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Backwater Camp
Backwater Camp
Mission Type Challenge Quest
Stamina Cost 2
EXP 30
Base Gold (3★ Gold) 300 (450)
Life 3
Initial Unit Points 10
Deployed Unit Limit 5
Number of Enemies 18
Special Conditions No Healers
Prerequisite Womens Battle
Unlocks A Gigantic Enemy
 
 
No healers allowed.
Survive through these
difficult conditions!
 

 

Backwater Camp (背水の陣) is the nineteenth Challenge Quest. As healers cannot be deployed in this mission, there are two general strategies available to the player: rely on the DPS of ranged units, or rely on switching out a melee unit just before they lose all their HP.

For the purposes of this challenge (and other "No Healers" maps), units from healing classes are restricted: Healers, Shamans, Dragon Shamans, Bishops, Priest Warriors, Feng Shui Users, Druids, and Dark Priests.. Other units are okay, even if they have skills or abilities with healing properties.

Enemies Edit

Enemy Unit
Type
Attack
Type
HP ATK DEF
MR
Attack
Speed
MOV
UP
Notes
Goblin Soldier
Goblin Soldier ×8
Melee
Goblin
Physical 640 140 0 101
Initial: 12
700
1 UP
Gargoyle
Gargoyle ×8
Flying - 640 - 40 - 650
1 UP
Does not attack.
Living Armor Sprite
Living Armor ×2
Melee
Armored
Physical 2800 400 200 127
Initial: 24
450
1 UP

Drops Edit

Drop
Bouquet Icon
Bouquet
Crystal Icon
Crystal
Nina Icon
Nina
Number of Drops 2 1 1
Drop Rate 70% 60% 50%

Strategy Edit

This map has the gimmick that you are unable to deploy units that mainly focus on healing. Place Soma on the right center landmass under the tree (spot O). Afterward wait until you have enough UP to place Katie on the lower intersecting road (spot H), then place Cloris above the tree by Soma (spot N). Katie's skill should be ready so use it and withdraw her to bring in Valerie on the upper left land mass close to the center (spot L). When you have enough UP place Leeanne where Katie was then Calliope later on the piece of land near Leeanne (spot P).

Trivia Edit

  • The original Japanese name for this mission, 背水の陣 (haisui no jin, "a battle formation with water to the back") is an expression referencing the famous Chinese military general Han Xin, where in one of his battles he intentionally fought with his soldiers' backs to a river, cutting off their own retreat and thus committing themselves to destroy the opposition to survive. It is equivalent to the English saying "fighting with one's back to the wall". No relation to any of the three current senses of the English word "backwater".
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