Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands Weapons List - Damage Types and Perks

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Tiny Tina's Wonderlands Spellshot and Clawbringer
March 25, 2022: Tiny Tina's Wonderlands is out now! We've re-pushed this guide so that you can learn everything about weapons before delving into the game.

There are plenty of badass weapons in Tiny Tina's Wonderlands. The explosive-loving teenager thrusts you into a brand new game of Bunkers and Badasses. From Polymorphing guns to powerful creations from Torgue himself, there are plenty of options for you to choose from.

As you travel through Tiny Tina's Wonderlands and navigate many of Tina's whims that suddenly alter the story, you'll face legions of angry enemies. Luckily, there will be a lot of weapons to help you fight them off. Here's our breakdown of the weapons in Tiny Tina's Wonderlands.

Naturally, a world created by Tina's imagination is quite chaotic. We have plenty of guides that can help you navigate it. Check out our character build guide and our class list that breaks down all class types in the game.

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Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands Weapons List -Damage Types and Perks

Ready, Aim, Fire! Using Spells to hurt enemies while hitting them with melee attacks is a great way of hurting enemies. However, blasting them with bullets is always fun too. Here are all of the gun types in the game that we know about.

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SMGs

SMGs have a high fire rate which makes it perfect for battling against harder enemies. However, the high fire rate does mean it uses up a lot of ammunition very quickly. If you're stuck somewhere with very little ammunition and a lot of enemies, try to save this one for the hardest ones.

Assault Rifles

The assault rifles you'll find in Wonderlands are great weapons for any type of combat. Whether you prefer being in the thick of it by engaging in close-up combat or hanging back to engage in ranged combat, this rifle is good for both. However, it can seriously eat through your ammunition without you realising.

Heavy Weapons

Heavy Weapons specialise in area of effect splash damage. They're a great way of managing unruly crowds of angry Shrooms and Pirate Skeletons. The one thing you need to be wary of is the reload speed. Compared to other weapons, the reload speed of Heavy Weapons are very slow. If you're using this weapon, make sure that you're safe before reloading it.

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Sniper Rifles

Sniper Rifles are perfect for those of you that enjoy ranged combat. With these weapons, you can hang back from the chaos of a fight and target the heads of your enemies. If you're caught in close quarters combat, we suggest pulling out one of the other weapon types on offer.

Shotguns

They're not great for ranged combat, but if you like getting up close and personal with your enemy before blasting them into the void, Shotguns are the weapon for you.

Pistols

These smaller weapons (but by no means less powerful) are brilliant for grabbing quickly in the middle of a fight. They are better at close-up and mid-range combat. If you have a quick trigger finger, they can be lethal against all enemy types.

Elemental Damage Types

There are different elemental attacks that you can use against enemies too. Some weapons that you pick up will be able to use these attacks.

  • Fire: This element burns enemies and is really effective against ones with a red health bar.
  • Frost: Inflicts freeze damage on enemies, works best on enemies with a white health bar.
  • Lightning: This element damages and can even destroy Wards. Keep an eye out for enemies with a blue health bar as it works best against them.
  • Poison: Poison can penetrate armour and seep into the enemy. Foes with yellow health bars are vulnerable to this attack.
  • Dark Magic: Ever wanted to suck the life force out of someone that really annoys you? Well, Dark Magic attacks let you do that! They take the vitality from your enemy and use it to increase your health bar.
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Rarities

All items in the game, including weapons, can be found in different rarity tiers.

  • Common: Any common loot will be White.
  • Uncommon: Uncommon loot and weapons will be Green.
  • Rare: Rare loot items will be Blue.
  • Epic: Epic loot and weapons will be a distinct Purple colour.
  • Legendary: The best tier of all items, Legendary Loot will be Orange.
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However, just because you've picked up a Legendary Weapon doesn't mean it's automatically the best one for you. When you're kitting out your character, make sure to think about which weapon compliments your class build. The rarest weapon might not be the best one for you.

Tiny Tina's Wonderlands Spellshot using an Assault Rifle
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Combine your weapons with your Class abilities to take down enemies with ease.

Manufacturers and Perks

In the realm of Wonderlands, there are several different weapons manufacturers that pump out epic weapons of mass destruction. Each manufacturer creates weapons with unique perks and specialities.

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Hyperius

Guns from Hyperius will create a shield around you while you aim down the sights. The shield appears even if you are running! Also, the more that you fire the weapon at an enemy in a continuous streak, the better your aim will become. No, it's not that the gun is cheating, it's the gun assisting you.

Stoker

Stoker Guns are known to have a high fire rate, no matter what class of weapon you have (rare or common). Our only warning with this gun is that it will destroy your ammunition reserves in seconds, so load up before engaging in a fight.

Dahlia

The Guns from Dahlia let you have a choice over how you want to use it. Which Dahlia gun you have picked up will determine which way you use it. Some of the guns have a Burst Fire mode, which means you'll need to tap the trigger repeatedly to consistently fire it. It's a good workout for your trigger finger, but it can become exhausting in long fire-fights. On the other side of the table, some Dahlia guns have a Full Auto mode. All you need to do with those guns is hold down the trigger and watch the bullets fly.

Blackpowder

One Bullet, twice the damage. If you get a critical hit on an enemy while using a Blackpowder gun, the bullets will bounce off of the original enemy and damage any surrounding ones too.

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Torgue

Torgue is in Wonderlands and he's brought with him some epic weapons to help you defeat the Dragon Lord. Explosions, chaos, more explosions, more chaos - those are his guns. To break it down a bit further, Torgue weapons focus heavily on explosive damage. If you're lucky, you'll be able to find some weapons that fire sticky bombs that will confuse then annihilate your enemies.

Feriore

Magic Guns that have Polymorphing abilities? Anything is possible in Tiny Tina's imagination after all. With a little magic, Feriore guns can change into different forms as you throw them around in a fight. The best part is that throwing your gun will not mean that you've lost it forever. Once it has finished inflicting damage in its morphed form, the gun will return to your hand.

Skuldugger

Last but not least, Skuldugger weapons never need to be reloaded. You'll no longer have to hide behind a broken hut to rapidly reload your weapon while you listen for the ominous crackle of Pirate Skeletons closing in on you. Skuldugger weapons regenerate their ammunition but if you use them too much in one go, you'll overheat them. If they overheat, you'll need to let them cool down before you can use them again.

It will take you a while to figure out which weapon load-out is the best one for you. However, you get to take down a lot of enemies while you try to work it out!

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Rings and Amulets

As well as being snazzy pieces of jewellery, a few Rings and Amulets can give additional perks to some weapons. Rings can give boosts to your loadout, such as improving the magazine side for one (if not both) of your weapons. Amulets are more magical, they can give your weapon a special effect such as the ability to instantly reload. However, they're not available when you first enter Wonderlands. You'll unlock the Ring and Amulet slots as you go through the story. When you have managed to unlock all of them, your character can only have one Amulet and two Rings equipped at one time.

You'll need to be clever and slightly creative to complete your quest to save the realm in Tiny Tina's Wonderlands. However, you don't have to face it all on your own if you don't want to. Read our co-op guide to learn more about playing with your friends and how you can spice it up with the different multiplayer modes. Also, check out our voice actors and cast list to learn about the famous faces behind the memorable Wonderlands characters.