Tiny Tina's Wonderlands plants players into the fictional tabletop RPG, Bunkers and Badasses. Upon launching the game, they are tasked with creating a new character. This begs the question of "What class should I play if I like casting magic?"
What kind of class is the Spellshot?
The Spellshot fills the traditional role of a mage, wizard, or general magic-user. When playing the Spellshot, there are two Action Skills that form the core of the class.
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The Fatemaker magically turns an enemy into a harmless skeep for a few seconds. If they are immune, the Fatemaker instantly casts a free Spell on that enemy and gains two stacks of Spellweaving.
While Polymorph is active, the Fatemaker and their allies have a chance to cast a free Spell after dealing gun damage to the Polymorphed target. This effect is guaranteed the first time the Fatemaker deals gun damage. After the Fatemaker casts a Spell this way, they gain a stack of Spellweaving.
The Fatemaker may equip a second Spell in their inventory. Whenever the Fatemaker presses the Action Skill button, they cast the Spell.
How to succeed as the Spellshot
A lot of the Spellshot's traits are based around gaining stacks of Spellweaving which increases spell damage. As such, going with the Polymorph Action Skill sets a solid foundation as the Spellshot gains stacks of Spellweaving whether or not the enemy is immune to it. From there, traits like Mage Armor which restores a portion of Ward with each stack of Spellweaving, Just Warming Up which increases fire rate with each stack of Spellweaving, and more only enhance the potency of spells and gunplay.
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How to play the Spellshot in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands