I haven't played a psycho yet. Projectiles vanish from sight after travelling a set distance, but may still strike targets. Sand Hawk variants can be found listed below. Slag will do 1x damage vs everything and 1. Originally posted by :Just either do the Mission with multiple characters, trade in the In-Game Trading sub-discussion, or most popularly just use Gibbed savegame editor to create your own. Note that adding an element costs about 700 damage.
Flying is good for some character set-ups, but not as important on others. Without exploiting the weapon combo, there's so many other much better choices to use. Originally posted by :I want to farm pyro pete, and what ive seen people go with an electric sandhawk is it good or should i take something else? Dahl-grip Sand Hawks have a 2. That should be the files you need. Just remember to play as normal and save when you finally do get what you want. You can post, reply, and share whatever is on your mind.
I'll be hitting 61 on my Siren soon, and was wondering what parts I should be looking for to get on an Unkept Harold and Sand Hawk. I want to farm pyro pete, and what ive seen people go with an electric sandhawk is it good or should i take something else? I have a psycho, a mechromancer and a siren, all of them level 72. Originally posted by :Much faster yes, but not everyone knows how to do the read only flags. Yes, it is preferable for speed. Stock: You want the Dahl stock for a 4-round burst.
Don't get it confused with the Tediore stock or the Bandit stock. Edit: if you don't want the version offered do not accept, just alt+f4 to exit without saving. Either a Electric Sand Hawk or Fibber Barrel Type 3 - ricocheting type work well on Pete. Element would depend entirely upon what you're planning on fighting. Otherwise you could be wasting your time forever. The Dahl stock looks like.
The exception to this is , because their upper critical hit points are lined up in a fashion which enables the bird pattern to do high amounts of damage. Maliwan stock gives you a tighter starting and firing spread. Flying is good for some character set-ups, but not as important on others. The projectiles do not form the bird-shaped spread until they travel a short distance from the gun, and within that distance the three projectiles may impact a single spot, potentially dealing high damage to point-blank targets. Personally, I don't use the Bee shield so none of them are all that great. Good parts or even an accessory prefix of any kind would be gravy.
Back up save file copy save file to another location Load game turn in quest. Full Dahl parts, Shock element, Flying +bullet speed and + fire rate prefix is widely considered to be the best. If there's no accessory, it's determined by element. I don't do a hoot worth with of damage when trying to ricochet. If you can do all elements easily----that would be great. The only way to determine their presence is to look at the prefix or the stats of the gun, as accessory prefixes if present override all other prefixes.
Having Accelerate also helps quite a bit which is very nice. Way faster than restarting the game each time. The larger mag4 is preferred by some players, especially for flat damage guns. I mean, you own a computer, right? If you reselect character, it will load the readonly version on disk, which never got the gun. Either a Electric Sand Hawk or Fibber Barrel Type 3 - ricocheting type work well on Pete.
Element would depend entirely upon what you're planning on fighting. Generally a solid suggestion but the sandie can't be farmed as it's a quest reward. You will have to figure out which one are for your character first. If you are having any issues, shoot us an email,. This is easy to see. This is why you see so many people with multiple versions. If you want item take it to sanctuary and put in clap traps stash has a different save location.
On the 360 I sign out after I see which sandhawk she gave me. Previous posters have covered it well, but I feel compelled to add this: The Sandhawk is a monster with any prefix. However, its low fire rate gives it a lower damage per second than the Lascaux. . That doesn't come into play too much.