The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth (Windows)/Repentance
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The Binding of Isaac: Repentance is the third and final (for real this time) expansion pack for The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth. It features tons of brand-new content, much of which is integrated from The Binding of Isaac: Antibirth, a fan-made expansion that was originally released as a mod for Rebirth.
- 1 Miscellaneous Unused Graphics
- 1.1 Edith
- 1.2 Edith's Cursor
- 1.3 Tainted Edith Door
- 1.4 Dark Esau
- 1.5 Mausoleum B
- 1.6 Plum Hint
- 1.7 Placeholder Item
- 1.8 Pill Crusher
- 1.9 Menorah
- 1.10 Stone Bombs
- 1.11 Knife Pieces
- 1.12 Beth's Heart
- 1.13 Maid in the Mist
- 1.14 Teleporter Room Icon
- 1.15 Unused Stat Icons
- 1.16 Demo Timer
- 1.17 Red TNT
- 1.18 Ghost Babel Exit Doors
- 1.19 Cracked House Door
- 1.20 Downpour Double Key Door
- 1.21 Angel Room Trapdoor
- 1.22 Ashpit Ash
- 1.23 Mines Markings
- 1.24 Spicy Rails
- 1.25 Hot Brimstone
- 1.26 Head Projectile
- 1.27 Corpse Lump
- 1.28 Downpour Faceless
- 1.29 "Normal" Blurb
- 1.30 Bloated Fartigan
- 1.31 Spinning Poot Mine
- 1.32 Unused Morningstar
- 1.33 Unused Shell Segment
- 1.34 Beast Laughing
- 1.35 Beast Pog
- 1.36 Dabbing Heretic
- 1.37 Hornfel's Dentonator
- 1.38 Singe
- 1.39 Reap Creep Death
- 1.40 Sideways Scourge
- 1.41 Siren Attacks
- 1.42 Wormwood
- 1.43 Ultra Death
- 1.44 Collection Page Items
- 1.45 Unused Item Costumes
- 1.46 Unused Unlockables
- 2 Music
- 3 Unused Bosses
- 4 Unused Enemies
- 5 Curse of the Giant
- 6 Dogma's Unused Attacks
- 7 Mortis
- 8 Unused Greed Mode Floors
- 9 Filename Oddities
- 10 Version Differences
Miscellaneous Unused Graphics
Edith was a planned "secret character" for Antibirth. She was incomplete at the time of the mod's release, and thus went unused, though she could be accessed through hacks. She does not appear as a character in Repentance, but one of her gameplay concepts was instead given to the Tainted Forgotten, and she makes a cameo appearance as a random statue the player can transform into when using an inverted The Chariot card.
In Antibirth, Edith's main gameplay mechanic was that she could only move by teleportation, the position of which is controlled by the player and marked with a cursor in a similar fashion to Epic Fetus. This cursor graphic is new to Repentance, as a generic red cursor was used in Antibirth instead.
Tainted Edith Door
The graphics for the tainted character selection menu contain an unused character door, which appears to have been intended for Edith due to the salt shaker. Perhaps Edith was intended to return in Repentance with a tainted version at some point?
A stage transition/Vs. screen portrait for Dark Esau. Dark Esau isn't a playable character, so this is not needed.
The entire backdrop for the "back half" of the Mausoleum still exists in Repentance, and can be enabled in-game by changing a stage's backdrop to 41.
A small graphic hinting at the "sparing Baby Plum" mechanic.
A placeholder item icon. Why this didn't exist until Repentance is a mystery. It is very similar in appearance to the missing texture from the Source engine.
The Pill Crusher was an item that was originally planned for Antibirth. According to a blog post, it would have been a no-charge active item found in shops that, when used, would consume Isaac's held pill (if any) and activate a room-wide effect depending on the type of pill.
The file name of the item's icon indicates that it would have occupied the item ID 648, placing it between 4.5 Volt (647) and Fruity Plum (649). In the final game, this item ID goes unused.
The entire sprite atlas of the Menorah familiar from Antibirth. The Menorah is one of the few (non-redundant) items from Antibirth that didn't make the cut for Repentance.
