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Gatling Gun
Gatling Gun
Found
Hunter's Nightmare, dropped by Djura's Disciple in the dark cave where the blood river courses.
Stats
Physical ATK -
Blood ATK 80/180
Arcane ATK -
Fire ATK -
Bolt ATK - Attr. Bonus
QS Bullet Use 1 Strength Skill Bloodtinge Arcane
Durability 200 - - E/D -
Special Att. Attr. Req.
Slow Poison Rapid Poison ATK vs Kin ATK vs Beasts Strength Skill Bloodtinge Arcane
- - 100 100 28 12 - -
Weapon Info
Weapon Type Left Hand Weapons
Imprints Circle
Notes Every half second of sustained fire will expend a Quicksilver Bullet.

The Gatling Gun is a Left Hand Weapon in The Old Hunters DLC.

Description[]

In-Game Description

This is a highly-customised, portable version of the stationary gatling gun operated by the hunter Djura in Old Yharnam.
It was the weapon of choice of the youngest of Djura's three companions.
The Gatling Gun boasts exceptional rapid-firing functionality, but is considered a cumbersome weapon, due to its excessive weight and insatiable consumption of Quicksilver Bullets.

Availability[]

Characteristics[]

The Gatling Gun requires superior Strength and a moderate amount of Skill to be wielded, but it is worth the stat investment for a lot players who focus on Strength builds. Unfortunately, it will consume exorbitant amounts of Quicksilver Bullets. Holding the trigger down, the gun will shoot about 4 shots per quicksilver bullet. The Gatling Gun's consumption of bullets can be compared with the Flamesprayer or the Rosmarinus as they also consume a continuous stream of bullets.

It deals high amounts of damage and is best used against NPC hunters as their AI will not be able to stop themselves from being staggered to death. This holds true for the Bloody Crow of Cainhurst.

It can also be a decent choice in PvP as its stagger and rate of fire can prevent other players from healing or attacking. The Gatling Gun forces the enemy to dodge, creating a brief amount of breathing room. It should be noted that it is generally not worth using Bone Marrow Ash with the Gatling Gun.

Coordinating with one or two co-op companions, three Gatling Guns can mow down enemies in PvE and PvP in a very entertaining spectacle.

Upgrades[]

Gatling Gun
Level Materials Damage Attribute Scaling Imprints
Blood Stone Shard Twin Blood Stone Shard Blood Stone Chunk Blood Rock Blood Echoes Physical ATK Blood ATK Arcane ATK Fire ATK Bolt ATK Strength Skill Bloodtinge Arcane Radial Triangle Waning Circle
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10 - - - 1 ??? ??? ??? ??? ??? ??? ??? ??? ??? ??? ??? ??? ??? ???

Notes[]

  • Care should be taken with the NPC that wields the Gatling Gun as he is extremely damaging and it is recommended to use the boulder in his area to use as cover. Use of the Hand Lantern and/or Torch is also advised.

Trivia[]

  • This Gatling Gun is almost an identical replica of the larger one that is used by Djura to fend off hunters in Old Yharnam. Its most noticeable differences are in the shorter length of its barrel and the lack of handcrank as a firing mechanism, as well as the more obvious difference in size and barrels.
  • It also resembles those used by the Wheelchair Huntsmen.

Gallery[]

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