Hey there guys, do you feel like chicken tonight, chicken tonight!!!
With Phase 4 of the Kung Pow Quahog Event in full swing I thought I’d drop by with a post on defeating Killer Kung Pow Giant Chicken, in the hope it will stop you from getting your feathers in a flap over him.
In this post I will go over the Basics of the Killer Kung Pow Giant Chicken fight, in order to try to help you as you will need to defeat him 8 times to unlock the Kung Pow Giant Chicken character costume, (and of course if you don’t have him already you get Giant Chicken thrown in too) and once to complete the main Questline Pt. 8, completing this isn’t necessary as it’s the final phase but I know some of you are completepionists and like to do so. Be aware that you won’t get credit for any defeats before you reach Pt. 8, you need to defeat him when this part of the Questline is active in order for the task to complete.
Now this post will give as much detail as I can give in the time I had to get this posted in order to be of any help, you need to be attacking now to have any chance at the costume, and I just don’t have the time to give the odds for every combo of fighters this time as there are way too many variables and too little time, but I hope the examples I give will at least guide you to making the right decision based on the fighters you have. In other words this has been a nightmare to write. It’s no wonder I’m reaching for a headache patch, lol.
You’ll find a post that will be updated each Phase to include our Foes and who can fight them HERE.
WHEN WILL KILLER KUNG POW GIANT CHICKEN APPEAR?
Killer Kung Pow Giant Chicken will appear within a few hours of you starting Takin’ It To The Streets Pt. 3.
Tapping GO will bring up the information box for Killer Kung Pow Giant Chicken.
Once you’ve done this keep checking your event area as this is where you will see Killer Kung Pow Giant Chicken start to show off his battle moves, and be aware his 24 hour timer starts as soon as you see him in your game, not after the first attack like it did with Kung Pow Giant Chicken.
WHAT DO I NEED TO START A BATTLE?
First, you will need to collect Rotten Eggs, each attack costs 1 Rotten Egg.
Rotten Eggs (Always): Get from Clearing Sensei, Clearing Samurai & Clearing Sumo
If you do NOT have the amount of Rotten Eggs required, you will see “NEED MORE ROTTEN EGGS” on the Battle screen no matter what Character you select.
Once you have 2 Rotten Eggs, then “FIGHT” will appear once you select your Character/Characters.
HOW DO I SELECT A CHARACTER TO FIGHT KILLER KUNG POW GIANT CHICKEN?
Just tap on Killer Kung Pow Giant Chicken in the battle arena, now when the Battle Screen appears you will immediately see on the positive side you can use up to 3 fighters to attack Killer Kung Pow Chicken during an attack, but on the downside you will see he’s not only much stronger than the other foes but he also packs a very powerful punch. His Health =48 and his Attack Power = 1000. Ouch, Double Ouch and Triple Ouch!!!
Tap on + to add the Character/Characters you want to use for the current Battle and a check mark will appear on them. If you want just one, that is fine, although I don’t recommend it as you will see in my battle advice below. Then tap on “GO” to take you back to Battle Screen. (If you see a lock on the Character, you do not have them available)
Also remember a character cannot battle whilst busy doing another task. They can however do tasks between battles or whilst healing.
WHAT CHARACTERS CAN FIGHT KUNG POW GIANT CHICKEN?
The Characters you can use will depend on WHO you have purchased or unlocked…
Dojo Peter: Health 8, Attack Power 4, Critical Hit Chance 20, Heals in 7 hours
Samurai Quagmire: Health 4, Attack Power 6, Critical Hit Chance 20, Heals in 3 hours
Sumo Chris: Health 6, Attack Power 8, Critical Hit Chance 20, Heals in 9 hours.
Sho’Nuff: Health 4, Attack Power 16, Critical Hit Chance 20, Heals in 5 hours.
Walking Joe: Health 8, Attack Power 14, Critical Hit Chance 50, Heals in 7 hours.
Kung Fu Herbert: Health 6, Attack Power 8, Critical Hit Chance 20, Heals in 9 hours.
Yogi Fighter Brian: Health 4, Attack Power 6, Critical Hit Chance 25, Heals in 3 hours.
Tai-Jitsu Lois: Health 8, Attack Power 6, Critical Hit Chance 25, Heals in 7 hours.
WHAT IS HEALTH, ATTACK POWER AND CRITICAL HIT?
Health – The amount of damage you can take before you’re knocked out.
Attack Power – The standard damage you can do to your opponents health during an attack.
Critical Hit Chance– The higher the number the higher the odds of you doing a critical hit to your opponent. These are random, basically look at it like a lucky strike where you do more damage than your standard. These work on chance, you have no control over them, so really don’t think about it too much. Just know that it means you can knockout an opponent with one hit, but on the downside they can also do the same to you.
