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Old Crest Item ın Enter The Gungeon

Nov 15, 2021
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Old Crest Item Info Card

This item may be difficult to obtain, but there are plenty of ways to get it, for example finding it on the ground, opening the chest during an invader encounter, or dropping it from your inventory. Your reward will depend on who spawns as the invader. 

If you are killed, you are still rewarded with +2 to all stats, and you keep your gold medal!

There are so many fantastic games out there to play creating haves. 

One of my favorites is Enter the Gungeon, an indie rogue-like with multiple floors of deadly mazes. 

I recently picked up the game on the PlayStation 4 and have spent several hours fighting through each “floor” of the dungeon. 

It has been a blast, but not without some minor hiccups that have frustrated me after several failed runs. 

That’s why I am here today to tell you about how to best utilize Old Crest, a key item which grants access to the Oubliette boss area, on your next attempt at defeating The Resourceful Rat.

Don’t let this name fool you. When you first arrive in the Gungeon, it’s easy to think that there aren’t an overwhelming number of items. 

However, with over 550 items available, you can still create a formidable arsenal. 

I was at one point in the game and had the Old Crest item in my toolbelt.I was successful in grabbing it when I accidentally bumped into an enemy spawner (initially thinking it was another item, but discovered much later). 

Results

The Crest is an incredibly rare artifact found in the game Enter The Gungeon. This item has an effect which will always appear at the end of the health bar, and is destroyed upon taking damage. The Crest’s appearance reinforces how important combat efficiency is in Enter The Gungeon. 

In the Forgotten Crossroads, a portion of the player’s health is shown as a fluctuating heart on screen as opposed to a red bar, assisting players in identifying how far they have come into battle.

The Crest is an incredibly rare artifact found in the game Enter The Gungeon. 

This item has an effect which will always appear at the end of the health bar, and is destroyed upon taking damage. 

The Crest’s appearance reinforces how important combat efficiency is in Enter The Gungeon. 

In the Forgotten Crossroads, a portion of the player’s health is shown as a fluctuating heart on screen as opposed to a red bar, assisting players in identifying how far they have come into battle.

While this idea initially came from a joke posted on Twitter a few weeks back, it has actually been a long time coming. 

On many occasions I have debated making a guncraft custom item but was never sure if it would still apply the logic the item had prior to the armor being added.