TFEW: Best Power Cores for Bumblebee & Bombshell

TFEW - Transformers Earth Wars

Welcome to the latest in our series of articles about the Transformers Earth Wars mobile game where we take a look at the best Power Cores for each bot. While our staff will never claim to have all of the answers for TFEW, we do our homework and test out each bot to ensure we are making only the best recommendations.

Today’s bots to review Power Cores for are Bumblebee & Bombshell. Bumblebee and Bombshell are some light and fast scouts. Generally, scouts need quite a bit of support and Bumblebee and Bombshell are no exception. They often head rush out ahead of the pack, but have low HP, despite some fancy dodging. These bots also have very low DPS as well. So what makes them useful? One of the best aspects of these bots is that they stun defenses with both their primary and secondary attacks. So, is it worth upgrading their defensive and healing capabilities or should you focus your attention on other efforts?




 

Best Power Core for Bumblebee & Bombshell:

Tactician Core – These bots need to be guided to their targets and it’s very difficult to do so if they are deployed along with your other bots. In order for them to be effective in aiding your team at all, they need to be stunning defenses rather than buildings that just slow them down. You can either clear the way with other bots leading or use the Tactician core to help them hit their marks in the enemy base.

Other Power Cores to consider

 

By LastRaven
Gaming-fans.com Staff Writer

3 Comments on "TFEW: Best Power Cores for Bumblebee & Bombshell"

  1. I am using a rejuvenate on my insecticons and autobot minibots it does work but still not a\100% effective. As for the tactical on the little guys they still rush to hit weapons and get stuck between heavy artillery and die. I think they need new and different power core than let’s say attack, tactical, rejuvy and health.

  2. Skrapnel is the bumblebee equivalent in decepticons.
    Perceptor is the bombshell equivalent in autobots.

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