How to get the legendary spell Rainbolt in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands

The Coiled Captors DLC brought a bunch of legendary items to try out. Among these legendary items is a group of spells that are quite powerful. One of the more interesting spells added with this DLC is called Rainbolt. While this spell does damage, that’s not what makes it great. This spell applies a random status effect to each enemy hit. Just hold the trigger and watch the rainbows fly. How to get the legendary spell Rainbolt in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands.

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This spell, like many of the other legendary items in Wonderlands, is a world drop. That means it can drop from almost any significant loot source. Luckily, this doesn’t apply to every loot source in the game. Instead, this spell can only drop from notable loot sources in the DLC, making it a bit easier to obtain than other legendary items from around the world. Some of the main places where you can get this item are the Wheel of Destiny, Vending Machines, Enemies, and Sidekicks.

You can farm this legendary spell from Chums, the boss of the DLC. He has a greater chance of dropping one of the legendary items from the DLC, especially if you defeat him on the hardest difficulty. If you don’t feel like farming chums, you can also get this spell from the rabbit statues in the Chaos Chamber. Remember that you must defeat Chums before unlocking the legendary items from the DLC in the Chamber of Chaos. Before you farm for legendary gear, make sure you increase your loot luck. This can be done by collecting the Lucky Dice and completing Aaron G’s shrine. How to get the legendary spell Rainbolt in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands

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