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    Version: 1.01 | Updated: 11/16/09 | Search Guide | Bookmark Guide

    by Jerryn Hur
    mrjhwar@hotmail.com(feel free to e-mail me comments, suggestions, questions.
    I may not always reply because of laziness, but I'll try my best.)
    version	1.01 (11/16/09)
    Copyright 2009 Jerryn Hur
    The most updated version of the guide will always be found on www.gamefaqs.com.
    Other websites may host my guide only if they are willing to update the guide
    -=Table of Contents=-
    Version History    <ver1>
    Introduction       <int1>
    Tips               <tip1>
    Walkthrough        <wal1>
       Arid Badlands   <wal2>
       Dahl Headland   <wal3>
       New Haven       <wal4>
    Enemies            <ene1>
    Classes            <cla1>
       Hunter          <cla2>
       Soldier         <cla3>
    Weapons            <wea1>
    Loots              <loo1>
    Conclusion         <con1>
    Credits            <cre1>
    To find a section, press Ctrl + F and type in whatever is in <>
    =========================Version History <ver1>=========================
    Version 1.01 (11/16/09)
    -Added a bit more for quest "Reactivate the ECHO Comm System"
    -Added a bit of decription for Siren
    -Altered my opinions on some hunter skills to reflect how you can call back
    bloodwing early by pressing use skill button
    -Added a bit more for last boss
    -Added use for vehicle mounted machine gun
    -Other minor fixes
    Version 1.0 (11/12/09)
    =========================Introduction <int1>=========================
    Hi, welcome to my guide for Borderlands. I found Borderlands to be a really fun
    RPG/FPS hybrid. I'm writing this guide without the use of specific class skills
    so anybody can follow it. I only played Hunter and Soldier so I can't comment
    on how each class should tackle each situations of the game. This guide is
    written based off my experiences while playing the game so there are bound to
    be some things that aren't exactly right. Also, I'm only going to comment on
    particularly hard parts. Still, I hope you find this guide helpful.
    =========================Tips <tip1>=========================
    -I found that the best way to level was to do quests. If for some reason you
    need to level another way, you're going to have to go around killing enemies or
    try doing achievements.
    -A good way to get money is to do quests and pick up and sell expensive gear.
    It might be worth opening small containers for pocket change early on but it's
    generally a waste of time. There is a better way for money once you reach a
    certain point in the game and this is described in the loots section of this
    -Use the map and the compass. If you know how to use them, you won't have a
    problem getting to the location where the quest is done.
    -Jumping and strafing is your friend when going against skags. So is fire or
    corrosive weapons.
    -When shooting something at a distance, you will have to lead a bit. It will
    take a bit of practice but it is possible to hit someone moving at a distance
    if you can lead the shot properly.
    -Keep a lookout for colored barrels. They are very dangerous. If they are in
    your path, be sure to destroy them so they don't blow up near you when enemies
    shoot you. Of course they are also very good at killing enemies so try to use
    them against them instead of wasting them.
    -If you find yourself taking too much damage or taking too long to kill regular
    enemies, it's most likely your level. Your gear and weapons should be fine as
    long as you continued to look for improvements during your play.
    -If you're going against something tough, leave the weaklings alone so you can
    use them to get second wind. Don't die too many times in a row though as you
    won't get the chance to do second wind if you do.
    -If you can, you can use your vehicle to weaken tough enemies and take them out
    on foot so you get all the experience you're supposed to get.
    -It is possible to critical hit with melee by using it on the right spot.
    -The vehicle mounted machine gun that replaces the rocket launcher actually has
    a use. Even though it is inaccurate, it can hit enemy vehicles pretty well.
    Even though it does less damage than the rocket launcher, it's better at
    hitting enemy vehicles with lock on so you can focus on dodging. This is
    especially useful in small areas like Mad Mel's arena.
    =========================Walkthrough <wal1>=========================
    Some of these quests are not be needed to complete the game. If you follow this
    guide, you shouldn't have to do any grinding. I separated the quests by the
    general area you are in when you receive the quests. You can search specific
    quests by pressing Ctrl + F and typing the quest name with = to each side. For
    example, =Quest Name=. If it's not here, it's a side quest I didn't do.
    ====================Arid Badlands <wal2>====================
    You first choose a class you want to play. Hunter is a class that uses sniper
    rifles and pistols well and has an ability that sends out a bird to does decent
    damage. I'm not sure what Siren is all about. According to t0k0l0v3r:
    the siren class: basically the stealthy type. her power lets her become
    completely invisible and run twices as fast as sprinting for a set amount of
    time. this causes all fire upon your character to stop completely. nice for
    making a quick escape. also there are small explosions aroung the siren when
    she enters and exits this invisibility mode. she gets HUGE bonuses for
    elemental weapnory (except explosive)
    Soldier can drop a turret that attacks enemies, provides cover, and heals and
    supplies allies. He can also improve his resilience and bullet damage of all
    guns. Brick is a tank that can take a lot of damage and do a lot of melee
    damage. He can improve explosive weapons. After you choose your class, you
    start your first quest.
    ==========Fresh Off The Bus==========
    Level 2
    Before going any further, you can go on roof of the Motel to the left for some
    loot. To get on the roof, go behind it, go up the stairs and jump up the big
    engine and then the weird plating on the wall. On the roof, you should see a
    big red container you can open. It should have some guns and ammo in it.
    Follow the Claptrap and get familiar with the game. You can open all the little
    containers but most will only contain some money and ammo. Big containers are
    the ones with useful guns and gear in them. The enemies you encounter are
    pretty easy. Aim for their heads for critical damage. When you level up, the
    quest will be done and the next quest will start.
    ==========The Doctor Is In==========
    Level 2
    Rewards: 48 XP
    Easiest quest ever? Do I even have to say anything? Next quest....
    ==========Skags At The Gate==========
    Level 2
    Rewards: 144 XP, $313
    Yay, finally get to get out to the open world...! Or not. One more quest before
    you can get out. After finishing "Claptrap Rescue," kill the skags just outside
    and turn this quest in at Zed to get the next quest.
    ==========Claptrap Rescue==========
    Level 2
    Rewards: 72 XP
    Get repair kit by using map, use on Claptrap. Next.
    ==========Fix'er Upper==========
    Level 2
    Rewards: 192 XP
    Go out of town and go left to find the power coupling. Easy skags that you can
    avoid if you want. Come back to Zed, install the power to the vending machine,
    buy the best shield available, then turn in for the next quest. You can also
    finally sell junk you have.