Graphics of live Stone Bombs (both normal and enlarged from Mr. Mega) from Antibirth. Stone Bombs are another of the few (non-redundant) items from Antibirth that didn't make the cut for Repentance.
The Knife Piece 2 and Knife Piece 3 familiars from Antibirth. The second and third knife pieces were combined in Repentance, leaving these graphics unused.
Beth's Heart is a familiar-based item that didn't make it into either Antibirth or Repentance.
Maid in the Mist
An unused boss portrait for "Maid in the Mist". A post-release Antibirth blogpost teased this boss in name only, and was likely the precursor to Min-Min, as not only are their attacks and theme very similar, but they were also assigned the ID 913 according to the filename.
Teleporter Room Icon
A map icon for the teleporter room, which was used in Antibirth to access the back half of the Mausoleum. Interestingly, this icon appears on the game's Steam page, implying the back half was cut later in development.
Unused Stat Icons
Two unused "Found HUD" icons. The first presumably would have been used to show the chance of a Planetarium generating on the current floor, a stat that is otherwise not visible to the player. The crown icon is unknown.
The timer used for demos. Once the timer hit zero, you would transform into The Lost and could only take one hit before dying.
A sprite atlas of Red TNT, which was used in Antibirth and functioned as a more volatile variant of TNT.
Ghost Babel Exit Doors
Artwork for the exit doors in the scrapped Ghost Babel challenge.
Cracked House Door
A variant of the Home door with a crack in the middle, similar to how the door on Isaac's room is depicted in the game's intro. This graphic technically IS used for Isaac's bedroom on the Home floor, but it can only be seen by spawning enemies via the Everything Jar, which is extremely unlikely.
Downpour Double Key Door
A double-key door intended for Downpour. Double-key doors don't have unique graphics per floor, so it's possible that this was intended for Downpour's entrance door.
Angel Room Trapdoor
An unused Angel-colored trapdoor. Originally used for the Jacob's Ladder item in Antibirth, this went unused when the item was reworked into The Stairway.
Sprites for pits filled with ash. While there are rooms filled with ash in the Ashpit, these aren't used in them.
Some pebble patterns used in Antibirth as a hint for the Knife Piece 2 puzzle. The knife pieces were completely reworked in Repentance, so this goes unused.
A red-hot variant of the minecart rails seen in Mines and Ashpit.
"Hot Brimstone". What this would've been used for is a mystery.
A variant of the Sub Horf enemy with a unique color scheme and missing frames. It's labeled as "HeadProjectile", implying it was used as a player or enemy projectile instead of for an entity.
Two Corpse variants for the Lump enemy, with a unique facial expression more similar to the Flash original. These are a leftover from Antibirth where Lumps could naturally appear in the Corpse. If Lumps are spawned in the Corpse via a reward plate or otherwise, they use their standard graphics, as they aren't programmed to have floor alts.
A Downpour variant of Faceless, a leftover from Antibirth where they could appear there. In Repentance, this enemy isn't programmed to have enemy variants, so it is impossible to see.
A "normal" variant of Blurb, used outside of Downpour and Dross. Blurbs were spawned by Mausoleum Mom's Heart in Antibirth, but this doesn't happen in Repentance. The only way this can be seen is if it's randomly spawned with the Everything Jar, which is exceptionally unlikely.
An unused frame for the Fartigan enemy with a bloated head.
Spinning Poot Mine
Unique rotation frames for the Poot Mine, suggested it would've rotated as it floated through the air.
Unused frames for the Morningstar enemy and a second chain graphic.
Unused Shell Segment
A very run-down segment of The Shell.
Unused graphics for The Beast laughing in the background. This likely would've been used alongside the laughing animations of the Ultra Harbingers.
An unused frame for the Beast's mouth, with a very... peculiar facial expression. PogChamp was sort of a running joke throughout Repentance's development, with developers sharing various memes featuring Isaac characters "pogging". This facial expression is technically used in one of the Beast's surfacing animations, but it's obscured by the lava.
An unused frame of the Heretic dabbing, a dance move popularized by memes in 2014.
Graphics for Hornfel activating a TNT dentonator, and posing with his arms up.
Various unused poses for Singe.
Reap Creep Death
An alternate take on Reap Creep's death animation.
Profile views of The Scourge.
Various unused graphics for The Siren. The first is a leftover from The Siren's revival mechanic, while the rest are from her musical note attack, both of which were removed from Repentance.
Unused angles of Wormwood's head.
A recolor of Wormwood for the Corpse. This is a leftover from when Wormwood could appear in the Corpse in Antibirth, and if Wormwood is spawned in the Corpse using commands, it will use this spritesheet.
An unused and clearly unfinished frame of Ultra Death's body.
Collection Page Items
The following unused icons exist on the item collection page's sprite atlas:
Unused Item Costumes
Unused images for unlockables. Most of these are leftovers from Antibirth, and are, appropriately, stored in a subfolder named
|Edith||This character existed in Antibirth as an unused secret character, but does not appear in Repentance.|
|Beth's Heart||This item does not appear in Repentance.|
|Blank Bombs||This item does not appear in Repentance.|
|Donkey Jawbone||This item appeared Antibirth, but it does not appear in Repentance, and was instead made into an attribute of Tainted Samson. In the original mod, it did a melee spin attack when the player takes damage.|
|Evil Charm||This item is unlocked by default in Repentance.|
|Psy Fly||This item is unlocked by default in Repentance.|
|Salt Shaker||This item was unimplemented in Antibirth, and does not appear in Repentance. In the original mod, it summons a salt circle which applies fear to enemies.|
|Apple of Sodom||This trinket was unimplemented in Antibirth, but is unlocked by default in Repentance.|
|Illusion Heart||This pickup existed in Antibirth, though it went unused. It does not appear in Repentance. In the original mod, it summons a temporary second character similar to Esau. The character disappears if the illusion heart is lost.|
|Rune of Gebo||This rune appeared in Antibirth, but it does not appear in Repentance. In the original mod, it automatically gives money to machines and beggars without draining the player's resources.|
|Rune of Kenaz||This rune appeared in Antibirth, but it does not appear in Repentance. In the original mod, it poisoned all enemies in the room for 30 seconds.|
|Rune of Fehu||This rune appeared in Antibirth, but it does not appear in Repentance, likely due to it being too similar to the Ace of Diamonds card introduced in Afterbirth+ and/or the inverted The Hermit card introduced in Repentance. In the original mod, it turned all items and pickups in the room into their equivalent worth in coins.|
|Rune of Othala||This rune appeared in Antibirth, but it does not appear in Repentance. In the original mod, it gave another copy of an item the player already has.|
|Rune of Ingwaz||This rune was unfinished and unimplemented in Antibirth, and does not appear in Repentance.|
|Rune of Sowilo||This rune was unfinished and unimplemented in Antibirth, and does not appear in Repentance.|
|Turbo!||This challenge appeared in Antibirth, but it does not appear in Repentance, likely due to it being too similar to the "SPEED!" challenge introduced in Afterbirth. In the original mod, the challenge to reach mom as Cain while the game is sped up. No time limit is present.|
|Ghost Babel||This challenge was planned to be added in an update to Antibirth, but was never finished and does not appear in Repentance. This challenge would have involved Nightwatches, which do not appear in Repentance either.|
|Dimension Red||This challenge does not appear in Repentance, as it was seemingly replaced with the Red Redemption challenge.|
|Divide And Conquer||This challenge does not appear in Repentance.|
|BFF Baby||This co-op baby does not appear in Repentance.|
|Duplex Baby||This co-op baby does not appear in Repentance.|
|Lot Baby||This co-op baby does not appear in Repentance.|
|Pawn Baby||This co-op baby does not appear in Repentance.|
|Salty Baby||This co-op baby does not appear in Repentance.|
|Keeper's Rope||This is the only unlockable that is not a leftover from Antibirth, and thus the only unlockable that is not stored in the |
Re-reversing the "mirror world" BGM reveals that it's actually a completely different arrangement of the music, with more ethereal tones and lighter instrumentation.
