This Brotato Lucky build guide aims to get you through an entire run using the lucky character. Like every other archetype, this one comes with its own pros and cons that have to be worked around in order to succeed. In this guide, I will be detailing how to build on its strengths and minimise its weaknesses. Brotato can be played on Steam, mobile or Nintendo Switch.
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*Note: The content in this article is accurate as of the time of writing and does not account for any future updates to the game*
Brotato Lucky Build
As the name may suggest, lucky is well…lucky. This character gains 100 luck off the bat and any luck mods get an increase of 25%. In addition, there’s a big chance (75% to be exact) that you will deal damage to a random enemy whenever you pick up some material.
To counteract these powerful boosts the character does have -60% attack speed making it fairly slow at taking enemies out directly while also having its XP Gain halved. No doubt, combatting the speed issue and the slower XP growth will be key to winning with a Brotato lucky build.
Focusing this build around the slingshot weapon is the best way to go. Get as many as you can and start levelling them up to increase the number of times they ricochet with each fire. This can help you clear out enemies at a distance to deal with your slowed-down attack speed.
Since you already have a strong luck stat there’s no issues with raising it even further to continue reaping the rewards. You should also make sure to increase ranged damage and damage% to make your slingshot more effective. If you are having trouble with enemies you can look to improve your speed but with the 60% debuff in effect, it will be a marginal gain.
If you can work on growing and killing trees to unleash even more items you’ll be made a bit stronger in this run. With your added luck you’re more likely to find great items which can turn the tide due to the lower XP Gain of the Lucky build.
Winning with this Brotato Lucky build will unlock the lucky charm item. This increases luck by 30 but reduces melee damage by 2 and ranged damage by 1.
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