    ==========Blinding Nine-Toes==========
    Level 2
    Rewards: 480 XP, $313
    Use the map to get to the location southwest of town. If you get hurt, find
    cover to let the shield recharge. There is a big red container in the middle
    of that village. After killing 8 bandits, head back and turn the quest in for
    the next one.
    ==========Nine-Toes: Meet T.K. Baha==========
    Level 3
    Rewards: 90 XP
    Use map, talk to Baha for next quest.
    ==========Nine-Toes: T.K.'s Food==========
    Level 2
    Rewards: 480 XP, $313
    Simple quest. Either kill skags then take the meat or just run like hell and
    nab all the meat. Using the compass will make it easy to spot the meats. Turn
    in and get next quest. 
    ==========Got Grenades?==========
    Level 2
    Rewards: 48 XP
    A very easy fetch quest. New vending machines are now available. Their contents
    refresh every 20 minutes. I suggest buying a gun if it has greater than 90
    accuracy so you can get easy headshots. Get the grenades, turn in, and get next
    ==========Nine-Toes: Take Him Down==========
    Level 4
    Rewards: 2880 XP
    First tough quest and boss of the game. Get to the detonator, blow up wall and
    get into Skag Gully. Use map to get the gun stash and then get to where
    Nine-Toes is at. Boy is he tough. He himself is not bad but his two skag pets
    make things really hard. It will be a good idea to get to level 5 so you can
    use your active skill to help out.
    I defeated him at first playthrough 2 times. First time I killed him fast with
    headshots with a sniper rifle then slowly but surely defeated the skags while
    avoiding their attacks by jumping around. I did this as a level 5 hunter. The
    bloodwing did okay damage to the boss and that was it. Second time I did it as
    a level 4 soldier. I had to hide behind a shelf in Nine-Toes' room to recharge
    my shield. The skags got stuck and I was able to snipe Nine-Toes to death with
    a 90+ accuracy pistol. Then the skags were easy targets.
    Pick up The Clipper after Nine-Toes dies. The fire damage can come in handy
    later. There is a big red chest in Nine-Toes' room and a big white chest to the
    top right. Head back to Baha and turn in and get the next quest.
    ==========Nine-Toes: Time To Collect==========
    Level 7
    Rewards: 108 XP, $2210, Grenade Mod
    Go to Zed, turn in, next quest.
    ==========Job Hunting==========
    Level 7
    Rewards: 108 XP
    Turn in. Get both quests.
    Level 7
    Rewards: 108 XP
    Turn in, get next quest.
    ==========T.K. Has More Work==========
    Level 10
    Rewards: 360 XP, $776
    Turn in, get both quests.
    ==========T.K.'s Life And Limb==========
    Level 7
    Rewards: 4320 XP, $2210, Shotgun (T.K.'s Wave)
    Head to Skag Gully, pick up the green thing on the bench to get another quest,
    stock up on ammo, then head to the waypoint. Even though it looks like you can
    take a shortcut on the map, that shortcut is not useable until you beat Scar.
    While heading to the waypoint, take the northern path at the fork. You should
    see a green tape recorder next to 2 dead bodies. Pick it up and continue to the
    There you should see a big skag named Scar. He is just like any other
    Skag except with more health. I found him pretty easy. Just jump and strafe
    around to avoid his and others' attacks and kill him. Pick up the green leg and
    get the big red chest behind Scar. Read the next quest.
    ==========Why Are They Here?==========
    Level 10
    Rewards: 4320 XP, $1552
    You picked this up during "T.K.'s Life And Limb" quest. You also got one of the
    recorders already. Now go to the waypoint to pick up the last recorder. Also
    get the big red chest near there. If you didn't follow this walkthrough, head
    to the other recorder and pick that up. Read the next quest.
    ==========By The Seeds Of Your Pants==========
    Level 9
    Rewards: 1980 XP, $1386, Sniper Rifle
    Stock up on ammo and head to the waypoint. This might be a good time to
    consider getting weapon ammo capacity upgrade for ones that you use. This might
    be tough if you're not at least level 7. Remember to keep strafing and jumping
    to avoid their attacks. They are weak against fire if you kept The Clipper from
    Nine-Toes and they take critical damage if shot into their mouths when they
    roar like an idiot.
    Just keep following your compass to get the next seeds. If you find
    yourself running out of ammo, try looking in the green piles of vomit. At the
    end, there should be a big red container. Finally, head back to Arid Badlands
    and turn in 2 quests to Baha and this quest to Fyrestone Bounty Board.
    ==========Bone Head's Theft==========
    Level 10
    Rewards: 4320 XP, $1552
    Head to the waypoint using the narrower path. Head up the first stairs you see.
    No one should come up to you. You should be able to safely snipe everyone away
    while recharging your shield by crouching behind the rail guard if needed. After
    that, go get the big white chest in the back and head back to the Catch-A-Ride
    dispenser and turn this in and get the next quest.
    ==========The Piss Wash Hurdle==========
    Level 10
    Rewards: 720 XP
    Finally, a vehicle. For now, get the rocket launcher. The machine gun is good
    against other vehicles but it can't hit anything smaller even at close range.
    Head to the waypoint. On the way, you should see a ramp. Get on and use the
    boosters to get the other side. Then, head to the next waypoint and run
    over or blow up the enemies there. Turn this quest in at the gate switch and
    get the next quest.
    ==========Return To Zed==========
    Level 10
    Rewards: 720 XP, $1552, Weapon Slot
    What he said. Yay, more weapon slots! Get next quest.
    *New quests found at the Fyrestone Bounty Board
    Get "Get A Little Blood On The Tires" and "Hidden Journal: The Arid Badlands."
    "Shock Crystal Harvest" can be skipped and I'm skipping it. Up to you if you
    want to do it later.
    ==========Get A Little Blood On The Tires==========
    Level 10
    Rewards: 1152 XP, $2329
    One of those quests that gets done automatically. Just do other quests while
    running things over and this should be done in no time. Turn it in when it is
    as you turn other quests in.
    ==========Hidden Journal: The Arid Badlands==========
    Level 13
    Rewards: 2700 XP, $5454
    Very annoying quest that makes you go all over the place. It's only good
    because you get to listen to the recordings. If you just did "Bone Head's
    Theft," go back there and get the recording while it's clear. Also get the
    second recording which should be easy. The third one you can get while doing
    another quest so you can wait for that or just continue on with this quest. The
    rest is just simple go to the waypoint and pick it ups.
    ==========Sledge: Meet Shep==========
    Level 10
    Rewards: 144 XP
    Waypoint, turn in, get all 3 quests.