This is a layer for the Home track. The stage doesn't actually call for this track at all, so even if enough enemies are spawned to trigger a layer, it won't play. Oddly enough, bits and pieces of this appear in the official soundtrack version of this track.
- Enemy ID: 919
- Boss ID: 98
- Base HP: 792
- Stage HP: 0
- Champion: No
Raglich is a boss that appears to be a member of the Rag Man lineage. It does not appear in any rooms, meaning it can only be spawned with the debug console. Its portrait does not have a shadow, which implies it was cut before the revised Vs. screen was implemented. Raglich has three phases and a rather barebones attack pattern:
- Upon spawning, summons two Rag Creeps.
- Hovers along the walls of the room, occasionally stopping to fire a purple Brimstone beam. Despite being colored purple, this beam does not have homing properties.
- This is followed up with a quick dash to the opposite wall.
- Occasionally spawns a Rag Creep.
Raglich enters its second phase at approximately 66% health. Upon performing its dash attack, it will stop to shoot a volley of four purple fires in the diagonal directions, followed by another volley of fires in the cardinal directions.
At 33% health, Raglich will summon a pair of giant arms from below that rip out three columns of tiles on both sides of the arena, leaving only a small area to move. If Isaac lacks flight and is standing on a tile as is being removed, he will fall into the pit, take damage, and respawn after a few seconds, much like stepping on a Pitfall. Raglich then resumes his previous attack pattern.
- Enemy ID: 921
- Boss ID: 102
- Base HP: 500
- Stage HP: 0
- Champion: No
Clutch is a poltergeist-like boss that appears to have been intended for the Ashpit, due to its use of Clickety Clacks. Unlike Raglich, Clutch actually has rooms, which can be accessed using the debug console. He can be added to a floor's boss pool with mods. This boss is referred to with multiple different names—its boss rooms are named "The Possessor", but it is referred to as "Clutch" in the entities2.xml and bossportraits.xml configuration files and in various file names. Its portrait is misaligned does not have a shadow, which implies it was cut before the revised Vs. screen was implemented. It also does not have a boss title, which, in addition to the aforementioned naming oddity, suggests that its name was not finalized before being cut.
Upon entering the boss room, Clutch will immediately possess one of the four Clickety Clacks in the room, causing its face and color to change and shoot 8 bone shots in the cardinal and diagonal directions. The possessed Clickety Clack will chase Isaac aggressively, shooting volleys of three bones when Isaac is lined up with it. After enough damage is dealt, Clutch is ejected from the Clickety Clack and is stunned for a few seconds, after which Clutch revives any fallen Clickety Clacks to repeat the cycle. The Clickety Clacks in this boss fight do not immediately revive, and must instead wait for Clutch to revive them.
Upon losing approximately two-thirds of its health, Clutch will scream and turn the four Clickety Clacks into two bone orbitals each that orbit Clutch, while leaving indestructible purple fires where the Clickety Clacks once stood. Clutch will then dash directly to Isaac's location and rapidly shoot 6 volleys of 8 red shots, repeating this attack endlessly until the boss is defeated. The bone orbitals can be damaged and eventually destroyed by Isaac.
Corpse Eater/Carrion Rider
- Enemy ID: 239.100/239.101
- Base HP: 48
- Stage HP: 2.5
- Champion: No
Corpse Eater and Carrion Rider were enemies in Antibirth, which could appear in the Mausoleum and the Corpse. They wandered around the room, charging randomly and eating other monsters. Their behavior in Repentance is clearly unfinished, as they behave identically to Grub in every way (even spawning the same enemies on death) and their animations do not function correctly in-game.
- Enemy ID: 240.2
- Base HP: 17
- Stage HP: 4
- Champion: No
Rag Creep is an enemy summoned exclusively by the unused boss Raglich. It fires four homing shots in a straight line.
Split Rage Creep
- Enemy ID: 241.1
- Base HP: 16
- Stage HP: 0
- Champion: Yes
Split Rage Creep is new to Repentance. It fires two Brimstone beams at 30° angles, leaving a small blind spot in the middle.
