Add one of Tiny Tina's Wonderlands' better Legendary armors to your collection with this guide on how to get the Warped Paradigm.

Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands: How to Get Warped Paradigm

Add one of Tiny Tina's Wonderlands' better Legendary armors to your collection with this guide on how to get the Warped Paradigm.

The Warped Paradigm is one of the better Brr-Zerker armor pieces you can get in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands. The Warped Paradigm takes your increases to one damage type (Gun, Spell, or Melee) and adds a 50% buff to the other two damage types. Which buff goes where is random, like everything else in Wonderlands.

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Here’s where you find the Warped Paradigm and the best ways to farm it in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands.

How to Get Warped Paradigm in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands

Warped Paradigm is a world drop, meaning it will drop from any boss or enemy you encounter. The chances are higher from killing bosses, but obelisk mini-bosses and even trash mobs have a slim chance of awarding it when defeated.

Not all boss loot drops are created equal, however. Some only drop a few upgraded rarity items; others drop more than a dozen. To farm the Warped Paradigm properly, you need not only a rewarding boss but also one that’s easy and quick to kill, easy to get to, and easy to get back to once defeated.

One of the best options if you want to farm a boss for Legendary loot of any kind is Kastor, the Normal-Sized Skeleton. You’ll find him in the Tangle Drift as the ending fight of the A Small Favor side quest.

There’s a portal on the central island near the What’s Left of Driftwood fast-travel sight that leads to another, smaller island with a shack on it.

Zoseph the mage will be at the shack’s door, trying to get back in. Speak to him, and he’ll open a portal into the house, which shrinks you down to the size of a mouse.

Complete a short platforming puzzle to reach Kastor, who quickly bungles a spell and turns into a skeleton. As you’re small and he’s regular-sized, he’s of a proper scale for a Wonderlands boss fight.

Defeating Kastor awards a dozen or so drops with a high probability at least one of them will be Legendary quality. I saw as many as three per kill in my hour of farming. You can quit to the main menu and load back in, then return to Kastor’s arena to kill him again for more chances at loot.

If you want more control over your grind, the loot bunnies in the Chaos Chamber are your best bet. Load into your highest Chaos Mode rank, make sure your Loot Luck is as high as possible and go into either the Featured Run or an Extended Run. The former lets you both target farm a specific boss and collect Crystals for the bunnies. The latter maximized your Crystal gains.

At the end of the Chaos Chamber encounters, head over to the armor loot bunny and spend all your crystals there for the best chance at a Warped Paradigm.

At Chaos 20 with max Loot Luck, you’ll probably see one Legendary drop per 500 Crystals, though that isn’t a guarantee. There are twelve different Legendary armors, so your odds at a good Warped Paradigm are low but not unattainable.

That’s how you get Warped Paradigm in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands. It’s not the quickest or most efficient farm, but it’s well worth the grind. You can use weapons like Liquid Cooling or other top-tier non-Legendary weapons to make the process easier.

Our Wonderlands guides hub has more on how to get the most out of your time with the game.

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