Borderlands 3 has remained a firm favorite in the looter shooter books, even though it’s been a bit since it’s release and we have some real giant launches coming up. Thanks to Gearbox’s meticulously crafted Halloween extravaganza and more, there’s still plenty for Vault Hunters to look forward to. Check out our Moar Linoge Borderlands 3 guide if you’re pistol-hunting for this weapon in particular now that you’re all done trick-or-treating.
Moar Linoge Borderlands 3 Guide – How to Get This Pistol
So, you think you might want the Moar Linoge pistol. Or maybe you’re on the fence. In any regard, here’s a little run down on the thing. The Moar Linoge is a Legendary Pistol which has a pretty decent special weapon effect called “My name is Legion, for we are many” – after you use an action skill, the fire rate and the reload speed of your weapon will increase. Of course, the real draw here is that the bullets ricochet. Yes. Even if you can’t shoot your way out of a paper bag, they ricochet, so you’re at least guaranteed to clip something and do damage to it. Pretty handy!
Now, you might be thinking to yourself, “Do I get this weapon from some kind of event?”. The answer to that is a resounding no. You don’t even have to hunt down some tiny chest in the middle of nowhere that’s perched on top of a giant skag to get it, nor do you have to complete an overly-complicated questline that will take you a day. However, this is a totally random drop from any loot source in the world. We’re talking bosses, a crate kicking around out back, and anything that drops something in-world.
In our opinion, getting the Moar Linoge Borderlands 3 pistol is probably the easiest if you’re dedicated to farming a particular boss. At this point in the release cycle of the game, most of us could probably take down Graveward with a sneeze, so check out our guide for that.
Now that you have some tips on how to pick up this Legendary weapon, why not have a gander at some advice that we’ve gathered together for aspiring Vault Hunters like yourself? These guides might be up your alley: