|“||Ready, willing, and able!||”|
Description[edit | edit source]
Two Bastions initially appear in Campaign mode: one is active and fully upgraded, while the other is broken and requires 250 Gold to fix. The first one does not last long, as it is torched by a Gnoll Burner in wave 5, while the other stays during all three modes.
Bastions fire 2 razor stars that spin on the ground for 1 second, hitting enemies that walk over them. This potentially allows them to deal high area damage and clear foes very fast (especially when combined with a Barracks), but the first Bastion's early destruction and the second one's small coverage does limit their usefulness.
Bastions do not have a turret, meaning they can only fire in a fixed direction, though they have a small firing margin so that they can hit enemies more effectively.
Razor Stars[edit | edit source]
Sharpened razor stars deal more damage each.
|Level||Cost||Damage per Razor Star|
Strategy[edit | edit source]
The intact Bastion is yours for free for the first five waves, during this time it can kill most Gnolls coming from the bottom path; but afterwards it will be inevitably destroyed by a Gnoll Burner. Hence, it can be ignored tactically, as it is gone before the Blood Ogres appear.
The broken Bastion costs 250 gold to repair and can be upgraded twice, so its full cost is 650 gold. It is recommended to repair and upgrade this Bastion early on, so it can help dispatching Gnoll Gnawers and Ettins from the uppermost path. Use your units to stop enemies in its range for the tower to deal huge damage.
- With no upgrades, the Bastion can easily wipe out Gnoll Reavers and Gnoll Burners.
- With tier 1 upgrade, the Bastion can seriously cripple Gnoll Gnawers.
- With tier 2 upgrade, the Bastion can kill Gnoll Gnawers and wound Ettins.
Appearances[edit | edit source]
- "Ready, willing, and able!" (built)
- "Fire for effect!" (Razor Stars)
The Bastion only has spoken lines on the Android and Steam versions of the game. It is unknown why they are not present in the iOS version.
Gallery[edit | edit source]
|Towers • Kingdom Rush|
|Standard||Archer Tower • Marksmen Tower • Sharpshooter Tower • Rangers Hideout • Musketeer Garrison • Militia Barracks • Footmen Barracks • Knights Barracks • Holy Order • Barbarian Mead Hall • Mage Tower • Adept Tower • Wizard Tower • Arcane Wizard • Sorcerer Mage • Dwarven Bombard • Dwarven Artillery • Dwarven Howitzer • Big Bertha • Tesla x104|
|Special||Sylvan Elf Hall • Sasquatch • Sunray Tower|
|Towers • Kingdom Rush: Frontiers|
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|Special||Legion Archer • Mercenary Camp • SCUMM Bar • Pirate Cpt. • Spear Maiden • Dwarven Bastion • Dwarf Hall • Pirate Watchtower • Shrine of Regnos • Dark Forge|
|Towers • Kingdom Rush: Origins|
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|Special||Awok Hut • Gryphon Rider • Faery Dragon Aerie • Gnome Garden • Dragon Nest • Young Beresad • Renegade Post • Bastion|
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|Special||Troll Mercenaries • Spider Nest • Caravan|