Origuni

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Origuni
Origuni.png
Statistics
Type: Semiautomatic
Quality: C Quality Item.png
Magazine Size: 8
Max Ammo: 300
Reload Time: 1.2s
DPS: 22.5 (Manual, assuming each shot only hits enemies once)
20.8 (Automatic, assuming each shot only hits enemies once)
Damage: 7.5
Fire Rate: 0.21 (Manual)
0.24 (Automatic)
Sell Creep Price: 21 Money.png
Unlock Method: Purchase from Ox and Cadence for 6 Hegemony Credit.png.
Ammonomicon Entry
Thousand Cuts
This gun, incredibly enough, has been folded entirely out of paper.

Only a true master gunsmith could create something this elegant.

Origuni is a gun that fires piercing paper planes that have the Remote Bullets effect and follow the player's crosshair.

Notes[edit | edit source]

  • Synergy.png Blade Runner - If the player also has Deck4rd, magazine size of both guns is increased by 50%.
  • Synergy.png Paperwork - If the player also has the Ballot or any Table Tech item (Blanks, Heat, Money, Rage, Rocket, Shotgun, Sight, or Stun), the first shot after reloading will fire three planes.
  • Synergy.png Paper Lanterns - If the player has Balloon Gun, while holding either gun in a room with enemies, paper lanterns periodically spawn, which drift towards enemies and deal damage.
  • Synergy.png Parchmental - If the player has picked up a Map at any point during the run, the gun changes appearance and two planes are fired per shot. This lasts for the rest of the run even though the Map only lasts for one floor.
    • Saving and quitting will remove this synergy unless another Map is picked up.
  • If the player has Helix Bullets, the gun will not follow the crosshair.
    • If the player also has the Synergy.png Parchmental synergy, the planes will tightly follow the same path, and it will only shoot 2 planes instead of the expected 4.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • The name of the gun comes from origami, the Japanese art of paper-folding.
  • The synergy Synergy.png Blade Runner is a reference to the movie of the same name, in which origami has significance on the plot.
  • The tagline "Thousand Cuts" is a reference to the Asian-origin form of torture of the same name, also known as 'ling-chi'.

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