But, with that aside, it was fairly smooth sailing the rest of the way, when I found out that this:Isn't true. Endgame spoil:
One of the Warrior's potential Legendary drops is a Maliwan-made Spike shield named The Impaler. (Vlad would be proud.) Rather than reflecting damage onto those who attack you in melee, The Impaler launches ranged attacks towards those who shoot you with bullets.
Mine's Corrosive, for extra Loader-smiting goodness; not sure if it can spawn as the other elements or not.
Mine (from playthrough 1) is also corrosive, but:
It's not instead of melee attacks, it reflects massive amounts of spike damage to anything that ever attacks you.
Originally Posted by Deophaun
It doesn't so much as demean the celestial monkey's existence, so much as fulfill it. Without the ability to be summoned to set off traps, retrieve objects from dangerous situations, and all and all be a party's guinea pig, the Celestial Monkey would languish in obscurity in the MM and do nothing more legendary than eat celestial bananas.