- "Fully loaded!"
- "Bombards ground enemies dealing area damage."
A two-dwarf team is all that's necessary to work this large cannon. Its rudimentary design allows it to only handle the most basic ordnances.
It can be upgraded to a Dwarven Artillery at Level 2.
Tower Statistics (initial)
- Physical damage: 7-14
- Fire rate: 0.40 /second (very slow)
- Range: average
- Specials: none
- Level 1 build cost: 125
- Level 2 upgrade cost: 220
- Level 3 upgrade cost: 320
- Level 4 upgrade cost: 400 Big Bertha, 375 Tesla
- Total upgrade cost: 1065 Big Bertha, 1040 Tesla
Strengths and Weaknesses
Dwarven Bombards are strong against most ground-based enemies, even those with armor, because their splash damage ignores 50% of armor.. They are especially useful against hordes of Goblins, one Goblin can only take two hits from a Bombard, making them the cheapest yet effective option to counter these enemies (note this in the Ruins of Acaroth stage). The only units the Bombard is not effective against are Marauders (their health is too high), all air units, Dark Knights, and Dark Slayers.
However, it is not recommend to use them in later stages, due to their low damage output and long reload time, instead, they should be upgraded to Dwarven Artilleries as soon as possible.
- Want some, get some!
- Hail to the king, baby!
- Fully loaded!
- "Want some, get some" - A line spoken by the character Kirk Lazarus in the 2008 film Tropic Thunder.
- "Hail to the king, baby" - The final line spoken by the character Ash in the 1992 cult film Army Of Darkness, declaring himself to be a King in one way or another.