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Rake is an Intermediate Map in Bloons TD 6. It was one of 5 Intermediate Maps to be introduced on initial release, and was one of the 21 original maps introduced on initial release.

Overview[]

Origins[]

The track appears to be inspired by Japanese-style gardens.

Description[]

The map is surrounded by cherry blossom trees and grassy fields with sandy outside, little pebbles and flower petals on the ground. There is a pond surrounded by mossy stones in the middle of the track. On the top left, there is a wooden rake (which appears to has been used to draw out the bloon paths). The 2 paths cross together twice in a plus shape, both of them have 4 bends and they are near the pond.

Southeast from the intersection, there is a monkey head totem holding petals with moss patches on it surrounded by the track. It can be removed for $1000. There are some little rocks near it. Upon removal, an orange-coloured obstacle-removal Chinook will appear to pull it out.

According to the BTD6 Index, the RBS of the bloon path originating from the left is 15.7 while the RBS of the track originating from the top is 16.2.

Rewards[]

Monkey Money Rewards
Btd6monkeymoney.png Easy[?] Medium[?] Hard[?] Impoppable[?]
First Time $150
MoMonkeyMoneyIcon.png $165
$250
MoMonkeyMoneyIcon.png $275
$400
MoMonkeyMoneyIcon.png $440
$600
MoMonkeyMoneyIcon.png $660
Completed $30
MoMonkeyMoneyIcon.png $33
$50
MoMonkeyMoneyIcon.png $55
$80
MoMonkeyMoneyIcon.png $88
$120
MoMonkeyMoneyIcon.png $132


Strategies[]

Main article: Rake/Strategies

Version History[]

Rake became slightly harder after version 2.0 by increasing the cost to remove the totem.

Balance changes are described in terms of favoring the player.

2.0
  • Nerf Totem cost increased from $350 to $1000.

Gallery[]

Trivia[]

  • In the top left corner of the map, there seems to be a piece that is not used in the track with a rake.
  • The removable statue resembles a Japanese Jizo statue, but appropriately monkey themed.
    • Jizo Bosatsu is the guardian deity of children and travellers. They're also known as the ‘earth bearer’, so jizo statues are made out of stone, which is said to have a spiritual power for protection and longevity. You can read more about them here.
  • The map consists of:
    • 35 little pebbles
      • 18 near the pond
      • 4 of which are mossy
      • 4 next to the totem
      • 2 in the patch at the bottom
      • 6 under a cherry tree to the left
      • 5 on the right patch of grass
    • a rake
    • 3 cherry blossom trees
    • a pond
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