Players can summon an infinite amount of Spore Warden Mushroom Companions to deal insane amounts of damage in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlandsby using a glitch.
As Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands players attempt to tackle the post-campaign content, players can exploit a current glitch to create a near-infinite amount of damage scaling. While the glitch itself is an interaction between two classes, the Graveborn and Spore Warden, any primary class can pull off this exploit. Regardless of what class players choose during character creation, they can abuse this exploit to deal infinite damage, felling every boss in seconds.
Building and grinding for a build in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands can be a fun process in its own right, but building one’s first character can be an absolute pain for players new to Tiny Tinda’s Wonderlands’ end-game content. There are 20 Chaos Levels in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands for players to climb, each one getting progressively more difficult for players to overcome. Of course, players looking to get the best loot will want to farm on Chaos Level 20, but doing so would typically require a well-oiled build with synergetic gear.
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The exploit is based around a bug in the game’s ability to despawn Mushroom Companions in the Chaos Chamber. The game will then spawn a new Mushroom Companion for the player without despawning the previous Mushroom. This can be done by creating an unending horde of companions, none of which are on the map with the player. However, these duplicated Companions count as active companions for ‘Faithful Thralls.’ This passive for Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands’ Graveborn class gives the player a multiplier to all damage dealt for each active companion. At max skill investment, this Tier 1 passive can provide a +198% boost to all damage with only 22 additional Mushroom Companions. These duplicate mushrooms will maintain until the player quits the game, even staying after the player loses the Spore Warden class through respeccing. This means players can take the Spore Warden secondary class to create these mushrooms, then swap to the Graveborn class to capitalize on these duplicated mushrooms.
How to Create Infinite Mushroom Companions in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands
The glitch around creating an army of off-screen Mushroom Companions is incredibly easy to replicate. Players may accidentally trigger this glitch while participating in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands’ Chaos Chamber. The game will naturally create a duplicate Mushroom Companion after completing each run of this post-game mode. While players can run the Chaos Chamber multiple times on a lower difficulty to stack up the buff, there is an easier and faster method to duplicate these little companions.
To quickly create multiple Mushroom Companions, the player needs to equip the Spore Warden class and enter a Chaos Trial. After the Mushroom Companion spawns, enter the character menu, go to the Chaos Chamber tab, and leave the current trial. Now in the Chaos Chamber, the player should take the zone portal to Brighthoof, Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands’ hub city. The player can then return through the same zone portal, back into the Chaos Chamber. Each repetition of this will create an additional Mushroom Companion off the map. Playing as a Graveborn/Spore Warden can assist in performing this glitch, as the player will have the faithful thrall counter to let them know they completed the glitch, but this is not necessary for the proper execution. It should be noted that these companions count towards the character limit, preventing non-boss spawns if too many are created. However, with these infinite Mushroom Companions to fuel the ‘Faithful Thralls’ passive, players will be able to defeat any boss in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands.
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Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands is available on Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, PS4, PS5, and PC via the Epic Games Store.
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