Cookie Run: Kingdom has several classes of Cookies that you can combine to make a perfect team. If you want your rear positions to be stronger and yet keep the Cookie safe, Ranged Cookies might be the perfect addition.
There aren’t many ‘Ranged’ Cookies in the game. These Cookies take up one of the rear positions in the squad. As you can guess, they fire something on the enemies to deal damage. The Ranged Cookies can do much damage from a safe distance. However, you will need other strong Cookies to balance this out.
Cookie Run: Kingdom – All the Ranged Cookies Ranked
We have ranked the ranged Cookies so you add them to your squad.
Twizzly Gummy Cookie
In the Ranged Cookie category, Twizzly Gummy is the most recent addition. She was released along with the Mala Sauce Cookie. Twizzly Gummy deals massive damage with her Twizzly Beam. You can use a Searing Raspberry and a Juicy Apple Jelly topping for Twizzly Gummy Cookie.
The Pastry Cookies has a stunning outfit and shares a bond with Devil Cookie and Angel Cookie in the ‘Angels and Devils’ bond story. With her ‘Battle Prayer’ special skill, Pastry Cookie fires arrows at the nearest enemy. The perfect topping for Pastry Cookie would be Searing Raspberry.
Tiger Lily Cookie
Tiger Lily Cookie is perhaps the wildest and colorful Cookie in Cookie Run: Kingdom. She has sea-green hair, a tiger skin outfit, and a red flower to compliment her hair. The Tiger Lily Cookie features in two bond stories – ‘Forest Encounter’ and Oh no! Allergies’.
Her special skill is ‘Tiger Rider’ wherein she rides a tiger, stuns the enemies, and deals damage. The best topping for Tiger Lily Cookie will be Swift Chocolate.
The Rye Cookie is perhaps the only Cookie that has a gun. The Epic Cookie shares a bond with the Chili Pepper Cookie in the ‘Escape into the Twilight’ bond story. The Rye Cookie’s special skill is ‘Final Showdown’. As you can guess, the Cookie draws both of the guns and targets two enemies with the lowest HP.
The Beet Cookie has been in the game since release. She shares a bond with the Carrot Cookie in the ‘Carrots! CARROTS!’ bond story. The Common Cookie targets the enemy with the lowest HP and fires multiple bolts at them. The best topping for Beet Cookie is the Swift Chocolate.
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