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Borderlands 2 Moxxi Slot Machines Odds Probabilities Statistics; Borderlands 2: Moxxi Slot Machines Odds Probabilities the Slot Machines from Borderlands 2 at. Borderlands 2. All Discussions Screenshots Artwork Broadcasts Videos News Guides Reviews At Moxxi's Bar, will the Slot Machines drop Legendarys for any level? Sep 18, · For Borderlands 2 on the PlayStation 3, a GameFAQs Answers question titled "Slot machine glitch in Sanctuary?"%(25).
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The cost of a spin on any slot machine appears to scale to storyline progress and playthrough. Besides, if it is that easy getting the Oranges then the game loses all its meaning and becomes awfully boring. I've personally upgraded my guns at least 6 times and earned around 40 Iridium at a net loss of only 35k or so since I've been earning about half of what I spend back from jackpots. I don't suppose the machine on One Armed Bandits has different odds or does anyone know? I just got an orange weapon for getting three Borderlands logos in a row.
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Slot machine glitch in Sanctuary? Alright, Earlier this morning I was in a friends lobby duplicated a couple items for him when some guy joins, the guy imediatly heads towards the slot machines and hes winning Orange weapons Three borderlands symbols every single time.
He told us it was a glitch but wouldn't say how to do it. Their used to be a glitch when you would shoot the slot machine and it would do all vault symbols, O those were the times. Apparently I heard it from people posting youtube videos about this too. The reason they don't wanna publicize it is because if gearbox found out, they would probably patch it.
Therefore, I don't know how to find this glitch out really. It's their dirty little secret. It wouldn't be the 1st time a game got hacked. Be careful if you plan on using the "glitch" because this can get you flagged in Gearbox servers and be banned for life from playing online. Besides, if it is that easy getting the Oranges then the game loses all its meaning and becomes awfully boring. On the other hand you can always use the totally safe method to get all the legendaries from Torgue vending machines with only tokens.
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I know there's at least three gambling locations. Two are located in Sanctuary in Mad Moxxi's place , and 1 other is found in the Holy Spirits highlands. I'm curious if there's actually any other gambling machines out in Pandora. Further, you will sometimes stumble upon One-armed bandits.
These enemies carry slot machines on their back. When killed, they will fall over and the slot machine will be playable. If you have the newest DLC, Mr. You can occasionally come across enemies with a gambling machine on their back - when you kill them you can play the machine - that's the only other 'location' I know about, but I'm only up to the Holy Spirits tavern myself.
I have run into three one-armed bandits in playthrough 1 and zero in playthrough 2 sadly. The first was in Fleshstick's camp, the second was in The Fridge just before the cliff above the cristalisks , and the third was in Sawtooth Cauldren while doing the side mission for raising the flags he was in the last flag camp.
I have found the cost of the slot machines the one-armed bandits carry to be the same as all the others and the odds of a useful payout or a legendary to be exactly the same as well. The cost of a spin on any slot machine appears to scale to storyline progress and playthrough.
So a lv 50 that was power-leveled from 1 to 50 in another players campaign but never completed their own campaign in playthrough 1 will be able to play the slots in sanctury when they first arrive for next to nothing whereas a lv 20 that would likely have only just reached The Fridge or perhaps sanctuary after it starts flying, would be paying upwards of or a spin possibly more it's been a while since i was lv By the end of playthrough 2 it's in the thousands of dollars a spin and very rarely are you going to find something better than what you have gotten from killing bosses.
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