    ==========Get The Flock Outta Here==========
    Level 10
    Rewards: 2880 XP, $2329
    Just head to waypoint and keep killing Rakks until you kill 10. It's really
    easy if you use the vehicle. Just make them spawn by approaching, back up, then
    blow them all away with rockets. Read next quest.
    ==========Braking Wind==========
    Level 10
    Rewards: 3023 XP, $2329, Shield
    I love this. 3 quests at the same time in one location. The enemies should be
    easy as long as you take cover once in a while to recover your shield. Follow
    waypoints to get all 3. Read next quest.
    ==========Sledge: The Mine Key==========
    Level 10
    Rewards: 1440 XP
    Go into the house in the middle and turn this in and get next quest. Also, get
    on top of this house and look inside the big red garbage container to get the
    third recorder for the "Hidden Journal: The Arid Badlands" quest. There is also
    a big red container there. Head back to Shep and turn 2 quests in. Head back to
    Fyrestone Bounty Board and turn 2 quests in, get all quests except "Shock
    Crystal Harvest."
    ==========Scavenger: Sniper Rifle==========
    Level 12
    Rewards: 1932 XP, Sniper Rifle
    Head to Arid Hills then to the next waypoint. I would first clear out the area.
    Unfortunately, waypoints don't tell you where each part is. The sniper rifle
    stock is on top of the little hut on the large platform above. The sniper rifle
    barrel is on a table on the large platform. Sniper rifle body is behind a
    little hut on a smaller platform to the right. The sniper rifle sight is below
    the large platform to the left next to a dirty mattress. Once you get them all
    continue to the next quest.
    ==========Sledge: To The Safe House==========
    Level 14
    Rewards: 5760 XP
    Behind the area where you do "Scavenger: Sniper Rifle" is Sledge's Safe House.
    There is a big red container above the portal. Make sure you stock up on ammo
    from the vending machine inside the safe house before you continue. Also, this
    place is really tough if you're not at least level 13. You should be level 13
    by now unless you ran away from many fights. If you're not 13, just grind a bit
    on the enemies outside.
    This place is pretty linear. Pop heads and push on. On your way, you will find
    a Claptrap. Do the Claptrap quest described just below this. Don't forget to
    get the big red container next to the Claptrap. When you reach a fork after
    doing the Claptrap quest, go left for a save spot, big red container, and
    bunch of other containers.
    At the end, you'll be in this huge arena. You'll fight a big boss named Roid
    Raged Psycho and a couple of those midgets with axes. You can either ignore the
    midgets or toss a grenade at them when they're bunched up to kill them all at
    once. Keep running around and keep your distance from Roid Rage and keep
    shooting his head.
    All I saw him do was toss easily avoidable grenades and do a shockwave attack
    that doesn't do too much damage. He is really easy even though he looks tough.
    Once you beat him, head back out.
    ==========Claptrap Rescue: Safe House==========
    Level 14
    Rewards: 960 XP, Backpack SDU
    Go to the waypoint then look up. The repair kit is on a pipe. Get it, turn this
    in, then follow the Claptrap to a room he opens. Open everything in there for
    loot including the lockers. Enjoy the 3 extra bag space!
    ==========The Legend Of Moe and Marley==========
    Level 15
    Rewards: 6120 XP, $4105, Fire Artifact level 1
    Go to the waypoint. You will have to fight 2 skag bosses. One is Moe, the fire
    skag, and the other is Marley, the thunder skag. Try to fight one of them at a
    Moe is the more physical one. He will charge and swipe at you. He also uses a
    fire wave and a fireball attack. The fireball attack drained all my shield and
    put me in critical health in just one hit at level 14 so try to avoid that.
    Shotguns and automatic weapons are the way to go. Focus on aiming his back
    since he takes very little damage in the front.
    Marley mainly launches electricity balls at you and it's not very damaging. He
    is a lengthy but easy kill.
    If you're having trouble, bring them to some bandits to distract them. If you
    still can't beat them, you're going to have to level a bit. I was able to do it
    at level 14 but the fireball attack gave me some trouble.
    After you defeat them, go back to Fyrestone and turn 2 quests in.
    ==========Circle Of Death: Meat And Greet==========
    Level 12
    Rewards: 504 XP
    Go to waypoint, turn in, get next quest.
    ==========Circle Of Death: Round 1==========
    Level 12
    Rewards: 1680 XP, $1947, Shield
    Easy skags. Turn in and get next quest.
    ==========Circle Of Death: Round 2==========
    Level 15
    Rewards: 2652 XP, $4105, Grenade Mod
    Just a bit tougher and more alpha skags. Kill alpha skags with fire damage or
    by shooting their backs. Remember to strafe and jump a lot. Turn in and get
    next quest.
    ==========Circle Of Death: Final Round==========
    Level 18
    Rewards: 4800 XP, $9612, Random Prize
    Same routine but with even more alphas. Even though the game says this is a
    level 18 quest, the skags are level 15 so this can be done at lower levels if
    you're prepared. All you really need is some fire damage to kill the alpha
    skags. I hope you kept The Clipper or some form of fire gun. Turn in when done.
    Finally turn in "Sledge: To The Safe House" at the waypoint and get the next
    *New quests from Shep and Fyrestone Bounty Board: Get "What Hit The Fan" and
    "Scavenger: Combat Rifle."
    ==========What Hit The Fan==========
    Level 13
    Rewards: 2700 XP, $4363
    Very easy quest. Go there on your vehicle and fire rockets at the windmill from
    a distance. Go to next quest.
    ==========Scavenger: Combat Rifle==========
    Level 15
    Rewards: 2346 XP, Combat Rifle
    Head to waypoint. The parts are pretty easy to find. This area also has a high
    leveled big red container which is nice for farming and selling for money. Just
    get it and reload the game to farm it. Turn this and "What Hit The Fan" quest
    in when done.
    ==========Sledge: Battle For The Badlands==========
    Level 17
    Rewards: 9804 XP, $6866, Class Mod
    Stock up on ammo when you zone into the mine. There is a couple of big
    containers inside the buildings on the right side so stick to that side. When
    you reach a big machine gun, aim for the head for a quick easy kill if you have
    a sniper rifle or another accurate gun. If not, be sure to burst it down before
    it recovers health. When you pass the machine gun, you can go left for a big
    container inside a building. Then keep heading to the waypoint. When you get
    there, remember to stock up on ammo and health.
