Although Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands is based on Dungeons & Dragons, the game sometimes breaks this immersion. An example of this is when fighting The Maker, which ignores that your character is supposed to be playing a table-top RPG.

The immersion-breaking part is also a fantastic addition to the game, so I’m not complaining, but it does feel weird at first.

If a player manages to succeed on a particular task when going through the Chaos Chamber, they will be able to fight Tiny Tina herself.

If you want to know how to fight The Maker in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands, stick around. We’re going to tell you all you need to know to fight the fourth secret boss in the game.

How to Fight The Maker

The Maker

The Maker is just Tiny Tina. She, for some reason, has an avatar in her own Bunkers & Badasses game.

In order to get to her, you first have to find all three runes throughout a Chaos Chamber run. Make sure that you carefully look around when you finish each encounter. You won’t be able to fight The Maker if you miss any runes.

Not only do you have to find them all, but you must also fight Bunnidhogg and the other Raid Bosses. Check how to fight Gloopathoth and Barkenstein if you don’t know how to fight these secret enemies in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands.

Once you have found them all, solved the rune puzzles, and defeated all the bosses, you will meet Tiny Tina again. Then, she will finally decide to take care of you by herself, and that’s when the fight against The Maker begins.

Reaching Tiny Tina is going to be a complicated task. Because you have to fight three different raid bosses, you will have to carry a bunch of weapons that allow you to deal reliable fire, ice, and poison damage.

You might also want to take buffs from Butt Stallion instead of the Dragon Lord’s Curses. Unless your character’s Myth Rank is way too high, chances are you will lose a few lives before even reaching The Maker.

I firmly believe that, at least while you don’t have an overpowered character, you might want to spend your crystals to get extra gun damage, spell damage, hit points, etc.

Every time you see something that directly benefits your build, you should be going for it. Once you use the best Spellshot build, or any build that is powerful enough to make you quickly destroy raid bosses, this is the best way to ensure that you will reach The Maker in a run.

The fight with The Maker might be pretty tricky, and there is a chance that you won’t be able to defeat Tina on your first try but keep trying. Unlike the other three secret bosses, beating The Maker is actually rewarding. 

There is no way to get more crystals in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands than defeating The Maker. She will drop two thousand crystals. 

The Maker is also a reliable way of getting legendary weapons. Upon being defeated, she will drop two legendary weapons. Suppose you manage to reliably take her down in each Chaos Chamber run. In that case, you will end up having a really overpowered set of gear that will make each run easier and easier.

Final Thoughts

Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands is by far one of the best games that Gearbox has ever made. One can see the love put in a game when half of its content is optional.

You can finish your journey through the Wonderlands and save the day without ever facing the Parasite, Trolls, the Tooth Fairy, and other hilarious creatures they have made.

Gearbox went beyond optional content and even added four secret bosses for their dedicated fan base that keeps playing the game after finishing all quests available. 

Fighting the Maker is a welcomed addition to this great title. It’s a good challenge, a nod to old-school gaming, and the proof that the developers care about their hardcore fans.

Besides, it’s a really cool boss fight, so make sure to defeat Tiny Tina and pick up the legendary items she drops.