Shadow Bullets

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Shadow Bullets
Shadow Bullets.png
Type: Passive
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Ammonomicon Entry
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Fires additional projectiles.

These umbral bullets hide in the shadows of other bullets, waiting for the right time to strike.

Shadow Bullets is a passive item and a bullet upgrade.


  • Firing a weapon has a 15% chance to fire an additional projectile.


  • Synergy.png Chain Lightning - If the player has Shock Rounds, the range that Shock Rounds can connect bullets is increased, and lightning can connect to enemy bullets.
  • Synergy.png Gruber's Bane - If the player has Backup Gun, Backup Gun has a 100% chance of firing shadow bullets.
  • Synergy.png Kage Bunshin - If the player has Decoy, using Decoy spawns a shadow clone of the player that mirrors their movements and fires towards the crosshair whenever the player fires.
  • Synergy.png Mr. Shadow - If the player has Zorgun, its shadow bullets will become random explosives.
  • Synergy.png Noxin Cannon - If the player has Luxin Cannon, it turns gray and its lasers deal 25% more damage.
  • Shadow Bullets will maintain their original trajectory even if the player has another bullet modifier that could change it, such as Helix Bullets or Remote Bullets. However, bullets created by Synergy.png Gruber's Bane can be guided with Remote Bullets.


  • The tag line refers to a gunplay technique used by soldiers and assassins in real life to ensure that a downed opponent stays down. This technique, also known as the Mozambique Drill, involves shooting the enemy once in the head and twice in the chest at point-blank range.
  • The Kage Bunshin effect refers to a Jutsu technique from Naruto.
  • Umbral bullets is a technique used by the Umbra witches in Bayonetta


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