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Crossfire
Crossfire
Don't get caught in that crossfire!
Manufacturer: Dahl
Type: Grenade
Model: Crossfire
Element: Any
Game: Borderlands 2
Special Part(s): GD_Iris_SeraphItems.Crossfire.
Iris_Seraph_GrenadeMod_Crossfire
GD_Iris_SeraphItems.Crossfire.
Iris_Seraph_GrenadeMod_Crossfire_Balance
GD_Iris_SeraphItems.Crossfire.
Iris_Seraph_GrenadeMod_Crossfire_Part_Payload
GD_Iris_SeraphItems.Crossfire.
Iris_Seraph_GrenadeMod_Crossfire_Part_Damage6
Or:
GD_Iris_SeraphItems.Crossfire.
Iris_Seraph_GrenadeMod_Crossfire_Part_Damage7
GD_GrenadeMods.Material.
Material_Dahl_5_Legendary
[Crossfire Variants]

Crossfire is a Seraph Bouncing Betty Grenade manufactured by Dahl. The Crossfire can only be obtained from trading with the Seraph Vendor in the Badass Crater of Badassitude.

Special Effects

Find, fix, flank, finish! – Increased damage and blast radius. Behaves like a standard Bouncing Betty Grenade, but releases grenades as well as bullets at an approximate rate of two per second.

Usage and Description

In addition to its usefulness as a Bouncing Betty grenade, the Crossfire disperses child grenades over a wide radius, dealing additional damage to a massive area. A single Crossfire can clear out entire enemy spawns and is extremely useful when tossed out prior to an expected Crippled status. The grenade's bullet spray cannot harm allies but care should be taken to avoid the child grenades.

The Crossfire is almost an exact replica of its legendary counterpart, the Bouncing Bonny, but the Crossfire deploys child grenades at a slightly faster rate at the cost of mildly reduced damage. While the Bouncing Bonny only releases child grenades when it hits ground, the crossfire may spawn grenades in mid air.

Notes

  • The Crossfire is compatible with all kinds of deliver mechanism and elemental accessories.

Trivia

  • The text "Find, fix, flank, finish" refers to the common approach to small-unit (fireteam or squad-level) engagement tactics.

Find: Locate the enemy

Fix: Use suppressing fire to reduce the enemy's ability to return fire, move, and/or maintain situational awareness

Flank: Maneuver a portion (usually fireteam) from your force to circle around the enemy, preferably to enfilading position

Finish: Engage encircled enemy from multiple directions to establish a crossfire and eliminate them.

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