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Tyranny's End
  • Tyranny's End.png
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Statistics
TypeWeapon
Damage4200 Ranged
Knockback9.5 (Extremely Strong)
Critical chance39%
Use time55 Extremely Slow
Velocity12
TooltipPierce the heart of even the most heavily-armored foe
Fires a .70 caliber sniper round that bypasses enemy defense and DR
Rounds mark enemies for death and summon a swarm of additional bullets on crits
Inflicts DebuffMarkedMarked
100% chance

Debuff duration15 seconds
Debuff tooltipDamage reduction reduced
RarityRarity level: Donator
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The Tyranny’s End is a craftable post-Moon Lord gun that is the upgrade of the Anti-materiel Rifle and the final upgrade of the Sniper Rifle. It always fires a high-damage High Velocity Bullet regardless of the bullet used. If the initial shot critically strikes, a swarm of ten bullets arrive from the left and right of the enemy, enclosing on the enemy’s position. Holding right-click will use its zoom ability, which scrolls the viewing area of the screen in the direction of the cursor in a similar fashion to its predecessors.

Bullets fired from the Tyranny's End inflict the Marked debuff onto enemies, decreasing their damage reduction by 50%; in addition, they will also bypass enemy defense if it is less than 1000, and bypass enemy damage reduction if it is less than 95%.

Its best modifier is Unreal.

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Tips[]

  • It is recommended to focus on critical strike chance bonuses if you use the Tyranny's End, as critical strikes will greatly increase its DPS.
    • When paired with end-game armor such as Auric Tesla armor, its critical strike chance can easily surpass 80%, not including accessories.
      • If wearing ranged Auric Tesla armor, the bonus effect inherited by the God Slayer armor will allow ranged critical strikes to critical hit again up to 6.67% of the time, further increasing the damage of this weapon.

Trivia[]

  • The phrase "Rounds mark enemies for death" in the tooltip likely references the old name of the Marked debuff, "Marked for Death".
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