Bloons TD6 is still going strong in 2023. Originally launched back in 2018 as the sixth installment in the series, the game continues to rake in a good amount of players with every major update. Developer Ninja Kiwi has been doing a damn amazing job at keeping the player base happy while also expanding the Bloons IP with more spin-off games. Now, since Bloons TD 6 has been there for almost half a decade, there is so much stuff about it that can overwhelm any newcomer to the game. That’s why this guide is here to help you with that. Let’s start with the Navarch of the Seas and how to get it in the Sandbox mode of BTD6.
Well, Navarch of the Seas is certainly one of the best paragons in the game right now. As such, players are always looking for ways to get it as fast as they can. However, if you didn’t already know, BTD6 offers various game modes, and some of them have restrictions regarding upgrades and such. So, if you are looking to get the Navarch of the Seas in the Sandbox mode of BTD6, consider reading till the end.
How to get & use Navarch of the Seas in Bloons TD6 (BTD6) Sandbox?
Well, for those who are unaware, Paragons are banned/disabled in Sandbox Mode of Bloons TD6 (BTD6), along with the Vengeful True Sun God. However, they are available for purchase in other game modes.
How to get?
The Navarch of the Seas is a Paragon for the Military-class tower, Monkey Buccaneer, that was introduced in Bloons TD6 in the 29.0 update. To get/unlock this upgrade in the game, players will first and foremost need to have at least one of each Monkey Buccaneer. Do note that they need to be Tier 5. You also need to purchase the Paragon upgrade for them. When you buy the Paragon upgrade, all Buccaneers will be consumed, and in return, you will get Navarch of the Seas. The NotS costs $467,500 on easy, $550,000 on medium, $594,000 on hard, and a staggering $660,000 on impoppable difficulty.
When to use?
Players are recommended to use NotS late-game or in freeplay, as it’s one of the best paragons for these situations. It’s especially great for water-based maps and is the most ideal paragon for them. Its utility is equally mitigated by the huge cost, but that can be taken care of by smartly dealing with early waves and saving the Navarch of the Seas for the Boss Bloons and late-game shenanigans.
Anyway, now you know everything about getting the Navarch of the Seas in BTD 6 Sandbox. For more guides like this, don’t forget to follow DigiStatement.
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