Bloody Eye

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Bloody Eye

Bloody Eye.png

Statistics
Type: Passive
Quality: B Quality Item.png
Sell Creep Price: 30 Money.png
Unlock Method: Purchase from Ox and Cadence for 7 Hegemony Credit.png.
Ammonomicon Entry
Slower Enemy Bullets
Slows enemy projectiles.

This intoxicating substance grants the user vision that slows down enemy bullet speeds. Gun Cultists use it in their dark rituals, hoping to gain the favor of the Order of the True Gun.

Bloody Eye is a passive item.

Effects[edit | edit source]

  • Decreases enemy bullet speed by 15%.

Notes[edit | edit source]

  • Synergy.png Fear the Old Blood - If the player has Trick Gun, its reload time is decreased by 33% and its fire rate is increased by 20%.
  • Synergy.png Hidden Tech Time - If the player has Table Tech Sight, flipping a table briefly stops time.
  • Synergy.png Tears of Blood - If the player has Tear Jerker, its shots become red and inflict slow. This may also be a reference to to The Binding of Isaac, where several items turn the player's tears into blood.
  • Synergy.png Venom Veins - If the player has Mutation, it poisons enemies.
  • Bloody Eye and Liquid Valkyrie have a hidden interaction that increases enemy bullet speed by 10%, resulting in an overall 25.2% reduction instead of the expected 32%.
  • This item can be counterproductive; since bullets are slower than usual, the time the bullets are in midair is increased, meaning the player can run into bullets that would have already disappeared without Bloody Eye. This is noticeable when fighting Old King while he does his spinning attack; the bullets move slower at the same spread, making it harder to navigate through the gaps. The same applies to Liquid Valkyrie.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • This item's name, appearance and effects are a reference to a drug named Red Eye in Cowboy Bebop which, when taken, could heighten the user's reaction time to the point where they perceive time in slow motion.
  • The synergy Fear The Old Blood is a reference to the game Bloodborne, known for its use of blood vials and "trick" weapons. The name of the synergy is a quote from the game.

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