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3. Kaiser Wilhelm: Bubble Brook

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Level Medal 1: Keep your Toybox above 80 Health

Level Medal 2: Kill 80 Units with your Hero.

As the level starts you will quickly notice that this is a, well, interesting battlefield... Lots of sunshine and dandelions!

As you begin to lay out your defenses note that there is a new special unit on the field - the Pegasus. This is a hero specific flying unit that you can take control of. Bear in mind that it also uses Batteries.

Before you begin laying out your defenses, note that there are multiple wave access points, so it makes more sense to lay in good defenses closer in to your Toybox at first, rather than out on the edges...

The best approach to this level is to simply play through it and do the best you can to defend while you experience the attack waves for the first time. That will give you a good idea of how this plays out, and the best strategies to use.

This is Kaiser's unlockable Heavy Air Unit (Bomber)
This is Kaiser's unlockable Heavy Air Unit (Bomber)

After you complete the first play through, you should unlock the Achievements Eye for an Eye (4g) Got 10 paybacks in a singleplayer or multi-player match, and Future Soldier (100g) Completed Phantom's Intro Campaign Mission.

You will also unlock the Hero StarBright.

With that first playthrough under your belt you have now experienced the five new enemy units, as well as gotten a strategic notion for the best ways to defend this particular battlefield. So with that in mind, the first real task should be to work towards unlocking the two Medals.

To accomplish that you need to kill 80 enemy units with your Hero - and survive the level with at least 80 health in your Toybox.

The first challenge is to kill 80 units with your Hero. You accomplish that by manning the turrets to get the Action Points to summon your Hero in the first place. Once you have the Hero summoned, note the location of the batteries - you want ot keep your Hero active for as long as it takes to get your 80 kills obviously.

Once you have unlocked both Medals - and that should be relatively easy all things considered, since half the battle is in the mix of turrets and understanding what is coming with each wave... That said though, you may find the following strategy very helpful...

Suggested Turret Layouts

Starting with defining the turret locations, facing the front (the bridge) and from left to right, they are:

  • Left Brook: Anti-Armor

  • Bridge Left: Anti-Armor

  • Bridge Right: Anti-Armor

  • Right Brook: MG

  • Brush Left: MG

  • Middle:MG

  • Left Square: Flak

  • Right Square: Bertha

  • Rear Square: Bertha

Using this layout we were able to ensure at least 99% Health every time!

The secret to getting high scores - and gold medals - is to be aggressive in every way. Short the timers as fast as you can, use the turrets to personally kill, and basically blitz the enemy into submission.

When you finish the follow-on play for this level you should also unlock the Achievement Maximum Power! (30g) Attach every upgrade to a turret.

This is Kaiser's unlockable Infantry Support Armored Unit
This is Kaiser's unlockable Infantry Support Armored Unit

Hero: Phantom

The only real difference with Phantom over The Kaiser is that Phantom's weapons are more effective. What that translates to in simple terms is an easier high score since you actually can get by with fewer turrets and less fully upgraded ones. Just saying.

In general that means you only need to place one of the Cannon (Satellite) and you can skip an Anti-Armor at the bridge and the one on the far-front right. You can actually get by with fewer than that if you want but that will mean personally manning turrets the while time.

The challenges for this Hero are not really challenges at all as long as you have good timing and spawn your Hero at the head of a few large waves of Infantry and then make good use of the batteries.

Hero: Star Bright

Considering that this particular level is a bit of a challenge due to it being a Star Bright level - that is to say that the attacking forces ARE the Star Bright forces - so you are basically defending against your own units - we found this to be surprisingly far easier when using Star Bright than with either of the previous two Heroes!

Seriously for some strange reason Star Bright actually has a significant advantage when she is attacking her own forces... As odd as that is, you can apply the same tactics that were used with The Kaiser and find it twice as easy to complete.

This is Kaiser's unlockable Boss Unit
This is Kaiser's unlockable Boss Unit

Hero: Darklord

You will be using the same strategy that we used for The Kaiser for this hero.

His weapons are not as robust in terms of dishing damage overall as that of Star Bright, but they are as strong and maybe - at least in the case of the Anti-Armor - a little bit stronger.

You may find that this hero is particularly challenged for doing the challenges / medals - which is why we don't recommend it. This one, specifically, is what you might call an acquired taste.

Hero: GI Joe Duke

This hero is basically a new and improved version of The Kaiser - which means you can follow the strategy from The Kaiser run-thru pretty much to the letter, though Duke will be a bit more effective both in damage dealing and defense.

Hero: GI Joe Cobra Enemy

The Cobra Hero uses the same strategy that you used for The Kaiser, having similar weapon platforms (though more modern).

If you are looking for the perfect hero to do the medal challenges, this is very likely the one. It certainly has an edge over all of the other Heroes, that is for sure. Particularly in terms of its anti-armor, which is Stinger Missile based.

Simply follow the strategy from The Kaiser section to complete the level.

Hero: He-Man

This hero is basically an energy-based version of The Kaiser - which means you can follow the strategy from The Kaiser run-thru pretty much to the letter, though He-Man will be a bit less effective both in damage dealing and defense.

Of course if you just want to play He-Man - you know, you have He-Man fantasies and such - well nobody is stopping you! Go for it!

Hero: Ezio

For the Ezio Hero you follow the standard strategy that is used by The Kaiser. Bear in mind though that the weaker attack and damage powers of Ezio's turrets means you will need to begin your attacks earlier and pay closer attention to how close you allow the enemy to get to your toybox.

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Aug 16th 2015 Guest
i cant sucsessfuly beat the final level, tried numerous strategies but my toybox gets overrun during the final wave against the boss, can anyone tell me the proper strategy to complete the level and defeat the boss?
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