Dogsville is an Advent Stage that consists of a boss fight against Everlord Wanwan. It appears on the 5th, 6th, 19th, and 20th of every month. When clearing this stage, the player has a chance to unlock Rugby Cat. This is a No Continues stage. It is unlocked after clearing King Wahwah's Return.
Max # of Deployable Cats: 10
- After 13.3 seconds400f, Everlord Wanwan spawns as the boss. 5 Relic Doges also spawn, with a delay of 13.3~20 seconds400~600f.
- After 26.7 seconds800f, unlimited Those Guys spawn, with a delay of 10~13.3 seconds300~400f
- After 40 seconds, 1 Capy spawns.
- After 66.7 seconds2000f, 3 Sir Rels and 7 Croconators spawn, with delays of 18.7~21.3 seconds580~640f and 32~36 seconds, respectively.
- After 100 seconds, 1 Mistress Celeboodle spawns.
- After 146.7 seconds4400f, 1 more Capy, 1 more Mistress Celeboodle and 3 more Sir Rels spawn, with a delay of 18.7~21.3 seconds580~640f between each Sir Rel.
- After 186.7 seconds5600f, 5 more Relic Doges spawn, with a delay of 13.3~20 seconds400~600f.
Everlord Wan-Wan is a Starred Alien that is meant to be fought with all Anti-Starred Aliens treasures from Cats of the Cosmos. For this reason the battle becomes nearly impossible without the treasures from even a single chapter, while it is still way harder if you have them all, but not all superiors. It is, therefore, mandatory to obtain all the aforementioned treasures before attempting this stage.
Strategy 1 (Cheese)
The goal of the strategy is to knockback Everlord Wanwan every time he starts to attack.
At the start of the match, spawn a Healer Cat. Spawn Awakened Bahamut Cat as soon as you have enough money. He should rush and knockback Wanwan once. Now spawn Manic Island Cat and Manic Eraser Cat to protect Bahamut from the peons. When Wanwan starts his attack, Sniper the Cat should knock him back and restart his attack animation. Once Sniper the Cat fires a shot, quickly spawn a Bullet Train Cat. This will knockback Wanwan again and restart his attack animation. The Healer Cat spawned at the start of the match should have arrived by now, and he will freeze Wanwan and make room for Bahamut to attack; and Sniper the Cat will fire another shot and stop Wanwan's attack. When you see nothing is attacking Wanwan and he's starting to attack, you can fire your Cat Cannon to stop his attack. With the help of Manic Island Cat, Wanwan should be dead and you can easily destroy the enemy base.
You have to be very mindful of Wanwan's warp ability here. His first two attacks do 15,000 damage each, followed by a 1,500 damage attack that warps cats for 66 seconds. With a deploy limit of 10 cats, you can't afford to have very many cats stuck in this warp at once. So, you either need cats with warp-blocking abilities, like Catellite, Can Can Cat, and Power Saw Cat, or you need cats with less than 31,500 health. If your non-warp-blocking cats have more than 31,500 health, they will tank Wanwan's attacks and be warped for 66 seconds. M. Eraser still only has 25,545 health at level 50, so this shouldn't be a problem with this strat. However, if your fast moving units like M. Lion, A. Bahamut, and Bullet Train Cat rush into Wanwan's range during his final attack, they'll only take 1,500 damage and get warped. This can happen with slower units too, but more likely with these faster units. So time your deploys to avoid this. If only one or two units get warped, it's still manageable.
At the beginning of the match, spawn a Can Can Cat. When Wanwan appears, spawn a cutter cat to help take out the first Relic Doge. Spawn another Can Can Cat when you can. You may get a chance to spawn A. Bahamut early on to get a few hits on Wanwan. The main goal is to survive all the waves of Capys, Sir Rels, and Croconators until Wanwan is basically by himself. So, when Capy is out, spawn Cutters and Can Cans; when Croconator is out, spawn M. Lion and Power Saw Cat; spawn other units when you can—again, being careful not to get warped. If you do this general strategy, you don't actually have to play perfectly and you should still be able to win.
There's a decent video of this strategy here. You'll see they make some mistakes, but the level is still beatable, which can be preferable over cheese strategies that require perfect timing.
- This stage is Merciless in BCJP, but is only Insane in BCEN.
- Interestingly enough, the Difficulty shown when opening up the info screen says "Merciless", implying the name may be a mistake.