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I finally just tried doing it myself, and it indeed still works. So you can switch to any DLC, come back, and still moonshot farm the Warrior.
I'm surprised I didn't see this in any of the answers: The Pre-Sequel is both a prequel and a sequel. It is a prequel to Borderlands 2 and a sequel to Borderlands, hence pre-sequel. So yes, it is effectively Borderlands 1.5, but 'pre-sequel' makes it clearer that it was released after both the others, as the title is aware of both Borderlands and ...
You should check your account history on the xbox to make sure it was associated to the correct account and then download it. This is found in Settings -> Account -> Download History. http://support.xbox.com/en-GB/xbox-360/downloadable-content/view-download-history If it happens that it was associated to the wrong account by accident, as long as the first ...
After spending one hour searching fo answers i found out that the drop rate is 9.333% and after knowing this i've been getting it loads lol
Its the custom waypoint symbol. You can add that symbol in the map.
No, there won't be a downside (except maybe losing some fun because you do all the work for him). In Playthrough 1 and 2 enemy levels (and their drops) are determined by "area levels", that are essentially fixed. Some areas get their levels raised as quests progress, and whole Playthrough 2 becomes level 50 (also known as Playthrough 2.5) when you kill the ...
I believe that in both playthrough 1 and 2, the enemies have set levels for each area. What I don't know is how the enemies get stronger. It could be that their levels are higher, or it could be that their levels are the same but their HP is higher and their shields are stronger. I haven't played enough to notice. Game scales up difficulty more towards ...
Spoiler Alert scroll down to the bottom to find out! The story all lies in Borderlands The Pre-Sequel. The game is about hunting a vault. At the end, you have to defeat a boss called "The Sentinal". After you defeat it you will be provided with loot. A lot.... I mean a lot a lot... Then Jack says Wow this thing is small, is this what I came ...
The key to killing Wilhelm is to shoot him in the face when he is creating his Shield Surveyors. It destroys the surveyors and causes him to stop making them. Kill all the gun loaders then keep moving in circles. I did it with 17th level Zero, a shotgun, and a corrosive sniper.
It appears to be an easter egg. Dates most likely. They are found all around the game. Some people think they are dates, but the events linked to the dates don't seem to have anything in common. Probably just put in for lols by the developers
If you want to know more about Jack; here's some extra audio log information on if Jack used to be a bandit, and on Angels mysterious powers. You can find these audio logs at the end of the game: Go to a mission called "Get to know Jack", then you can find these audio logs scattered around. The fist log is about the disappearance of Jacks wife. The log ...
If you played the pre-sequel, Lilith comes and punches Jack in the face when he found the vault. This caused the vault to smash into Jack's face, leaving it burned and marked. Lilith calls jack 'handsome' before he became in control of Pandora. Jack uses Angel because she is a siren. As a siren, she lives forever and is powered by eridium. This means that ...
Exit-only fast travel stations will look like this (has yellowish text and a sign similar to a 'No U-turn' sign): Image source: Borderlands Wiki, "Fast Travel" article
Ok, I found the answer, and it's a weird one. Basically, it was Time Machine's fault. I use TM as my backup mechanism, but I back my system to an external HD. So, I naturally assumed that my backups were all exclusively on that external HD. Nope. Time Machine takes liberties with the free space on your system partition. It uses as much free space as ...
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