Enchanted Kiko Squeeze Toy (r180) [Retired]View in Item Database
DescriptionWhen this Kiko toy was created, something bizarre happened. It has the power to suck up and deflect ANY water attacks thrown against you! Enchanted Kiko Squeeze Toy


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Attack N/A
Defense *-water* 100%
Reflect N/A
Effects N/A
Actual Icons
Restocks At N/A
Used By N/A
Special Categorization Hidden Tower - This item stocks, or used to stock, in The Hidden Tower.
Animated - This item has an image that moves!
Notes None
Ratings - Enchanted Kiko Squeeze Toy
Pop For Your 'Points (3/3): This is by far the cheapest way to handle 100% of water thrown your way. This doesn't even cost 1.5 million at present.

In Battle (2/5): Quite the contrast in scoring, right? Don't get me wrong: it's great that Enchanted Kiko Squeeze Toy can handle all water, and for under 2 million NP, no less! Good for it! The thing is, it handles water in a way that leaves too much to be desired.

First of all, nearly any weapon you would like to block with Enchanted Kiko Squeeze Toy will come out ahead anyway. Whether it's Kelpbeards Trident, Sword of Tawre, Dr. Sloths Personal Bath Buddy, 9 Pound Coconut or even the infamous Dark Battle Duck, expect to lose out in a head-to-head confrontation. The one weapon to hope for is Maractite Battle Duck, a potential candidate for L97 battling. Even then, it's not enough if the secondary weapon on each side does the same damage. You're generally going to be crossing your fingers for stacked water when using this squeeze toy.

Enchanted Kiko Squeeze Toy is essentially a lesson in how not to handle icons coming at you. If your aim is to handle a single icon type, you do it with reflecting. And you try to do it with at least 75% reflection to come out ahead, like Mega U-Bend. Even if you magically run into dual Maractite Battle Ducks or dual Dr. Sloths Personal Bath Buddies and you connect, it is far more beneficial to be using a water reflector to combine with another offensive weapon. Outside of reflection it is better to use something like Faerie Tabard in order to deal with the intended icon type but also cover a wider spread of others. F...
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Price/Power (0/5)
Recent price jumps have made this just as expensive as other options, certainly not worth it unless you already own it.

Countermeasures (4/5)
This can easily cut through the {{Sloths Personal Bathing Buddy}} and the Kelpbeards Trident both of which are fairly common in the budget crowd. It also cuts down on the Sword of Tawre too but those are less common.

Alternatives Upgrades or Downgrades
Fire Jug is the cheapest single use way to block water right now with the Slippery Floor Potion the next best thing. If you want a more traditional blocker Faerie Tabard helps, but if you have a lab rat with low defense this Squeeze toy will be just as good. The U-Bend of Great Justice would have been a great option instead, however it has retired and gone up much much higher since its retiring.

Other Points (None)

Final Thoughts
Better for lab rats then a Faerie Tabard but still really expensive verse its pre-retire price.

Rated on February 17, 2013. Updated March 30, 2022