King Wahwah (Japanese: チワワン伯爵Chiwawan hakushaku, Lit. "Count Chiwawan") is an enemy introduced in the stage N-1 Grand Prix (Deadly).
Essentially a weaker Cat God, King Wahwah moves slowly with a large range and hit radius with a 100% knockback ability. He has a lot of knockbacks, which can be helpful or annoying depending on the situation. The main problem is the restrictions (Normal and Uber Rare only) that are in place in his debut stage.
Born in Year 1196 of the cosmic calendar, he earned a crown through his military service and advancement of the sciences. Annoyed that his kid brother is more famous for a reality show.
Mohawk and Eraser are your only meatshields. Mohawk Cat may be replaced if your Eraser is high-leveled. Lion Cat can be used to keep Wahwah at bay because of his numerous knockbacks. Island Cat can be used as a tank along with Jamiera to attack Wahwah. Quick attackers such as The Peach Angels or Yukimura should be used to chip off Wahwah. Tanky Ubers, especially those who resist knockback (Shadow Gao, Divine Kai and God-Emperor Sodom), should be used as the main attackers. However, the peons may easily kill these cats, so be sure to send them only when Wahwah is alone/without the support Kang Roos.
Time between attacks
600 (Area Attack)
Multi-hit attack (8,000 at 39f, 8,000 at 69f, 8,000 at 98f)
Knocks back all Cat Units (100%)
Omni Strike (Effective range: -500~1000)
*In each stage, there is strength magnification, the value of health and attack power varies due to this value.
*Time between attacks is the time of the attack motion end until the next attack motion start.
King Wahwah's reality TV star brother may be a reference to Mistress Celeboodle's description, which mentions that she married a chihuahua reality star.
It can be inferred that the two dogs pulling King Wahwah’s chariot are a more haggard Dagshund and Mistress Celeboodle. Note the bandana worn by the frontmost dog (the bunny ears, if you can't see it), and the wig and tufts of hair on the rearmost dog.
His name is a play on the word "chihuahua".
His Japanese name, Count Chiwawan, is a portmanteau of chiwawa, meaning chihuahua, and wan, the onomatopoeia for a dog's bark.