- Enemy ID: 803
- Base HP: 18
- Stage HP: 0
- Champion: Yes
Blind Bat was another enemy in Antibirth, which could appear in the Caves, Mines, Depths, Necropolis, and the Cathedral. It hung from the ceiling, waiting until Isaac passed under it to strike. In Repentance, it has no behavior other than dealing contact damage, instead sliding around the room when hit like the unused Skinless Hush boss. As a result, it never changes from the first frame of its animation of hanging from the ceiling.
- Enemy ID: 832
- Base HP: 25
- Stage HP: 0
- Champion: Yes
While Exorcists do appear in Repentance during The Heretic's summoning ritual, they do not appear as standalone enemies like they did in Antibirth, where they could appear elsewhere in the Mausoleum. Despite this, Exorcists seem to be fully functional and even have updated sprites, though their behavior is very different from Antibirth:
- Wanders around the room, summoning a Lil' Haunt a few seconds after spawning. If the Lil' Haunt is killed, it will spawn another one after a few seconds.
- If any enemy is killed while an Exorcist is alive in the room (including summoned Lil' Haunts and other Exorcists), it will leave behind a red ghost, identical to those that appear when Isaac holds Vade Retro.
- Oddly, ghost-like enemies (Lil' Haunt, Wizoob, etc) do not normally leave behind red ghosts when Isaac has Vade Retro. They will only ever leave a red ghost behind if an Exorcist is present in the room.
- If there are any red ghosts, an Exorcist can walk up to them and revive them as Lil' Haunts.
- Revived Lil' Haunts will turn back into red ghosts when killed.
- Vade Retro can be used to prevent this by destroying the red ghosts.
- When all Exorcists in the room have been killed, any red ghosts remaining in the room will disappear unless Isaac has Vade Retro.
Interestingly, while Exorcists are not normally used, they do appear in the game's bestiary and in unused Greed Mode enemy waves. This implies that the enemy was cut late in development.
- Enemy ID: 839
- Base HP: 25
- Stage HP: 0
- Champion: Yes
Strifer was yet another enemy in Antibirth, which could appear in the Mausoleum, strafing back and forth while shooting lines of four bullets. This enemy also has no behavior in Repentance. If spawned, only its lower body will appear properly.
- Enemy ID: 842
- Base HP: 25
- Stage HP: 5
- Champion: No
Nightwatch was an invincible enemy in Antibirth, which could appear in the Mausoleum, patrolling the area. If they spotted Isaac, they would summon reinforcements to attack. This enemy has no behavior in Repentance, and can be damaged like normal.
- Enemy ID: 843/843.1
- Base HP: 16/18
- Stage HP: 2
- Champion: Yes
Canary and Foreigner were intended for the Mines, as indicated by their body sprite. Given the "x" in their filename, they were planned for the unreleased Antibirth update. Once again, these enemies have no behaviour.
- Enemy ID: 858
- Base HP: 60
- Stage HP: 0
- Champion: Yes
Vessel was, once again, an enemy in Antibirth, which could appear in the Corpse. It wandered around the room, occasionally spawning Small Maggots and creating green creep. In Repentance, it has no behavior.
The following enemies only consist of sprites and/or last will portraits - they aren't coded as entities, and thus can't be spawned in-game.
|Cadavra||A cut boss. The thin and fat twin are named "Nibs" and "Chubs" respectively in the animation file. This boss was teased by Edmund on Twitter before the game's release, but is nowhere to be found in the final game.|
|Tainted Mr. Maw||A tainted version of Mr. Maw for use during the Ascent. It likely would have split into multiple parts.|
|Red Fly Bomb||A Fly Bomb, but colored red and with added spikes.|
|Barfy||Graphics for Barfy, a Corpse enemy that was present in Antibirth but cut from Repentance.|
|Grave Robber||This enemy was planned for the Antibirth update, but never made it in the game.|
|Echo Bat||This Mines enemy fired sonic waves that reversed your controls. It did not make the cut for Repentance.|
|Screamer||This enemy appeared in the Mausoleum and screamed if you got too close, petrifying you. All that remains of this enemy in Repentance is its last will icon.|
|Coil||Coil was an invincible enemy in the Corpse that connected to other enemies via a damaging laser. Only its last will icon is present.|
Curse of the Giant
Curse of the Giant was a curse introduced in Antibirth, which would force all regular rooms on the floor to be large rooms by combining multiple smaller rooms together. This curse exists in Repentance and is fully functional, but can only be accessed with the
curse command. It may have been cut due to its unstable nature—some room combinations can result in strange layouts, broken puzzles, unfair enemy combinations, and other issues.
