Realm of Whyworry (帝政エイジャナイカ Teisei Eijanaika, Imperial Eijanaika) is the 24th sub-chapter of Uncanny Legends, and the 73rd sub-chapter overall. It was introduced in Version 9.5, and is currently only available up to 1★ difficulty.
This sub-chapter introduces one new enemy:
- St. Dober: A short-ranged Angel enemy with a large health pool, attacks that reach past his target and a 1 in 3 chance to cause a powerful Surge Attack.
List of Stages
|Stage number & cost||Stage name||Description|
|2-24-1||Authority and Gravity (権力と万有引力, Kenryoku to Ban'yū Inryoku, Authority and Universal Gravitation)||Safe and Not Sorry with higher strength magnifications and Kory.|
|2-24-2||Slave to Energy (エナジー奴隷, Enajī Dorei, Energy Slave)||Claustronyctophobia with higher magnifications, Two Can instead of H. Nah and THE SLOTH instead of The Face.|
|2-24-3||Raise Your Torches (民の手の松明, Min no Te no Taimatsu, Torches in the People's Hands)||This stage mirrors Red Alert, but with Aliens instead of Red Enemies; Galactic Overseer Nyandam is the boss, and several other Aliens act as support.|
|2-24-4||Despotism at Home (アットホーム恐怖政治, Attohōmu Kyōfu Seiji, Despotism at Home)||Underground with stronger Bun Buns and the support replaced with Big Sal, Owlbrows and Pigeons de Sable.|
|2-24-5||Unauthorized Breathing (無断呼吸禁止法, Mudan Kokyū Kinshi-hō, Unauthorized Breathing Prohibition Law)||Another stage that somewhat resembles Red Alert, this time featuring Zombie Enemies, including Lord Gravey as the boss, Zamelle, Zang Roos and some other Zombies as peons.|
|2-24-6||Bare Fangs at the Throne (玉座に牙むく群衆, Gyokuza ni Kiba Muku Gunshū, Fangs, Fur and a Mob at the Throne[?])||The debut stage of St. Dober, featuring him as a boss, with Othom and Chickful A as support and some Relic and Angel enemies as peons.|
Material Drop Rates
- The Japanese name of this sub-chapter, and possibly the sub-chapter as a whole, is a reference to ee ja nai ka (ええじゃないか, "Why not?), a complex of celebrations and festivities commonly understood as a form of political protest, which occurred in many parts of Japan from June 1867 to May 1868.