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Robo Rumble

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Brawl Stars | Events | Robo Rumble |

"Defend the safe from killer robots! The longer you defend, the better the reward!"

Robo Rumble is a special event that doesn't show up on the regular rotation, being available occasionally on weekends. Trophies can't be earned or lost on this event.

Content

  1. 1. Gameplay
  2. 2. Winning
  3. 3. Robot Types
    1. 3.1. Melee Robot
    2. 3.2. Shooter Robot
    3. 3.3. Mini Robot
    4. 3.4. Boss Robot
  4. 4. Strategies
  5. 5. Robot Stats
  6. 6. Levels

Gameplay

Brawl Stars | Events | Robo Rumble |

On this event, 3 Brawlers team up to protect a safe against waves of robots.

If a Brawler dies he will respawn in 8 seconds instead of regular 5.

Each wave spawns different types of robots and lasts 12 seconds. The wave with the Robot Boss lasts 24 seconds.

Brawl Stars | Events | Robo Rumble |

The first wave starts immediately and each new wave of robots starts 12 seconds after the prior wave began. The 5th wave, referred to as the boss wave, has a 24-second gap between it and the 6th wave instead. This results in 9 total waves with two "sets" of 4 waves of robots with different quantities and types.

If a robot is not killed in 90 seconds, the will become enraged and target only the safe.

Winning

The ultimate objective of the event is the protect the safe for 2 minutes. If you reach this mark, you win the match. If the robots destroy the safe, you lose.

Each time you win this match the difficulty increases.

Robot Types

Melee Robot

High health and fast attacking speed but short range and slow movement speed.

Shooter Robot

Moderate health, moderate movement speed, slow shooting speed but long-range.

Mini Robot

Low hitpoints, short-range, medium attacking speed but very fast movement speed.

Boss Robot

Very high hitpoints and damage. The boss robot has a melee attack and can shoot rockets, and one arrives every 7 waves. After a boss robot arrives, all robots after that have increased health and damage, and the “melee robots” will gain the ability to charge after the third boss.

Strategies

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Using "tanky" Brawlers is a good tactic. Pam, Bull and Frank are a good combination to reach 6:15 and get the maximum number of Tokens possible.
Tom 1 year ago
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It's always good to go after the Robot Boss as soon as he spawns so you can fight him far away from the safe, making sure he will not be able to shoot at the safe. Just be careful for the next wave, it might come before you destroy the Boss.
Tom 1 year ago

Robot Stats

Robot StatisticsNormalAngryFuriousEnraged
Melee Robot Health / Damage4800 / 2606800 / 47011000 / 60016200 / 730
Sniper Robot Health / Damage2000 / 6303600 / 11304600 / 14506700 / 1760
Mini Robot Health / Damage3000 / 4005400 / 7206900 / 92010080 / 1120
Boss Robot Health / Damage4500 / 6005500 / 6406500 / 680N/A
ColorGreyPurpleRedYellow

Levels

LevelRobot TypeBoss Type
NormalWave 1-7: NormalNormal Boss
Wave 8-9: Angry
HardWave 1-3: NormalAngry Boss
Wave 4-9: Angry
ExpertWave 1-2: NormalFurious Boss
Wave 6-9: Angry
Wave 3-5: Furious
MasterWave 1: NormalFurious Boss
Wave 2-3: Angry
Wave 4-6: Furious
Wave 7-9: Enraged
Insane - Insane IIWave 1: NormalFurious Boss
Wave 2: Angry
Wave 3-4: Furious
Wave 6-9: Enraged
Insane IIIWave 1: NormalFurious Boss
Wave 2: Angry
Wave 3: Furious
Wave 4-9: Enraged
Insane IV - Insane VWave 1-2: AngryFurious Boss
Wave 3: Furious
Wave 4-9: Enraged
Insane VI - Insane VIIWave 1: AngryFurious Boss
Wave 2-3: Furious
Wave 4-9: Enraged
Insane VIII - Insane XWave 1: AngryFurious Boss
Wave 2: Furious
Wave 3-9: Enraged
Insane XI - XIIWave 1-2: FuriousFurious Boss
Wave 3-9: Enraged
Insane XIII - XVIWave 1: FuriousFurious Boss
Wave 2-9: Enraged