Luxin Cannon

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Luxin Cannon
Luxin Cannon.png
Type: Automatic
Quality: C Quality Item.png
Magazine Size: 30
Max Ammo: 600
Reload Time: 1.5s
DPS: 43.8 (not counting small crystals)
Damage: Light Beams: 4.5
24 (Crystal)
+ 5x5 (Small Crystals)
Fire Rate: 0.07
Shot Speed: 60
Range: Infinity.png
Force: 10
Spread: 6
Sell Creep Price: 21 Money.png
Ammonomicon Entry
Rapid fire with a big finale.

This tricky prism requires guile to wield, but with the right lens, fires shreds of solidified light that slice enemies in their path. Falsely rumored to have natural healing abilities.

Luxin Cannon is a gun which rapidly fires small, solidified beams of light at enemies. When the magazine is emptied, the tip of the crystal will be launched. When the crystal strikes a wall, it splits into 5 smaller crystals.

Notes[edit | edit source]

  • Synergy.png Bullet Kiln - If the player has Elder Blank, using it while Luxin Cannon is held gives one Glass Guon Stone, up to a maximum of four.
  • Synergy.png Crystal Horn - If the player has Unicorn Horn, the Luxin Cannon gets three crystal shots at the end of every magazine, and the crystal bursts into many more crystals. Additionally, when an enemy is killed with the Unicorn Horn, they explode into Luxin Cannon projectiles.
  • Synergy.png Noxin Cannon - If the player has Shadow Bullets or Cursed Bullets, Luxin Cannon and its shots turn gray, and the lasers deal 25% more damage.
  • Synergy.png The Return - If the player has Pig, it turns green and shoots fire bats.
  • Prior to the Supply Drop Update, each light beam dealt 3 damage instead of 4.5, and the large crystal dealt 25 damage instead of 24.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • This gun is a reference to The Lightbringer book series by Brent Weeks. The main character's last name is Guile, he is the Prism, Luxin is the name of the solidified light that is used by the magic users of that world, and Lord Omnichrome is a major antagonist of the series.
  • "Falsely rumored to have natural healing abilities" is a reference to crystal healing, a pseudoscientific alternative medicine technique that employs stones and crystals.
  • The Synergy.png The Return synergy is a reference to Ganon from the Legend of Zelda video game series. The synergy being named "The Return" may be a reference to the game-over screen from Legend of Zelda 2: Adventure of Link, which included the line "RETURN OF GANON".

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