Home / Articles / Tiny Tina's Wonderlands Player Joins Chaos Chamber and Randomly Gets a Bunch of Skill Points

Tiny Tina's Wonderlands Player Joins Chaos Chamber and Randomly Gets a Bunch of Skill Points

Tiny Tina's Wonderlands Player Joins Chaos Chamber and Randomly Gets a Bunch of Skill Points Image
  • Posted on 08th Apr, 2022 21:25 PM
  • 1087 Views

A Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands player enters a Chaos Chamber and receives an abundance of skill points that are enough to max out both trees.

p>Tiny Tina's Wonderlands builds upon Borderlands 3’s foundation by adding several new twists to the formula. Its new character creator is probably one of the most talked about features in the game, and many players are basing their characters on other video games franchises, with one even deciding to play as Malenia from Elden Ring.

Tiny Tina's Wonderlands also adds a new endgame activity known as Chaos Chambers, which are basically dungeons that allow players to farm for loot and take on challenging bosses. These chambers also come with four secret bosses that can only be challenged after completing specific steps. It’s possible to join other users via matchmaking in Tiny Tina's Wonderlands, and one gamer received numerous skill points after entering a Chaos Chamber with random players.

RELATED: Devastating Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands Clip Shows Player’s Chaos Chamber Loot Disappearing

A user named pr0naLd made a post about their friend receiving 168 skill points after they joined a Chaos Chamber with random players. Judging by the other comments on the post, it seems like the host was using a mod that automatically gives all players a set amount of skill points. Some users are talking about how they got powerful weapons and gold for free, with one user claiming that they randomly received 1.2 billion gold. Similar to Borderlands 3, players can use gold to upgrade the amount of ammo they carry at a blacksmith, so earning such a huge amount of gold or skill points completely trivializes the game for some.

Many users are complaining about how this practice defeats the progression system and the purpose of Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands’ endgame grind. Most agree that the host can use whatever mods they want as long as it doesn’t affect their game, and some have decided not to play with randoms anymore.

Players have access to one primary and one secondary skill tree in Tiny Tina's Wonderlands, and 168 points is more than enough to max out both of them. One user even received 999 skill points for free, so they are all set for any DLC skill trees Gearbox might release. They can choose not to spend these skill points, but it may get annoying to constantly deal with in-game notifications about unspent skill points that were not earned through natural progression. Thankfully, one helpful player has offered to reset their skill points.

On the other hand, players who want to earn tons of gold quickly can take advantage of a helpful exploit. This Tiny Tina's Wonderlands trick allows players to gain 1 million gold in just 10 minutes by trapping a Goldfish in a corner, who will then spit out gold for as long as they want.

Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands is available now on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X.

MORE: Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands: How to Summon and Beat The Four Secret Chaos Chamber Bosses

Tiny Tina's Wonderlands Player Joins Chaos Chamber and Randomly Gets a Bunch of Skill Points View Story

Latest 20 Post