Quick Stat: Slime Edit
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Tier 2: Slime+ Edit
To Upgrade from Slime to Slime+, you need 5 Slime and 25 Dragon Coins.
Changes from Slime: Adds move only horizontally
Tier 3: Slime++ Edit
To Upgrade from Slime+ to Slime++, you need 5 Slime+ and 100 Dragon Coins.
Changes from Slime+: The move only is now move or attack
Tier 4: Slime+++ Edit
To Upgrade from Slime++ to Slime+++, you need 5 Slime++ and 500 Dragon Coins.
Changes from Slime++: Adds move only at range 2 in both horizontal and vertical direction
Strategy: Slime Edit
If a Slime kills a Wisp, it will act like a GiantSlime as it dies and split into 2 Slime.
Another strategy is to use Enchantress and WindMage to push it in front of enemy front line while it is enchanted and get a kill, which ends up in it transforming into GiantSlime and then it can split and start a rampage. There are many easy ways to counter this strategy though.
Strength: Slime Edit
If it gets a kill, it transforms into a powerful unit that will have up to three times the slime's value (Slime+++ transforming into GiantSlime+++ will go from 5 morale to 15) and have potential to split into more slimes. As such, slime has very strong defense potential.
Weakness: Slime Edit
In early ranks, this unit does not have much range to attack, making it hard to transform, and even at +++, it cannot attack diagonally. It also costs a lot at later levels, making it a burden to play with during early development phrase of the game.