Dormant Brimseeker

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Dormant Brimseeker
  • Dormant Brimseeker.png
Stack digit 1.png
Damage42 Summon
Knockback3 (Very Weak)
Use time24 Fast
TooltipYou could’ve sworn that they turned even scarier when you looked at their reflections in a mirror
Summons a brimseeker to keep you company
Firing another brimseeker when all minion slots are filled summons a brimstone aura
The aura empowers your brimseeker summons and produces damaging fireballs
Only one aura can persist at a time
Grants BuffBrimseeker (buff)Brimseeker
Buff tooltipDoes it want something from you?
Inflicts DebuffBrimstone FlamesBrimstone Flames
100% chance

Debuff duration4 seconds (Fireballs)
Debuff tooltipRapid health loss
RarityRarity Level: 5
Sell 7 Gold Coin.png 20 Silver Coin.png
Projectile created
Brimseeker Aura Ball
Brimseeker Aura Ball
Dropped by
Entity Quantity Rate
Brimstone Elemental 1 25% / 33.33%
Summons Minion

The Dormant Brimseeker is a Hardmode summon weapon that has a 25% chance (33.33% in Expert Mode) to drop from the Brimstone Elemental. When used, it summons a Brimseeker that charges towards enemies in a straight line, dealing damage and inflicting the Brimstone Flames debuff to hit enemies.

When used while all minion slots are exhausted, it launches a Dormant Brimseeker towards the cursor that emits a large aura of brimstone after stopping, strengthening Brimseekers entering the aura and emitting brimstone fireballs which linger inside it - damaging and dealing the Brimstone Flames debuff to hit enemies. Only one Dormant Brimseeker can be active at any given moment.

Its best modifier is Ruthless. The Mythical modifier provides the widest array of stat bonuses, but these primarily affect the initial summon rather than the resulting minion. Additionally, minions cannot deal critical hits. The only lasting advantage a Mythical Dormant Brimseeker has over a Ruthless one is knockback.

Notes[edit | edit source]

  • Brimseekers fly around the player in an infinity symbol.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • This item is a reference to the indie game Celeste. The item's appearance, minion's name, and minion's appearance are based on Seekers from the game, and the item's tooltip refers to the game's Mirror Temple.
Demonstration of the Dormant Brimseeker's multiple attacks: in order, the Dormant Brimseeker, the Brimseeker summon, the Brimseeker aura, and the enraged Brimseeker.