Can we agree Improved Beehives are overpowered damage sponges 🧽

:honeybee:

If you line your pad with certain items you can absorb bombs and impede the movement of invaders. Improved Beehives are buzzily stupidly annoying but probably useful vs raids. The guy busts into my brick palace yet he can’t get past until he smashes the palisade of wood and bee-snot structures, 50k HP each.


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That’s easy, send an army of Winnie Pooh bears to eat it all first :smiley:

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Omg, I smell a new defense exploit… Beehive stacking :rofl::rofl::rofl:.
This will be the far most annoying exploit ever.
The funniest thing is to be actually work as a defense line, like when an enemy appears the bees would go out of the beehive and attack. Omg, this would be the new pvp defense meta

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Drawbridges (200k HP) vs Gates (75k HP) is another story similar to this…

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Yes but drawbridge requires more creativity on your builds. So I believe that this alone is a good motivation to build better in pvp.
It is so common to witness square monsters in pvp builds, totally not creative or beautiful.
I do understand that all you need is a strong base that you can protect. Yet I believe that the game requires rooftops that you slip, you cannot place either bombs or climb on them.
This would chance a lot on pvp builds.
Most of my bases in pvp were raided from the roof.

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Since the beehives automatically produce honey and apply buzzing and bugs flying around it, I suspect that it would quickly fall under ‘impacting server performance’.

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Count on it :+1:t6:

You can repair drawbridges/gate frames ez vs trebuchets.

Everything else is just bad vs trebuchets.

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Yep bro totally. One time I lined my base with them top to bottom, inside walls, floors, roofs. Noise was horrendous but I had plenty of guys on the server saying it was near impossible to bomb your way in…

Way overpowered lol

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Honeycombing your fortress. Literally.:grin:

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In the walls too? That sounds horrific! :grinning_face_with_smiling_eyes:

The buzzing alone would drive me spare.

On the plus side, you’d never need honey ever again.

Lol umm…yeah, felt like Whinnie the Poo just swimming in all that honey!

Not sure if deliberate, but you seem to have misplaced that “h”. Here, lemme help you:
Winnie the Pooh.
While the original name is weird to begin with (yes I realize it’s old), losing that “h” off the end doesn’t exactly help things!

This post was brought to you by a member of Pedantics Anonymous. Which, I pedantically must add, is extra silly considering I’m not exactly posting anonymously!

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It’s spelled “let me”…

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welcome to P.A.!

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You didn’t capitalize “Welcome”.

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That’s the spirit!

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This reminds me of the never-ending argument in Private Eye over exactly where the apostrophe belongs in their regular column Pedants’ Corner (or Pedant’s Corner, or Pedants Corner or…)

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Lol so I’ve just talked about a legitimate poo wandering around called Whinnie??

Well that’s a lasting image…

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Well it could be illegitimate poo… a poo birthed out of wedlock.

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