    It's time to fight Sledge. He uses a shotgun that fires 2 burst shots and takes
    awhile to reload. He also does a slam that creates a shockwave. None of them do
    too much damage as long as you keep moving. Use the surroundings to keep
    something between you and him. Time his shotguns shots to attack him while he
    During the fight, bandits will continue to spawn. I find these guys more
    deadlier than the boss, because they prevent you from recharging your shield.
    If you're unlucky, a bad version may spawn as well. Kill the bandits off as
    soon as you can.
    Keep shooting the boss in the head and use grenades. As long as you kill the
    bandits off and stay behind cover, this should be an easy fight. Once you kill
    him, open the big white container for the objective and turn this in to finally
    get your first class mod. Also get the next quest.
    *There are 3 new quests in the Fyrestone Bounty Board but I'm skipping them. Up
    to you if you want to do them.
    ==========Leaving Fyrestone==========
    Level 18
    Rewards: 1200 XP
    Finally a new area. Just head to the waypoint, talk to the Claptrap, zone into
    Dahl Headland, and turn this in to Ernest. Get both quests.
    ====================Dahl Headland <wal3>====================
    Welcome to Dahl Headland. Finally a new place but not much change in scenery.
    Nothing really special about this place except to watch out for vehicle patrols
    if you go through the middle on foot.
    ==========Getting Lucky==========
    Level 18
    Rewards: 2400 XP, $1922, Grenade Mod
    Head to the waypoint. Snipe the enemies and blow up barrels when they are near
    them. After you finish killing them, proceed and more enemies will appear at
    the gate that opens. After that, there will be a bad version of a bruiser
    inside the house. Then go in the house and turn this quest in to Lucky and get
    the next quest.
    ==========Big Game Hunter==========
    Level 20
    Rewards: 5280 XP, $4823, Sniper Rifle
    Go get bait and then place it next to the cave. Here comes Scagzilla. He has a
    couple of attacks. He tries to jump on you which is really easy to dodge. He
    spits a big ball which is kind of hard to dodge but not too damaging. He 
    charges at you which I found really hard to dodge but it's not that damaging.
    He will walk toward you to do swipes. RUN when you see him walk towards you.
    It's not that damaging but he tends to do several swipes at a time. Now the key
    attack to look for is when he looks like he is charging his head up for
    something. This is when he opens his huge vulnerable mouth to do a easily
    dodged beam attack. This is the time to do all your damage into his mouth as it
    will all be critical and let you take him down real fast. This can be done at
    level 18 even though he is level 21. Turn this is when done.
    ==========Powering The Fast Travel Network==========
    Level 20
    Rewards: 2376 XP, $2411
    Take a vehicle to the first waypoint, hit the button, kill the monsters or ride
    to the next waypoint, hit that button, kill the enemies or head to the last
    waypoint. Kill as much as you can with the vehicle or just kill them all on
    foot and activate the last switch. Turn in and get the next quest.
    If you're wondering, the fast travel can be used on the save poles with a use
    button on them. If you look at the map, it will be located in areas with the
    undiscovered(?) or the outpost(monitor) icon.
    ==========Road Warriors: Hot Shots==========
    Level 18
    Rewards: 2400 XP, $1922
    Very easy. Just go out there in the vehicle and start killing patrols with the
    rocket launcher. Just keep moving to dodge their rockets. If you have a hard
    time dodging and shooting them manually with the rocket launcher, try getting
    the machine gun and locking onto them and focus on dodging. Turn in and get
    next quest when done.
    ==========Road Warriors: Bandits Apocalypse==========
    Level 20
    Rewards: 10560 XP, $9646, Weapon Slot
    Worst part of the game if you're playing the PC version. I actually did this
    part the way it was intended only once out of about 10 freaking tries. I was
    able to do it by boosting a lot. I had to kill the patrols with manual aim,
    because the lock on couldn't catch up to their speed. When Mad Mel pops out,
    I lock on to him and do laps around the arena while boosting. It takes awhile,
    but this was the only way I was able to do it legitimately.
    According to t0k0l0v3r, this will be easier if you use machine gun instead of
    the rocket launcher. Unlike the rocket launcher, the machine gun will hit them
    when you lock onto them. I couldn't try this myself for this quest, but I do
    believe it will be quite effective.
    The easier way is to first take out as much as you can on vehicle since you
    have to trigger the event. Then when you die, you will spawn outside. Just kill
    everything from the safety of the ramp. After this crap is over, head over and
    talk to the Claptrap, head to New Haven, turn this in and get the next one.
    ====================New Haven <wal4>====================
    Yay, the famed New Haven! You can farm the 5 big containers on the rooftops for
    money, weapons, and gear. Anyways, let's continue.
    ==========Claptrap Rescue: New Haven==========
    Level 21
    Rewards: 1380 XP, Backpack SDU
    You know the drill. Turn in for more bag space and gain access to one of the 5
    big containers.
    ==========Power To The People==========
    Level 20
    Rewards: 2376 XP, $2411
    Easy quest. Just activate all the power and turn this in.
    ==========Seek Out Tannis==========
    Level 21
    Rewards: 2760 XP, $2700
    Just head to the waypoint. Turn in and get the next quest.
    ==========Meet 'Crazy' Earl==========
    Level 22
    Rewards: 2880 XP, $3025
    Just follow the waypoints, stand back before blowing up the small path, turn
    this in at the floating head behind the door, and get the available 2 quests.
    ==========Get Off My Lawn!==========
    Level 22
    Rewards: 4320 XP, $3025
    Just do the quest below while killing everything and this will be completed on
    its own.
    ==========Today's Lesson: High Explosives==========
    Level 22
    Rewards: 7200 XP, $9075, Grenade Mod
    Get to the waypoint to pick up the charge, get to the next waypoint to set the
    charge, stand back, and get the 2 big red containers that was inside the cage,
    turn 2 quests in at Crazy Earl and get the next quest.
    ==========Hair Of The Dog==========
    Level 23
    Rewards: 4950 XP, $5082
    A straight forward quest. Just get to Treacher's Landing and start killing
    bandits until you get 24 booze. Then fast travel back to Earl, turn this in and
    get both quests.
    *At this point, I was only level 22 so I went back to New Haven to get some
    quests. Go to the bounty board, Helena, and Scooter and get all the quests
    ==========Is T.K. O.K.?==========
    Level 21
    Rewards: 6075 XP, $8102, Grenade Mod
    Fast travel is Fyrestone and go to Baha's house. Check out Baha. You will get
    ambushed by a couple bandits. Either kill them or get out of there before they
    ambush you and continue to the next quest.
    ==========Like A Moth To Flame==========
    Level 21
    Rewards: 8280 XP, $8102, Shotgun (The Blister)
    This is an annoying quest if you don't know what to do. Head to the waypoint
    and note the location of the Catch-A-Ride on the map. Light the torches and run
    to the Catch-A-Ride and take cover. Just pop out to hit Mothrakk and get back
    under to recharge your shield. Do this until it dies. 
    Another thing is that Mothrakk is freaking level 25 even though the quest level
    says 21. Nice trick they pulled off.... As a level 22, it took quite a bit to
    take it down. Up to you if you want to do this at a higher level. Head to New
    Haven, turn 2 quests in, then go to the next quest.
    ==========Corrosive Crystal Harvest==========
    Level 21
    Rewards: 5520 XP, $2700, Corrosive Artifact
    Just do this quest as you do "King Tossing." Shoot the crystals to release 5
    smaller crystals and pick them up. Do this 10 times. Nice and easy.
    ==========King Tossing==========
    Level 21
    Rewards: 5244 XP, $5401, Submachine Gun (The Spy)
    Just get to waypoint. Be sure to find the Claptrap along the way and get the
    quest. Make your way to King Wee Wee. He is pretty easy. He throws his axe, he
    does a small area of effect attack around him, and he swings his axe. All his
    attacks aren't very damaging so just shoot him down.
    He drops a shield that has a hidden property of increasing health and
    replenishing health at a pretty good rate. I found this useful for awhile so
    take it unless you happen to have an even better shield.
    ==========Claptrap Rescue: Tetanus Warren==========
    Level 25
    Rewards: 1380 XP, Backpack SDU
    Just pick the repair kit on the way to King Wee Wee. You have to get on the
    buildings on the other side, jump onto the buildings on the side with the
    repair kit, then carefully jump your way to the repair kit. Turn this in on the
    way back out.
    ==========Missing Persons==========
    Level 24
    Rewards: 1560 XP, $3794
    Just head to waypoint and turn this in and get the available quest.
    ==========Hidden Journal: Rust Commons West==========
    Level 23
    Rewards: 6000 XP, $20328
    Head to waypoint to get the first journal. You will be attacked by Rakanishu, a
    big rakk. You can kill it or just go to the second journal. Then get the third
    journal. Then do the quest "Up To Our Ears" and "Scooter's Used Car Parts"
    before going for the fourth journal. After the fourth journal, do the quest
    "Scavenger: Submachine Gun." Then get the last journal and turn the quests in
    at New Haven.
    ==========Up To Our Ears==========
    Level 21
    Rewards: 5520 XP, $8102, Random Prize
    Head to waypoint but go around to the back by higher ground. Just shoot the 2
    pipes open from the safety of higher ground.
    ==========Scooter's Used Car Parts==========
    Level 21
    Rewards: 4140 XP, $10803
    Clear the area and collect all the parts. Get back to "Hidden Journal: Rust
    Commons West."
    ==========Scavenger: Submachine Gun==========
    Level 23
    Rewards: 3450 XP, Submachine Gun
    Head to waypoint and clear it out. The SMG magazine is inside a tire around the
    middle. SMG Barrel is on top of a large container near the entrance. SMG body
    is on the first floor roof of the building. The SMG Sight is on the broken
    bridge which has to be reached by jumping after getting the SMG body. Get back
    to "Hidden Journal: Rust Commons West" afterwards.
    ==========Middle Of Nowhere No More: Investigate==========
    Level 24
    Rewards: 4680 XP, $3794, Class Mod
    Head to waypoint. Use the bounty board and turn this in at John.
    ==========The Next Piece==========
    Level 25
    Rewards: 6480 XP, $8500
    If you can, get yourself a gun with at least 90 accuracy. Then head to
    waypoint. When you get to the boss, snipe him from where you are. Of course do
    it from cover since he launches triple rockets. It might take a bit of time but
    it should be a piece of cake. Then just head to where the boss was, get the
    next piece, then head back and turn this in and get the next quest.
    ==========Jaynistown: Secret Rendezvous==========
    Level 27
    Rewards: 3480 XP, $5331
    Turn this in at waypoint and get the next quest.
    ==========Jaynistown: A Brother's Love==========
    Level 27
    Rewards: 6264 XP, $10662
    Head to the waypoiny from where Taylor is and go up the ramp. Jump onto the
    rock and start sniping as many as you can. Then go to the waypoint and kill
    Jaynis anyway you like as he is just like a bad version of a bandit. I did this
    at level 25 in case you're wondering. Turn this in at Taylor and get the next
    ==========Jaynistown: Spread The Word==========
    Level 27
    Rewards: 1740 XP
    Fast travel to New Haven, turn this in, and get the next Jaynistown quest.
    ==========Jaynistown: Getting What's Coming To You==========
    Level 27
    Rewards: 4872 XP, $15993
    Head to waypoint and turn this in on the button and get next quest.
    ==========Jaynistown: Unintended Consequences==========
    Level 27
    Rewards: 3480 XP
    You'll get ambushed by bandits. Either kill them or run. Turn this in at Helena
    and get all available quests.
    *It's that time again. I'm at level 25 so time to do some side quests. Get all
    quests from Scooter and New Haven bounty board. Then fast travel to Krom's
    ==========Earl Needs Food...Badly==========
    Level 25
    Rewards: 9720 XP, $21250
    Yay, this place again.... Except you go down the path to the right this time.
    Just follow the waypoint and get the canned meats. Along the way you'll find
    another Claptrap. Get the quest and look below if you need to. When you get to
    your 7th meat, the rest will be where the quest "Two Wrongs Make A Right" is
    ==========Claptrap Rescue: Krom's Canyon==========
    Level 25
    Rewards: 1620 XP, Backpack SDU
    This one's easy since the repair kit is in an area you already cleared. Get on
    the hut near the repair kit and jump towards the repair kit and press use on it
    during the jump to get it. Then just turn this in for more bag space and a big
    red container the Claptrap leads you to.
    ==========Two Wrongs Make A Right==========
    Level 25
    Rewards: 5670 XP, $8500
    Just head here. The boss will crawl out of the cave. He is just like any other
    bad version of a bandit so use the just take cover and take his head. Turn this
    and the other quest at New Haven and Crazy Earl.
    ==========Wanted: Fresh Fish==========
    Level 27
    Rewards: 6920 XP, $21324, Rocket Launcher (Leviathan)
    Just do this while doing the quest "I've Got A Sinking Feeling...." Obviously
    stock up on grenades before you go in.
    ==========I've Got A Sinking Feeling...==========
    Level 27
    Rewards: 17400 XP, $26656, Rocket Launcher
    At the waypoints, shoot the large Jakobs gas tanks at the back of the boats to
    blow them up. Turn the quests in at New Haven.
