Are people making a noble sacrifice by avoiding Fusions to use the inferior but more balanced shotgun? Every meta is dominated by weapons that hit a critical benchmark of 1) consistency in performance and 2) ease of use.
If a weapon has high potential but too cumbersome to wield, it's not meta. The weapons that are meta are the best combinations of those traits, being not too difficult while performing well.
But they DO annoy, because most players don't expect them right now, and tend to assume you have a shotgun or sniper so when they die to a special weapon far outside shotgun range that didn't require a headshot, they go REFEREE and teabag and whine online and spread their salty tears everywhere. The people that teabag me for daring to use an Rental always are rocking meta weapons like Gnawing Hunger and a shotgun or Dire Promise and Winters.
My loadout included top tree Nova Bomb, axiom dart grenades (I contemplated switching to scattered, but I didn’t), Skull of the Dire Shankara and strafe jump (the best decision I ever made for the jumping portion. I used Go figure (with Armor piercing rounds, hip-fire grip, and high-impact reserves), Arc Ikelos_SMG_v1.0.1, and One Thousand Voices (very helpful at the boss if you are lucky enough to have ammo).
Strategy Initially, I used Risk runner because of the Arc Shanks shields and a void Edge transit, and sniper as a primary, but I found myself running out of heavy ammo fast and that’s not good for the boss room. After I switched it up, I was still able to get rid of the arc shanks using Kilos and I had to rely on my teammates or my grenade to break the void and solar shields.
My teammate used Whisper of the Worm to post up and snipe the Walker Tanks that spawn after the servitors. We did shoot the boss periodically throughout the encounter leaving him at half health by the time the final Walker was almost down.
I used my Nova bomb and emptied One Thousand Voices into ton the boss, while the solar Titan used his hammers to clear ads/minions, and then the void Titan used shields to finish off the Walker tank. The best thing to do is split off going left and right to spread out the room and make Tr3-Vr chose which way to go.
If two people try to sit in a chubby, one will die and have to respawn because their ghost will get stuck up in the wall. Worst case scenario, you need two people in the room to make it out alive.
Crown of Sorrow has a lot of mechanics to learn, but they recycle during each encounter in the raid. Once you get the mechanics and timing down, you should concern yourself with DPS to make sure you can handle enemy mobs and stun bosses.
My team: Solar Hunter with Celestial Nighthawk/ Eon Swift and bottom tree Golden Gun Solar Warlock with Phoenix Protocol and Well of Radiance Solar Titan with Melting Point/ Hammers Void Hunter with Orpheus Rigs and top tree tether Void Titan with Ursa Furious and shield Solar Warlock with Luna faction Boots and Well of Radiance I kept trying the exotic Eon Swift because I have a full set of ordnance mod gear to boost my grenade regeneration and any Eon gear grants specific energy to your teammates.
Also, keep in mind Ursa Furious, Phoenix Protocol, and Orpheus Rigs only fill your super energy back to 1/3 to 1/2 of your meter now. SMG’s are the best at breaking shields fast and machine guns do good damage especially with a major mod on it.
First: One member from each group should step in the green puddle at the front of the door. EVERY PLAYER should join at the Witches Vessel (purple globe) and shoot it together.
Repeat the combination blows with WB and NB players from earlier. Wait for the ‘Witches Vessel Awakes’ message at the bottom left of the screen and then EVERY PLAYER should join at the Witches Vessel purple globe and shoot it together to swap blessing again.
You may need to swap WB a few times before you see this message because it will refresh your timers and prevent you from wiping. Look for the chest to spawn across a gaping hole in the room leading to the stairs for the jumping puzzle.
I've been running Ablest to deal with shanks, inaugural address, and hammerhead. I’ve been watching some solo and speed runs of Berthoud on YouTube, but I’m seeing a lot of Mountain Top and Recluse being used.
So far my main load out has been: Ablest Misfit Roar of the Bear I’m playing on Xbox One, and noticed that the aim assist on the Ablest is causing me to miss a lot of distance shots. 1 Reply 2 Replies 2 Replies I ran show of force(field prep, explosive ends, boss spec), fighting lion, and a crooked fang (opening shot, box breathing, boss spec) Handled everything perfectly, but relies on your ability to clear ads with fighting lion, which is no problem for me, but your mileage may vary.
Most of you have probably watched all the different guides, but most just say vary your loadout to cover shields and just show a bit of gameplay. As soon as you do a bit of damage to the boss, he will teleport to where you drop in (Front) and spawn the first big Servitor in the back.
First big Servitor (Back) spawns with Void Shanks. Groups of Arc Shanks will spawn a couple of times on the left and right side of the room until enough damage is done to the boss and a Spider tank will spawn on the left and right side of the back of the room.
Hide in a corner near the wall or on top of some grating(out of sight of the tank directly in front of you) shoot the tank in the opposite corner of the room. One teammate can focus on the invisible guys that will rush you if you stay on the floor (only a few of them spawn with the tanks, but they are close to the entrance and will try to rush you) Once the two Tanks are dead you can focus on the boss.
I found it easier to focus on the boss and deal with those ads after. Most guides say that middle set of ads spawn again when the boss dies, but I didn’t get them a few times.
Either way once that boss goes down shoot anything that moves until that timer stops, and you see a Skiff pull up. Whisper also makes quick work of the Big Servitors.
Just remember to shoot somewhat slow paced because they will disappear and reappear after 2-3 CRT shots and could screw your White Nail. Once you kill the Shanks that spawn with the Servitors you only need to deal with Arc shields.
Play of the online game (solar) Sleeper Simulant (Mars quest, catalyst drops from any encounter in prestige spire of stars) On best of which, Bungee has promised which new Guardians will even receive some remastered sections from Destiny 1, such as the Commodore.
Essentially, it’s a superior jumping off point for those totally new to the series. Even though you don’t have access to the story elements from Year Two, you will still be able to explore the worlds from those expansions as well as the additional content, like strikes, event spaces, as well as raids.
The Void (Solar, as well as Arc) Configuration puzzle has been solved. This is similar to the puzzle from the Whisper mission where we got a ship.
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Subscribe to the canal for additional Destiny: http://bit.ly/SubToDatto The ability of the weapon, The Corruption Spreads, creates SIVA nanite clusters on rapid hits and precision kills.
Another perk of the weapon named Parasitism does more damage to enemies based on the number of SIVA nanites that attach. To obtain the catalyst, players will have to complete a heroic version of the quest you did in order to get the weapon.
Destiny 2 in its current state has no in-game LEG system, meaning players will have to use an outside platform such as discord. Many players that prefer the solo Destiny 2 experience have expressed frustration over the difficulty of this mission.
Time is important, considering teams only have twenty minutes to complete the platforming puzzles and clear out the boss fight. Fans have been calling this an opportunity to provide additional rewards for players who attempt this challenge solo.