Teacher BearCat is a Rare Cat that can be unlocked when beating the Advent Stage Bottom of the Swamp appearing on the 13th, 14th, 27th, and 28th of every month. True Form added in version 9.10 deals insane damage to Zombies and permanently kills them.
|Cat Unit # 531|
Evolves into Assassin BearCat at level 10.
Evolves to Cadaver BearCat when obtained from Water Conservancy (guaranteed to drop) and is level 20 or above.
- Deals insane damage to White enemies [Normal]
- Deals insane damage to Black enemies [Evolved]
- Deals insane damage to Zombie enemies [True]
- Zombie Killer [True]
- Fast movement speed [Evolved]
- Short attack animation
- Short recharge time
- High DPS
- Low range
- Low health
- Slow attack rate
This cat acts in a very similar way to Swordsman Cat, with short range, but an attacker purpose. He, however, trades off a good attack rate for Area Attack, making him more efficient against groups and a lot less against heavy pushers. Due to his targets and range, his use is limited to a few enemies and situations.
All forms are usable, so change form according to the situation.
Teacher BearCat works well against Long Distance enemies like Henry, but using the money investment for something that is guaranteed to reach the blind spot tends to be a better idea most of the time; besides that, sadly, his range makes his use difficult and limited to almost only strong peons: Kang Roo or Otta-smack-us, and Dolphina, which are pretty rare; despite this, he is still a spammable attacker with almost 14k DPS against White, so he may still help a little in some cases.
Assassin BearCat can deal with frozen enemies if paired with Bombercat or an alternative, or he can destroy Razorback quickly if stacked. A new problem emerges, however, which is competition, as Pizza Cat, despite costing more, tends to be far better thanks to bulkiness, range, boost from + levels and extra abilities with Talents. Assassin BearCat's near-50k damage is still a lot, however, and could still give this cat some use against Black, perhaps paired with Pizza Cat or against Tackeys. Luckily, Assassin BearCat can still be used as a replacement for Pizza Cat in 4-star Stories of Legends.
Cadaver BearCat works well at clearing the weaker peons, Zuche, Li'l Zyclone, Coffin Zoge and other Zombies such as Big Sal and Miss Haka. He can potentially deal huge damage to Zamelle, Cadaver Bear and Dread Bore, but only if they are frozen or greatly weakened. For the case of Zory, Zang Roo or Zir Zeal, it will require more timing in order for him to get a hit off. He can counter most of the same enemies as Li'l Flying Cat, except he doesn't outrange some of the stronger peons. He shines in his ability to hit Zombie peons when they're attempting to burrow, or to deliver insane amounts of damage in a single hit. A Li'l Flying Cat at 50+40 has to land three hits to deliver the same damage as a Cadaver BearCat at level 50. He also has twice its DPS and is far less expensive.
Cat Unit # 531
|Lead in the hit drama "The Trial of Teacher Bear".|
Smashes anyone who steals his spotlight.
|Production assistant on the set of "Teacher Bear".|
Obliterates anyone who stands in front of him.
|B-movie actor famous for "Bear of the Living Dead". Now he's so typecast that he can't get other work. Delivers Insane Area damage to Zombies.|
Cat Unit # 531
ネコックマ (Nekokkuma, Cat Bear)
|The lead role in the play "Forest Bear-sensei".|
Swings down his fist on anyone who steals his spotlight.
Deals extreme damage to enemies with no attributes (Area Attack)
ネコブラックマ (Nekoburakkuma, Cat Black Bear)
|Stagehand in the play "Forest Bear-sensei".|
He assassinates those who stand before him under the cover of darkness.
Deals extreme damage to Black enemies (Area Attack)
ネコックマンケン (Nekokkumanken, Cat Kumanken)
|演劇「もりのクマ先生 of THE END」の主役|
|The lead role in the play "Forest Bear-sensei of THE END",|
a B-class horror work in which the leading role of the previous installment revives as a zombie.
- Chapter 1: 440¢
- Chapter 2: 660¢
- Chapter 3: 880¢
|Total XP Cost||2,783,050|
- Level 30-49 upgrades cost Catseyes: 30-44 = 1 Catseye, 45-49 = 2 Catseyes
|Health||Attack Power||Attack Range||Attack Frequency||Movement Speed||Knockback||Attack animation||Recharge Time|
|800 HP||480 damage||140||3.03 seconds||10||2 times||6f
|13.67s - 4.87s|
|Health (Lv.30)||Attack Power (Lv.30)||Attack Type||Special Ability|
|13,600 HP||8,160 damage||Area Attack||Deals x5 damage to White Enemies|
|Health (Lv.30)||Attack Power (Lv.30)||Attack Range||Attack Frequency||Movement Speed||Knockback||Attack animation||Recharge Time|
|13,600 HP||8,160 damage||140||3.03 seconds||16||2 times||6f
|13.67s - 4.87s|
|Attack Type||Special Ability|
|Area Attack||Deals x5 damage to Black Enemies|
|Health (Lv.MAX)||Attack Power (Lv.MAX)||Attack Range||Attack Frequency||Movement Speed||Knockback||Attack animation||Recharge Time|
|13,600 HP||8,160 damage||140||3.03 seconds||10||2 times||6f
|13.67s - 4.87s|
|Lv.MAX||Attack Type||Special Ability|
|Lv.50||Area Attack||Deals x5 damage to Zombie Enemies
Zombie Killer (stops Zombies from reviving)
- *First stats are 1st form's initial, second and third stats include 300% Empire of Cats Treasures; recharge time may vary.
- *Time between attacks is the time from the attack's execution to the start of the next attack (includes backswing).
- *For units with multi-hit attacks, attack animation is the part of the animation leading up to the first hit.
- *Fruit Treasures not included.
- *See this section to calculate Teacher BearCat's stats.
- Normal Form: A Cat wearing a Teacher Bear costume.
- Evolved Form: Now wears an Assassin Bear costume instead.
- True Form: Now wears a Cadaver Bear costume instead.
|Related to Cat Units|
|Full Cat List • Cat Release Order • Special Abilities • True Form • Cat Capsule • Cat Combo • Upgrade Menu • Level-up • User Rank • Catseye • Catfruit • Talents • Talent Orbs|