<!--quoteo--><div class='quotetop'>QUOTE</div><div class='quotemain'><!--quotec-->Borderlands isn't done with its downloadable content yet, and a user digging into the latest PC patch found hints of what's to come. A poster on the Gearbox forum (via Giant Bomb) found details buried in the code, involving a rebellious ninja Claptrap who creates an army from spare parts. Enemies are said to include Claptrap versions of various menaces from the game, including Grunts, Midgets, Kamikazes, Rakks, and Turrets. More enemy and plot details follow at the link, for those interested in possible spoilers. No mention was uncovered regarding pricing or a release date for the content, but the veracity of the user's findings was confirmed in an IGN interview with Gearbox head Randy Pitchford. "There are a few things in there," he said. "But I think it's like reading a draft of a script for a movie that hasn't even been announced yet, let alone launched - yeah you might learn something, but it's not the real thing and it could just drive you crazy thinking about it." Pitchford jokes that knowing users will comb over new content so carefully might encourage the developer to tease the audience. "Seeing that this happened does make me want to hide some super juicy secrets in the DLC, though. If we do, we'll be sure to hide them really good, though, so it takes more than a day to find them."<!--QuoteEnd--></div><!--QuoteEEnd--> <a href="http://www.1up.com/news/borderlands-patch-leaks-dlc-details" target="_blank">Source</a> This is copy/pasted from the post in the Gearbox forum and Gearbox has acknowledged that this is true: Warning: Spoilers inside! DLC Introduction: Marcus: Our story began when the Hyperion Corporation decided they'd had enough of the treasure hunters. With The Vault on lockdown, they had served their purpose, and now they were a drain on the economy. Why pay full price for weapons when you can take a five-finger discount off the nearest corpse? Marcus: Hyperion was looking to clear the drain, but those guys were one tough hairball... Intro Kid: I thought you said the treasure hunters were the drain.Now they're the hairball? Marcus: Well- yes, see the treasure hunters were blocking the flow of- and the grimy build-up of money and- Intro Kid: This metaphor stinks... Marcus: Shut up! The point is Hyperion had a plan. The treasure hunters could handle all manner of beastie, bandit, and batallion, but they weren't expecting the ... Interplanetary Ninja Assassin Claptrap! Marcus: This claptrap was programmed to take our boys out indirectly. Trapping, poisoning, spreading catty rumors around town. Nothing was off-limits. He was smart... too smart. Marcus: He looked around, and didn't like what he saw: claptraps being subjugated, humliated, obliterated. What we call programming, he called slavery. So he rallied his fellow claptraps and turned them against their corporate masters. What started as a rebellion became a revolution. And take a wild guess who Hyperion called to clean up the mess... *WARNING VERY BIG SPOILERS BELOW* Story Overview: Basically the ninja claptrap was created by Hyperion to stop the vault hunters from taking all the guns and treasure etc... but was too