The Borderlands series prides itself on its looter/shooter gameplay, creating an addicting loop where players farm for the best legendary weapons possible. The same can be said for Tiny Tina's Wonderlands. Though initial loot drops are pretty stingy, there are a few things that players can do to increase their chances of getting a coveted legendary item.
Once players have beaten the final boss, the Chaos Chamber also opens up and allows for endlessly replayable dungeon runs that have a good chance of doling out legendary loot. We'll be adding to this guide as we learn more about dedicated loot drops from bosses.
How to increase your loot luck in Tiny Tina's Wonderlands
- Golden Dice: Golden Dice can be found throughout the world that will permanently increase a player's loot luck when interacting with them. With well over 200 Golden Dice in the game, finding them all has some serious benefits.
- Chaos Level: Chaos Levels work a little bit like Borderlands 3's Mayhem Levels. As players successfully complete runs in the Chaos Chamber, they can increase their Chaos Level, increasing the chances for better loot drops. This also increases the chances of Chaotic or Volatile gear dropping.
- Myth Rank: Similar to Guardian Ranks, Myth Ranks are unlocked after players hit max level. Players can then continue to earn experience towards Myth Ranks, some of which involve improving your loot luck.
- Item attributes: Certain items like amulets will sometimes feature attributes that increase your luck while wearing them.
- Leveling up: As players level up naturally throughout the game, their luck will permanently increase as well.
- Luck Shrine: Across the Overworld, players will come across shrines that need four pieces to unlock. The Luck Shrine past Karnok's Wall will grant players increased luck once unlocked. The shrine pieces can be found in nearby dungeons and secret areas in the Overworld.
Where to farm legendary weapons in Tiny Tina's Wonderlands
It only makes sense that a series considered to be part of the best Xbox shooters would keep players coming back for more. Farming for particular weapons can take ages depending on what you're after, and certain enemies will have dedicated drops, giving you an increased chance of getting that item. It's still the early days of Tiny Tina's Wonderlands, so players are still figuring out the best places to farm, but we can recommend a few areas in the meantime.
Instead of featuring a raid boss, Wonderlands' endgame is all about the Chaos Chamber, which opens up after completing the main questline. Players will be thrown into a series of randomized dungeons, with the option to make them even more difficult for better loot. The crystals that players pick up during a run can be spent at the end for a chance to get legendary loot of their weapon of choice (whether it be a pistol, SMG, amulet, ward, etc.). This is by far the best way to farm for legendary weapons in the game at the moment.
This isn't so much a weapon farm as it is an experience farm. You'll want to head to Shattergrave Barrow and faster travel to The Grave Nave. Because the path is fairly linear from there, you'll just head into the catacombs until you hit the Zomboss boss fight. She'll easily give several thousand EXP every time you kill her, and you can easily quit and spawn back near the boss at the vending machines.
The Goblin Pickaxe is a legendary melee weapon with a really neat attribute: It spawns gold every time you hit an enemy. If you want to farm this weapon, you'll want to head over to Mount Craw and fast travel to the Furious Gorge. Head out of the cave and bank a right after you've spawned and you'll find an obelisk where you can farm Pigwart for the Goblin Pickaxe.
Pigwart can also sometimes be found as a mini-boss in a Chaos Chamber run. The loot bunny at the end of the Chaos Chamber also has a chance of dropping the Goblin Pickaxe, but Pigwart is your best bet at getting it.
Oddly enough this isn't a legendary weapon, but it's still a fantastic one to use on bosses. Swap the firing mode to sticky and you can land plenty of hits on your target. Because each stuck TNT increases damage by a certain percentage and it uses 3 ammo per shot, you can tear through enemies easily once they explode. Crossbolts deal 7% increased damage per crossbolt stuck.
The Encrapsulator can be found as world drops or in vending machines and is pretty easy to come by. You'll almost always come by one or two in a Chaos Chamber run and from the assault rifle loot bunny at the end if you spend enough crystals.
Reign of Arrows
Reign of Arrows takes some getting used to, but it's great for mobbing. It drops from the shotgun loot bunny in the Chaos Chamber, and it effectively rains down dozens of arrows on a specific location, dealing a ton of area damage. Because it has a short range and it takes a second or two for the arrows to land, it's not the best on some bosses and fast moving enemies. But if you find enemies sticking around one area, you can kill them all with just a few shots.
The Rogue Imp is perfect for mobbing thanks to its x2 damage and fire status effect. This is another one you'll find in the Chaos Chamber loot bunnies, and it's well worth the farm. Its high damage output melts most enemies in seconds. It's not going to drop a boss in an instant, but it's great for picking up Death Saves during a long fight.
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