Borderlands fans have found the best gun in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands. It’s called liquid cooling, though you’ll likely find it with various prefixes and suffixes thanks to the Borderlands gun naming system that Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands tweaks to be slightly more fantastical. The gun is considered the best in the game for its ability to deal immense amounts of freeze damage without ever having to reload, provided you use it with the right build.
Liquid Cooling is a Skulldugger gun, which is the Wonderlands version of Children of the Vault style guns from Borderlands 3. This means that Liquid Cooling would normally heat up with continuous fire until it eventually overheats, forcing the player to wait before he can be fired again.
However, the ability of liquid cooling prevents shots from heating up the gun provided they are critical hits. Careful lensing and a crit-based build means the liquid cooling never overheats, meaning you’ll never have to recharge. You can just keep spitting bullets until you run out of ammo.
Combined with the ability to freeze targets to prevent them from being a threat, Liquid Cooling is by far the best gun in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands. It’s so good that a player spent a whole day cultivating the perfect roll and no one in the Reddit comments has said anything about that level of dedication (with our thanks to GamesRadar for the spot).
There are several ways to achieve liquid cooling. According to team status, it’s a world drop, so you may come across one randomly on your travels, but the safest way to get liquid cooling is from the Crackmast Cove Obelisk. This obelisk is guarded by Lissia who doesn’t spawn until you fend off a few waves of skeletons, so it’s not the fastest farm by far. Another suggested farm is the Pistol Rabbit at the end of the Chaos Chambers.
However you get your liquid cooling, better get it fast. Something that’s also broken is likely to be nerfed by Gearbox in the next patch.
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