Now their Health and/or Attack Power it takes to defeat villans may change as the Event progresses, as we may see new villains to battle, as of know I am not sure on this… but we will have to see what happens as the Event progresses.
HOW MANY CHARACTERS DO I NEED TO FIGHT KILLER KUNG POW GIANT CHICKEN?
Technically you can fight with only one but for any single fighter other than Sho’nuff you’re going find it tough to defeat him 8 times, although not impossible if you want to give up your sleep and have a stockpile of Rotten Eggs & Revive Potions, which is unlikely. This is because there is a big difference from the Mr Washee Washee and Mr Miyagi Battles, with these you could chip away at their health at your leisure, taking days to fully defeat them but you can’t do this with Killer Kung Pow Chicken as a timer starts as soon as you see him in the battle arena, giving you only 24 hours to fully defeat him before his health is fully restored. This is different from Kung Pow Giant Chicken as his timer didn’t start until you attacked him. I will explain this better when I go into attacks later in this post.
But if you’ve not purchased any premium fighters, don’t panic as you can defeat Killer Kung Pow Giant Chicken without them but be aware you will need to do multiple attacks to win unless you strike it lucky with a critical hit, which I think is very unlikely. If you get one please tell us in the comments. So with this in mind before you even think about attacking him make sure you’ve stocked up on Rotten Eggs.
Now that you have the Basics, let’s look at a fight so you can see how things go down.
KILLER KUNG FU GIANT CHICKEN
Look in your Event area and you will see him strutting his stuff in the battle arena.
Tap on him and you will see the Battle Screen, here you will see….
- How much Damage he can Inflict on your Character (fist) – 1000
- How much Damage it will take to Defeat him (health bar) – 48
- How much Damage you can inflict on him (fist) – 4
- How much Damage it will take to defeat you (health bar) – 8
- The chance of a Critical Hit on him
- The amount of Rotten Eggs you need to fight – 1
- The rewards you will get for defeating Killer Kung Pow Giant Chicken
- The 24hr Timer counting down
BATTLING KILLER KUNG POW GIANT CHICKEN
Now I’m going to chat more about battling Killer Kung Pow Giant Chicken, what follows is just my thoughts, you can of course ignore my advice and plot your own battle but I’m going highlight why you shouldn’t go with one fighter if you can avoid it. You really need to try to stick with a combo of fighters for this foe if you can unless you willing to play round the clock.
And remember you will only have 24 hours to fully defeat him before his health restores. You will see the timer above him in the event arena counting down.
ATTACKING WITH ONE FIGHTER
So if you look at the image above where you only use Dojo Peter, you have no chance as Dojo Peter can only inflict 4 Damage with each attack and it will take 48 damage to defeat Killer Kung Pow Giant Chicken. And the odds are just as bad with regards your health, you only have 8 to Killer Kung Pow Giant Chicken’s 48. Killer Kung Pow Giant Chicken can wipe out your health with one attack. So basically you’re attack power and health isn’t going see you win the battle any time soon as you’d need to attack 12 times to fully deplete his health, and this means healing 11 times, at 7hrs to heal, that’s 77 hours, so impossible within the 24 hours unless you want to spend one helluva lot of revive potions or clams to defeat him. Also remember you’d need 12 Rotten Eggs as well and you’ve got defeat him 8 times to get the 8 feathers. So that’s an example of why you should forget it when it comes to Dojo Peter, but what about the others, well what follows is very quick breakdown of who maybe can and who can’t do it alone.
Sho’nuff – Ok, this is the great hope if you want to go it alone, (but in my opinion you’d be crazy not to combo him). He can do 16 damage, so he would only need to attack 3 times to knockout Killer Kung Pow Giant Chicken. He needs to heal twice though with a 9 hours heal time, so 18 hours healing time total. And you’d need 3 Rotten Eggs. So this can be done as long as you have at least 18 hours attack time left when you first attack.
But as most won’t have him can any other fighter do it alone? Well yes, here’s a freemium and premium option.
Samurai Quagmire OR Yogi Fighter Brian – either can do it but it’s going be tough and see your sleep disrupted. Either character alone can do 6 damage, so you would need to attack 8 times to knockout Killer Kung Pow Giant Chicken. Your fighter would also need to heal seven times but with a 3 hours heal time it’s possible, so 21 hours healing time. But a big negative is you’d need 8 Rotten Eggs to complete the 8 attacks. So this can be done as long as you have at least 21 hours attack time left when you first attack. But think of the Rotten Eggs you’d need to do this over and over again, as to get 8 feathers you need 8 defeats.
The other fighters just can’t do it alone, Kung Fu Herbert would need to attack 6 times, which means healing 5 times at 9 hours each time, 45 hours just on healing so he would have timed out before you can even defeat him once. Walking Joe would need to attack 12 times, which means healing 11 times at 7 hours each time, 77 hours just on healing so he would have timed out before you even defeat him once. Sumo Chris would need to attack 6 times, which means healing 5 times at 9 hours each time, 45 hours just on healing so he’d have timed out before you could even defeat him once. Tai-Jitsu Lois would need to attack 6 times, which means healing 5 times at 7 hours each time, 35 hours just on healing so she’d have timed out before you could even defeat him once. So as you can see all hopeless unless you want to go bankrupt spending money on revive potion or clams. So please don’t waste Rotten Eggs attempting these.
ATTACKING WITH A COMBO OF FIGHTERS
Obviously you increase your chances of defeating Killer Kung Pow Giant Chicken by using more than one fighter in the battles. You can battle with 2 or 3 characters and you’ll see the benefits of these choices below. But I’m going be honest I don’t have the time to go through every combination, there’s just too many fighters and variables, but I hope by showing you examples you can then make up the best combo from the fighters you have at your disposable,
Let’s say you have Sho’nuf, well combine him with any other fighter and your odds are good, but what about other 2 fighter combos. Are there any good bets?
Yes there are and hers a few examples:
Sumo Chris & Kung Fu Herbert – Combined attack of 16, so three attacks needed, they need to heal twice at 9 hours to heal, so 18 hours total time to complete the 3 attacks. And just 3 Rotten Eggs. A good duo if you have them but they take a long time to complete the defeat, however they don’t use up a lot of Rotten Eggs.
Samurai Quagmire & Yogi Fighter Brian – Combined attack of 12, so four attacks needed, they need to heal three times at 3 hours to heal, so 9 hours total time to complete the 4 attacks. But you’ll need 4 Rotten Eggs. Another good duo if you have them, they can defeat him quicker at only a slightly higher cost in Rotten Eggs.
For a freemium two fighter combo, let’s take Dojo Peter & Samurai Quagmire – now this is where it gets tougher as it’s going take time and 6 Rotten Eggs, you can see how it’s going be hard with only freemium fighters. For this to work there must be at least 17 hours left on the timer when you start. You’d need battle as follows:
- Send both in to fight with combined damage of 10
- After 3 hours Samurai Quagmire will heal, send him in alone for damage of 6
- After 7 hours from first attack Peter will be healed so send both in to fight with combined damage of 10
- After another 3 hours Samurai Quagmire will heal, send him in alone for damage of 6
- After 7 hours from second attack Peter will be healed so send both in to fight with combined damage of 10
- After another 3 hours Samurai Quagmire will heal, send him in alone for damage of 6
Here you can see it’s going to take 17 hours and 6 Rotten Eggs, and sleep disruption. I also have to be honest and say impossible to do 8 defeats this way, unless you’ve unlocked Golden Dragon and the Pachinko Palace to get a Revive Potion from each every 24 hours. These might help, but I think it’s still going to cost you clams to get 8 defeats this way.
So as you can see your best hope in two fighter combos is having a premium fighter. Surely there’s got to be a better way?
And that’s what we’re going look at now, the combo that gives you the best odds for the least Rotten Eggs. And here we have it, the perfect storm of fighters to knockout Killer Kung Pow Giant Chicken with limited attacks, using less Rotten Eggs and saving you losing sleep is using three fighters. I’m going to show you what I’m using from the fighters I have available but you need work out best combo from yours, use mine as a guide only.
Dojo Peter, Tai-Jitsu Lois & Samurai Quagmire – As you can see the combined attack power of my combo is 4+6+6=16. So we could defeat Killer Kung Pow Giant Chicken in 3 attacks as long as we have at least 14 hours left on his timer, as we should hopefully do a minimum of 16 damage or even more if we get a lucky hit. The fighters will need to heal twice taking a total of 14 hours and it’s going to cost 3 Rotten Eggs. So unless you have an army of premium fighters or Sho’nuff this is quite a good Time and Rotten Egg balance. And if you build up some Revive Potions you may just get in 8 defeats by the time the event ends. I’m hoping so, time will tell.
And there’s the added fun of getting see your three fighters in the arena.
Basically you need to repeat this attack once all 3 are healed, it will take 7 hours. As Samurai Quagmire heals in 3 hours I send him to attack and get Rotten Eggs whilst waiting for Dojo Peter and Tai-Jitsu Lois to heal.
And remember you have the option of healing fighters with Revive Potions or clams and attacking again immediately, or waiting the 7 hour healing time and then sending the same 3 fighters in to attack again, repeat this and attack a third time to finish the job.
