After a long period of waiting Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands is finally out and with it many people are wondering the right class to pick for their preferred playstyles and how to get the most out of their favorite classes. Whether it be the mushroom and minion master “Spore Warden” or the spell throwing Spellshot that razes his foes with mighty spells.
Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands offers tons of unique options in terms of build diversity and unique synergies with every class and this includes the Spellshot. The Spellshot is one of the most fun classes in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands as he excels in, as his name implies, spells. Spells are some of the most powerful attacks in the game capable of melting both enemies and bosses depending on the spell. So without further ado, here is our class guide for Spellshot in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands.
Spellshot Class Guide
The Spellshot is a powerful glass cannon class that is focused around doing as much damage as possible while sacrificing defense and overall survivability. Because why do you need to protect yourself from damage when you can wipe out a room in 20 seconds.
We strongly suggest starting off as a Failed Monk as he starts off with high Intelligence and Wisdom which are going to be your main sources of damage throughout your playthrough with the Spellshot. We also suggest putting some points into Strength and Dexterity early on in order to mitigate the disadvantages of having overly low points into both stats.
The Spellshot, like every other class in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands, gets to pick between two Active Skills. The first active skill is called Polymorph which can turn an enemy into a harmless skeep for a few seconds. This negates enemy resistance and makes them easy to pick targets.
The other Active Skill for the Spellshot is where things start to get a little fun. Ambi-Hextrous allows the Spellshot to wield and equip two spells at once. Out of both active skills in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands, we strongly recommend picking this skill as it allows you to not only fire two different spells but also equip both spells at the same time granting the stat bonus of both spells at all times.
Preferred Play Style:
The spellshot is a class that excels at dealing damage from mid-long ranges while kiting enemies to consistently get the most damage out of his spells. His class feat which is spell weaving can be used to greatly increase the damage of the Spellshot’s spells turning him into a monster killing machine.
Every time your character reloads a weapon or shoots a spell it grants your character a stack of Spellweaving, this can stack up to 8 times and lasts for a few seconds. So getting the most out of this feat is paramount to using the Spellshot to its fullest extent.
We also highly recommend putting most of your points in Intelligence and Wisdom to keep increasing Spell and Weapon Damage. While occasionally putting points into Strength and Dexterity to increase Critical Hit Damage and Critical Hit Chance respectively.
Best Weapon Classes:
For Spellshot we recommend weapons that can deal high damage quickly and burst enemies down as fast as possible. Weapons like shotguns that deal high damage per shot or SMGs that have a high fire rate and (usually) fast reload times can turn an already good Spellshot into an even more dangerous one.
|Class Feat||Action Skills||Action Skills|
|DIRTY FIGHTING||GHOST BLADE||FROM THE SHADOWS|
|The Fatemaker’S Critical Hit Chance is increased. Great for, you know, stabbing.||The Fatemaker throws out a Ghost Blade which spins in place, dealing Melee Damage to nearby enemies based on the Fatemaker’s equipped Melee Weapon.|
Pressing G while Ghost Blade is active causes it to teleport to the targeted location.
|The Fatemaker enters Stealth, turning Invisible. While in Stealth, all damage dealt is automatically a Critical Hit, but Critical Hits deal reduced damage.|
Spellshot is one of those classes that actually works pretty well with a handful of classes. Players have a variety of options to choose from but the two best options are either the “Stabbomancer” or the the “Clawbringer“.
The Stabbomancer is a great secondary class to pick if you want to go all-in on maximizing the damage of the Spellshot and go completely into a Glass Cannon playstyle.
The Clawbringer as a secondary class offers great survivability and defense for those who want to minimize the Spellshot’s weaknesses instead of maximizing his strengths.
And that’s all you need to know on how to excel at the spellshot in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands, we hope you found this guide helpful. For more guides on Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands check out our Guides Section!