|“||The Temple demands sacrifice. Its arsenal of unstoppable bloon destruction is enhanced and modified by the types of towers sacrificed. Use at your own peril.||”|
|~ BTD5 Description|
|“||The Temple demands a heavy price. All nearby towers will be sacrificed, enhancing the Temple's already awesome power in different ways. Proceed at your own risk.||”|
|~ Bloons TD 5 Mobile, when the player upgrades to the Temple|
Temple of the Monkey God, also known as the Sun God Temple, Temple of the Sun God, Monkey God Temple, Sun Temple, Monkey Temple, Temple, or ToTMG for short, is the final upgrade of the Super Monkey on Path 1. It is the most expensive upgrade in BTD5, costing $85,000 in Easy, $100,000 in Medium, $108,000 on Hard, $120,000 on Impoppable. When a Sun God is upgraded to a Monkey Temple, everything in the range of the Sun God will disappear and is sacrificed. If a Temple is in range of a Sun God when this upgrade is purchased, it will be sacrificed, but will not add any abilities other than blades.
The Temple of the Monkey God can be unlocked once the user reaches Rank 32 and when the player gets enough XP after the Robo Monkey is unlocked. The Temple can attack Camo Bloons regardless of upgrades or sacrifices. It is also best to place the Temple in a place where its huge range would not be wasted. There are 4 tiers of temple sacrifices, seen below.
Bomb: Reloads every 0.8 sec, fires 1/2/3/6 missiles, final tier has missiles acting like MOAB maulers.
Ice: Reloads every 2 sec, bloons freeze for 1.5/2/2/2.5 seconds upon contact, respectively. Pierce is 1000 for each.
Apprentice: Reloads every 1 sec, tiers 2 and 3 do 1 layer damage before blowing, tier 4 does 2. Pierce is 60/90/120/150 respectively.
Glue: Reloads every 5 sec, bloons pop by the glue in 2/1/0.5 seconds per layer. First tier does not have corroding glue.
Other towers: Reloads every 1.25 sec, tiers 1-2 have darts, 3-4 have blades. Pierce is 20/30/40/40 and layers stripped is 2/3/4/5, respectively. Only final tier can pop lead.
Plasma shoots every 0.1 second and has 50 pierce, but it strips 3 layers of bloon on contact.
- Main article: Temple of the Monkey God/Strategies
Sacrifices & Power EnhancementsEdit
- Main article: Temple of the Monkey God/Sacrifices
How to put Temples near each otherEdit
- A temple of any sacrificial and external (use of Monkey Villages) enhancements shoots a ray with limited piercing power. Simply put, a Temple's ray cannot always go through everything, just like how the Ray of Doom (4-2 Dartling Gun) has limited pierce.
- A Temple with no sacrifices is worse than a Sun God. If the player does not have anything to sacrifice, it is not worth the buy, because camo detection for the Super Monkey is even cheaper than the ToTMG upgrade itself.
- Even this is debatable, because as its spread is worse and it doesn't do as much damage to M.O.A.B. Class Bloons, it can break through Ceramic Bloons, and for that matter, other non M.O.A.B. classes more effectively. However, by the time you can afford one, it may be too late for that (unless the TOTMG is maxed. If the TOTMG is maxed, then it will become the second most powerful tower in the game, the TOTVM being the first.
- A Temple of the Monkey God cannot sacrifice a Wizard Lord or Monkey Town in their respective Special Missions for computer versions. It can sacrifice those towers on iOS, though.
- In Bloons TD5 Mobile, if the player upgrades to Temple of the Monkey God, the player is given an option if he/she can officially upgrade to it.
- The Temple of the Monkey God is the most expensive and largest upgrade in Bloons Tower Defense 5.
- A max Temple of the Monkey God is the most powerful tower in the whole Bloons Tower Defense series in terms of damage per second. On Bloons Monkey City and Bloons TD5 iOS (through the ability granted by a tier 4 Super Monkey Lair), it has even seen further improvement via upgrading into the Temple of the Vengeful Monkey.
- A Temple with a fourth tier Super Monkey Lair has an extremely large radius which covers almost whole screen.
