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Glass Guon Stone
Glass Guon Stone
Type: Passive
Sell Creep Price: 5 Money
Unlock Method: Use a glass shrine.
Introduced in: Supply Drop Indicator
Ammonomicon Entry
Fleeting Defense
Blocks projectiles, but shatters if its owner is wounded.

A gift from the Lady of Pane.

Gungeoneers who say a prayer to this silly goddess receive her blessing of three Glass Guon Stones.

Glass Guon Stone is a passive item and a Guon Stone.

Effects[ | ]

  • Orbits the player, blocking enemy shots on contact.
  • Breaks if the player takes damage.

Notes[ | ]

  • Synergy Max Pane - If the player also has Glass Cannon, if hit, the Glass Guon Stone will be destroyed, losing the synergy, but the gun will keep its ammo. Also changes appearance while active.
  • The Synergy Bullet Kiln synergy grants a Glass Guon Stone whenever Elder Blank is used, up to a maximum of 4.
    • This can be circumvented by dropping Glass Guon Stones until the player only has 3 and using Elder Blank, though this may require wasting a charge of Elder Blank outside of combat due to the difficulty in dropping items during combat.
  • The player can have multiple Glass Guon Stones. There is no limit on the maximum number of Glass Guon Stones the player can have at once.
    • If the player were to theoretically acquire 18 or more Glass Guon Stones at once, the ring created would block all incoming enemy bullets, effectively making the player immune to projectile damage
  • Using a Glass Shrine grants three Glass Guon Stones.
  • Glass Guon Stones share the same orbit as other Guon Stones (aside from the Blue one). They can help bolster your defense by shrinking the gaps in between your other stones.
  • Once unlocked, they are sold regularly next to the blanks in the shop and can drop upon completing a room.
  • As of the Advanced Gungeons & Draguns Update, Dropped Glass Guon Stones cannot be stolen by the Resourceful Rat.
  • Trading health to the Vampire for shells does not shatter Glass Guon Stones.
  • Can sometimes be found in Secret Rooms even before being unlocked.

Trivia[ | ]

  • The Glass Guon Stone, like all the other guon stones, is based on the Ioun Stones, popularized by Dungeons and Dragons.
  • The "Lady of Pane" in the item's description may be a reference to the "Lady of Pain" from the Planescape setting of Dungeons and Dragons.
  • The "Max Pane" synergy might be a reference to the Max Payne videogame series made by Remedy Entertainment

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