It has to be a critical *kill*.
As someone on here likes to say: "Use more guns."
Jokes aside, this usually means you just need to go farm somewhere for a while to get better gear - gear that has better synergy with your build, and/or a few more levels. That, or you have a really, really bad build - which I'm assuming is not the case.
Well at least this game has gorgeous items, not just guns. Take screenshots of a bunch of these guns and you have a beautiful desktop background theme.
Wait what? Just hit the Add button in the top right corner and start writing...? If you're not familiar with the formatting your format will be off, but as long as the info you put in is legit, someone will eventually put everything in the proper format.
It's on the wiki. It's legendary, dropped by The Graveward and Captain Traunt.
Gnerally: don't do missions underleveled.
Additionally, you may want to know how level difference affects damage dealt/taken.
2 ammo per shot and 18 magazine size?? Oof.
It's like his head was slowly dipping with every word he typed until it hit the desk. Happens to me all the time. Every time I stay up at night doing homework for morning classes that is how I pass out.
Get really good explosive or non-elemental weapons. It really just comes down to your dps.
If minions harass you, just kill them. The Kings are slow so you can easily run somewhere he can't attack then deal with any minion harassing you. Kill the Skeletaurs if there are too many of them, because you can't get second wind from them.
Run to Roland's turret when you can, so the minions may switch target to the turret instead.
Having Chain Lightning and a Rubi (Grog Nozzle) helps a lot. It's easy instant healing in case of emergency.
BL2 is superior to the other two in every aspect, pretty much. At least, aspects that actually matter. There's no debate about this, even though you can certainly like something specific about the other two. I had a blast playing Athena, but that's not enough to make TPS my favorite out of the bunch.
Maybe a better question would be "So who likes BL1 or BLTPS better than BL2? And why?" Otherwise, chances are most answers would be BL2 because that's pretty obvious.
To answer your question, no. Some legendary mods use the same base name as the common ones, and give the same bonuses but with (slightly) higher maximum value. For example, Roboteer and Legendary Roboteer both give +CDR and +Melee damage. The other legendaries have their own set of bonuses.
Aaaaand kiss each other.
Wow, that's... Wow.
He nabs Roland at the end of Bloodshot Stronghold then you have to fight him at the end of Bloodshot Ramparts.
I got something better for you: Chain Lightning.
There isn't a unique spike shield that does shock damage in the game. You can try to get a common one from vending machines or high-tier chests that are easily farmed (like the one near Overlook under the bridge).
The Foxtrot can be fun and I like using it on Maya and Gaige, but it may not be everyone's cup of tea. There's also the Black Hole, but you'll have to farm Foreman Jasper in Opportunity.
Bit late, but I know why the game refuses to save your location at the Annex. If the main mission Wildlife Preservation is in progress (even if it's not your active quest), the game won't save at the Annex. You have to complete it, then come back.
Just keep at it, I guess. Do your best, hope for the best, prepare for the worst. Repeat.
That was the first Vermivorous I got to spawn after many, many hours playing this game (not counting some I spawned using the guaranteed Vermivorous cheat). Although, I never spent too much time trying to spawn this boss. I'd only wait when I see at least a Super Badass Pod. On average, out of 2000 Badass Varkids only 3 will become Vermivorous, so, yeah...
Well have fun with Vorac I guess!
Farming either Pete or Hyperius, generally speaking.
Gee is not that hard, but it takes longer, and is more tedious.
If you're Krieg, you can go for Voracidous, but it's riskier than Pete/Hyperius. I've never soloed Pete or Hyperius as Krieg, so not sure which boss is fastest for Krieg. At least fighting Voracidous as Krieg is quite exciting so you probably won't mind repeating it.
Shamfleet Gaige can kill Ancient Dragons really quickly too, but then you need to build up Anarchy stacks every time, so maybe not. Me, I just use CE to get 600 stacks, so farming Ancient Dragons is fine for me, but console players can't do this even if they want to.
It depends on what you want to do. Any OP level you have unlocked will always be available in Main Menu for you to select. Your story progression doesn't matter. You can reset, you can continue and end the current playthrough - whichever you feel like doing.
The OP setting is basically a "difficulty slider" you can use to make the game harder. It doesn't have anything to do with the story (or any other mission, for that matter). Unlocking an OP level means unlocking another difficulty level for you to choose from.
If you have maxed out the level of your character, your gear, and the game world, and feel the game is too easy, and want to set the game to OP2 right now, then go ahead and do OP2. Also, you have to set your game to OP1 in Main Menu before doing the OP challenge to unlock OP2.