- During its construction animation (before the head pops up), there is a picture of a skull on the Temple.
- All Special Agents apart from Bloonberry Bush can be sacrificed, but they only add a blade attack.
- If the player sells a Temple of the Monkey God before its construction animation is done, it will not disappear until the animation is finished.
- The strongest Temple is obtained by sacrifing $30,000 worth of each of these: Monkey Apprentices, Ice Towers, bomb or Mortar Towers, Glue Gunners, and any other towers.
- Placing a temple within a Monkey Village's radius will make the 'head' face left.
- The Bloons TD 5 Deluxe sunrays look more realistic, but they have no statistical change. In the Co-op Mode update in Bloons TD 5, the sunrays from BTD5 Deluxe were used.
- Only towers that have their centers within range of the Super Monkey will be sacrificed.
- Thus it is not advised to buy the range upgrades before upgrading to TOTMG, as any other towers' centers (does it include other TOTMGs?) within the upgraded range of the Super Monkey will be sacrificed.
- One maxed temple can stop a near-infinite stream of BFBs, and an infinite stream of anything lower.
- In Bloons TD 5 Mobile, temples used to be much weaker. This was fixed on version 1.2, so that the temples are now equal in power to the ones in Bloons TD 5 and Bloons TD 5 Deluxe.
- It is possible to sacrifice a Temple of the Monkey God for another Temple of the Monkey God, but doing so has little effect apart from the improving the sun ray and adding blades. Also, any sacrifices on the previous temple will NOT be added to the new temple, effectively wasting a sacrificed Temple of the Monkey God and the money used to sacrifice it.
- When the temple is built in Co-op Mode, it also sacrifices towers of the player's ally if they are in range.
- The upgrade button of this upgrade looks similar to the Monkey Temple track from Bloons Tower Defense 4 Expansion.
- Despite the Monkey Engineer and the Bloonchipper being powerful alone, when sacrificed, they only allow the T.O.T.M.G to shoot darts unless they are upgraded sufficiently, and enough are sacrificed.
- Golden Missiles fired from the Temple may target bloons that the Temple itself may not be targeting, if it can also be considered a target of the target priority, similarly to a Robo-Monkey or Technological Terror after an update.
- If you buy lots of Cash Injections on the first round you can get a T.O.T.M.G. However, this is expensive and requires 2000.
- If you do Regen Farming you can get a T.O.T.M.G on one of the sockets in The Crucible.
- The Sun God is the only Tier 3 tower that will add the blade volley to the Temple's arsenal rather than dart volley.
- On Brick Wall, it is possible to sacrifice almost the whole screen if many towers are put around it.
- When the super monkey is upgraded to the temple when it is on top of a pontoon, the temple will sink into the water as well as the pontoon, thus making the tower disappear from the game. The temple is too heavy for the pontoon to sustain its weight.
- When its ice hits the bloons, the ice explosion sound will make the pre-BTD5 ice tower's bloons freezing sound.
- In the Mobile Version, you can still technically upgrade the Temple, except as its 'weapons' by adding towers beneath it, like adding Technological Terrors on it to make it look like it has plasma cannons as arms and its additional arsenal for an instance.
- The Temple along with its augmentations can be still upgraded into an ultimately awesome tower by making an Overclocked Temple of the Vengeful Monkey (x/4 Engineer and Tier 4 Super Monkey Lair) with 2/4 Monkey Village activated. A Vengeful Temple with full sacrifice and buffs can launch rays of blades and barrage of sacrifice-based arsenals - a tower optimum to make in tough rounds.
- In BTD5 Mobile and steam, when a temple sacrifices, it will damage bloons around it.
- When the Super Monkey sacrifices the Sentry Gun, nothing will happen because those guns worth $0.
- When the round ends, the temples that attacks the last will have yellow auras on their eyes.
- Upon agreeing to sacrifice all towers and eventually make a Temple, it will often release a pulse of blades and other projectiles when bloons are present in a map.
- Most fans of the Bloons TD series would call it by its initials (TOTMG) in a way that sounds like a word (i.e. pronounced as TOT-ih-mig).