Skylanders: Swap Force - Jolly Bumble Blast
ís starting abilities are his Beezooka and his Honey Glob, and unlike most character attacks, these two actually end up working together quite elegantly. The Beezooka attack shoots honey bees at enemies - simple enough, right? Just wait. The Honey Glob attack lobs a ball of honey at enemies. I believe this does do some damage, but the real benefit is that your bees from the Beezooka now target the honey-painted enemies. Imagine, if you will, an enemy that is prone to charges. Paint your target and run away while shooting bees any which way you want - they will curve and fly to your opponent and deal damage. Itís very effective.
The initial upgrades are two levels of increased damage and insure that your honey bees will always go towards the painted target. You also unlock a third attack which has Jolly Bumble Blast throw out a beehive that, when it explodes, splatters several nearby enemies with honey.
Jolly Bumble Blastís upgrade paths have you choose between increasing the effectiveness of the bees and making the honey do some damage on its own right. The bee-upgrades start by letting you charge the attack and launching three bees at the same time, then upgrades the Beezooka itself to shoot even more bees and finally changes the charge attack so that you release a giant queen bee that knocks enemies into the air when she hits them.
The honey upgrades donít change the fact that your homing honey bees will attack whatever is coated in the sticky goo, but it lets you charge up the honey attack and send bees out with the glob of honey at the same time. The second upgrade along this path increases the damage and slows the enemies that are hit, while the third ups Jolly Bumble Blastís armor and lets him drip out honey from his skin to coat up-close enemies.