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Biomutant Tribal Weapons Guide

Biomutant Tribal Weapons Guide
Each Tribe in Biomutant has a legendary weapon that you can unlock. This Biomutant Tribal Weapons Guide will tell you each of the different legendary Tribal Weapons and which Tribes they belong to, so you can take your fickle allegiance to whichever Tribe offers the biggest boost to you arsenal.

It’s worth noting that we believe it is possible to miss some of the Tribe Weapons. After you defeat two tribes there is a choice where you can choose to end the conflict early or continue the crusade. Your choice there determines whether or not you’re able to conquer the other tribes and claim their weapons as your own.

Biomutant Tribal Weapons Guide

Myriad Boomerang (Myriad Tribe)
Jagni Staff
Netra Clawchain
Ankati Bow
The Lotus Shuriken
Pichu Nunchuk
During your playthrough or Biomutant, you will run into a lot of choices that can affect how the game turns out. This Biomutant Choices and Consequences guide helps you to figure out which choices do what. This way you aren't reloading bunch of old saves to see new stuff.
Each Tribe in Biomutant has a legendary weapon that you can unlock. This Biomutant Tribal Weapons Guide will tell you each of the different legendary Tribal Weapons and which Tribes they belong to, so you can take your fickle allegiance to whichever Tribe offers the biggest boost to you arsenal.
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