clever, he saw other claptraps being 'enslaved' and 'killed' - he wanted it to stop so he started a claptrap revoloution. Now Hyperion have asked the vault hunters to help them stop the claptrap uprising and return things back to normal but the claptraps have gone about... re-animating dead people and adding claptrap robot parts to them to fight in their army. Some of the people re-animated include Dr Ned. Commandant Steele and General Knoxx. features: Quote: new enemies To understand this: at the top (without a number next to it) is the basic name of the enemy and below it are versions with number. If it has a number 1 next to it this is what the enemy will be called in P.T. 1 A number 2 shows what it will be called in P.T. 2 A number 3 shows what it will be called in P.T. 2.5 A number 4 is so far a mystery If the enemy only has a 1 next to it this means that it is called that on all play through. I have highlighted red which enemies I personally believe will be bosses. PsychoMidget-Claptrap 1 Midget Psycho-Trap 2 Mutant Midget Psycho-Trap 3 Freaky Little Maniac-Trap 4 Apeshit Stunted Lunatic-Trap Elite-trap 1 Bandit-Trap Raider 2 Bandit-Trap Ravager 3 Bandit-Trap Desperado Elite-trap_Badass 1 Badass Raider-Trap 2 BadMutha Ravager-Trap 3 SuperBad Desperado-Trap Grunt_dfault 1 D-Fault Bandit Thug 2 D-Fault Bandit Thug 3 D-Fault Bandit Goon 4 D-Fault Bandit Outlaw Grunt-dfault Gunner 1 D-Fault Bandit Killer 2 D-Fault Bandit Killer 3 Bandit-Trap Murderer 4 D-Fault Bandit Executioner Grunt-Trap Basic 1 Bandit-Trap Thug 2 Bandit-Trap Thug 3 Bandit-Trap Goon 4 Bandit-Trap Outlaw Grunt-trap Gunner 1 Bandit-Trap Killer 2 Bandit-Trap Killer 3 Bandit-Trap Murderer 4 Bandit-Trap Executioner Heavy-Trap 1 Bruiser-Trap 2 Brute-Trap 3 Bully-Trap Heavy-Trap Badass 1 Badass Bruiser-Trap 2 BadMutha Brute-Trap 3 SuperBad Bully-Trap Midget-D-Fault Shotgunner 1 D-Fault Midget Shotgunner 2 D-Fault Angry Midget Shotgunner 3 D-Fault Fuming Midget Shotgunner Midget-Trap Shotgunner 1 Midget-Trap Shotgunner 2 Angry Midget-Trap Shotgunner 3 Fuming Midget-Trap Shotgunner Psycho DFault 1 D-Fault Psycho 2 D-Fault Maniac 3 D-Fault Lunatic Psycho Midget-dfault 1 D-Fault Midget Psycho 2 D-Fault Mutant Midget Psycho 3 Freaky Little D-Fault Maniac 4 Apeshit Stunted D-Fault Lunatic Psycho Midget-Trap 1 Mutant Midget-Trap Psycho 2 Mutant Midget-Trap Psycho 3 Freaky Little Maniac-Trap 4 Apeshit Stunted Lunatic-Trap Psycho-Trap 1 Psycho-Trap 2 Maniac-Trap 3 Lunatic-Trap Psycho-Trap Badass 1 Badass Psycho-Trap 2 BadMutha Maniac-Trap 3 SuperBad Lunatic-Trap Psycho-Trap Fire 1 Burning Psycho-Trap 2 Blazing Maniac-Trap 3 Scorching Lunatic-Trap D-Fault 1 D-Fault Clucktrap 1 Cluck-Trap INAC 1 Interplanetary Ninja Assassin Claptrap MINAC 1 Mega Interplanetary Ninja Assassin Claptrap Claptrap Basic 1 Claptrap Partisan 2 Claptrap Revolutionary 3 Claptrap Freedom Fighter 4 Claptrap Rebel Claptrap Basic radical 1 Radical Claptrap Partisan 2 Radical Claptrap Revolutionary 3 Radical Claptrap Freedom Fighter 4 Radical Claptrap Rebel Claptrap Kamikaze 1 Kamikaze Claptrap 2 Crazy Kamikaze Claptrap 3 Mighty Kamikaze Claptrap 4 Divine Wind Claptrap Claptrap Kamikaze radical 1 Radical Kamikaze Claptrap 2 Radical Crazy Kamikaze Claptrap 