Fatebreaker Legendary Weapon Stats & Location: Tiny Tinas Wonderlands

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Published: 19 Apr 2022
Check out this Fatebreaker Legendary Weapon in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands!

Even the most skilled players need help to stay alive. For that reason, there is the Fatebreaker Legendary Melee Weapon in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands. It is the right weapon when you need to restore your health. This powerful weapon unleashes three flying birds with every melee attack that restores 100% health. To farm this weapon, you have to reach the last area in the game story, The Fearamid, where you have to defeat the Dragon Lord.

In this guide, we will show you how to get the Fatebreaker Legendary Weapon in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands!

Fatebreaker Legendary Weapon Stats & Location: Tiny Tinas Wonderlands

How to get the Fatebreaker Legendary Weapon

Once you reach the final area in the game story, The Fearamid – Final Steps, you have to go to the final map called “Crest of Fate”.  Keep in mind that there is no fast travel to the final map. Make sure to make your way there by walking through the map.

Once you get to the portal, it will send you to The Wonderstorm, where you will face the boss Dragon Lord who is a pretty long and tough boss. Even if you have a really good build, each farm will take one or two minutes on average.

Fatebreaker Statistics

On the item card, we have the Fatebreaker.

  • Damage 800
  • Attack Speed 1.06/s
  • Critical Chance 11%
  • Critical Damage 120%

Weapon Description: You’ve made a huge mistake.

Enchanted: On Spell Cast, increase Frost Damage by 30% for 5 seconds.

Weapon Effects:

  • +10% Attack Speed
  • +10% Critical Chance
  • +20% Critical Damage
  • Slows enemies

Special Effects:

  • Fatebreaker: Melee Attacks create 3 Lightning projectiles that restore Ward equal to 100.0% of damage dealt.
  • Rampage: Melee Attacks increase your Melee Critical Chance by 10.0% on every hit until a Melee Critical Hit occurs, resetting this bonus.

How does the Fatebreaker work?

When you swing it, it will send out flying birds. These birds won’t swing back and cause any damage to you which is one of the good things.  Also, they will always be a shock element and the damage you do with the birds will also restore your ward.

This is a Valora weapon and it swings pretty slow because it is a two-handed weapon and also you can’t do a dash and strike into the enemy.

As a Valora weapon, it hits pretty hard. The ward healing effect from the birds is going to keep you alive.

One thing to know is that the birds won’t hit most of the damage. Most of the damage will come from the initial melee hit itself.

It is a decent melee weapon for mobbing, but it is highly recommended for bosses.

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