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== Notes ==
 
== Notes ==
*Due to the nature of the projectiles stretching horizontally as they travel forward, the Cutsman can hit a large target multiple times per shot. This can result in very high damage against bosses with large hitboxes.
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*Due to the nature of the projectiles stretching horizontally as they travel forward, the Cutsman can hit a large target multiple times per shot. This can result in very high damage against bosses with large hitboxes.
*Additionally, the Cutsman has very high status effect damage per second. Targets that haven't been killed by projectiles will likely die to status effect damage within a few seconds.
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*Additionally, the Cutsman has very high status effect damage per second. Targets that haven't been killed by projectiles will likely die to status effect damage within a few seconds.
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*[[Borman Nates]] has an increased chance to drop the Cutsman.
   
 
== Trivia ==
 
== Trivia ==
 
*The name and flavor text are a reference to the song "Cutsman" by [[wikipedia:Horse the Band|Horse the Band]].
 
*The name and flavor text are a reference to the song "Cutsman" by [[wikipedia:Horse the Band|Horse the Band]].
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Revision as of 06:02, December 4, 2019

Cutsman is a legendary submachine gun in Borderlands 3 manufactured by Maliwan. It is obtained randomly from any suitable loot source.

Special Weapon Effects

Little android man, born without a soul. – Projectiles stretch horizontally as they travel forward.

Usage & Description

Notes

  • Due to the nature of the projectiles stretching horizontally as they travel forward, the Cutsman can hit a large target multiple times per shot. This can result in very high damage against bosses with large hitboxes.
  • Additionally, the Cutsman has very high status effect damage per second. Targets that haven't been killed by projectiles will likely die to status effect damage within a few seconds.
  • Borman Nates has an increased chance to drop the Cutsman.

Trivia

  • The name and flavor text are a reference to the song "Cutsman" by Horse the Band.
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