Enchantments are one of the many mechanics you have access to in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands. A similar system was used in Borderlands 3 when they released ointments for the various weapons found throughout the game. Of course, the enchantments in Wonderlands aren’t nearly as powerful or groundbreaking as the anointings in Borderlands 3. If you’re still wondering what enchantments are, here’s everything you need to know about them in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands.
Starting off, enchantments are buffs that can appear on various pieces of gear that you pick up as you roam the Wonderlands. You can tell if a piece of gear is enchanted by the fact that it is displayed below the item’s stats. For example, the rocket launcher in the image above has an ability damage buff every time you cast a spell that lasts 10 seconds. Enchanted gear drops fairly regularly in Wonderlands, all you have to do is look for it.
Weapons can also be enchanted with moon orbs. If you don’t like an enchantment, you can also reroll it. For more information on how to add and reroll enchantments, check out our guide by following this link.
What types of enchantments are there?
There are tons of different enchantments you can get on gear you pick up. These enchantments include bonuses for certain classes, action ability damage increases, weapon damage increases, and cooldown improvements. Here are a few examples to look out for:
- After casting a spell, weapon damage is increased by 14% and rate of fire by 21% for a short time.
- Gain 50% elemental resistance for 10 seconds on Ward.
- When the action skill starts, weapon damage dealt is increased by 40% for 10 seconds.
- Gain +25% Loot Luck.
These are just a few of the many enchantments you can discover during your time in Wonderlands. They might not be +300% increases like in Borderlands 3, but they’re still worth finding.
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