How to Get Queen’s Cry in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands

Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands is the new “Borderlands” game, and it is finally out. It looks and feels just like a Borderlands title, but has an RPG twist to it. Apart from the usual weapons, Wonderlands features a lot of Spell and Enchantments, as well.

Anyway, at the end of the day, it is a Borderlands game, no matter what. And just like Borderlands games, Wonderlands also has Legendary Weapons, Gear and Spells. These Legendaries are, in no way, easy to find. And, if you do not have any idea about where to look for them, your mind end up wandering the huge open world of Wonderlands, aimlessly.

In this article, I am taking a look at the Queen’s Cry in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands. Let’s check out what it is, and where you can farm for it.

Queen’s Cry – Description

Queen’s Cry is a Pistol of the Legendary or Orange Rarity in Wonderlands. I don’t think I am wrong when I say, It is one of the best Legendary weapons you can farm in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands, besides the Masterwork Handbow and the Ruby’s Spite. This “STOKER” Pistol is extremely powerful and is definitely a must-have for every Spellshot, Spore Warden, and Brr-Zerker.

So what is so special about the Liquid Cooling you ask? Well, first of all, it comes with a secondary fire mode, that allows you to shoot darts. You can shoot these darts on the ground, and they will chain electric bolts to the nearby enemies. But what makes this pistol OP, is its insane damage output, and the fact that the damage on the Queen’s Cry scales off Spell damage. Making it the best weapon for the Spellshot class. On top of that, enemies that take damage from the Queen’s Cry, gets hit by multiple Frost Meteors falling from the sky, taking huge damage in the process. In fact, some people would argue that the Queen’s Cry is better than the Liquid Cooling.

There are different variations of the Queen’s Cry, and the prefix and suffix of this weapon will change depending upon the card that you get. Also, this weapon only comes with the Cryo element.

Here are the stats of the Level 40 Queen’s Cry:

  • Manufacturer : STOKER
  • Damage : 111×2
  • Accuracy : 73%
  • Handling : 60%
  • Repair Time : 2.5s
  • Fire Rate : 6.06/s
  • Shots To Break: 31
  • Red Text : Our enemies will come for us.

Queen's Cry - Tiny Tina's Wonderlands

How to Get Queen’s Cry in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands

Let me start by saying that Queen’s Cry is a World Drop. Which means it does not have a dedicated drop source. With that being said, you can get or farm the Queen’s Cry from Dragon Lord, the final boss of Wonderlands, and also the chests that spawn below, after you beat him. Dragon Lord is located on the Crest of Fate at The Fearamid.

Fast travel to The Fearamid – Final Steps, take the stairs leading up to the catapult. Launch yourself to the next location using the catapult. Walk for a bit, and look to your left. You will notice the huge entrance to Crest of Fate. Here is the exact location where you need to fast travel:

Queen's Cry Location - Tiny Tina's Wonderlands

Now, beating the Dragon Lord might appear a bit difficult to some people. You cannot just rush and melt him in a few seconds. He has quite a number of phases, that you have to go through. If you have a decent build, you would be able to take him down quite easily. I have made a video of melting him with the Queen’s Cry actually *spoiler warning*:

After beating Dragon Lord, always drop-down through the hole in the middle, and open all the chests in the room. I have managed to get quite a number Legendaries from those chests. I have actually gotten two Queen’s Cry from him. The Queen’s Cry of the Oubliette and the Frosting Queen’s Cry of the Ghost.

If you do not want to farm the Dragon Lord, then you can also go ahead and farm Zomboss. He is quite easy to beat, as you can easily “one-phase” him with a decent build. To get to Zomboss, you can fast travel to The Grave Nave at Shattergrave Barrow, and make your way to his location. The path is linear, so you won’t have any issue finding him.

One thing you have to keep in mind, that World Drops in Wonderlands can drop randomly. In fact, you might end up getting them from normal enemies. The best way to farm World Drops, is to first increase your level to at least Chaos Level 5, then farm a boss, over and over again.


That’s all the knowledge that I have about, “How to Get or Farm Queen’s Cry in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands”. If you have gotten your Queen’s Cry from a different location, please use the comment section below to let everybody know. Also, for more Legendary Loot guides on Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands, keep an eye on Frondtech! Happy Gaming!


That’s all folks!

Last Updated on April 2, 2022

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