North, South, East, and West.
|Alternate Names||North, South, East, West|
- A set of guns found by Rosa after having been long sealed away for being used in the betrayal and injury of an Umbran sister. The set is comprised of four individual guns named North, South, East, and West. As they were originally designed for witches, their affinity with magic is strong, and though old, the power of a single shot is immeasurable. However, it goes without saying that these guns, meant only for chosen Umbra, should not be allowed in the hands of one who broke the laws of the clan by loving a Lumen Sage. Though they were returned to Rosa as the clan faced the threat of annihilation, they no longer contain any of their original power. They now exist only as a weapon of the forsaken, to hold back the disaster that encroaches upon her.
Long ago, the Unforgiven set was created for chosen members of the Umbra Witches until it was used in the betrayal and injury of a Umbra Witch. It was then since sealed away and much of it's original power was lost.
How to Obtain
Unforgiven are automatically obtained when Rosa becomes a playable character in the Story mode and Tag Climax. They are the only weapons she can wield, and they cannot be un-equipped or changed for another weapon.
Unforgiven share the old moveset of Bayonetta and Jeanne from the first game and function in the same way as Scarborough Fair or Love Is Blue in terms of execution. Given their built-in magical powers as is implied in their description, Unforgiven are extremely powerful and rack up both damage and combo points very quickly. If one were to factor in Rosa's damage multiplier as well, these weapons have the potential to deal the most damage of any standard bullet weapon in Bayonetta history.
Unforgiven's Wicked Weaves summon Madama Khepri, Rosa's infernal contract, as fists or feet that strike enemies. As Rosa's Umbran Climax state is to summon the Umbran Armor, Unforgiven do not contribute.
Bullet Climax: Rosa stands still and takes aim at nearby enemies with powerful shots from either hands or feet, locking onto enemies automatically.
Charge Modifier: Holding down the attack button will cause the guns to discharge a single power shot, causing massive damage. When used in conjunction with a few of the guns firing at once, these shots can destroy most weaker enemies instantly.
- The Unforgiven is anachronistic if one takes into account the actual creation time of revolvers, which weren't invented until the early 1800s. This means that Umbran Witches had created the equivalent of modern day firearms nearly two-hundred years before human culture did.
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|Masked Lumen (Gallery) • Loki • Loptr • Aesir|
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