Cheating Dome presents: Borderlands 2 for Xbox 360
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To beat Terramorphous if you don't have Xbox live or don't like joining sessions, all you need to do is set up a split screen game with your main character and a second character. The second character's gear doesn't matter because he will not be involved in any combat. First, get to Terramorphous peak and have your second character drop into his lair without summoning Terramorphous. Far to the right of the horn you use to summon Terramorphous there will be a small ridge at the very corner of the map before the open cliff meets the rock face. If you run to this ridge you will see that you can crouch and walk out behind it, completely blocking all of Terramorphous's attacks. (Note: You can still do this after Terramorphous is summoned however it is much more difficult.) This character will serve as a placeholder so that when your main character dies you will not lose your progress facing Terramorphous and he will not regain all his health. Now when you are ready drop your main character down and summon Terramorphous. From there you may use any strategy to wear his health down, however I would recommend finding helpful Legendaries such as the Unkempt Harold and The Bee shield before attempting this. When you die, you will simply respawn and be able to drop back down and keep fighting Terramorphous without his health regenerating. If you do not want to lose money when you die, give it all to the second character (who will never take damage) first so that you recieve free respawns from the New-U station. Good luck and happy hunting. If you have a save file for Borderlands 1 while playing Borderlands 2 you'll unlock characters skin from the previous game. Complete the following achievements to unlock Xbox Live Gamerscore points.
Duel the player that is going to turn in the quest. For example, assume they are player one. Player one talks to the person, bounty board, etc. and turns in the quest. However, do not choose the reward yet. Player two beats them down while they have the quest reward screen displayed. Player one will fall into Fight For Your Life mode and will have successfully stacked the quest reward. You can "stack" it as many times as desired by repeating the duel. Have player one press Back, and player two defeat them in the duel. At this point you would have three stacks. When you are done "stacking", press Back and you can select a reward as many times as you have stacked. When you choose an item, the quest reward screen will appear again repeatedly until all the stacks are used. Player two can also do this, but it may only work for a single player at one time.
If you are the player that did not turn in the quest you can run into a group of enemies and press Back to bring up the quest reward screen then let them push you into Fight For Your Life mode.
This is an easy way to get the White, Green, Blue, Purple, Orange item pick up challenges, and getting money from selling the more expensive items. "Not Full Of Monkeys" is a challenge that you meet by killing enemies with stationary barrels of any type. Well, with Gaige the Mechromancer DLC, you don't need the barrel! Anger a swarm of Rakks and summon the Deathtrap. They will rush you, and the Deathtrap will use it's laser to kill them. It counts as a stationary barrel this way. Try this on all flying enemies for some quick Badass rank! After accepting the quest "Rocko's Modern Strife" and heading to Thousand Cuts to start "Defend Slab Tower" you should notice that no foes will spawn in the area; as long as you don't progress through the quest. Since normal foes will no longer spawn, you are free to circle the area and loot every chest without being hindered by enemies. However, foes like one-armed bandits and loot midgets will still spawn. If you save and exit after clearing all the chests, you can simply accept "Defend Slab Tower" once again and clear them out as many times as you like with the same conditions as long as you don't complete the quest. At the end of Tiny Tina's Tea Party side quest you're required to lure a psycho named "Flesh Stick" back to her home. If you shoot and kill Flesh Stick rather than luring him back you'll reap a huge XP boost (750xp/kill on level 18 and around 1,800xp on level 17) which can be repeated by simply talking to Tiny Tina again and restarting the mission. This exploit works best during co-op play. where one person stations where Flesh Stick spawns and another at Tiny Tina. Doing so will enable you to repeat this process in quick succession until the game will no longer spawn Flesh Stick again. At this point you can run back to the start of the area, exit and return, or (faster), save & quit then reload the game. Doing so will allow Flesh Stick to respawn again. Enter the Konami code: Up, Up, Down, Down, Left, Right, Left, Right, B, A, Start, at the title screen to unlock Extra Wubs in the gameplay part of the options menu. Extra Wubs literally does nothing. In Three Horns Valley, go to the hideout where you fight the Bad Maw boss. Kill him, and pick up the Eridium he drops. Then, enter the Bloodshot Stronghold, and choose the "Save and Quit" option. Continue the game, return to Three Horns Valley, and kill Bad Maw again to get more Eridium. Repeat this as many times as you like. After Chapter 9, Go to Sanctuary Hole and jump off a cliff then and go to Caustic Caverns run northwest till you reach the Gurdian Ruins and go to the Minecarts and turn right, jump over the rectagular rocks and turn left. and yyou will find Minecraft Dirt, break though those and you will find Minecraft stone, cobblestone and coal. Break though those an there will be Creepers and blocks of gold, diamond, irridium and other surprises. Once you kill the badass creeper (yes thats really his name) you will get minecraft skins such as Steve Head and Steaves Cloths. Complete the following achievements to unlock Xbox Live Gamerscore points.
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