Dogma's Unused Attacks
Dogma has two unused attacks, which cannot be reactivated in-game but can be spawned with debug commands.
"Dogma Angel Baby" would have spawned in the middle of Dogma's spin attack in its second phase. They float around aimlessly for a bit, before stopping to charge directly at Isaac and explode at the end of its path.
This blackhole sucks in a horde of red projectiles for a short time, before dissipating and leaving a large burst of projectiles that float in the air briefly. Dogma's animations for firing the black hole still exist in its animation file.
The game files contain a few references to a scrapped alternate floor for the Corpse, called Mortis. There are no graphics associated with Mortis, and there is no stage defined for it in
roomsfolder contains a .stb file for Mortis, but it only contains a single room with some Poison Minds. Greed Mode also has a layout for Mortis, containing only empty room layouts for the enemy arena.
music.xmlcontains a placeholder entry for Mortis, simply named "not done". It uses the Womb's music as a placeholder.
- Mortis corresponds to stages 7d and 8d. Attempting to go to these using the console causes the game to freeze. Doing this in Greed Mode instantly crashes the game.
Unused Greed Mode Floors
rooms folder contains Greed Mode layouts for all of the alternate path floors (including Mortis). They can be accessed in-game by using the debug console and using the
stage command to change the stage, by appending "c" or "d" to the stage number. These appear to have been scrapped in the middle of being designed—Downpour, Dross, Mines, Ashpit, and Mausoleum are populated with room layouts and enemy waves, but Gehenna, Corpse, and Mortis have no enemy waves; initiating the enemy sequence will only cause empty waves to appear that end immediately. Item rooms work as expected, providing one visible choice and one blind choice. Because these floors are unfinished, there are some oddities and strange occurrences:
- All boss waves on these floors are assigned the default difficulty level of 1. If the game attempts to spawn a boss wave with a higher difficulty, it will spawn an empty wave, which ends the round instantly.
- Several waves in Downpour contain Army Flies, which don't appear there in the base game.
- All room layouts for the enemy arena in the Mines and Ashpit contain rails, but no enemy waves use minecarts. They can only be used by Hornfel, who only appears in the Mines.
- Great Gideon appears in a boss wave in the Mines and Ashpit, but the game crashes when he attempts to summon enemies.
- The Mausoleum contains multiple enemies that do not appear in its base floor:
- Holy Bony, which is normally exclusive to the Cathedral
- Fanatic, an enemy that is only seen during the fight with The Heretic and cannot be encountered in normal rooms
- The Visage, which only appears in the Gehenna
- Exorcists, which cannot be encountered in the game at all
- Lil Blub is still referred to as its Antibirth name "Beelzeblub" in the game's files.
- Similarly, Mother is referred to as "The Witness" in most of the game's files.
- The "Flagellant" enemy is referred to as "Lunatic", its Antibirth name.
- The "Drip" enemy is referred to as "Floater".
- The "Splurt" enemy is referred to as "Waterboy".
- The "Cloggy" enemy is referred to as "Residuum".
- The "Fartigan" enemy is referred to as "Gas Dwarf" in its animation file.
- The item "4.5 Volt" is referred to as "Assault Battery" in its graphics files. Given this item was intended for the unreleased Antibirth update, this was likely its name before being changed.
- The music files for Dross simply refer to it as "sewer".
This version of Repentance was released across most consoles and regions on November 4th, 2021. It contains numerous differences from the Steam version.
Graphical changes include the following:
- The starting room now has unique graphics for every character, highlighting their differences in gameplay.
