Fungun

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Fungun

Fungun.png

Statistics
Health:
1 Oub 2 Abbey 3 4 5/6
15 20 19.5 25 24 27.75 31.5
Location: Black Powder Mine
Oubliette
Ammonomicon Entry

Ammonomicon Fungun.png

Pop Caps
The mushroom child. These myconids have adapted to the Gungeon, launching a deadly cloud of bullets in place of spores.

Often seen in the presence of the significantly more dangerous Spogre.

Funguns are mushroom-like creatures that occasionally release a cloud of bullets. Most of the bullets remain stationary, but some will travel towards the player after a random delay. The bullets will not travel towards the player anymore if their original source is killed. Funguns leave behind a small pool of poison creep upon death and are completely immune to the poison status effect. Their bullets stay in place for a short time even after death.

Spogre[edit | edit source]

Spogre

Spogre.png

Statistics
Health:
1 Oub 2 Abbey 3 4 5/6
60 80 78 100 96 111 126
Location: Black Powder Mine
Oubliette
Ammonomicon Entry

Ammonomicon Spogre.png

Blast Caps
The mushroom parent. Spogres tower over their Fungun children, and their bullet clouds are correspondingly large.

Spogres behave like Funguns, but have more health and release much larger clouds of bullets. They leave behind a smaller cloud of bullets upon death.

Gallery[edit | edit source]

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Their descriptions of mushroom child and mushroom parent are a reference to the mushroom child and mushroom parent enemies from Dark Souls.
  • The Fungun's description "Pop Caps" is likely a reference to the game company PopCap Games, most known for producing Plants vs. Zombies, a game where the player commanded an army of weaponized, sentient plants.

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