And wham bam thank you ma’am Killer Kung Pow Giant Chicken is no more, defeated by our trio in 3 attacks with time to spare and it’s only needed 3 Rotten Eggs total. But I must admit after all that it’s a little disappointing to only get 1 feather and 32 Sumo Belts for your efforts, I think 2 feathers would have been fairer, but that’s the low reward TinyCo has set.
Now once I’ve got Sumo Chris unlocked I can add him into the attack set up, as he has 8 attack power, but as of now I can only fight with what I have available.
What about freemium players, is there any hope of doing this? Well as I say it’s going to be tough until you unlock Sumo Chris as you’ll need use a two fighter combo of Dojo Peter & Samurai Quagmire to start with, (I explain this strategy earlier in the post), but once Sumo Chris is unlocked you can start to pick up on defeats.
Dojo Peter, Samurai Quagmire & Sumo Chris – For a freemium three fighter combo, you need Dojo Peter, Samurai Quagmire & Sumo Chris. Now this freemium combo won’t be available straight away as Sumo Chris takes time to unlock freemium. But once he’s unlocked you do have a freemium way to defeat Killer Kung Pow Giant Chicken faster, but whether you can do 8 defeats in the time left is a different matter. It may be possible if you’re vigilant on time, can build up enough Rotten Eggs and use some freemium Revive Potions if you’ve got some. So here’s the battle strategy I’d use for this combo.
Send all 3 fighters, Dojo Peter, Samurai Quagmire and Sumo Chris in to fight, this will give you a combined damage of 18
After 3 hours Samurai Quagmire will heal, send him in alone for damage of 6
After another 6 hours, (total time so far is now 9 hours), you can send all 3 fighters, Dojo Peter, Samurai Quagmire and Sumo Chris in to fight again, this will give you another combined damage of 18
After another 3 hours Samurai Quagmire will heal, send him in alone for damage of 6 and the job is done.
Here you can see it’s only going to take 12 hours and 4 Rotten Eggs, and this is a good time as it will let you get 1 defeat under your belt and another well underway each day, so you may be able get in 8 defeats. However you need get those Rotten Eggs stockpiling as you fight. Also you might be lucky and do a stronger hit which I’ll reduce time to 9 hours and 3 Rotten Eggs, I do seem to be getting a few stronger hits in on Killer Kung Pow Giant Chicken and I’ve not missed him yet either.
I also have to be say you can do defeats with this combo using less
individual attacks meaning less Rotten Eggs required but it will vastly increase the time it takes for each defeat as you wait for Sumo Chris to heal and with the end of the event looming, time is of the essences.
So as you can see your best hope in three fighter combos is having a premium fighter as it lets you get fighting immediately but it is possible to go down the freemium route once you’ve got Sumo Chris, however time might not be on your side by then.
WHAT HAPPENS IF I LOSE?
If you are knocked out and lose all your health then you need to heal your fighter/fighters.
WHAT IS HEALING?
Each time your Character/Characters go into Battle, they will take Damage. Once their health hits 0 in order to be able to use them again they must heal from that back to their full Capacity. Please note your fighter/fighters will not start to heal if they have only lost health, they must be at 0 health.
There are a few ways to Heal your Character/Characters. First tap on any Nerd and then go to the Character Select Screen (tap on +). Here you will see your Character has taken Damage and “HEAL” is showing over them.
You will see above the time to heal a fighter with 8 or more health is 7hrs and below this a button to allow you to heal them immediately either using premium revive potions bought from the store or if you have no revive potions, you will get a message telling you the clam cost to heal your fighter instantly.
However the time to heal fighters with 4 health is only 3 hours.
And this shorter heal time is reflected in a lower clam cost to instantly restore their health through the heal option.
This is where having unlocked Golden Dragon and placed the Pachinko Palace will help, as you can get a Revive Potion from each every 24 hours and they may just help you et an extra defeat or two in before the event ends. I can gather another 10 Revive Potions before the end hopefully.
WHAT ARE THE REWARDS?
This will depend on where you are in the game but here is a general idea of Payouts.
32 Sumo Belts (Always)
1 Feather (Always)
Round rewards of 20 Chopsticks, 1 Fortune Cookie, 1 Gold & 1 Incense.
- Collect Rotten Eggs
- Be vigilant of time left on timer when you start to attack.
- Tap Killer Kung Pow Giant Chicken
- Pick Character/Characters that will cause the most Damage and win the Battle with the least attacks and within 24 hours
- Collect Reward
There you have it, the overall idea of the Killer Kung Pow Giant Chicken Battles. I’m going to be honest and say he’s going to be tough for freemium players, but I wish you luck, and as for premium players, I wish you luck too as he still won’t be easy. How are you doing in the Battles? Does this help you more? Any other tips you would offer fellow Players? Any more questions on the Battles not covered? Let us know.
~ Russian Tigger