3 Radical Mighty Kamikaze Claptrap 4 Radical Divine Wind Claptrap Claptrap melee 1 Stabby Claptrap 2 Claptrap Samurai 3 Claptrap Master Samurai 4 Claptrap Mega Samurai Radical Claptrap melee 1 radical Stabby Claptrap 2 radical Claptrap Samurai 3 radical Claptrap Master Samurai 4 radrical Claptrap Mega Samurai super bad Soldier 1 Hyperion 'Super-Bad' Soldier Hyperion Soldier-Badass-trap 1 Badass Hyperion Soldier-Trap 2 Badass Hyperion Corporal-Trap 3 Badass Hyperion Sergeant-Trap 4 Badass Hyperion Lieutenant-Trap Hyperion tech Badass-trap 1 Badass Hyperion Tech-Trap 2 Badass Hyperion Sapper-Trap 3 Badass Hyperion Heavy Gunner-Trap 4 Badass Hyperion Grenadier-Trap Hyperion tech-trap 1 Hyperion Tech-Trap 2 Hyperion Sapper-Trap 3 Hyperion Heavy Gunner-Trap 4 Hyperion Grenadier-Trap Hyperion Soldier 1 Hyperion Soldier Hyperion Guard Badass-trap 1 Badass Hyperion Guard-Trap 2 Badass Hyperion Sentry-Trap 3 Badass Hyperion Beefeater-Trap 4 Badass Hyperion Custodian-Trap Hyperion Guard-trap 1 Hyperion Guard-Trap 2 Hyperion Sentry-Trap 3 Hyperion Beefeater-Trap 4 Hyperion Custodian-Trap Hyperion soldier-trap 1 Hyperion Soldier-Trap 2 Hyperion Corporal-Trap 3 Hyperion Sergeant-Trap 4 Hyperion Lieutenant-Trap Knoxx-Trap 1 General Knoxx-Trap Ned-Trap 1 Ned-Trap undeadNed-Trap 1 Undead Ned-Trap BabyRakk-trap 1 Hungry Rakk-Trapling 2 Starving Rakk-Trapling 3 Famished Rakk-Trapling Kamikaze-trap 1 Kamikaze Rakk-Trap 2 Kaiten Rakk-Trap 3 Banzai Rakk-Trap Rakk-trap 1 Rakk-Trap 2 Relentless Rakk-Trap 3 Vindictive Rakk-Trap Rakk-trap_Bloated 1 Bloated Rakk-Trap 2 Distended Rakk-Trap 3 Tumescent Rakk-Trap Rakk-trap – CorrosiveChampion 1 Badass Corrosive Rakk-Trap 2 BadMutha Corrosive Rakk-Trap 3 SuperBad Corrosive Rakk-Trap Rakk-trap Feeder 1 Feeder Rakk-Trap 2 Forager Rakk-Trap 3 Cultivator Rakk-Trap Rakk-trap – FireChampion 1 Badass Fire Rakk-Trap 2 BadMutha Fire Rakk-Trap 3 SuperBad Fire Rakk-Trap Rakk-trap – ShockChampion 1 Badass Shock Rakk-Trap 2 BadMutha Shock Rakk-Trap 3 SuperBad Shock Rakk-Trap RakkTrapHive 1 Rakk-Trap Hive Alphaskag-trap – CorrosiveChampion 1 Badass Corrosive Alpha Skag-Trap 2 BadMutha Corrosive Alpha Skag-Trap 3 SuperBad Corrosive Alpha Skag-Trap Alphaskag-trap_Fire_Champion 1 Badass Fire Alpha Skag-Trap 2 BadMutha Fire Alpha Skag-Trap 3 SuperBad Fire Alpha Skag-Trap Alphaskag-trap_Shock_Champion 1 Badass Shock Alpha Skag-Trap 2 BadMutha Shock Alpha Skag-Trap 3 SuperBad Shock Alpha Skag-Trap Skag-trap_Adult 1 Adult Skag-Trap 2 Feral Skag-Trap 3 Bestial Skag-Trap Skag-trap_Alpha 1 Alpha Skag-Trap 2 Hardened Alpha Skag-Trap 3 Armored Alpha Skag-Trap Skag-trap_Champion 1 Badass Skag-Trap 2 BadMutha Skag-Trap 3 AssKicking Skag-Trap Skag-trap_Corrosive_Champion 1 Badass Corrosive Skag-Trap 2 BadMutha Corrosive Skag-Trap 3 SuperBad Corrosive Skag-Trap Skag-trap_Elder 1 Elder Skag-Trap 2 Hulking Elder Skag-Trap 3 Stalwart Elder Skag-Trap Skag-trap_Fire_Champion 1 Badass Fire Skag-Trap 2 BadMutha Fire Skag-Trap 3 SuperBad Fire Skag-Trap Skag-trap Pup 1 Pup Skag-Trap 2 Annoyed Pup Skag-Trap 3 Colicy Skag-Trap Skag-trap_Shock_Champion 1 Badass Shock Skag-Trap 2 BadMutha Shock Skag-Trap 3 SuperBad Shock Skag-Trap Skag-trap_Spitter 1 Spitter Skag-Trap 2 Hawking Skag-Trap 3 