Super Space Turtle

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Super Space Turtle

Super Space Turtle.png

Statistics
Type: Passive
Quality: B Quality Item.png
Sell Creep Price: 30 Money.png
Unlock Method: Defeat Blobulord.
Ammonomicon Entry
Hero From Space
This miniscule weapon was wielded by the famous Super Space Turtle, a hero from beyond the stars. It is difficult for a normal human hand to wield, but can still function as a normal gun.

It is best used in the hands of the Super Space Turtle, wherever they may be.

Super Space Turtle is a passive item.

Effects[edit | edit source]

  • Follows the player, firing bullets that deal 5 damage at enemies.

Synergies[edit | edit source]

Notes[edit | edit source]

  • Space Turtle will not attack a Mimic without the player first interacting with the Mimic.
  • Super Space Turtle will not attack any of the multiple bells the Mine Flayer boss spawns.
  • The turtle can attack Gunjurers while they charge up their circle without the bullets being absorbed, making them able to kill the Gunjurer at any time.
  • If the player is in stealth mode, Super Space Turtle will wear a detective outfit.
  • The turtle's bullets count as the player's as far as the Turkey is concerned, allowing you to get free ammo by simply sitting back and letting the turtle attack enemies.
  • The turtle's bullets can be multiplied by the Y.V. shrine's pop effect.
  • Defeating the High Dragun with Super Space Turtle will unlock Turtle Problem.
  • The Synergy.png Super Space Turtle DX synergy makes the Super Space Turtle's gun the unused High Dragunfire synergy.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • The Ammonomicon entry refers to the unused Super Space Turtle's Gun.
  • The Elephant in the Room synergy may be a reference to Discworld's setting, in which four elephants carry the world atop a colossal space turtle.
  • The limitation of 4 Super Space Turtles with the Synergy.png Turtle Solutions synergy may be a reference to the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, who are a group of four.
  • "Space Turtle" itself is likely reference to the Gamera movie franchise. A Japanese Kaiju series about a huge turtle monster defending Earth from evil invading creatures. Very similar to the Godzilla franchise.

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See also[edit | edit source]