The Bouncer Blockade is a Squire or Countess defense. It knocks back and damages nearby enemies.

Bouncer Blockades have high health and deal moderate damage, for at a relatively low Defense Unit cost. It is useful for most situations that require an area to be blockaded; it can also be used to knock enemies off of edges or into other towers. Its low cost makes it helpful for soloing squires on the first wave of many levels.

Similar to the Spike Blockade, the Bouncer Blockade deals non-elemental damage to foes within its attack range. However, it repeatedly attempts to actively push away all adjacent foes. This makes it a cheap and great alternative to the Slice N Dice Blockade.


The main purpose of the Bouncer Blockade is to act as a physical barrier against enemies, often preventing or delaying them from reaching a player's Eternia Crystal. Players should place their Bouncer Blockades at chokepoints or in narrow spaces around the map. Ideally, one should place them around corners to minimise ranged attacks along direct line-of-sight.

The Bouncer Blockade's moderate melee attack range allows it to hit melee attackers before they reach it, effectively rendering it immune to small ground units such as Goblins and Orcs. When placed next to an Eternia Crystal, it can prove insanely useful as a last line of defense against flying Wyverns, temporarily interrupting their attacks by pushing them away.

For more strategic usage, Bouncer Blockades can be used to push and hold enemies at the bottom of a flight of stairs. This may prove effective when paired with stronger defenses such as the Bowling Ball Turret, where it's Bowling Balls benefit from the momentum gained from rolling down the stairs.

  • Advanced Bouncer Blockade Positioning - Tree of LifeGo to Tree of Life
  • Bouncer Blockade Positioning - Castle ArmoryGo to Castle Armory
A Harpoon Turret paired with Bouncer Blockades placed in front of it can maximise the potential of its penetrating projectiles, whilst positioning itself away from direct melee attacks.

On maps such as the Castle Armory and the Tree of Life, where walkways often have no fences protecting against environmental hazards (lava, spikes, falling off ledges),

Bouncer Blockades can be strategically placed to push enemies into these hazards, instantly killing them.


  • The Bouncer Blockade's attack range is always 3.25 and is unaffected by the builder's stats.

Upgrade Table

Level Health Damage Attack Rate (sec) Mana To Upgrade Mana Invested
Base 504 108 3.80 N/A 40
TowerUpgraded 1 859 217 2.82 100 140
TowerUpgraded 2 1210 335 2.36 200 340
TowerUpgraded 3 1791 549 1.94 400 740
TowerUpgraded 4 2418 803 1.66 700 1440
TowerUpgraded 5 3120 1109 1.46 1220 2660
  • Upgrading a hero defense increases its damage by 10% each level, and its health, lifespan or detonation count by 20% (a level 5 defense will deal 50% more damage and have 100% more health than a defense with no upgrades).
  • On the other hand, upgrading a hero defense will mean that it acts as if the Hero has a higher Defense Area of Effect and Defense Attack Rate. A level 1 turret gets a bonus of +2 to all stats, while a level 5 turret gets +36.
  • While the hero who summoned the tower is active, its damage is increased by 33% (PC).

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