Lethal Company TZP Inhalant: How to Get and Use it

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Lethal Company TZP Inhalant: How to Get and Use it

Among the various tools that you can obtain from Lethal Company, you absolutely should not underestimate the TZP Inhalant. This tool, in fact, is very useful in some circumstances, especially when you have to escape from enemies. The Lethal Company TZP Inhalant, however, also has its downsides, since it will give your character a debuff. However, this shouldn't stop you from getting it, because it is still a very useful tool. In this article, therefore, we will explain how to obtain it and how to use it.

How to Get the Lethal Company TZP Inhalant

As with many tools that are present in the game, the Lethal Company TZP Inhalant can also be obtained from the terminal located on your ship. So, the first thing to do to purchase it (at the price of 120 credits) is to head towards your ship and interact with the terminal. Once this is done, you will have to write the word “Store” and then the word “TZP Inhalant”. Once this is done, confirm your order and wait for your delivery to arrive shortly after to add this tool to your inventory.

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How to Use the Lethal Company TZP Inhalant

Even though this tool is not capable of killing monsters, it is still a great addition to your inventory when trying to escape from them. So, in case you are in a hurry, press the left mouse button to use it and receive greater speed but less endurance. In case you hold down the button, this duff will be given to you all the time.

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This tool can be very useful in situations where you will be surrounded by enemies and, therefore, will need more speed to escape with your belongings. However, our advice is to equip only one of the characters with the Lethal Company TZP Inhalant and have that person bring your loot to the ship. Keep in mind, however, that the longer you use TZP Inhalant, the longer its effects, both positive and negative, will last. Below, we provide you with a useful overview of how it works.

  • Light (12 seconds):
    • Slight visual impairment
    • Your voice sounds high-pitched to teammates
  • Heavy (36 seconds):
    • Visual impairment
    • Your voice sounds high-pitched to teammates
    • Slightly slippery controls
  • Overdose (42 seconds):
    • Heavy visual and audio impairment.
    • Your voice sounds high-pitched to teammates.
    • Slippery controls.
    • Screen shaking.

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Lethal Company TZP Inhalant: How to Get and Use it
Diana D'Estefano
Diana has been a huge fan of video games since she was a child. She started her "career" with Nintendo and then moved on to other platforms as well. She is a computer engineering student. She is passionate about everything related to the gaming industry and writes for various websites in the sector. Although she is a big fan of horror games, she plays almost all genres fearlessly.