- Gabriel appears as a peon.
- Heavenly Hippoe appears as support.
- Divine Cyclone appears for the first time as a boss once the base is hit.
- There is also an Angel Fanboy, which appears during the boss fight to remind the player that the Divine Cyclone is immune to anti-Floating effects.
Due to Divine Cyclone's high attack and lack of knockbacks, the use of anti-angel Cats with slow, freeze or knockback abilities is mandatory. Ubers such as Princess Kaguya or Momotaro can trivialize the stage, but, if not using ubers, one must rely on Stilts Cat or the 2 Super Rares that target angels instead. The Grateful Crane's base form with its fast attack speed and good knockback chance is incredibly effective in tandem with Stilts Cat.
With Stilts Cat, this stage becomes easy, although slightly unreliable, as Stilts Cat can stun-lock Divine Cyclone into never getting an attack. Therefore, heavily spam Stilts Cats while sending out meatshields, Paris and Bahamut Cat as needed.
Strategy 2 (Cheese)
Professor Cat Jobs’ range is higher than Divine Cyclone’s range, so if you use Professor Cat Jobs to weaken Divine Cyclone, it is powerless against Ramen Cats. It will only do 1% of its damage, and it will be permanently weakened thanks to your weaken combo. After it is weakened, use any high DPS cats such as A. Bahamut, Kalisa, etc.
Lineup: Sanzo Cat with Angel Target talent, any high DPS cats.
Sanzo's angel target makes this stage a complete joke. Every single enemy here are short ranged angel enemies (excluding Angel Fanboy), meaning stacking up Sanzo can permanently slow everything in the level. It's basically a free win from there, spam your high DPS cats to kill the cyclone quickly.
Sanzo's survive talent works well here too, in case your cats aren't very strong and Divine Cyclone is able to reach your Sanzo stack through the permaslow.
- Oncoming Maelstrom was the first level added to the game to contain Angel enemies.