6 Tips and Tricks for Beginners Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands

Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands similar to other Borderlands Games, but there are a lot of differences that can get you in trouble.

You join Tiny Tina for an awesome Bunkers & Badasses campaign where your ultimate goal is to stop the Dragon Lord from conquering the Wonderlands. With a total of 15 multi-glass combinations to choose from, it’s hard to even begin to think about stopping the Dragon Lord. Before you roleplay through your first campaign in Tiny Tina’s WonderlandsWe’ve put together a beginner’s guide full of tips and tricks to make your time easier.

Different name, same feature

Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands It’s an indie game, but it’s still Borderlands. Many features return under new names and some work a little differently. Grenades are now magical and rely on cooldowns instead of bullets. Class mods are back as armor and any class can equip them. However, skill tree spells only work if the armor is for your class. The anointments are now called talismans, and they have been tweaked a bit.

Borderlands gun makers are back too Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands under the new name. Use the information below to see the weapon manufacturer name change.

Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands Weapon Maker Name Changed

Produced by Borderlands Producer Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands Weapon characteristics
Produced by Borderlands Producer Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands Weapon characteristics
Dahl Medicine Includes alternate fire modes
Hyperion Hyperius Accuracy increases the longer you shoot and has a shield when aiming
Jakobs Black powder Ricochet bullets when fired in the head and shoot as fast as you can pull the trigger
Tediore Feriore When you reload you will throw your weapon and it can explode or transform
Torgue Torgue (Unchanged) Explosive bullets
Vladof Stoker High rate of fire
COV Skuldugger The clip size is now your full ammo capacity, but the weapon will overheat if fired for too long

Continue to act

Many quality of life changes in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands allows you to continue the action.

For example, you can now slide, melee, and smash the ground to open chests, and these alternatives can help in the middle of a battle. You can also open multiple chests at once while damaging your enemies. However, be careful with some chests as they can turn into mimic chests.

If you happen to go down and enter “save your soul” (previously known in other Borderlands games as “fight for your life”), you can now cast your magic while down. This is useful when you’re running low on ammo and need a little extra damage to get a second wind. It is available to every class with no requirement other than equipping a spell.

Vending machines in Tiny Tina's Wonderlands

Image: Gearbox Software / 2K Game via Polygon

In Borderlands 3, vending machines have added a feature that allows you to refill ammunition with the push of a button. In Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands, you can still reload, but now you can also sell your junk. Mark your items as junk in stock for a quick sale.

Experiment with your upgrades

With the addition of the multi-glass system and hero points, there are many possible constructions Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands. With six layers, there are 15 possible layer combinations. Each class has a class feat, two action skills and a skill tree, but with multiclass classification you have access to both. Class feats are passive abilities and action skills that can be freely swapped between classes.

However, the skill tree will cost a little money to respawn and refund all of your allocated skill points. If you don’t like an upgraded skill, you can revive your skill tree and test your other skills. If you don’t like the subclass you’ve chosen, you can switch layers after beating the main story for more builds.

Hero Points are a new addition that changes the attributes of your Fatemaker. Similar to board games, Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands Allows you to alter Fatemaker’s strength, dexterity, intelligence, wisdom, design, and resilience. Don’t worry if you make a mistake in allocating your hero points as you can score these very early in the story.

Complete challenges for permanent upgrades

Challenges were a good source of XP in previous Borderlands games, but they are more important in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands. Challenges can now give your Fatemaker permanent incentives, such as increased luck and hero points. There are many hidden challenges surrounding the Wonderlands, and they range from finding hidden collectibles to battling a miniboss.

Lucky Dice in Tiny Tina's Wonderlands

Image: Gearbox Software / 2K Game via Polygon

One challenge to watch out for is the Lucky Dice, a bright orange 20-sided dice that can drop loot when activated. The loot you get depends on what you roll when you interact with the dice. These Lucky Dices also boost your loot luck throughout your play, so the more Lucky Dice you find, the more loot you’ll get.

You can track your challenges in the Progress section of the Map tab in your menu, and you can check your strengths on the right side of the Log tab in your menu.

Toggle between damage types

What is causing a lot of damage Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands is all about. To deal as much damage as possible, you must switch between elements depending on your enemy.

There are five types of elemental damage: Fire, Poison, Lightning, Frostand Dark magic. Each has its own respective type of health that they work best against. Fire burns flesh (red health bar), Armor eats poison (yellow health bar), Lightning Shield (blue health bar), and Frost freezes bones (white health bar). Dark Magic reduces damage to all health types, but draws health from enemies to heal himself.

Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands elemental damage value

Damage type Meat (red health bar) Armor (yellow health bar) Shield (blue health bar) Bones (white health bar)
Damage type Meat (red health bar) Armor (yellow health bar) Shield (blue health bar) Bones (white health bar)
Belonging to the body 100% 100% 100% 100%
Fire 125% 95% 95% 90% | 80% | 70%
Poison 95% 125% 90% | 80% | 70% 95%
Lightning 95% 90% | 80% | 70% 175% 95%
Frost 90% | 80% | 70% 95% 95% 115%
Dark magic 90% 90% 90% 90%

Key: Relax | Balance | Fierce difficulty

Redeem Shift code to get a free gift

The teleport code is an easy way to get rewards in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands. In previous Borderlands games, Shift Codes provided Golden Keys and unlocked new vault hunter skins, and the same is expected in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands. Golden Keys can be used on Gold Chests that have high rarity weapons, armor, wards and spells. Golden keys are not an infinite resource, so use them sparingly.

Pay attention to Shift Codes on social media as developers sometimes release these on their social media accounts. You can redeem your Shift Code on the Shift Code redemption page or in the Social tab of the in-game menu.

https://www.polygon.com/tiny-tina-wonderlands-guide-walkthrough/22995128/beginners-tips-tricks-class-manufacturer-upgrades-damage-types 6 Tips and Tricks for Beginners Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands

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