Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands: Liquid Cooling Legendary Weapon Guide
Frost damage is really good in Tiny Tina. Not only will it slow down enemies, but it also synergizes well with most weapons in the game. The Liquid Cooling weapon, in particular, excels in this regard.
There are tons of weapons in the game that will roll with Frost damage. When it comes to legendary weapons, however, nothing is as “cool” and hard-hitting than the Liquid Cooling pistol. In case you’re wondering, this is a Skulldugger weapon that only rolls the Cryo element for dealing frost damage.
One unique aspect of this weapon is that whenever it deals a Critical Hit, it will actually lower its meter. This means that as long as you have a proper critical build setup, you’ll be able to fire away at your opponent using this pistol without having to worry about it breaking.
Liquid Cooling Legendary Weapon Guide
If you want to get your hands on this weapon, simply follow this guide.
The Liquid Cooling pistol is a unique boss drop from Lissia, Iron-Wrought. To obtain it, you’ll have to head over to the Obelisk in Crackmast Cove. From there, simply head over to The Saulty Saunter fast travel point and look for the boss arena which is tucked behind a waterfall.
To fight Lissia, however, you’ll have to kill waves of skeletons first. Lissia isn’t really a tough battle, but if you want to increase your odds of beating him, you’ll need to use weapons with poison damage. Additionally, using a weapon with cryo damage will allow you to handle the skeletons pretty quickly.
Do take note that the weapon is not a guaranteed drop, which means you’ll have to farm the boss over and over again until it finally drops.
As mentioned earlier, the weapon has a unique ability that lowers its meters when it deals critical hits. For that, you’ll want to focus on building a critical build to make the most out of it. A good option would be to play Stabbomancer to gain access to the From the Shadows action skill which basically causes all of your hits to be critical hits for 8 seconds while in stealth.
It has the downside of you dealing 25% less damage while doing so, but when paired with the weapon’s ability, this means you can continuously fire at your enemies without the weapon breaking.
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