Floor 40 is the 40th floor of the Heavenly Tower.
- 1 Mystic Mask Yulala spawns as the boss after 10 seconds300f.
- Infinite Trolly Bloggers spawn after 30 seconds900f, delay 20~30 seconds600f~900f.
- Infinite Trolly Bloggers spawn after 90 seconds2,700f, delay 30~40 seconds900f~1,200f.
- Infinite Trolly Bloggers spawn after 150 seconds4,500f, delay 40~60 seconds1,200f~1,800f.
- Infinite Mr. Angels spawn after 60 seconds1,800f, delay 40~53.33 seconds1,200f~1,600f.
- Infinite Mr. Angels spawn after 120 seconds3,600f, delay 53.33~66.67 seconds1,600f~2,000f.
- Infinite Mr. Angels spawn after 180 seconds5,400f, delay 66.67~80 seconds2,000f~2,400f.
- Infinite Gabriels spawn after 100 seconds3,000f, delay 60~80 seconds1,800f~2,400f.
- When the base reaches 90% HP:
- 20 Mr. Angels spawn, delay 1.33~2 seconds40f~60f.
The showdown against Yulala is no doubt one of the hardest challenges the Heavenly Tower has to offer. Yulala moves faster than lightning, and has high attack power and an ability: a guaranteed chance to warp your Cats almost a quarter of the way backwards on the battlefield, rendering almost all useless against him.
Keeping Yulala stalled is critical. By constantly spawning Manic Mohawk Cats with perfect timing, Yulala can be held in place, but extreme caution must be taken, and countermeasures must be in place to ensure the peons don't kill the Mohawks before they can effectively stall Yulala. Warp Blocker Cats can be considered, but players should use Cats that can take multiple hits, such as Zamboney Cat.
Keeping Yulala slowed is another helpful way at controlling his pace across the battlefield. Glass Cat is very good for this, but players can also use Cyberpunk Cat and/or Assassinlan Pasalan, both of which outrange Yulala and can keep him slowed. The slow effect does not last without massive stacks of these Cats, however, so keeping Yulala in place is still critical.
Long-range, high-damage cats like Tesalan Pasalan and Ultima Galaxy Cosmo are very good for picking off Yulala's health bit by bit, as long as Yulala is stalled. Sniper the Cat and Sniper the Recruit can keep Yulala a safe distance away from closer-range hard-hitters, like Ganesha.
Also, take care to bring something for the Mr. Angel swarm at the end of the stage if your army doesn't seem fit to face that part. It is a horrid feeling to finally beat Yulala, only to lose to the peons, so it may be worth saving a slot for a midranger like Cameraman Cat or for a tank like Ramen Cat.
Glass Cat, Lone Cat and Kitten, Driller Cat and Supercat are all helpful here thanks to their anti-Traitless abilities. Glass and Lone Cat can further stall Yulala, and push him back further when True Formed. When True Formed, Macho Crystal Cat slows Yulala for 10 seconds, and his cooldown time is about 21 seconds. This means that the stalling required to kill Yulala is effectively halved. On his cooldown, Tourist Cat can aid your units by pushing Yulala while Glass is on cooldown. These greatly reduce the difficulty of Yulala, making his stage much more manageable.
If timed correctly, certain units such as Slime Cat and Teacher BearCat can deal insane amounts of damage to Yulala in seconds. Slime Cat in particular is extremely effective in getting rid of mass hordes of oncoming peons with its devastating Wave Attack nearly one-shotting the Gabriels at high levels.
Battle Items: Rich Cat (required), Cat CPU (recommend), Sniper the Cat (recommended)
Before you even enter the stage, level up your cats as high as possible, ESPECIALLY Bullet Train. If he is lower than Level 38, he will not be able to survive a Yulala hit, making the strat unusable. Level 50 is recommended, but 40-45 should work too.
When the level begins, turn off CPU and spam Manic Mohawk like you would normally. Summon Glass Cat as soon as Yulala appears, then Zamboney after reaching about 4,300¢. Keep spamming Manic Mohawk, then summon another Glass Cat and Zamboney after the first Trolly Blogger dies. Turn on CPU at about 9,000-10,000¢.
Sit back and maybe even get something to eat as this will take quite a while. Rest assured, however, that you will not run out of money at any point during the fight. CPU can spam Manic Mohawk perfectly, and the stage is in the bag once it is activated. Enjoy your tickets and your new Cat!
Strategy 2 (Cheese)
Cat Cannon: Breakerblast
The top row is dedicated to Freeze Up combos, and there is another slot you can use, perhaps for another unit or a 1-Slot Combo. The bottom row has the essential two units, Healer Cat CC and Tourist Cat, and it is highly recommend to bring Manic Eraser Cat or another solid spammable tank to keep the peons at bay. The last two slots should be dedicated to extremely high DPS units, preferably area attackers like A. Bahamut. Breakerblast is used when Yulala breaks free from being frozen.
It is vital that you successfully execute this strategy: the first two units you should send out are Tourist Cat and Healer Cat, but make sure Tourist Cat hits Yulala first. After the first successful freezing cycle, spam your Manic Erasers and save up for your attackers. Now just spam until Yulala is dead.
- Like Floor 30, this floor had a different enemy base before the introduction to Floors 41 and above.