- A new visual synergy has been added if you somehow obtain two copies of Guppy's Eye.
- The enemies Dukie, The Thing, and Blue Boil have been given new spritework.
|Before Update||After Update|
- Lazarus has an updated hairstyle more similar to his character portraits.
|Before Update||After Update|
- The Converter has a new sprite.
|Before Update||After Update|
Gameplay changes include:
- Three new items have been added. These are all considered "hidden items" and cannot be obtained in normal play, nor do they count for completion.
|Glass Eye||730||Damage + Luck up|
|Stye||731||Damage + Range up to tears fired from Isaac's right eye|
|Mom's Ring||732||Damage up, spawns a rune on pickup|
- New rooms have been added to various floors: 15 for Caves, 15 for Flooded Caves, 1 for Scarred Womb, 19 for Ashpit, and a whopping 60 for Dank Depths.
- Converter now has a three-room charge, fixing an instant-win scenario as Tainted Judas
- Holy Mantle now grants a full second of invincibility frames, as opposed to the half-second in the release version.
- Tainted Eden no longer rerolls on self-damage, including Curse Rooms or self-damage items.
- Tainted Cain's recipes are now randomized per seed, while a few fixed recipes exist for certain items.
- Rocket Bombs will now only activate if Isaac is firing in a certain direction.
- Lemegeton now has a chance to grant items based on the room's pool, instead of being guaranteed.
- Taking a boss item generated by Satanic Bible now locks you in to Devil Room precedent. Previously, you could take items generated by Satanic Bible and still get Angel Rooms.
- Hearts can now be collected in Tainted Jacob's ghostly form.
- Tainted Azazel's sneeze attack now leaves a graphical indicator on afflicted enemies.
- Birthright still does not have effects for all characters, but there are new unused descriptions for them:
|Magdalene||"Limit breaker + HP up"|
|Cain||"Better arcades + luck up"|
|Judas/Dark Judas||"Belial incarnate"|
|Tainted Judas||"Extended darkness"|
|Tainted Apollyon||"Double tap swarm"|
|Tainted Bethany||"Greater summoning"|
|Tainted Jacob||"Uneasy alliance"|
- Various Tainted characters that were previously missing descriptions now have them:
|Tainted Eve||"Clot Summoner"|
|Tainted Azazel||"Broken Wings"|
|Tainted Lilith||"Fetal Fury"|
|Tainted Apollyon||"Plague Bringer"|
- items_metadata.xml has been updated.
- Lost Fly (tags: offensive -> nolostbr)
- Delirious (tags: summonable removed)
- Bozo (tags: offensive removed)
- Mr.Me (tags: summonable removed)
- Mycormycosis (tags: offensive added)
- Larynx (tags: offensive added)
- Death Certificate (tags: offensive added)
- Yuck Heart (tags: offensive removed)
- Suplex (tags: offensive added)
- Bag of Crafting (Quality 3 -> 4)
Fixed bugs and oversights:
- Transforming into Tainted Isaac via the Clicker no longer crashes the game.
- Tammy's Head now properly appears in the Treasure Room pool. Previously, it only appeared in the Crane Game pool.
- Chub and The Matriarch no longer drop an excessive amount of hearts on death.
- Taking a pill while under the effects of Mega Mush no longer prevents Isaac from firing.
- C Section is now considered a "hidden item", meaning it no longer appears in the Death Certificate area nor the Collection Page, and cannot be obtained with Eden or the Spindown Dice. In the release version, the item was not in any item pools and had no effect, but it was still required for 100% completion.
- Black Markets can now be entered again, and no longer redirect Isaac to an I AM ERROR Room.
- End goals like End Chests and Trophies now act like trapdoors, meaning they no longer activate instantly if they spawn on top of Isaac.
- Dead Cat no longer grants infinite lives when taken with Esau.
- Plan C no longer works on the fight with The Beast - it only kills the currently active harbinger instead of all of them at the same time.
The Binding of Isaac series
|Windows||The Binding of Isaac • The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth (Afterbirth, Afterbirth+, Repentance)|