When you reach level 40 in Tiny Tina's Wonderlands, you unlock Myth Rank. Find out the best way to spend your points right here.

Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands: Myth Rank Spending Guide

When you reach level 40 in Tiny Tina's Wonderlands, you unlock Myth Rank. Find out the best way to spend your points right here.

You unlock Myth Rank at level 40 in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands is a separate leveling cycle that lasts hundreds and hundreds of additional experience bars. You don’t gain any actual levels or skill points. Rather, Myth Rank points add incremental bonuses to everything from your Hero Stats to your Gun and Melee damage to your Loot Luck and more.

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In this guide, we’ll discuss the best order to spend Myth Rank points and the order you should unlock them.

Best Places to Spend Myth Rank Points in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands

You’ll easily unlock over 200 Myth Rank points before coming close to allocating them to every stat. The various damage increases — Gun, Melee, Crit — have no listed endpoint and can thus be increased indefinitely. They only improve the listed stat by 1% with each upgrade but play long enough, and you could see some serious gains.

Bear in mind that once you spend a Myth Rank Point in one tree, you will move to the next one in clockwise order. To spend two points in a single tree, you need five points total.

Remember also that you don’t have to max out the stats in order of priority. They’re listed as such based on their usefulness and importance for any type of build, first and foremost.

Priority 1: Hero Stats

Your first upgrades to Myth Rank should always be to improve your Hero Stats. There’s a node for each stat, and each point spent is a free point to that Hero Stat. Depending on your starting Class and background, you can focus on certain stats earlier if you want to branch out, but you would do well to increase Strength, Dexterity, and Intelligence as soon as you can.

You’ll naturally unlock new Myth Rank Points as you make your way through the Chaos levels, upgrade your build, and so on, so ensuring you have the highest possible stats early is paramount.

Priority 2: Unlock Every Node on All Trees

Each node in each Myth Rank tree is locked until you spend at least one point in the node preceding it. You’ll need to spend about 40 points to fully unlock each tree. The final node, which connects to both arms of the tree, does not need everything unlocked to activate.

All you have to do is place a point in each of the nodes preceding it, and it will open. Doing so is most important for the Druid Myth Rank tree, as that’s where Loot Luck increases live.

Priority 3: Your Primary Damage Stat and it Augments

At this point, you don’t have to focus solely on any one node. However, you will want to start boosting your primary damage stat and the stats that augment it.

  • Archmage: If you’re a spell build, Spell Damage, Crit Chance, etc.
  • Blademaster: Melee-centric builds will want Melee Damage and Swing Speed
  • Deadeye: If guns are your focus, Damage, Crit Chance, and Crit Damage

Priority 4: Anything else as you please

Many of the remaining stats are nice-to-haves, like Dark Magic damage in the Blademaster tree. They aren’t essential to most builds, though Graveborns will like the extra Dark Magic. Don’t be afraid to put a few in the unlimited categories, as it’s free damage. Once you’ve completed the three higher priority items on this list, where you put your points is up to you.

That’s about everything you need to know about spending Myth Rank points in Tina Tina’s Wonderlands. Unlike Chaos Mode, it’s a much more leisurely process. Like unlocking Class Feats, it’s something you do just by playing the game.

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