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Borderlands 2 Legendary Fastball
Legendary Fastball - Borderlands 2

The Fastball is a Legendary Weapon in Borderlands 2. This Tediore grenade mod has a highly reduced blast radius, therefore it is only capable of damaging a single enemy at a time in most cases. However, to counterbalance that the Fastball has a very high damage output that is like 10 times the amount of a similar grenade mod of that level. When the Fastball is thrown it follows an arc similar to a lobbed grenade but traveling at extremely high speeds. Due to the higher speed of the Fastball, it is able to travel a longer distance than other common lobbed grenades. This grenade mod can only spawn with the lowest trigger component, and therefore will always have a fuse time of 0.0. However, the Fastball will only detonate immediately on contact with an enemy or damageable object. If the grenade impacts a wall or other inert surface it will bounce, only detonating once it has stopped moving completely.


Corrosive, Explosive, Incendiary, or Shock

Special Weapon Effects:  

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  • 0.0 fuse time.
  • Greatly increased damage and travel speed compared to similar Tediore brand grenades.
  • Dramatically decreased blast radius.
  • Altered detonation noise.
  • Uses special physics as if it were a baseball (bouncing, altered weight, etc.).

How to get the Fastball?:

 The Fastball can be obtained randomly from any loot source but has a higher chance to drop from Boll in the Marrowfields located in Three Horns Divide. Boll is a lone Field Rat, with a pack of skags, that you encounter during and after completing the mission ‘In Memoriam’.

Borderlands 2 Legendary Fastball Location Guide

Borderlands 2 Legendary Fastball Location Guide


  • There is a bug that causes its damage to be greatly reduced when a character is first logged in wielding it. Its full damage will be restored if it is re-equipped.
  • The Fastball’s damage is so high that it is technically the most damaging weapon (per projectile) in all of Borderlands 2, greater even than the Nukem, Ahab, and Tunguska.


  • The flavor text is a reference to the line James Gammon’s character, Lou Brown, says during the final at-bat in the film Major League.
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