    ==========Relight The Beacons==========
    Level 27
    Rewards: 10440 XP, $15993
    Fast travel to Middle of Nowhere and head to the waypoint. After getting the
    first beacon, do the quest "Middle Of Nowhere No More: Fuses? Really?,"
    "Middle Of Nowhere No More: Small Favor," and "Jaynistown: Cleaning Up Your
    Mess" described below. Then get the last beacon and turn the quest in.
    ==========Middle Of Nowhere No More: Fuses? Really?==========
    Level 24
    Rewards: 6240 XP, $15178
    At the destination, start opening the green piles of puke until you get 3
    fuses. The enemies here are low level so either ignore them or kill them.
    Turn this in and get next quest.
    ==========Middle Of Nowhere No More: Small Favor==========
    Level 24
    Rewards: 6240 XP, $15178
    Easy quest. Just kill some spiderants and turn this in and get next quest.
    ==========Jaynistown: Cleaning Up Your Mess==========
    Level 29
    Rewards: 13392 XP, $20062
    Make your way towards the waypoint. When you get there, trigger the boss and
    get behind the entrance wall. Stay here and take out the machine gun turrets
    and the bruisers. Then take out the boss. Not much to say since this is all I
    did during this encounter. Then head to the waypoint and turn this in to the
    most awesome Claptrap ever. You'll automatically get the next quest.
    ==========Middle Of Nowhere No More: Scoot On Back==========
    Level 24
    Rewards: 3432 XP, $11383, Shield
    Turn this in at New Haven.
    ==========Another Piece Of The Puzzle==========
    Level 27
    Rewards: 10440 XP, $15993
    This is your only chance to get to the secret basement in New Haven. The door
    on the small building that is behind the building left to Helen's building will
    slide open and lead to the basement. In the basement is a couple of enemies
    including an axe wielding level 31 badass bruiser. The loot is not that good,
    but there is a unique weapon called the Rider and it is the only weapon made by
    the company called gearbox.
    When you're done with the basement, head to the waypoint. You'll fight a Rakk
    Hive. He is actually pretty easy for his size. He will launch Rakks at you.
    Just shoot them down before they get you. He also launches corrosive balls that
    leave a temporary cloud that damages you. It's easy to avoid. Just keep
    shooting his eyes until he dies.
    Head to waypoint and get the objective. Then head back to Tannis, turn this in,
    then get the next quest.
    ==========Smoke Signals: Investigate Old Haven==========
    Level 28
    Rewards: 6120 XP, $11941
    Head to Old Haven and turn this in to the dead bodies and get the next quest.
    Also head NE from there and get the quest from the green glow on the body.
    ==========Smoke Signals: Shut Them Down==========
    Level 28
    Rewards: 6480 XP, $29854, Class Mod
    Head to the waypoints and hit the buttons. Turn this in after you complete
    "Not Without My Claptrap."
    ==========Bandit Treasure: Three Corpses, Three Keys==========
    Level 28
    Rewards: 10800 XP, $5970
    Head to waypoints and get keys. Then do "Not Without My Claptrap." After that,
    head back to where you got this quest and go into the shack to turn this in.
    Up to you if you want to do the follow up.
    ==========Not Without My Claptrap==========
    Level 28
    Rewards: 10800 XP, $5970
    Free the Claptrap at the waypoint. Turn this in and get the next quest.
    ==========The Final Piece==========
    Level 30
    Rewards: 15360 XP, $29959
    At the waypoint, kill 4 patrols just like before. Then go inside and up the
    elevator in the middle. This is a somewhat long battle. You can't get close to
    the boss yet. Keep killing the bandits. Eventually, two big bruiser like
    guys will come up. One is melee and one has a gun. For their size, they do very
    little damage so keep popping their heads off until their dead. Then clear the
    bandits and go for the boss. He has a rocket launcher that bursts fire a bunch
    of rounds but they're inaccurate. You have to watch out at close range though.
    Keep running around to get behind cover and pop the boss's head until he is
    When he is dead, head to his throne and turn this in on the big white container
    that appears and get the next quest. Also, watch out as you exit this area as
    it is surrounded by Lance.
    ==========Get Some Answers==========
    Level 30
    Rewards: 15360 XP, Artifact
    Head to waypoint. Nothing much to expect except more Crimson Lance. Turn this
    in and get next quest.
    ==========Find the ECHO Command Console==========
    Level 31
    Rewards: 3960 XP
    Just head to waypoint, turn this in, get next quest.
    ==========Reactivate the ECHO Comm System==========
    Level 31
    Rewards: 9900 XP
    On your way north, you'll reach a garage. Inside is a bunch of bad engineers so
    be prepared. Outside, you'll see many guardians. Shock weapons will come in 
    handy. Burn their shields down with shock weapons. Just head to waypoints, head
    inside the buildings, activate the switch, repeat 2 more times. Then head back
    to where you got this quest, turn in and get next quest.
    ==========Find Steele==========
    Level 32
    Rewards: 20400 XP
    God this is so long. I was so tired of this by this time that I just skipped
    areas where the Lance and guardians are busy fighting each other. Not much
    change in strategy. Just go for headshots and use shock weapons against the
    guardians to break their shield. After awhile you'll reach the vault. Next
    ==========Destroy The Destroyer==========
    Level 32
    Rewards: 28560 XP, $9395
    This is it! The vault is finally open! Time to kill this monster. For a final
    boss, the strategy required is very simplistic. Take cover behind rock, shoot
    eye. I just kept going from rock to rock to avoid the projectiles. According to
    tomoroboros, you can stop the projectiles by shooting down the big grey
    tentacles with purple orbs in them. It doesn't do any damage to the boss, but
    it makes the encounter easier. It will be critical hits if you shoot the purple
    orbs in the tentacles. I also noticed that you can use them to get second wind.
    When the boss is dead, next quest will start.
    ==========Bring The Vault Key To Tannis==========
    Level 32
    Rewards: 17136 XP, $234885
    Turn this in at Tannis. Congratulations! You beat Borderlands! You now have
    access to playthrough 2 which is exactly same as playthrough 1 except it has
    higher leveled everything and you start out with whatever you have right now.
    =========================Enemies <ene1>=========================
    Skags: Generally easy kills. I find automatic guns or shotguns to be effective
    against these. Jump around and strafe to avoid their attacks. They take
    critical damage if you shoot into their mouths when they roar. To kill their
    alphas, use fire or corrosive weapons.
