Legendary Scout Rifle Reviews

Hand of Judgment Pros – Very high range. Neutral – Average reload speed. Cons – Poor stability. Below average mag size and aim assist. Recommended PvP Perks: Red Dot-OAS, Red Dot-ORES, Red Dot-ORS1, TrueSight IS Hand-Laid Stock, Braced Frame, Perfect Balance, Injection Mold, Smallbore High Caliber Rounds/Explosive Rounds, Lightweight, Snapshot Hidden Hand/Zen Moment, Crowd Control, Life Support, Outlaw, Eye of the Storm, Firefly This House of Judgment scout rifle is a rare a drop, but it’s easy to pull a great roll from it. Aim assist is low for scout rifles as a whole, but high on this one. TrueSight is a little cluttered for

Crucible Legacy Weapon Reviews

All of these are obtained from rank-up packages. Grim Citizen III Pros – Very high Range. Cons – Low stability & slow reload. Recommended Perks: Red Dot-OAS, Red Dot-ORES, Red Dot-ORS1, SureShot IS Rangefinder, Crowd Control, Persistence Perfect Balance, Hand-laid Stock, Fitted Stock, Injection Mold, Smallbore, Rifled Barrel, Hand Loaded Hidden Hand, Feeding Frenzy, Grenadier A member of the high-Impact archetype, not used much anymore. If you can’t get the recommended perks, don’t feel bad – try another primary until this gets a buff. [divider] The Saterienne Rapier Pros – High Range & Stability. Cons – Low mag size. Recommended

Best Legendary Hand Cannons

The Lingering Song Pros – Possibility of killing very low armor players with 2 crit shots. Very high range. Cons – Low stability & reload speed. Recommended PvP Perks: Iron Lordly Sights Braced Frame, Smallbore, Hammer Forged, Rifled Barrel Feather Mag, Explosive Rounds, High Caliber Rounds, Quickdraw, Single Point Sling Luck in the Chamber, Rangefinder, Hidden Hand, Third Eye, Firefly Recommended PvE Perks: Iron Lordly Sights Hammer Forged Explosive Rounds, High Caliber Rounds, Quickdraw, Single Point Sling Firefly, Rangefinder, Hidden Hand, Third Eye This is a niche hand cannon, but can do something only two other Y3 hand cannons can: 2 shot kill. That

The Silvered Dread Review

The Silvered Dread hails from an archetype that, prior to this IB, was severely underrepresented in year three. For more Iron Banner weapon reviews, click here. [divider] The Silvered Dread Pros – Very high range, reload speed, and inventory. High recoil direction. Neutral – Average mag size. Cons – Below average aim assist and stability. Recommended Perks: Linear Compensator Perfect Balance, Braced Frame, Smallbore, Hammer Forged Field Scout, Extended Mag, Speed Reload, Quickdraw, Single Point Sling Hidden Hand, Rangefinder, Life Support, Counterbalance, Grenadier, Army of One, Spray and Play, Persistence The Silvered Dread might be on the of the best weapons

Strike-Exclusive Weapon Reviews

Treads Upon Stars Shield Brothers, Dust Palace, Cerebus Vae III Pros – Above average reload speed. Neutral – Average mag size and range. Cons – Low stability. Below average aim assist. Recommended PvP Perks: Red Dot-OAS, TrueSight IS, Red Dot-ORES, Red Dot-ORS1 Crowd Control, Zen Moment, Life Support Hand-laid Stock, Perfect Balance, Injection Mold, Smallbore, Explosive Rounds, Braced Frame, High Caliber Rounds Hidden Hand, Third Eye, Outlaw, Reactive Reload, Grenadier, Army of One, Firefly Recommended PvE Perks: Red Dot-OAS, TrueSight IS, Red Dot-ORES, Red Dot-ORS1 Crowd Control, Triple Tap, Life Support, Zen Moment Explosive Rounds, Hand-laid Stock, Perfect Balance, Injection

Reviewing The Unbent Tree & The Proud Spire

[divider] The Unbent Tree Vendor Roll: Perfect Balance/Reinforced Barrel, Lightweight/Casket Mag, Hidden Hand/Hip Fire Pros – Very fast TtK with body shots (1.07s, 17 body shots to kill). High aim assist, mag size, and reload speed. Cons – Very low range and stability. Below average recoil direction. Recommended Perks: Iron Ranged Scope Braced Frame, Perfect Balance, Smallbore, Hammer Forged, Send It Lightweight, Single Point Sling, Quickdraw Counterbalance, Rangefinder, Persistence, Hidden Hand For those of you who never managed to get a perfectly rolled Doctrine of Passing in year two, The Unbent Tree may be your shot at redemption. Like almost all


Wrath of the Machine Weapon Review

The newest Destiny raid weapons look to have taken a leaf out Year 1’s book, deciding to add extra raid-specific perks to the weapons’ intrinsic slots, as opposed to replacing something from the perk tree. This is a very good sign, as it adds to the usability of the guns instead of decreasing it. These weapons do not appear to be dominant in all modes, instead focusing their skill trees on things that are designed to make them either go-to weapons in PvE, or competitive choices in PvP. The actual execution of this plan varies from weapon to weapon, so let’s take