Warrior's Dawn is the third stage in Sub-chapter 27, Body & Soul.
This stage is an exact copy of Chapter 3 Moon, but it has much higher and more intense strength magnifications.
Since this stage is a much harder version of Chapter 3 Moon, use similar strategies. However, the strength magnifications in this stage are 7 times higher than in Chapter 3 Moon! This gives the Bun Bun 2,799,972 health and 63,000 damage! That's more health and damage than the Crazed Cat!
Luckily, the support enemies are fairly weak. All you really need to do here is meatshield a lot. Bringing Cat CPU can help you with that. Just don't let Bun Bun touch your long-range attackers, and you should be fine.
Bring four meatshields (preferably cheap like crazed macho + crazed wall and mohawk and eraser, as everything will die in one hit to bun bun), jamiera cat, a big heavy damage attacker (like crazed bahamut or Divine Thundia), and a couple of anti floating units, (like sanzo cat) preferably ubers like Catman, Windy, and/or Megidora.
At the start, stall with just walls, and sending out jamiera to tank out the enemies and deal damage, while upgrading your wallet here and there. When a bunch of enemies start to stack up, make sure you have cash ready to get your normal attacker out to destroy the enemy stack, and, after that, start sending out everything, especially your anti floating units. Once Bun Bun comes out, try to make sure all of your meatshields are being sent out (Cat CPU can help, but is not necessary). Keep sending everything out, and, slowly but surely, your anti floating ubers should take out Bun Bun.
Strategy 2 (2 and 3 Star)
4 Meatshields (M.Mohawk, Macho Cat, Wall, C.Wall), Sanzo/Necro-Dancer, Cameraman, Manic Macho Legs, Crazed Bahamut, any Uber effective vs Floating (Sodom, REI, Windy), another backline uber/Ururun.
If King/Crazed Dragon are leveled enough, they can the place of the ubers.
Stall the Kang Roo and Sir Seal at the start. Use Bahamut to wipe them out, and use the money to summon AoE attackers, meatshields and your Uber/Ururun. Keep building up a stack, but hold off on Sanzo/Necro-Dancer until you come close to the base. You’ll have to start spamming evrything once the first enemies start spawning. Bun Bun will spawn shortly, and your meatshields should keep Mooth from killing your stack. CPU helps a lot here, but Sanzo should hold him back. Keep spamming your meatshields and sanzo first, then your mid-range attackers. Your stack should eventually kill Bun Bun. If he breaks through your stack, keep meatshielding and spamming your cats. Your uber(s) should be recharged soon after Bun Bun appears.
Strategie 3 (ft. Necromancer cat)
4 meatshields (stuff like eraser, c. Tank, mohawk and that type of stuff), cyborg/paris cat, necromancer cat, cameraman cat(ONLY true form), C. Dragon cat, C. Bahamut and ururun.
Battle items: CPU (required), rich cat (optional)
Begin the battle, turn off CPU and upgrade worker cat to 2-3. When kang roo comes near to your base start deploying Mohawk, Eraser and c. Tank. Start to stack dragons, paris/cyborg, necro and camera, don't forget to also upgrade the worker cat when you can. When you start to push, keep stalling till max worker, since kang roos, seals and other peons keep spawning, they should give you a bunch of cash. Spawn bahamut and ururun and turn on CPU when you have around: 6000 cash, you should be 3/4 at the enemie base. Once cat limit is max and CPU won't do anything, don't fret, the mooths, kang roos and peons will kill off some of your cats and push a bit, but your army will kill them eventually and hit the base. When bun bun comes out, hope that your RNG is good so necromancer will freeze bun bun once in a while (or if your really lucky, PERMAFREEZE). If ururun or/and bahamut die, they should be recharged soon and your ranges attackers will stall bun bun for a bit. With combined forces (of ranged attacker and gang), you'll slowly (but surely)kill bun bun.
If you fail, try leveling up your cats (I used 40 cyborg and normal cats, and 19 necromancer).
- The background of this stage is the same as The Moon in the first (deleted) version of Battle Cats as well as the current background for BCJP.