Corsair

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Corsair

Corsair.png

Statistics
Type: Charged
Quality: C Quality Item.png
Magazine Size: 1
Max Ammo: 200
Reload Time: 0.5s
Damage: 10 (bullet)
40 (explosion)
Fire Rate: 0
Shot Speed: 26
Range: Infinity.png
Force: 25
Spread: 5
Sell Creep Price: 21 Money.png
Ammonomicon Entry
Plot A Course
Circumnavigates the room, then explodes.

Many years ago, Gungeon mariners used wind to propel their bullets instead of combustion. The trips would take so long to cross a room that the bullets would sometimes mutiny and change course entirely.

Corsair is a gun that fires slow-moving bullets that accelerate and bounce around the room. The bullets curve towards enemies, and explode when they reach the end of their lifespan.

Notes[edit | edit source]

  • Synergy.png Black Flag - If the player also has Grappling Hook or Serious Cannon, each Corsair shot will periodically fire two bouncing cannonballs perpendicular to itself as it travels.
  • Synergy.png Swift Sloop - If the player also has Sense of Direction, increases Corsair's shot speed by 50%, decreases its charge time by 33%, and decreases its reload time by 20%.
  • Synergy.png Three Sheets - If the player also has Balloon Gun, movement speed is increased, the damage of both guns is doubled, and their bullets travel 20% faster.
  • Synergy.png Unsinkable - If the player has Glacier, Corsair fires exploding Titanic ships.
  • Prior to the Supply Drop Update, the bullets did not curve.
  • If the player has Homing Bullets, Corsair shots have a chance to circle around enemies, rapidly damaging them. The bullets will disappear after a fixed amount of time (2-3 minutes) or after hitting too many obstacles, but will usually persist until the room is cleared.
  • If the player has iBomb Companion App, Corsair shots can be detonated manually to make them explode, which deals 40 damage to enemies near the X it creates.
  • Gunjurers can’t absorb Corsair shots.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • "Corsair" is a common name for a pirate or a privateer operating on the high seas, especially ones operating along the southern coast of the Mediterranean in the 16th–18th centuries who were often slavers.

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