|“||An undetectable disguise for getting close to MOABs for extra damage.||”|
|~ BATTD description.|
Description[edit | edit source]
The Paper Plate Mask is made of a white face mask made of a paper plate, shaped as a skull with three jagged teeth and angular eye holes. Connected to its sides is a thin headband supporting two plastic forks at the sides of the head.
Properties[edit | edit source]
- Speed: N/A
- Range: N/A
- Damage: N/A
- Pierce: N/A
Special Properties[edit | edit source]
- All attacks do +1 damage to MOAB-class bloons.
Strategy[edit | edit source]
The Paper Plate Mask has a single, simple purpose: allow the character whom equipped it to fight MOAB-Class bloons more competently or efficiently. This effect is obviously most important to characters like Supermonkey or Commander Cassie whom attack with high attack rates but low damage to compensate, making the Paper Plate Mask increase their MOAB popping power twofold as a result.
Obvious characters to avoid equipping this trinket onto are characters such as Max or Finn, whom can benefit from having an extra damage point initially, but have easy to access options to increase their MOAB damage output (Weak Spots and MOAB Ripper respectively), making other trinkets which boost other aspects much more beneficial in the long run. This also applies to characters whom naturally deal more than one damage per attack such as Marceline.
An interesting combination of low rarity trinkets is the Paper Plate Mask and an Uncommon trinket: Treetrunk's Dagger. This combination of Trinkets allows the recipient character to gain an extra +2 damage per hit to MOAB-Class bloons and an extra point of damage to the children Ceramic Bloon layer. While alone Treetrunk's Dagger serves as a direct upgrade to the Paper Plate Mask, combination allows some of the best suited characters like Supermonkey to take down MOABs thrice as fast with his main attack.
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- The Paper Plate Mask is based on the mask in the Adventure Time series episode "Daddy's Little Monster"