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This article describes a Pixel Gun 3D weapon. If you're looking for the same weapon in Pixel Gun World, see High Voltage (PGW).
The High Voltage is a Special weapon added in the 5.3.0 update. It is the first form of the High Voltage.
This weapon has a light blue base and the ammo pack is a slightly darker shade of blue.
The High Voltage holds 65 volts in the clip, with an additional 65 in reserve. It can be maxed out to 135 volts in reserve ammo with a total of 200 volts. This gun acts very similar to the Flaming Volcano and other flamethrowers, as it requires a close-mid range in order to do damage. After all, this is best used in levels under 12.
- The best way to obtain kills with this weapon is to sneak up behind enemies or surprise them from around the corner. They usually won't react in time and you'll get the kill. You can also hide behind opaque, thin walls and use them to take out incoming enemies.
- When an enemy holding this weapon approaches, run away and shoot it from afar.
- Since the High Voltage has a charge time when the pack is inserted, use an assault rifle to take them down.
- Due to its short range, use a long range weapon to kill this weapon user.
Use a range-combat weapon when your opponent tries to escape from you. It's really good to use when your using the Voodoo Snowman when killing players.
- Along with its upgrades, it had a scope. It was later removed from the weapon because it was completely useless.
- This weapon can also attack and damage a player through walls.
- It was previously called "Tesla Generator".
- Oddly, in the 8.0.0 update, it was renamed to Dark Mage Wand. This was likely a bug or an oversight.
- The lethality was increased from 9 to 11 in the 10.0.0 update.
- This, the Flaming Volcano and the Pet Dragon are the only guns used in very close range.
- In the 8.0.0 update, it received an extra upgrade.
- During the reload time, it has a slight delay time before firing, problably the time ot take to have all the volts restock.
- Seen in all Point Capture maps, a Volt Pack from the High Voltage is seen in the box of many Ammo packs.
- If you look closely, you will see that in the barrel, it looks like the shape of Snowball.