Battle Standard

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Battle Standard

Battle Standard.png

Type: Passive
Quality: D Quality Item.png
Sell Creep Price: 16 Money.png
Unlock Method: By the end of a floor, have two companions at once.
Introduced in: Supply Drop Indicator.png
Ammonomicon Entry
Set Your Own!
Improves the effectiveness of companions and charmed enemies.

Before the advancement of Gundead society, belligerent bands of Bullet Kin would rally around these banners before their raids upon the upper chambers.

Battle Standard is a passive item.

Effects[edit | edit source]

  • Increases the damage of companions and charmed enemies by 80%.
  • Increases the duration of the charm effect.
  • Increases the chance of finding companions.

Notes[edit | edit source]

  • Having the Clown Mask along with the Drill and/or the Loot Bag will unlock this item.
  • Doesn't increase Dog's chance of finding pickups.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • This item, when picked up, appears on the character's back, making it one of the few passive items that affects the character's model.
  • This item may be a reference to the game Diablo III, where the player can create a banner and carry it on their back.
  • This item may also be a reference to the game Guild Wars 2, where warriors can equip a red banner of the same name, that supports allies.
  • This item may also be a reference to the game Risk of Rain, which features an item called "Warbanner" that emits an aura increasing attack and movement speed.
  • This item may also be a reference to the Warhammer 40,000 game series, which features commanders wearing battle standards to increase morale of fellow space marines, increasing their damage in the process
  • This item may also be a reference to the removed "Banner of Command" item from League of Legends, which was similarly used to increase the damage and health of a minion.
  • Battle standards were carried by numerous armies throughout history. This item most likely a reference to typical standard thought to be carried by Roman legions.

See also[edit | edit source]