|Dreadbloon: Armored Behemoth|
Dreadbloon: Armored Behemoth
|Debut||Bloons Monkey City|
|Appearance(s)||Bloons Monkey City|
Bloons Monkey City Mobile
Bloons Tower Defense 5 Mobile
Bloons Tower Defense 5 Steam
|Characteristics||Slow, Boss Bloon, M.O.A.B. Class Bloon, Creates a ceramic shield around itself, blimp itself made of lead.|
The Dreadbloon appears in a cave level with multiple folds on the track.
Properties & AbilitiesEdit
- The boss has the ability to 'grow' a yellow stone layer. It regains its stone armor for each boss HP level, regaining its shell a total of 4 times, including when it spawns. This stone armor can be hit by any type of attack. Despite its appearance as well as the sound effects given from damaging the stone layer, it does not have Ceramic properties, which is why things like Juggernauts and Spiked Balls do not do extra damage to them.
- When not under the stone layer, Dreadbloon has the ability of a lead bloon, and therefore is immune to sharp projectiles. Dreadbloon can be damaged by the engineer's lead popping foam, but only pops once per foam clump.
- Boss Bane does extra damage to its stone armor.
- Dreadbloon does not award cash for inflicting damage while the stone armor is active, as this is not part of the bloon. The same goes for ceramic bloons.
- This boss does not spawn any children bloons.
Health + RBEEdit
- When the boss is defeated, all other bloons will be dazed and popped that indicates that the mission is completed. This is also true for other bosses.
- In higher levels, the boss will regain a minor amount of its stone armor even when its health does not reach the skull milestone bars.
- The Super Monkey's Laser Vision does not do damage to the boss due to its lead properties, but the laser can pass through the boss, although a normal Lead Bloon cannot be pierced by lasers.
- It can be thought that the ceramic-like layer on the outside of this boss bloon is actually made of dirt or clay dug up from the ground, as the pre-battle image shows the armored behemoth drilling out from the ground, surrounded by dirt or the like. Also, Dreadbloon stops each time it regains its clay armor, when it is possibly digging dirt up from the ground and covering itself in it. During this time, the boss cannot take damage, so assassin spam will not work on the boss while it's regenerating.
- Due to the boss's low HP at Rounds 1, 2 and 3, Boss Blast can instantly kill Dreadbloon at those levels.
- In the Mobile version, tower abilities such as Absolute Zero and Pop and Awe can slow Dreadbloon down. Additionally, its size is not enough to reach spikes on parallel path portions.
- A single MOAB Assassin Ability is just enough to destroy non-clay-armored Dreadbloon Levels 1 to 3.
- Depleted Bloontonium Darts can damage Dreadbloon in the Flash and Mobile versions.
If the player loses, the player must pay some city cash to try again. The first attempt is free. The nth attempt costs (Dreadbloon Level) x 100 x (n-1) x (n-1). For example, your 5th attempt at level 3 Dreadbloon would cost 300x(5-1)x(5-1) or simply 4800. The player has 1 hour to defeat the boss otherwise the boss will flee and hide but it will return with full health after defeating another Bloon Beacon tile.