King's Call is a legendary pistol in Borderlands 3 manufactured by Jakobs. It is obtained randomly from any suitable loot source but has an increased chance to drop from Tyreen the Destroyer located in Destroyer's Rift on Pandora.
Special Weapon Effects
Life is ours, we live it our way. – Critical hits refill the magazine and ricochets 3 bullets to the nearest enemy, including the original target. Consumes 3 ammo per shot. Fixed magazine size of 6.
Usage & Description
This weapon is rather hard to use if the player isn't constantly getting critical hits, as it can only fire twice without reloading unless crits are scored. This effectively makes the fire rate very low and the special effect useless. To deal with this, the player must aim carefully, or use skills like FL4K's Fade Away to score easier critical hits.
- King's Call and Queen's Call differ only in name and elements. This is probably to go with the theme of Tyreen and Troy being the "twin gods."
- Both weapons use the same "GodMother" parts. Only specialized elemental parts differentiate them: King's Call uses either "Part_PS_JAK_Ele_GodMother_Fire" or "Part_PS_JAK_Ele_GodMother_Shock", while Queen's Call uses "Part_PS_JAK_Ele_GodMother_Corrosive", "Part_PS_JAK_Ele_GodMother_Cryo" or "Part_PS_JAK_Ele_GodMother_Radiation".
- King's Call is effective with FL4K's Fade Away as all shots will be registered as a critical hit.
- The projectiles will circle around and home back to the original target if it is still alive.
- Amara's Deep Well skill helps with this weapon as it adds one more bullet to the magazine, effectively giving it 3 shots per magazine.
- The flavor text is a lyric from Nothing Else Matters by Metallica.