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HP

Tower Health, also known as Hit Points (HP), is a feature that was added in v3.2 of Pokemon Tower Defense. However, despite being released that early, enemy Pokémon did not attack your towers until the level Lavender Town was released in v3.7.

HP acts as your Pokémon's life meter--if a tower's health drops to 0, the Pokémon faints and remains unusable for the duration of the level. HP is a stat that increases upon levelling up, just like Attack or Defense, and may be lowered and restored during a level through various methods. However, the Pokémon's maximum HP can never be exceeded at any time, and any damage taken during a level does not affect the max HP.

Currently, Blissey has the highest base health stat with a whopping digit 255.


Taking Damage

In most levels, there are multiple ways for your towers' health to be lowered:

Enemy Attacks

Most attacks intend to deal damage to the target; beginning with the Lavender Town level in Chapter 4, all non-training levels will include enemy Pokémon that use attacks, most of which harm your towers. Besides the regular attacks, a small group of moves can instantly drop a tower's health to zero ("One-Hit Knockout," abbreviated OHKO), although enemies with such moves are rare.

Recoil Damage

In addition to enemy attacks, certain attacks your party Pokémon use may also harm themselves. Some moves, such as Take Down and Flare Blitz, deal recoil damage that harms the user by a fraction of the damage caused to the target.

Friendly Fire

Earthquake damages the rest of your team as well as the enemies when one of your Pokémon uses it. Selfdestruct and Explosion function similarly, with the added effect of making the user faint.

Weather

The weather effects caused by the moves Hail and Sandstorm will damage all Pokémon on the field that are not of a specific type, including your own.


Healing

Potions are items introduced in v4.1 that can heal towers' HP. Aside from these items, some moves are designed to restore HP to your towers. There are three types of healing moves:

Healing

Moves that heal the user

Most healing moves heal solely the user and are incapable of being performed on a separate target. Recover, Rest, Synthesis, Aqua Ring, and similar moves all fall under this category.

Moves that drain enemy health

A few attacks deal damage to enemies and restore a fraction of that damage to the user. These moves include Giga Drain, Leech Seed, Leech Life,Mega Drain, and Absorb.

Moves that heal other/multiple targets

Certain moves heal in unique ways that can affect targets other than the user; for instance, Healing Wish causes the user to faint but provides full HP restoration to the next tower that replaces it. Another example is Heal Pulse, which will heal every unit on screen--enemies included!

Pokémon Stats

The following Pokémon have the highest HP stats in PTD: The following Pokémon have the lowest HP stats in PTD:
1. 113Chansey2
Chansey
= 240 1. 050Diglett2
Diglett

= 11

2. 143Snorlax2
Snorlax
= 160 2. 129Magikarp2
Magikarp
= 20
3. 040Wigglytuff2
Wigglytuff
= 140 3. 063Abra2
Abra
081Magnemite2
Magnemite
= 25

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Trivia

  • Sam claimed that in a future update there will be a Normal Mode (your towers have no health and therefore cannot be damaged) and an Advanced Mode (your Pokémon's health will be able to be both damaged and healed by moves). This has now become less probable since PTD was finished and Sam isn't planning to bring any changes in anymore.

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