Enter the Gungeon – Ring of Triggers

What does the Ring of Triggers do in Enter The Gungeon?

The Ring of Triggers is an A-rank passive item that will cause your currently held weapon to fire in a counterclockwise ring upon using an active item. The Ring of Triggers’ effect will not consume the currently held gun’s ammo and the currently held gun does not need to have any ammo remaining to trigger the effect.

The Ring of Trigger’s passive effect has a cooldown of 10 seconds. You can sell the Ring of Triggers at the Sell Creep for 41 Bronze Shells.

Is the Ring of Triggers a good item in Enter The Gungeon?

The Ring of Triggers is a good item in Enter the Gungeon but is and item that is very situation dependent.

Ring of Triggers works best when used with guns that deal high single-bullet damage or those that have bullets than can bounce. This ensures that the Ring of Triggers’ passive effect deals as much damage as possible around rooms in the Gungeon.

Best Synergy for the Ring of Triggers in Enter The Gungeon

The Ring of Triggers does feature any known Synergies in Enter the Gungeon. Nevertheless, it should work well with bullet modifiers that allow redirection and guns that feature bouncing bullets. A few items that come to mind are Remote Bullets and Serious Cannon.

How to Use the Ring of Triggers in Enter The Gungeon?

The Ring of Triggers is dependent on active items, as its passive effect will only trigger while using an active item. You need to take note of the gun you want to fire as well, as the Ring of Triggers will only shoot bullets from the gun that you’re currently holding.

Unfortunately, Ring of Triggers does not feature any Synergy with other guns/items in Enter the Gungeon, but bullet modifiers such as Remote Bullets should help you harness the bullet salvo that Ring of Triggers unleashes after using an active item.


The Ring of Triggers is a very unique passive item that is a useful mechanic to active items in Enter the Gungeon. Just remember to equip the right type of gun so you don’t end up wasting the passive effect when using active items in the Gungeon.

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