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These will always have increased perks you can't find in other weapons as well as fantastic bonuses. When you defeat him, he will drop a random number of Pink Seraph Crystals. That being said, you can only fight them once a day, unless you keep changing the clock, and the weapons don't look any more impressive than what you probably already have for Legendary Weapons.
Having a good mix of elemental weapons can mean the difference between a grueling difficult battle and a nice easy battle. The key to elemental weaponry is to know what elements work best against what enemies and their enhancements. Below is a breakdown of the weapons and their specialties. Elemental Type Specialties Explosive Weapons Explosive Weapons are great against all types of enemies, but they are fantastic against large groups that are close together, or against shielded enemies.
Each round fired will explode on impact causing splash damage to all enemies in the vicinity.
With this in mind, you can be creative with the attacks and target the ground near an enemy that is in cover and use the splash damage to knock them out of hiding for a better shot.
The drawbacks of these weapons is that the majority of them have a very slow rate of fire. Corrosive Weapons Corrosive Weapons will coat the enemy in acid, which will eat away at them causing constant damage until the effect has gone away. Corrosive Weapons work great against all enemies that aren't a Corrosive based such as the Caustic Goliaths. Corrosive Weapons are best used against enemies that have Armor. If the enemy has the gold bar that represents Armor, such as all the Hyperion Mechs, use a Corrosive Weapon to eat through it.
One of the big differences here, is that the the enemy that is on fire can light other enemies on fire if they run into each other. The fire won't hurt you if they bump you, BUT an enemy on fire can ignite barrels and explosive tanks if they get close to it which can send you straight to the New U station if you are standing too close.
Fire Weapons, are fantastic against any human enemies that you battle as their flesh quickly ignites and burns fast, but are NOT overly good against Armored enemies. When an enemy is hit with a Shock Weapon, there is a chance the attack will electrocute them for a few seconds causing bonus damage, but the effect is very brief.
The big advantage to Shock Weapons is that they overload the enemies shields and bring them down quickly. This can be very useful against stalkers as they won't be able to Phaseshift if you bring down their shields. Slag Weapons Slag Weapons are new to Borderlands 2. A Slag Weapon will coat the target in Slag, which then causes all other attacks to do more damage.
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Slag doesn't cause damage to the enemy, but if you have a strong weapon with a Slag Enhancement, such as a sniper rifle, you can cause some major damage after you coat the enemy in Slag. It isn't simply a case of How strong a shield is, different shield types will give you certain enhancements that can make the game much easier. I recommend trying each, and finding which shield type works best for your style of gameplay. To make the Constructor respawn you can back out to the main menu and hit continue or re-enter the Highlands area.
This is the place where the original Borderlands 1 started. Look out for a red building in the desert. Jump up that building and once on top you will notice a red chest. Gunzerked continuously for 90 seconds To do this you need to reach level 25 with Salvador Gunzerker Class first! You have to buy the following skills: To respec your skill points you can head to Sanctuary and use the Quick Change machine.
This can be done how often you want, but it costs a small fee. Once the above mentioned skills are maxed out, head to the Frostburn Canyon.
Here are lots of low level enemies. The key aspect is to kill as many enemies as you can. Clear the huge starting area first and then move into the cave with the Spiderants. If you have trouble getting this in your first try then back out to the main menu and hit continue.
All enemies will respawn! You will enter this area automatically during a story mission. He looks like one of the common Bedrock Bullymogs, but throws explosive barrels at you. Donkey Mong has only one single spawn point. However, he spawns very rarely. He can spawn at any daytime though. You do not have to kill any other monster in this area to make him spawn.
Your XP level does not matter either. It took me over 60 minutes to make him spawn! Use a vehicle if you are not level 30 yet. He can be a pretty rough enemy otherwise.
The best place to find a Chubby Varkid is in the starting area of the Caustic Caverns. It has a fixed spawn point where the first group of Vakids is located, right next to the fast travel station. You can back out to the main menu and hit continue to make all enemies respawn. Playing co-op greatly increases the chances of finding a chubby enemy! With a group of 4 people you will stumble across such a Chubby very soon. In single player it can take hours or days.
Just roam around this area with a bunch of friends in co-op mode to find them more quickly. There will be a yellow exclamation mark in the northern section of the map. Go there and talk to Face McShooty. Accept his mission and give him a headshot. Once you have acquired the above mentioned skill, head to the Frostburn Canyon.
You will need to kill enemies with melee attacks while Deception mode is active. Shooting your weapon will end Deception mode immediately.
This mission becomes available after beating the story for the first time. Then travel to Thousand Cuts to enter Terramorphous Peak. Entering this area costs 4 Eridium! Before starting the fight: If you die in solo mode, Terramorphous will completely refill his health.
Strategy for Terramorphous Fight: I recommend using a level 50 Gunzerker when trying this solo.
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If you are a Gunzerker then make sure to equip two rocket launchers. Shotguns and Slag weapons are also very helpful. Especially Slag Grenades are a must have if you want to make this a quick fight. Since Terramorphous deals heavy damage you will probably go down a few times. Kill one of the tentacles while in last stand.
This will revive you automatically. When he comes out of the ground quickly throw a bunch of slag grenades and attack with your strongest weapons. His weak spots are shown as yellow glowing dots. Attack them for critical hits.
Jump around a lot to dodge incoming attacks from other tentacles.