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*The weapon's full title in the game files is "Miss Moxxi's Heart Breaker;" however, "Miss Moxxi's" is treated as a prefix by the game engine and can be replaced with other prefixes.
 
*The weapon's full title in the game files is "Miss Moxxi's Heart Breaker;" however, "Miss Moxxi's" is treated as a prefix by the game engine and can be replaced with other prefixes.
 
*The weapon's flavor text is a reference to [[wikipedia:The Ink Spots|The Ink Spots]]' 1941 song, "I Don't Want To Set the World On Fire", made famous to gamers by its inclusion in ''Fallout 3'' by Bethesda Softworks.
 
*The weapon's flavor text is a reference to [[wikipedia:The Ink Spots|The Ink Spots]]' 1941 song, "I Don't Want To Set the World On Fire", made famous to gamers by its inclusion in ''Fallout 3'' by Bethesda Softworks.
*The guns' title and the fact that it is a Hyperion weapon may be referencing the fact that Moxxi was involved with Jack  (who is in control of hyperion) and left him, making Moxxi herself a Heart Breaker.
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Revision as of 21:02, April 30, 2014

Heart Breaker is a unique shotgun manufactured by Hyperion. Heart Breaker is obtained from the mission Safe and Sound located in Caustic Caverns.

Special Weapon Effects

I don't want to set the world on fire... – Increased projectile count, fire rate, +50% critical hit damage boost, and always incendiary. Decreased damage and magazine size. Cannot spawn with a sight. Shoots in heart shaped pattern. Any inflicted damage returns health to the wielder (2% of damage).

Usage & Description

The Heart Breaker features an abnormally high projectile count to ammo cost ratio amongst shotguns, firing 10 pellets (12 with the foregrip) for only one ammo per shot (as opposed to most other shotguns, of which the best tend to have a ratio of around 1:62:10 [equals 1:5], 3:14, or 4:18 [equals 2:9]). This, combined with its generous magazine size, fully automatic fire mode and critical hit damage boost give it an exceptional damage output for a unique weapon, often surpassing even weapons of Legendary rarity.

Unlike other Hyperion shotguns, the fixed heart-shaped spread pattern does not become more accurate under prolonged fire, although it still gains the gradual recoil reduction. Its ability to heal the user whilst dealing damage makes it well suited for characters that frequently sustain high damage in close-range combat. 

The main drawback of the Heart Breaker is its lack of versatility. Since it is always a fire elemental weapon, it loses much of its effectiveness against shielded or armoured enemies (although it becomes devastatingly effective against flesh). The fact that it cannot spawn with a sight may make it more difficult to use at longer ranges.

Notes

  • The Heart Breaker has a standard critical damage boost (provided by its unique barrel) of +50% but it could spawn with a critical accessory, which would make for a 100% critical hit damage bonus, effectively making double damage for all critical hits, making this weapon even more devastating.
  • A SHiFT code for Valentines Day on February 14, 2013, unlocked new pink skins for each character, and placed a version of Miss Moxxi's Heart Breaker in the inventory of the first character to be loaded after the code was redeemed. This weapon was of the same level as the character that gained it. This code was rereleased for Valentine's Day 2014.

Trivia

  • The weapon's full title in the game files is "Miss Moxxi's Heart Breaker;" however, "Miss Moxxi's" is treated as a prefix by the game engine and can be replaced with other prefixes.
  • The weapon's flavor text is a reference to The Ink Spots' 1941 song, "I Don't Want To Set the World On Fire", made famous to gamers by its inclusion in Fallout 3 by Bethesda Softworks.
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