"Honor to serve."
The Bladesinger Hall is an advanced Melee Tower that appears in Kingdom Rush: Origins. It is first made available in the level Royal Gardens. Bladesingers are armored like the Paladins in addition they attack faster than Assassins.
"Warrior monks that take combat as an artform where perfection is just the beginning."
Gives chance of becoming invulnerable for 2 seconds.
Increases Bladesingers' attack damage and attack speed.
- Level 1 (300 Gold): +5 attack damage, +20% attack speed.
Special maneuver that slashes many times dealing damage.
- Level 1 (250 Gold): 2 times, 20-35 damage
- Level 2 (250 Gold): 3 times, 35-47 damage
- Level 3 (250 Gold): 4 times, 40-56 damage
- The Bladesinger Hall does not have any ranged attacks, unlike its previous levels, the Warden Barrack and the Ranger Barrack. As a result, make sure you have towers capable of attacking enemies that are capable of flying, or purposely stay out of range, to provide cover for the Bladesingers.
- While Perfect Parry allows the Bladesingers to soak up damage while it is active, the Bladesingers are still not exceptionally durable. Thus, it is recommended to avoid overwhelming them with too many strong enemies, and support them with towers, as well as Forest Keepers to heal the Bladesingers while they fight.
- If you intend to let your Bladesingers face waves of small foes, it is advised to upgrade Blade Dance first, before other skills. Blade Dance allows the Bladesingers to kill off lesser foes before they reach melee range, to thin out the horde pressuring on your choke points. Remember, EACH bladesinger performs Blade Dance, so in reality, 6, 9, or 12 attacks are done depending on upgrade purchases.
- Honour to serve!
- A red sun rises.
- A song of death.
- Let's dance!
- "A red sun rises" is a quote used by Legolas in the movie The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers.
- "A Song of Death" is a musical composition, usually an existing pop culture song, used throughout each film of the Final Destination series to foreshadow Death.
- "Shapeless, like water" is quote used by the legend martial artist Bruce Lee during his interview with Canadian journalist Pierre Berton in 1971.