    Spiderants: Very easy kills. Any gun should work. Shoot head to expose abdomen
    then shoot abdomen.
    Bandits: Easy kills. I find it safer to use sniper rifles and other accurate
    weapons to pop heads behind cover though you can also go Rambo with automatic
    weapons and shotguns.
    Rakks: Very easy kills. Shotguns or automatic guns preferred. They are still
    very deadly if not dealt with and allowed to attack in numbers.
    Lance: I find them very annoying. Especially their badasses or badmuthas. I
    definitely prefer sniper rifles and accurate weapons against these guys so I
    can pop their heads off behind cover. People claim fire and corrosives to be
    very effective but I find consistent headshots with regular guns to be more
    effective. It probably depends on what class you are so either snipe their
    heads off or use fire or corrosive weapons.
    Guardians: Also somewhat annoying to kill with their shields and their
    movement. I prefer to use automatic weapons against most these. Use shock
    weapons if you have any to get rid of their annoying shield.
    =========================Classes <cla1>=========================
    I only played Hunter and Soldier so I can only comment on those classes. Skills
    that say that it lasts a few seconds is about 7 seconds and they do not stack
    on themselves. They just replace the previous one.
    ====================Hunter <cla2>====================
    I really enjoyed playing as Hunter. The boost in damage for sniper rifle and
    pistols are nice and bloodwing is pretty decent.
    Focus: I don't find this very useful. I do notice the sniper rifles having less
    sway but I don't notice any accuracy increase in the weapons. I only take this
    skill because I don't like any of the tier 2 skills.
    Caliber: Very nice %20 increase to sniper rifle damage. Must have if you want
    to go deeper into this tree.
    Smirk: I don't like this skill. It's not that I can't get critical hit kills, I
    prefer skills that help me survive or kill something rather than something that
    does neither and can be compensated by killing more. I can see how this can be
    useful in a group though.
    Killer: I don't like skills that require me to kill one before I even get the
    effect for 2 reasons. One, I need to encounter at least 2 enemies to get to use
    this. Two, it only lasts about 7 seconds. As a hunter, I usually take cover and
    I find it hard to make good use of this skill during the 7 seconds. I still may
    take this skill since the other available skills aren't that good either.
    Loaded: I like this skill. I hate sniper rifles with only 3 ammo per clip and
    this skill makes it 5 bullets per clip which I find a lot more manageable.
    Carrion Call: It's a potentially very good skill. It definitely makes it so I
    can use Bloodwing a lot more frequently. I just don't like the way it forces me
    to use sniper rifle. There are situations where sniper rifle is not the way to
    go. But if I don't use a sniper rifle, it takes forever to use bloodwing again.
    I prefer to get predator with class mods to improve that so it takes less than
    10 seconds to reuse bloodwing no matter what gun I use.
    Trespass: I love this skill. I can ignore those pesky shields especially on
    guardians later in the game. Even if they don't have a shield, I do %5 extra
    damage and I love doing extra damage.
    Swift Strike: Definitely helps bloodwing. The extra speed comes in handy as
    Swipe: So useless.... Money, health, or ammo is rarely an issue. Most extra
    drops seem to be cash which makes this even more useless.
    Fast Hands: An okay skill. Comes in handy for weapons with small clip size.
    Out For Blood: A good skill. It usually fills your health to full with just one
    bloodwing use.
    Aerial Impact: An okay skill. I never really found any enemy speed to be
    dangerous and there is usually cover to dodge enemy fire. Still one of the
    better skills especially if you take Bird of Prey.
    Ransack: Gee, they had to make this a kill trigger effect. I never got this
    skill. I just don't find this skill very appealing. I might have gotten spoiled
    by New Haven farming.
    Bird of Prey: This skill is very nice. It can kill all lesser enemies in the
    area. If you want the bloodwing to come back earlier so you can heal and reuse
    the bloodwing faster, press the use skill button.
    Deadly: I love this skill. I love getting critical hits and this skill improves
    that will all guns.
    Gun Crazy: I love this skill so much! Pistols and revolvers will fire 2 bullets
    instead of one 40% of the time which is basically a 40% damage increase! It
    doesn't even use up an extra bullet when this happens.
    Lethal Strike: I don't find hunter strong enough for close range battle. I'd
    rather take cover or run from enemies. I don't think this is a lot of damage
    anyways. If you want to melee, play a brick.
    Riotous Remedy: Not a bad skill at all. I know I said I didn't like skills that
    trigger from killing, but this one, you don't need 2 enemies to see the
    benefit. I just find it hard to pass up on Deadly and Gun Crazy to get this.
    Predator: The skill to get if you want to use Bloodwing. This with class mods
    that increase this will make it so you can use this in less than 10 seconds
    which is awesome.
    Hair Trigger: Decent skill but I find it hard to pass up Predator for this.
    Relentless: I don't like skills like this especially as a hunter. Up to you if
    you want to get this.
    ====================Soldier <cla3>====================
    Scorpio Turret FTW! Scorpio turret attacks, give cover, gives ammo, supplies,
    and health, and it's awesome! Soldier also has general weapon damage increase
    and the best multiplayer support skills. Scorpio Turret seems to last about 18
    Impact: I love this skill. Scorpio turret is nice, but most damage will come
    from the soldier himself and this skill makes him that much better at it.
    Sentry: Not bad, but I prefer Impact over this.
    Scattershot: Also not bad. Unfortunately I prefer being behind cover and going
    for critical hits than going up close with a shotgun most of the time. If you
    use shotgun, get this.
    Metal Storm: I don't like effects that happen after a kill. There are also
    other better skills available.
    Refire: It's a great skill. It really reduces the cooldown by a lot.
    Assault: This skill is okay. Assault rifles have low ammo per clip and heavy
    machine guns have horrible recoil so this helps compensate both. Still, it's
    not as good enough to replace Refire.
    Guided Missile: I tried it for a bit but it seems to miss a lot. Even if it
    hits, it does minimal damage. I would pass on this skill.
    Defense: Not a good skill. Take this if you don't need Stockpile.
    Stockpile: This skill is only good if you don't have any other ammunition
    regeneration. Take this if you don't have any other regeneration.
    Quick Charge: Awesome skill. You can be more aggressive against several enemies
    with this skill.
    Barrage: This skill improves the damage scorpio turret a good amount.
    Grenadier: Another good skill. With this, you can grenade all you want. But you
    might as well take Deploy and Supply Drop so you get grenades AND get to use
    scorpio turret more often.
    Deploy: Great skill. Even though it says 100% cooldown reduction, it still
    takes 50 seconds so it reduced it by half. Still a great skill.
