About the Lucian’s Call:
The Lucian’s Call shoots as a Vladof weapon but the projectiles behave like Jakobs ammo. Meaning that you have a high fire rate assault rifle that shoots bullets that ricochet to nearby enemies.
A cool detail is that The Lucian’s Call has a wooden texture skin like you would see on a Jakobs weapon. The Lucian’s Call does have a bit of a knockback, so you need to keep this weapon in check to score those critical hits.
Ideally, you want to get a cryo version of The Lucian’s Call as this is the most well-rounded element compared to the other available elements.
Special Weapon Effect:
- Critical hits return 2 bullets to your magazine and ricochet 2 bullets at the nearest enemy.
- No Alternative Fire mode.
Fire damage is strong against Flesh and can cause targets to burn. Burning deals high damage over a 5-second duration.
Corrosive damage is strong against Armor and causes targets to melt. Melting deals high damage over a 7-second duration.
Cryo damage slows enemies and eventually freezing them. Cryo efficiency is the percentage of damage dealt that is applied as Cryo, at 100% efficiency, enemies will freeze at 20% health. Frozen enemies are unable to move and take 3x Melee damage
How do you get the Lucian’s Call in Borderlands 3?
You can get the Lucian’s Call randomly as a “world drop” from any suitable loot source, however, it has an increased chance of dropping from ‘Blue Fire’ who is the boss located in Slaughterstar 3000.
Another way of obtaining the Lucian’s Call is by farming Dinklebot in Skywell-27 on Promethea. You can give the Loot-o-Grams to Crazy Earl in return you can get a Lucian’s Call, a Butcher, or junk.