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Chance on kill to drop an ammo pack that resets all skill cooldowns.
18% (+10% per stack) chance on kill to drop an ammo pack that resets all skill cooldowns.
Rarity Uncommon
Category Utility
ID 37
Stat Value Stack Add
Chance 18% Special +10%

The Bandolier is a new item in Risk of Rain 2.

On kill, The item grants enemies an 18% (+10% per stack) chance to drop an Ammo Box that resets all skill cooldowns.

Notes[edit | edit source]

  • For skills that have multiple charges, such as Engineer.png Engineer's turrets or secondary skills with Backup Magazine.pngBackup MagazineBgCommon.pngBackup Magazine.pngAdd an extra charge of your Secondary skill.
    Add +1 (+1 per stack) charge of your Secondary skill.
    , Bandolier will only refresh one charge and the next charge will start from full cooldown.
  • The drop chance is affected by 57 Leaf Clover.png57 Leaf CloverBgLegendary.png57 Leaf Clover.pngLuck is on your side.
    All random effects are rolled +1 (+1 per stack) times for a favorable outcome.

Math[edit | edit source]

The chance to drop is determined by the formula 1 - 1 / (1 + amount) ^ 0.33

Amount Chance
1 20.4%
2 30.4%
3 36.7%
4 41.2%
5 44.6%
6 47.4%
7 49.7%
8 51.6%
9 53.2%
10 54.7%

Lore[edit | edit source]

Order: Bandolier
Tracking Number: 112*****
Estimated Delivery: 04/19/2056
Shipping Method: Standard
Shipping Address: 3950 Sunsell Ln, Tri-City, Earth
Shipping Details:

Thank you for your participation in the auction! We’ve included a short history on the item, as well as documents to verify its authenticity.

This is the famous bandolier worn by B. Grundy himself. He and his pals used to raise terror all over the map of the new territories. Their favorite activity was to tie up people they didn’t like and drag them behind their horses – Grundy clearly had a sweet spot for the old days.

The sling carries an impressive assortment of ammunition - Grundy himself carried many different guns. It was rumored that they held out for 3 whole days and nights before their weapons ran dry.