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Bosses are strong enemies found at the end of every floor in The Gungeon. Defeating a boss allows the player to advance to the next floor.

Upon being killed, bosses drop a weapon or item of random quality, several Hegemony Credits, and one to three pickups such as hearts, ammo, or keys. Bosses will always drop a gun if the player has not yet picked up a gun on the current floor. If a boss from one of the five main floors is defeated without getting hit, they will drop a Master Round as well. Clearing a boss without getting hit will also cause it to drop doubled Hegemony Credits.

Keep of the Lead Lord[edit | edit source]

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Bullet King Gatling Gull Trigger Twins

Gungeon Proper[edit | edit source]

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Ammoconda Beholster The Gorgun

Black Powder Mine[edit | edit source]

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Cannonbalrog Mine Flayer Treadnaught

Hollow[edit | edit source]

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High Priest Kill Pillars Wallmonger

Forge[edit | edit source]

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High Dragun

Secret Bosses[edit | edit source]

Black Powder Mine[edit | edit source]


Gungeon Proper, Black Powder Mine, and Hollow[edit | edit source]

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Door Lord

Oubliette[edit | edit source]


Abbey of the True Gun[edit | edit source]

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Old King

Resourceful Rat's Lair[edit | edit source]

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Resourceful Rat

R&G Dept.[edit | edit source]

Cam Clarke as Agunim

The Past[edit | edit source]

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Black Stache Dr. Wolf's Monster
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HS Absolution Interdimensional Horror
Agunim.png Cannon.png The Last Human.png
Agunim Cannon The Last Human

Bullet Hell[edit | edit source]


Notes[edit | edit source]

  • When the player enters the past, they will lose their items and guns, but will keep blanks and armor.
  • Every boss has a DPS (damage per second) cap as a way of stopping players from dealing high amounts of damage over a short time, so guns with high fire rate or high damage can't destroy bosses in seconds.