Designed as a pair, these Grineer sidearms fire projectiles at a slower rate but with greater force and accuracy.
This weapon can be sold for 5,000.
Deals equal damage of each type, making it very versatile.
High base damage.
Can hit multiple enemies in a line (caused by the flying corpses).
Good status chance.
Doesn't require both pistols to be built seperately (single gremlins don't exist).
Does not specialize in a single damage type, making it less valuable for faction focussed builds.
Projectiles have travel time.
Inaccurate at long range (though not as inaccurate as Akbolto).
Large amount of resources to build, notably 5 Neurodes and a hefty 1,200 Rubedo.
Small projectiles are hard to see, making it more difficult to adjust your aim based on their pattern.
The Twin Gremlins can be purchased for 190. Its blueprint can only be obtained from the hidden Grineer settlements (Phobos) as a reward for defeating the dual bosses (Lech Kril and Captain Vor) on Iliad. Note, blueprint will not drop on the boss's original levels, only on Phobos.