Jammomancer

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Jammomancer

Jammomancer.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
Hollow
Resourceful Rat's Lair
Introduced in: Supply Drop Indicator.png
Ammonomicon Entry

Ammonomicon Jammomancer.png

The Lost Art
A practitioner of a forbiddern branch of Ammomancy, these accursed priests can covert a normal denizen of the Gungeon into one of the horrific Jammed.

Jammomancers are rare variants of Gunsingers. They stand still and jam one enemy in the room. Jammed enemies deal 1 full heart of damage, move and shoot faster, deal contact damage if they didn't already, and have triple their normal health.

If the player gets near or attacks a Jammomancer, it will run away and its buff will be interrupted.

If the Jammomancer is the only enemy left in the room, it will charge at the player.

Jamerlengo[edit | edit source]

Jamerlengo

Jamerlengo.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
Forge
Resourceful Rat's Lair
Introduced in: Supply Drop Indicator.png
Ammonomicon Entry

Ammonomicon Jamerlengo.png

Blood Mage
The Jamerlengo is the grotesque pinnacle of Gunsinger magic. These bloated toadies can turn every enemy in a room into a Jammed.

Jamerlengos behave similarly to Jammomancers, but are able to simultaneously jam every other enemy in the room.

Notes[edit | edit source]

  • If every other enemy in the room is already Jammed, then Jammomancers and Jamerlengos will remain still and do nothing.
  • If the player has Silver Bullets, the health increase that Jammomancers and Jamerlengos grant enemies is negated, as Silver Bullets increases damage against jammed enemies.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • The Jamerlengo's name is a pun on "Camerlengo", an office of the Roman Catholic Church.
  • Jammomancers will immediately charge at the player when they're the last enemy left, unlike Gunsingers, Ammomancers, and Jamerlengos, who stand in place beforehand.
  • Jammomancers appear to wear mitre hats with crosshairs on them, similar to Cardinals, while Jamerlengos seem to wear shotgun shell-shaped hats.
  • Prior to Advanced Gungeons and Draguns, the Jamerlengo was the largest enemy that could be pushed into a pit, now second to the Tarnisher.

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