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  • %w5p,n99 item sprite
Damage256 Ranged
Knockback9 (Very Strong)
Critical chance4%
Use time45 Very Slow
TooltipAny details yet, Allan?
RarityRarity Level: 10
Sell25 Platinum Coin.png 50 Gold Coin.png

%w5p,n99 is a craftable hardmode gun. It can be considered an upgrade to %weaponname% due to its (intentionally) buggy nature, and shoots out an error projectile that pierces enemies when used. Unlike it, though, it plays "Oh, fiddlesticks! What now?" when used and when it hits a tile, it explodes into 18 Xes in a circle that deal damage.

Its best modifier is Unreal.

Crafting[edit | edit source]

Used in[edit | edit source]

ResultIngredientsCrafting station
%w5p,n99 (Litho's Armory).png%w5p,n99

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Similarly to %weaponname%, this item's tooltip references the Kitchen Crate Holster's updated description in Hitman HD Trilogy, which referenced the crate's original description by asking, 'Any details yet, Allan?'. Like %weaponname%, this item's projectiles reference missing models in Source Engine games- however their blue color matches Portal 2 rather than most other Source Engine games, which use red "ERROR" models, as %weaponname% does. The "Oh, Fiddlesticks! What now?" line comes from Dr. Kleiner in Half-Life 2, and plays in most Source game engine games whenever a sound related error occurs. The explosion of red Xes is a reference to the explosions of Xes that occur in Source engine games when a particle emitter is broken. The crafting recipe requiring arbitrary, strange items is meant to seem glitchy. Even the weapon's base damage of 256 is meant to reference 256-integer limits, common in programs using bytes to track numbers- bytes can only represent 256 different values. Finally, the specific amounts required of each item(33, 136, 0(1 in this case), 6, and 29) are a reference to the base stats of the famous glitch Pokémon, MissingNo., as they were in Red/Blue.