Recombobulator 3000 Is a Legendary Dungeon item. It can be used to upgrade the rarity of any item by 1 tier.

Obtaining[edit | edit source]

It can be obtained from Obsidian or Bedrock Post-Boss Chests on The Catacombs - Floor I through Floor VII, or from killing any dungeons boss 250 times. The chest always cost 5M coins, except on Floor I where it costs 5,750,000 coins.

Usage[edit | edit source]

The Recombobulator 3000 can be used in a Reforge Anvil to upgrade an item's rarity, although it can only be used once on each item, thus only allowing for a single rarity increase. This is not a reforge though; it simply increases the rarity of an item. Reforges can be applied before or afterwards as normal, but still get boosted by the rarity upgrade.

It is possible to use on most items (including itself, although there is no use for doing so). The main exceptions are Pets, which are upgraded using the Tier Boost pet item.

It is not possible to recombobulate a recombobulated item obtained through the Auto Recombobulator talisman, because when the Auto Recombobulator talisman's effect comes into play, it will still count as a recombobulation, making it impossible to use a recombobulator on it, because it has already been recombobulated.

Increasing rarity using a Recombobulator 3000 on a rarity will have the following effect:

From To Notes
Common Uncommon
Uncommon Rare
Rare Epic
Epic Legendary
Legendary Mythic
Mythic Supreme
Supreme Special
Special Very Special
Very Special No item comes in a base Very Special state

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • It was first teased by Jayavarman on Twitter on May 17[1].
  • Increasing the rarity of items can amplify item abilities such as the Ink Wand, but in most cases it only amplifies their reforges.
  • Recombobulator 3000s can't be used to mass-reforge accessories.
  • Items that have had the Recombobulator 3000 applied to them are said to have been Recombobulated.
  • Most endgame players recombobulate their talismans for better stats. This usually costs between 350M–420M coins.

References[edit | edit source]

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