Roast Meat, Not Cities is the sixth and final stage in Rose-Colored Road.
- The enemy base here is a Surge Base.
- 1 Master A. spawns after 3.33 seconds100f.
- 1 Ursamajor spawns as the boss after 3.33 seconds100f.
- 1 Capy spawns as the boss after 6.67 seconds200f.
- 1 Bun Bun Symbiote spawns as the boss after 6.67 seconds200f.
- 1 R.Ost spawns as the boss after 6.67 seconds200f.
Luring enemies out of the Surge Base's range and closer to your own base really helps. Keep in mind that although the enemy limit is 3, the Surge Base counts as one so only 2 enemies can be present at once.
Strategy 1 (No Gacha)
The main threat of this stage is Bun Bun Symbiote's Wave Attack that can destroy your run if it happens at the right time. The Surge Base of a threat however, as it is ignorable if you lure.
- Ursamajor and Master A. spawn at the start. Spawn Macho Legs and a few meatshields until Ursamajor dies.
- Capy is next to appear. Meatshield during this time and save up for Doron. Doron's Surge should hit Master A. and knock him back. When that happens, Master A's new position will allow Golfers to be stacked as long as you protect them from Capy. You can also use Dancer Cat to deal some damage to Capy before the next phase.
- Bun Bun Symbiote appears. Spawn your other units, and start stacking Macho Legs and Li'l Macho Legs. The key here is to endure and kill Capy while keeping Bun Bun Symbiote away from your units. However, if Bun Bun Symbiote produced a Wave Attack during this time, it could be detrimental to your run.
- R.Ost is last to enter. During this final phase, focus on prioritizing Li'l Macho Legs as you want to clear out Bun Bun Symbiote as soon as possible. Your meatshields should halt R.Ost, especially with Jagando keep it in its place.
- With Jagando, R.Ost should die soon after leaving Bun Bun Symbiote and the Surge Base. Keep in mind that the Surge Base can cause quit a dent in your defences so play it safe and continue luring until the battle is over.
- Roast Meat, Not Cities' Japanese name, Grill the Meat but Don't Burn the Town, is a reference to "grill the meat but don't burn your home," a translation of a phrase from one of Bansankan's yakiniku sauce commercials.