Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands Loot

Everything you need to know about Tiny Tina's Wonderlands Loot. Weapons, Melee, Spells, Wards, Rings, Amulets, and Rarities.

Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands Loot

Ranged Weapons

Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands has a great variety of ranged weapons. There are 6 different weapon types each with its own ammunition. These weapons are made by 7 different weapon manufacturers. Each of these manufacturers has its own spin on the various weapon types.

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Melee Weapons

Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands also lets you equip one melee weapon. This is a new feature in a “Borderlands-Like” game. Melee weapons have special abilities and therefore add new gameplay loops to the game and allow you to mix up your gameplay.

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Spells

Spells play a great role in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands as they are treated as mini-skills. Magic Spells are more than just ‘throw and forget’ items.

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Wards

Wards act like shields in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands, however, they are more than just a bubble shield.

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Rings

You are able to equip 2 Rings in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands. Rings provide passive buffs to your character.

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Amulets

You are able to equip 1 Amulet in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands. Amulets provide special abilities to your character.

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Armor

You are able to equip 1 Armor piece in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands. Armor acts like a Class Mod providing Class Power, Skill Points, and other Secondary Stat increases.

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Rarities

Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands has 5 different weapon rarity types. The higher the rarity the better the item is, however, don’t just ditch your weapon because you find one of a higher rarity. The weapon does need to fit your character’s play style.

  • Common (White)
  • Uncommon (Green)
  • Rare (Blue)
  • Epic (Purple)
  • Legendary (Orange)

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Gold

You are able to collect Gold in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands. Gold acts as your default currency in the game. You can use gold to buy items at various shops. Gold drops in pouches and Gold Bars. You can pick them up by simply walking near to them. Money is very important in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands, more than in previous Borderlands games.

Moon Orbs

Next to Gold, there is another currency in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands called Moon Orbs. This seems to be a rare currency like Eridium in Borderlands 3. You can use this to re-roll Enchantments.

Skeleton Keys

In the inventory, you can also see a counter for Skeleton/Golden Keys. You will probably be able to obtain these through special Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands Shift Codes. I assume there is a Skeleton/Golden Chest in the main hub area.

Legendary Dedicated drops vs World Drops

Dedicated drops are special drops from a boss that only they drop. World Drops is a collection of all the drops in the game world that could drop. Luck is applied to each drop separately. Getting a World Drop does not impact your chance for a Dedicated Drop all.

There are a few more chances at getting a World Drop, so it might feel like they show up more– but that doesn’t make an impact on how many dedicated drops you see!

When a boss drops gear, it goes:
Dedicated Drop> Yes/No? If yes, Which.
AND
World Drop>Yes/No? If Yes, Which
AND
World Drop>Yes/No? If Yes, Which
AND
other stuff

Cosmetics have their own, separate pool and do not count into World/Dedicated drops!

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