seansdibbun May 12 @ 8:41pm
How to Become a Millionaire
This may sound crazy at first, but my brother came up with this very brilliant trick that I'm trying out. How do you make your character a millionaire in Borderlands 2? Keep killing the Warrior over and over again, provided you have the weapons to kill him more quickly. Notice that he spits out a huge amount of dollars, irridium, guns, and so forth after killing him. Grab everything in sight. As for weapons and items, you can sell them. However, do not leave the Warrior's lair. You will not be able to go back that easily if you do. Exit the game completely, go back on, and you will find yourself next to one of Marcus' ammo vending machines in the lair. You can sell items and buy more ammo from there (if picking up all ammo in sight isn't enough).

Understandable that the process itself is long and tedious; but do this, and you'll be rich. Do this, and you will not have to worry so much about all of the money you lose after being brought back to life numerous times.
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rresuggan May 12 @ 8:47pm 
or at start of game in claptraps place fast travel to digistruct peak open door get head sell it, go to lvl3 immediately, open chests for loot or weapons to sell and you have $4000 at start of game
_StanleyTweedle_ May 12 @ 10:22pm 
I used that method of farming him just for Eridium to cap off all the upgrades in my first playthrough. Quite simple and effective.
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NikoFournarakis May 13 @ 12:08am 
Good ideas, thumbs up
Waste_of_skin May 14 @ 5:33am 
Of course there are a number of options like that.

BNK3R drops a fair amount of money and some Eridium, not to mention tons of stuff you can sell, and can be an easy kill, and after you complete the mission, he'll respawn whenever you leave the map and come back (or you can just exit and reload). The Warrior might drop more, but BNK3R is another option.

Once you get above a certain level, you can make a good profit on the Good Touch SMG's. Just tip Moxxi whenever you're in Sanctuary, and sell any you don't want to keep.

If you have a high level character, you can save some high level stuff that you don't want and then pass it to another character to sell. Jakobs Cannons and, to a lesser degree, Dahl Grenadiers are great for that. They are ridiculously valuable.
_StanleyTweedle_ May 14 @ 11:31pm 
I agree with you Waste. BNK3R is just as easy to farm and the risk factor on both is equally minimal once you get to know their behavioral patterns. Corrosive weapons are highly effective on both as well.
N_MAN123 May 14 @ 11:45pm 
goml
lolschrauber May 15 @ 12:40am 
Originally posted by _StanleyTweedle_:
I agree with you Waste. BNK3R is just as easy to farm and the risk factor on both is equally minimal once you get to know their behavioral patterns. Corrosive weapons are highly effective on both as well.

Corrosion is effective on that dude? Good to know x) I usually just get one of those 14-bullets-per-shot-explosive-pistols from torgue dlc.
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ShinkuTear May 15 @ 2:18am 
Originally posted by lolschrauber:
Corrosion is effective on that dude? Good to know x) I usually just get one of those 14-bullets-per-shot-explosive-pistols from torgue dlc.
Bunker is indeed classed as Armored, just like Loader enemies, and thus is weak to Corrosive.
lolschrauber May 15 @ 2:32am 
Originally posted by ShinkuTear:
Originally posted by lolschrauber:
Corrosion is effective on that dude? Good to know x) I usually just get one of those 14-bullets-per-shot-explosive-pistols from torgue dlc.
Bunker is indeed classed as Armored, just like Loader enemies, and thus is weak to Corrosive.

Well, I figured that out, though I think they should fix health bar colors on bosses.
Anyway, you said it's effective on both of those guys, meaning effective on warrior too?
Waste_of_skin May 15 @ 5:24am 
Hmm. It never really occurred to me that the Warrior might be particularly vulnerable to corrosive attacks. I think I've mostly used explosive. It seemed like a good choice, since he kind of looks like he's made out of rock. Oddly enough, the Wiki says that he's resistant to explosive, so I may have been making things harder on myself. Of course, the Wiki could be wrong.
seansdibbun May 15 @ 5:52am 
Originally posted by Waste_of_skin:
Hmm. It never really occurred to me that the Warrior might be particularly vulnerable to corrosive attacks. I think I've mostly used explosive. It seemed like a good choice, since he kind of looks like he's made out of rock. Oddly enough, the Wiki says that he's resistant to explosive, so I may have been making things harder on myself. Of course, the Wiki could be wrong.

That's what I've been using mostly was explosives.
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