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Lich's Eye Bullets
Lich's Eye Bullets.png
Statistics
Type: Passive
Quality: 1S Quality Item.png
Sell Creep Price: 54 Money.png
Unlock Method: Unlock The Gunslinger.
Introduced in: AFTA Indicator.png
Ammonomicon Entry
Iron Sights
Once used by the lord of the Sixth Chamber as prosthetic eyes, though that may have been only for show.

This pair of rounds radiates unfathomable magical power.

Lich's Eye Bullets is a passive item. The Gunslinger starts with this item.

Effects[]

  • Makes all guns act as if they have all of their synergies with other items or guns.

Notes[]

  • Certain synergies will not be simulated with Lich's Eye Bullets, or have additional requirements for being simulated.
    • Some two-component synergies that require both guns/items to function, as opposed to one or the other simply being in the player's inventory, will not be simulated. Examples and exceptions include:
      • Dual-wielding synergies such as Synergy.png The Submachinist will not be simulated. However, if a dual-wielding synergy also gives additional benefits, such as with Synergy.png Trigger Twins, the bonuses will still be granted.
      • Synergy.png Rubenstein's Monster will not be simulated.
      • The 38 Special's Synergy.png Detective Mode synergy would still need the player to acquire the Badge for the policeman to show the contents of chests.
      • If the player has Jolter, Synergy.png There Is Only War will be simulated and the player will have a floating Demon Head while holding Jolter even if the player does not also have the Demon Head.
    • Synergies that require 3 or more guns/items will only count Lich's Eye Bullets as one of the synergy's components, and more will need to be collected for the synergy.
    • Synergies that cause guns to transform may override the effects of other synergies. Examples include:

Trivia[]

  • Possible reference to Clint Eastwood's "Deadeye" as the Lich is the lord over the dead.
  • Nod to the fact that The Gunslinger & Lich both have bullets as prosthetic eyes.
  • Possible reference to Urza's Eyes from Magic: The Gathering; two powerstones acting as the source of his near omnipotence.
  • This item appears on the win screen after defeating the Lich, in a pile of ashes.
  • Possibly a reference to Acererak the Demilich from Dungeons & Dragons, who has magic soul gems instead of eyes.

See also[]

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