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So far, Destiny 2’s exotic armor doesn’t feel quite as powerful as what we found in Destiny. In my mind, the jury’s out on whether this is a good or a bad thing, but for now we may as well use what we have. While many of the armor pieces available across all classes feel as though they’ve been tuned for PvE, and others simply feel lackluster (likely due to balance issues), there are still some good options for Crucible combat. With a few exceptions, I’ve found it much harder to rank D2’s exotic armor, largely due to the fact that most are incredibly situational. It’s likely that your list will differ, so be sure to tell us your favorite combinations in the comments!
Mask of the Quiet One
There’s a reason you’ve likely seen many a Titan sporting this massive helm. Not only does it look like it came from a Dark Souls game, but it makes you into an eldritch mini-boss. The more you get hurt, the more ability energy you get – and when you’re hurt, void ability kills heal you.
This is a good option for Titans who like to be in the thick