I am suggesting a new tower for Tower Defence which will most likely be called the Magmatic Tower but could be changed. Here is some information about my idea. Description: This tower uses the power of fire to shoot incredibly powerful fireballs and incinerate enemies. General Information: This tower deals a small amount of AoE damage, it will shoot fireballs at a slow rate but will deal high damage. This shoots fireballs from the top bedrock on the first design and from the top of the iron bar on the later designs. Each fireball has an explosive value of 1 so they deal minor AoE damage. This costs 1750 points in the lobby to unlock and 1500 coins in a game to buy. It is super effective to normal spiders and creepers, I think it should deal 115% the normal damage to creepers and 120% the normal damage to spiders. This deals 80% damage to pigmen, blazes and witches, it also deals no damage to cave spiders. This sets mobs on fire and does large amounts of damage per hit at the cost of range and attack speed. Pictures of this tower will be listed below. Magmatic Tower by Miles_Plays_MC Frontal View. Bird's Eye View. Side View, Design 1 & 2. Side View, Design 2 & 3. Level 1. Range: 8 blocks. Fire rate: 1 shot every 7.50 seconds. Damage: 75 damage per fireball. Fire damage: 2.50 seconds of fire which deals 4.00 DPS. Explosive Value: 1 This costs 1500 coins in game. Level 2. Range: 10 blocks. Fire rate: 1 shot every 6.50 seconds. Damage: 85 damage per fireball. Fire damage: 3.75 seconds of fire which deals 4.00 DPS This costs 400 coins to be upgraded to from level 1. Level 3. Range: 12 blocks. Fire rate: 1 shot every 5.00 seconds. Damage: 100 per fireball. Fire damage: 4.00 seconds of fire which deals 5.00 DPS This costs 600 coins to be upgraded to from level 2. Edit 1: Added better pictures for these towers so you can now see them in more detail. Edit 2: Added and explosive value of 1 to the fireballs these towers shoot. This now deals 80% damage to blazes too. If you don't like this or something about it, please leave constructive criticism in the comments. Thanks for reading this.