    Supply Drop: Great skill. It replenishes ammo including grenades. It's nice
    that you don't need to kill something to replenish grenades like Grenadier.
    Fitness: Not bad. This actually works well with Aid Station.
    Aid Station: Not bad. It will heal you almost fully from very low health.
    Overload: A mediocre skill. If the gun has very low ammo or too much ammo, this
    skill isn't going to help much.
    Cauterize: I haven't played multiplayer, but I can see the potential. The other
    player can get up close and personal to the enemies and dish out damage and act
    as a meat shield while the soldier heals and does some damage himself as well.
    Revive: I don't think this is good at all. The scorpio turret has to be out and
    in range. There is also a chance of failure. I wouldn't take this skill.
    Grit: Mediocre skill. It's only for bullets which I don't find that threatening
    in the first place.
    Stat: Alone, I don't think this is very good. In a group, I think this is
    =========================Weapons <wea1>=========================
    The numbers I put in are just general trends. Some guns may go higher or lower
    than the numbers I provided. Comments are from my experience and may differ
    with others' experience with these guns.
    Damage: Low-Medium
    Accuracy: 50-95
    Rate of Fire: 3-20
    Ammo Per Clip: 12-70
    Comments: Pistols are just like submachine guns but tend to be weaker. Amazing
    in the hands of a gunslinging hunter.
    Damage: High
    Accuracy: 50-100
    Rate of Fire: 0.3-3
    Ammo Per Clip: 2-6
    Comments: Generally weaker version of sniper rifle. Still accurate even without
    zooming in unlike sniper rifles. There is also a shotgun version of this gun.
    It's usually around x7 and the accuracy obviously goes down. Amazing in the
    hands of a gunslinging hunter.
    Damage: High
    Accuracy: 0-80
    Rate of Fire: 0.3-3
    Ammo Per Clip: 2-12
    Comments: Deals very high damage at close range or even medium range. There is
    also a rocket launcher version, but the rocket velocity is too slow.
    -=Submachine Guns=-
    Damage: Low-Medium
    Accuracy: 50-95
    Rate of Fire: 3-20
    Ammo Per Clip: 12-70
    Comments: Just like heavy machinegun but weaker and smaller clip size but more
    -=Combat Rifles=-
    Damage: Medium
    Accuracy: 50-95
    Rate of Fire: 3-20
    Ammo Per Clip: 6-70
    Comments: There are 2 versions. Assault rifle version that burst fires 3 shots
    and heavy machinegun version that is automatic fire. Assault rifle is more
    accurate while heavy machinegun has a bigger clip size.
    -=Sniper Rifles=-
    Damage: High
    Accuracy: 80-100
    Rate of Fire: 0.3-3
    Ammo Per Clip: 2-8
    Comments: Very high and accurate damage. Most have scope and extra critical
    damage. This gun is effective against humanoids with guns since you can snipe
    their heads off behind cover with this. Accuracy plummets when not zoomed in.
    Damage: High
    Accuracy: 50-95
    Rate of Fire: 0.3-3
    Ammo Per Clip: 1-3
    Comments: Decent weapon. Effective when enemies are bunched up. Can be used to
    spread certain elemental damage to enemies. Can also hurt self.
    -=Alien Weapons=-
    Damage: Varies
    Accuracy: Varies
    Rate of Fire: Varies
    Ammo Per Clip: Low
    Comments: Shock version of weapons with unlimited ammo. Problem is energy gets
    depleted very fast and it takes awhile to recharge which is horrible.
    None: More raw damage than guns with elements so it's useful. Mainly weak
    against enemies such as alpha skags.
    Fire: I find this to be the best overall element to use if I had to use an
    element. It does decent damage over time damage. This is the best way to kill
    those annoying alpha skags, even the bad versions.
    Shock: Best against shields. Only enemies that have heavy shield are
    guardians. I don't find this element very useful since it does less damage to
    anything that's not a shield.
    Explosive: I don't like this element either. It has a chance to do extra
    damage. I'd rather have a higher raw damage than a chance to do extra.
    Corrosive: This element is okay. It's supposed to make enemies with heavy armor
    take more damage while they take small damage over time damage. I still prefer
    higher raw damage over this. An exception is against alpha skags. This is
    pretty good against them.
    =========================Loots <loo1>=========================
    This section has some information about the loot in this game.
    -Loot drops:
    Enemies will drop anything that is not unique.
    Most small containers will only contain some money, ammo, and health.
    Lockers contain money, ammo, health, and sometimes weapon or gear.
    Big green containers will only have random ammo in them.
    Big red containers have weapons or gear, ammo, and grenades. The contents have
    a theme. It will be 4 small guns, 2 medium guns, or 1 launcher with ammo
    related to them or just have one alien gun in it.
    Big white containers will only have weapons or gear. It will also have a theme.
    Most of these containers have random contents except ones involved in a quest
    and a select few in the world. They also become new when the game reloads or
    enough time passes.
    The rarity is color coded in the following manner:
    White-Green-Blue-Purple-Yellow-Orange-Dark Orange-White
    This can be known because the game organizes the stuff in this order with
    rarer ones being on top. The only way to differentiate common white from super
    rare white is by looking at the game list. The super rare white also has
    special red text in them.
    Some guns will have red text in their description which text represent what
    kind of special quality the gun has. It can be ammo regeneration, high ammo
    capacity, bullet properties, etc.
    -New Haven:
    New Haven has 5 big containers in it, 1 big container near it, and a secret
    basement. You can farm these by looting them, exiting, then loading the game.
    This is the best way to farm money and get really good guns. 4 big containers
    are on the rooftops, 1 big container is reached by doing the Claptrap quest in
    this place, and 1 big container is just outside the town to the south.
    The secret basement has a requirement. You need to be on the "Another Piece Of
    The Puzzle" quest and not do any part of it. Then you can enter a small house
    in the back through a door that slides open if you are on that quest.
    Check youtube and search New Haven for locations of these containers and the
    =========================Conclusion <con1>=========================
    Thanks for reading my guide. I hope you found it useful. If you have any
    comments, suggestions, or questions, feel free to e-mail me at
    mrjhwar@hotmail.com. I may not always reply because of laziness, but I'll try
    my best.
    =========================Credits <cre1>=========================
    TrojanGuy1: Secret basement in New Haven guide on youtube
    t0k0l0v3r: Description for Siren and let me know vehicle mounted machine gun's
    effectiveness against other vehicles
    tuesdaynitro: Informed me that the bloodwing can be called back earlier by
    pressing the use skill button
    tomoroboros: More information for last boss

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