)
- Stage 20-2: Lonely Goldfish (1000%)
- Peerless: Attack on W-Cyclone (Expert) (100%)
- Bears be Bare: Going Bipolar (100%)
- The Forbidden Bride: Mistook Bride's Name (100%)
- Old Guys About Town: Wife Still the Boss (100%)
- Autumn = Sports Day!: Everyone Wins (100%)
- Vengeance Awakes!: No Need to Curse! (Expert) (200%)
- A Cultured Festival: Not Quite Organic (100%)
- Island of Ash: Brushfire (Veteran) (200%)
- Peerless Too: Wrath of W-Cyclone (Insane) (100%)
- Ritual Confusion: Silent Family (300%)
- Duel Under the Stars: Commander (Veteran) (100%)
- Papuu's Paradise: Saintly Sister (Merciless) (300%)
- Heavenly Tower: Floor 45 (1000%)
|Health||Attack Power||Attack Range||Attack Frequency||Movement Speed||Knockback||Attack Animation|
|60,000 HP||3,000 damage
|50f (1.67 seconds)||10||1 time||13f 0.43s |
(37f 1.23s backswing)
- His Japanese name (Daffundo) and description reference Ken Shimura's weird uncle character and one of his famous lines, "Daffunda!."
- The English name of this enemy is a parody of "Dachshund", the species it is based on.