Tiny Tina's Wonderlands Spellshot Build: Creating A Spell Slinging Warlock

Tiny Tina's Wonderlands Spellshot Build: Creating A Spell Slinging Warlock
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Tarran Stockton


6th Apr 2022 11:26

Naturally, our Tiny Tina's Wonderlands Spellshot build takes advantage of the powerful spell potential the class has and further boosts it by multiclassing it with the Graveborn. On top of specialising your individual Tiny Tina's Wonderlands classes with different skills, spells, weapons, and more, you can also combine them with other classes to make unique builds. So, for a breakdown of our Tiny Tina's Wonderlands Spellshot build and all it takes advantage of, read on.

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Tiny Tina's Wonderlands Spellshot Build: Background And Hero Stats

Tiny Tina's Wonderlands Spellshot Build hero stats
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Once you've created the character, you will need a relevant background so you can get some early boosts to your stats. Our choice is Failed Monk, which gives you an extra four Wisdom and two Intelligence, improving your status damage and spell cooldown rate respectively. On the downside, you will lose two Dexterity and four Strength, which lowers your crit chance and crit damage, but these aren't key to a Spellshot character. 

When it comes to your Hero stat focus, Intelligence will be your main priority for the increased spell cooldown rate. Your secondary stats should be Wisdom and Attunement, but leave a few for Constitution, so you aren't too squishy. 

Tiny Tina's Wonderlands Spellshot Build: Skills

Tiny Tina's Wonderlands Spellshot Build skills
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Before putting points into your skill tree, you'll want to pick an action skill that suits your build. The best choice for the Spellshot is Ambi-Hextrous, which lets you equip a spell into your action skill slot, meaning you have two spells online to use. 

For the first tier of the skill tree, you can max out all the available skills. Firstly is Spell Sniper, which gives your spells an increased crit chance for every point, then Prestidigation which increases your reload speed. Magic Bullets is the third skill to max out, as it adds your bonus spell damage to all your gun damage. Over in tier two, you can just focus on Mage Armor, which will restore a portion of your Ward whenever you gain a stack of your Spellweaving passive. 


For the third tier, there is only one skill available which is called Glass Cannon. This stops your Ward from automatically recharging, but will massively boost your spell damage in return, so this is where the extra Constitution points can help. 

Up into the fourth tier, there are two skills to max out. The first is High Thread Count which only requires one point, but will increase your max Spellweaving stacks. There is also Imbued Weapon, which adds bonus damage to your guns when you use a spell, along with adding that spell's element to your damage. 

Tier five will see you max out all available skills again, starting with Double Knot, which adds bonus damage equal to your gun's element whenever you score a spell critical hit. The second one to grab is One Slot, One Kill which gives you increased gun damage for every Spellweaving stack. 

This should lead you nicely into the capstone skill of the Spellshots, which is called Sever The Thread. This gives your gun critical hits a chance of resetting all spell cooldowns instantly, but it does have short a cooldown. It's important to grab gear with high elemental damage and effects to make the most of these skills, but multiclassing is where you start to become extremely strong. 

Tiny Tina's Wonderlands Spellshot Build: Multiclassing 

Tiny Tina's Wonderlands Spellshot Build multiclassing
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Multiclassing is a feature that is unlocked after finishing the Emotion of the Ocean quest, which comes a little while into the game. For this build, we suggest choosing the Graveborn as your second class because of the synergy it has with many Spellshot skills. 

For the first tier of this skill tree, max out the skill Faithful Thralls, which will increase all your damage by a total of 9% for every companion you have. Mortal Vessel is also a great choice to put a few points into for the max HP increase and extra dark magic efficiency. Up in the second tier, put a single point into Sanguine Sacrament for the 5% health regeneration every time you cast a spell. 

You should also max out the skill Dark Pact here, as it will increase your dark magic damage by a total of 20%. In the third tier, you should put at least three points into Stain of the Soul, which will make all your spells deal bonus dark magic damage. Finally, you can max out the tier four skill Ascension, which is a kill skill that increases your max HP and spell damage. It has a max of ten stacks, with 2% per stack, and also lasts 30 seconds. 

That's our primer on how to replicate our Tiny Tina's Wonderlands Spellshot build, and now you will be able to create a powerful spell user. 

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Tarran Stockton
About the author
Tarran Stockton
Tarran is a Senior Guides Writer at GGRecon. He previously wrote reviews for his college newspaper before studying Media and Communication at university. His favourite genres include role-playing games, strategy games, and boomer shooters - along with anything indie. You can also find him in the pit at local hardcore shows.
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