Creating your character is one of the most important steps in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands. Yes, it’s the first thing you do, but much like in Dungeons and Dragons, it’s absolutely critical to the experience. Designing the look of the character can be really fun, especially if you’re into the role-playing aspect. However, one of the character creation sliders in the game is quite confusing. We speak, of course, of Slider Overdrive.
What Is Slider Overdrive in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands?
When making a character in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands, you’ll have access to various sliders. These sliders change the size of each aspect of the character. After choosing a class and build in the game’s character creator, you’ll be given the option to turn on slider overdrive.
So, what does it do? Slider overdrive enables you to extend the slider beyond the default cap for each aspect. This allows you to give your character comically large ears, eyes, nose, and mouth. This fits right in with how wacky Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands is, as well as fitting in with the silliness of people who just like to have fun in RPGs.
Furthermore, having these incredibly exaggerated features in the game translates to the overworld map as well. Being in the overworld makes your character small, with a big head. Combining this with the slider overdrive applied to your character, it looks ridiculous and adds to the humor of the game.
If you’re not too keen on your homunculus-looking character, you can always change it mid-game as well. make your way to the nearest Quick Change station, which will allow you to edit your character once more. Then, find slider overdrive, and turn it off. This will make your character’s proportions turn into something more traditionally proportional.
Slider overdrive is a lot of fun if you’re aiming to play into the chaotic and wacky aspect of Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands. It’s a lot of fun, and makes for some great laughs. Feel free to try it out next time you customize a character.