Sputum Skag-Trap Skag-trap_Whelp 1 Skag-Trap Whelp 2 Skag-Trap Whelp 3 Angry Skag-Trap Whelp 4 Querulous Skag Whelp SteeleTrap 1 Comandant Steele-Trap Kamikaze 1 Mutant Midget Psycho-Trap 2 Mutant Midget Psycho-Trap 3 Freaky Little Maniac-Trap 4 Apeshit Stunted Lunatic-Trap Turret GatlingTrap 1 Gatling Turret-Trap 2 Gatling Turret-Trap 3 Gatling Turret-Trap Turret GrenadeTrap 1 Grenade Turret-Trap 2 Grenade Turret-Trap 3 Grenade Turret-Trap Turret_RocketTrap 1 Rocket Turret-Trap 2 Rocket Turret-Trap 3 Rocket Turret-Trap TurretTrap 1 Auto Turret-Trap 2 Auto Turret-Trap 3 Auto Turret-Trap ... Quote: Quests: Plenty of new quests - as-well as side quests - 21 in total; 9 Main Missions 12 Side Missions WARNING SERIOUS SPOILERS BELOW! Dividing Fault Missions: Main Missions: Operation Trap Claptrap Trap, Phase Two: Industrial Revolution Giver: Blake Just what we need: more claptraps. Invade the rogue claptrap factory and bring the damn thing down around those buckets of bolts. Side Missions: Not My Fault Giver: Hyperion Tourist Information Board The vicious D-Fault and his gang have been harassing tour buses in the Dividing Faults. Hyperion needs them taken out to keep that tourist cash coming in. Taking Stock Giver: Marcus Marcus’ stockroom is running dangerously low on useless touristy crap. Find ten handsome bobble-heads around the Hyperion factory complex and bring them back to Marcus for a handsome reward. Hyperion Dump Missions: Main Missions: Are you from these parts? Giver: Tannis Patricia Tannis needs parts to build her magnificent… something. Head down to the Hyperion Dump and search the scrapped claptraps for parts and bring them back to her. Side Missions: Burnin’ Rubber Giver: Marcus Those lousy rustbuckets have stolen Marcus’ bus tires! Go to the Hyperion Dump and find six good looking tires. It’s time to spruce this old girl up. Fight For Your Right To Part-E Giver: Tannis Tannis needs some more parts to complete her creation’s Infinite Improbability Drive. If you can’t find any lying around, just rip them out of some claptrap spines. Parts Is Parts Giver: Tannis Tannis needs more parts to ensure the protection grid holds on her device’s ecto-containment unit, safeguarding against total protonic reversal, which would be extraordinarily bad. We All Have Our Part To Play Giver: Tannis he 'Popcorn' setting on Tannis’ device is malfunctioning. Well, it’s not so much malfunctioning as creating deadly mutant corn. A few more parts should fix that! A Part Of Something Larger Than Yourself Giver: Tannis Just a few more parts and Tannis’ magnum opus shall be revealed! Tremble in fear at the might of Tannis and her fearsome… what is this thing, anyway? Sanders Gorge Missions: Main Missions: Eleven Rakks and Spices Giver: Marcus That’s why you don’t date crazy. After having his heart broken, Marcus needs some comfort food: Captain Sanders’ Famous Pandora Fried Rakk! Find 11 pieces of rakk-trap meat and 11 spice plants for the Captain’s famous secret recipe. Finger Lickin' Bad! Giver: Hyperion Tourist Information Board he wild and dangerous Cluck-Trap has been sighted out in Sanders Gorge. If you kill this fowl red-and-white robotic menace, you can claim a delicious