Moon orbs are the currency of Tiny Tina’s infinite worlds and they’re used to purchase in game items. It is not difficult to earn moon orbs, but it will take a lot of time. They can also be traded with other players for cards or weapons that make farming even easier. This guide aims to help you maximize your on-going efforts towards wealth accumulation and unlocks new features such as flying mounts!
Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands’ Moon Orbs are a finite resource that are essential to the game’s conclusion. You’ll gather Moon Orbs during the main plot, but there isn’t a consistent and effective method to farm them until the post-campaign grind.
We’ll go over what Moon Orbs do, where you can find them, and how to farm for them in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands in this tutorial.
What Moon Orbs Are and How to Grow Them
You may use Moon Orbs to reroll the Enchantment on your items at the Enchantment Table in Brighthoof or the Chaos Chamber itself. For 2 Moon Orbs, you may use the first reroll on any item of gear you have, enchanted or not.
With each subsequent reroll, the Moon Orb cost doubles, so if you have 4,000 Moon Orbs, the maximum for now, you may reroll 11 times. The basic cost will surpass 4,000 Moon Orbs after the 11th reroll, so unless you can apply the logic of the Outer Gods and reside outside of reality, you’ll only receive 11.
It’s basically just a question of playing the game to get Moon Orbs. They may drop from any opponent, but boss and Badass foes give you more. In the early stages of Chaos Mode, for example, killing Zomboss yields 30-40 Moon Orbs each kill. Other bosses provide nearly comparable rewards.
Completing runs of the Chaos Chamber in Brighthoof is the greatest method to harvest Moon Orbs.
The Chaos Chamber is a randomly generated collection of encounter chambers that concludes in one of the boss fights you’ll meet out in the world. It’s only accessible once you’ve completed the Wonderlands narrative campaign. The boss will appear in the Chaos Chamber even if you haven’t faced it yet.
There are four modes in the chamber:
- Featured: A custom run with the same sequence of foes and final bosses every time. This is the place to go if you want to farm anything particular.
- Normal: A straightforward, random run with no particular modifications that rewards 20% more Crystals, the Chaos Chamber’s money that can be spent on treasure bunnies following a run.
- Extended: As the name implies, this is a longer run with more chambers and hence foes, which gives 20% more Crystals.
- Chaos Trial: A brief run that, once finished, improves your game world’s Chaos Mode modifier, boosting difficulty and rewards.
You’ll finish up with a few hundred to close to a thousand Moon Orbs depending on whatever run you complete. The normal Chaos Chamber run takes 15-25 minutes with unoptimized setups, however with the appropriate configuration, players have completed runs in under eight minutes.
Early on, you’ll want to run Chaos Mode chambers since the greater the Chaos, the more treasure and currency you’ll get. Right now, Chaos Mode is set to 20, giving you a Loot Luck boost of more than 100%. At Chaos 20, enemy health, damage, and other negative elements all grow rapidly, but you should be well prepared.
Moon Orbs are a valuable resource, yet they’re easy to get by in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands. You may have to grind for many variants of the same piece of gear depending on the Enchantment you’re going for. To get the most of your new setup, you may need to respec. You should also keep an eye on our Wonderlands guidelines hub since more is on the way.