BTD6 | How to use ? | Ultra-Juggernaut

In this video I try to explain how to use the ultra-juggernaut, what are its positive and negative points and how to place it in each map.

⚠️Some information may have been forgotten, feel free to add them in the comments and give me your opinion on this new type of video.

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🕒 Timestamps :

00:11 : Positive points
00:27 : Negative points
00:34 : How to place the tower ?

00:45 : Monkey meadow
02:10 : Tree stump
03:44 : Town center
05:11 : Alpine Run
06:49 : Frozen over
08:16 : In the loop
09:49 : Cubism
11:23 : Four circles
12:48 : Hedge
14:06 : End of the road
15:30 : Logs
16:50 : Spring spring
17:51 : Kartsndarts
19:18 : Moon landing
20:34 : Haunted
21:30 : Downstream
22:51 : Firing range
23:41 : Cracked
25:08 : Streambed
26:30 : Chutes
27:52 : Rake
29:12 : Spice islands
30:33 : Pat’s pond
31:28 : Peninsula
32:19 : High finance
34:45 : Another brick
35:55 : Off the coast
37:07 : Cornfield
38:19 : Underground
39:11 : Quad (Ultra-juggernaut is too weak on this map)
39:20 : Dark castle
40:06 : Muddy puddles (Too weak on this map)
40:14 : #Ouch (Too weak on this map)

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🎵 Musics :

Ehrling – Sax

🎵 Outro :

Two Feet – Go F*ck Yourself

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Bloons TD6 – v10.1.1515
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