The Salvador of the “No red text 4 men Co-Op” became Lv49 and just finished 2nd combat against the Warrior.
What I felt during my 40s level is that there is a weakness in the builds listed above.
It is like this. By having it consume a lot of magazines more quickly, you are in a situation what you can not throw it anymore because of the small amount of ammo possessed by the low-level character. It is very high DPS but never lasts long enough.
One solution to the problem is to increase the shooting frequency of Tediore’s guns and reduce the frequency of reloading.
Since the DPS is high enough to fire all of it, rather than throwing the entire magazine capacity, blending the two methods of attack can increase the overall DPS and improve the efficiency of ammunition management.
The second solution is centering on the Brawn tree and reloading Tediore as an assistant.
This works as a great help in completing the Brawn tree in the “No red text” situation. It is easy to say that we do not do anything special for it. It is fine. Because both-handed throws produce effective DPS even for enemies with more HP in 4-player co-ops. It plays a great role in the progress of completing Brawn because it does not need the help of Gunlust.
In the end, it might be appropriate to call this a way rather than a build.
And now I’m ready to run ‘the way’ with the good Altered Beast and the equipment at this point when I reached level 49.
I have tried this in dealing with several enemies that the others of the Co-Op have not noticed. It was a newly welcomed UVHM and gave great results.