bounty. Operation Trap Claptrap Trap, Phase One Giver: Blake Hyperion-brand claptraps are going haywire and are assimilating Pandora. Time for a little corporate restructuring. Locate the power plant and restore power to lower the bridges for your glorious counter-revolution. Scorched Snake Canyon Missions: Main Missions: Operation Trap Claptrap Trap, Phase Three: TripWIRED Giver: Blake he enigmatically named wireless WIRED device is the key to shutting down the Claptrap Revolution once and for all. Lower the bridge, storm Scorched Snake Canyon, and retrieve the device for Blake. Side Missions: Old Spicy Giver: Marcus Marcus knows what women like: musky odor! Find him 5 skag musk glands and some rakk hive ambergris so he can brew up a truly potent cologne. Tartarus Station Missions: Main Missions: Helping is its own reward... Wait No it isn't! Giver: Blake Blake has given you the key to a Hyperion Corporate Gift Shop. Time to see if all the blood, sweat and dead claptraps were worth it. New Contact Giver: Blake Hyperion VP, Mr. Blake wants to meet the crew that 'accidentally' slaughtered his recon team. Whoops. Find him at Tartarus Station. Side Missions: It's a Trap... Clap Giver: Clap-trap Aww, that poor helpless claptrap is in need of repair. Find a toolbox and fix him up. He’s just a little wee one. What harm could he do? Like Shootin' Rakks in a Barrel Giver: Hyperion Tourist Information Board A horde of bandits has blocked off the pass to Sanders Gorge. How can you possibly take them out? Oh look! Huge freaking gun turrets! Fix those turrets and sick‘em on the bandits. Spa Vs. Spa Giver: Hyperion Tourist Information Board al, the owner and proprietor of the illustrious Hostel Sal, is sick and tired of losing customers to those dirtbags over at the Pipp Inn Spa. Stealing the Pipp Inn’s power source oughta put a damper on their sauna… figuratively speaking. One-UpmanPipp Giver: Hyperion Tourist Information Board That slimy puke Sal has gone too far! Pipp, owner and hotelier of the far nicer Pipp Inn Spa, wants revenge. Shoving garbage in Hostel Sal’s food delivery chute should level the playing field in the resort wars. Wayward Pass Missions: Main Missions: Operation Trap Claptrap Trap, Phase Four: Reboot Giver: Blake The most finalest phase of all! Fight your way through Wayward Pass and get close enough to the original Ninja Assassin Claptrap to use the WIRED device. But be careful; no one ever said squashing an army of murderous robots was gonna be easy. Quote: Characters - new and old Marcus Tannis Blake General knoxx-trap Commandant Steele-trap Dr. Ned-trap Undead Ned-trap inter-planetry ninja Assasin D-Fault Quote: Locations: 10 mentioned in the file which is named as telport outposts which indicates for the first time we may have fast travel in a dlc Dividing Faults Hyperion Dump Entrance Mine Cart Sanders Gorge Scortched Snake Canyon Entrance Scortched Snake Canyon Exit Tannis Outpost Tartarus Station Train Station Wayward Pass <a href="http://gbxforums.gearboxsoftware.com/showthread.php?t=108873" target="_blank">Source</a> This looks awesome. Mad Moxxi's was such a weak DLC but the rest have been awesome. Looks like it'll be like Secret Armory. I'd get this day one.