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The Bad Juju has returned with Destiny 2’s latest DLC, The Season of Opulence. This pulse rifle was a personal favorite of mine in Destiny 1 on my Voidwalker Warlock, because it served as a very strong weapon for Guardians in everyday content such as strikes, patrols, and heroic missions. This exotic’s intrinsic perk is String of Curses; Kills refill the magazine, increase damage for a short duration, and grant Super energy based on the strength of String of Curses. It also fires full-auto. This perk synergizes very well with several subclasses and their respective exotic armor pieces to help

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After more than two years, Thorn, the legendary Weapon of Sorrow and former bane of the Crucible, has returned with some significant changes. Is it still worthy of its past infamy? Perks (courtesy of Mark of the Devourer: Rounds pierce targets and deal damage over time. Kills with this weapon leave behind Remnants. Soul Devourer: Absorbing a Remnant strengthens Mark of the Devourer and partially refills the magazine. Corkscrew Rifling: +5 to range, stability, and handling Accurized Rounds: +10 to range Textured Grip: -5 to stability, +15 to handling Stats:  Impact: 79 Range: 40 Stability: 59 Handling: 68 Reload

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  • Pros – High range. Above average stability & reload speed.
  • Cons – Low aim assist & small magazine.


  • Chambered Compensator, Corkscrew Rifling, Polygonal Rifling
  • Slideways, Tap the Trigger
  • Hip-Fire Grip
  • One of my favorite Energy auto rifles in the game, Prosecutor tends to be overlooked due to being in the same archetype as Uriels. The range and stability are strong , not to mention Tap the Trigger, which is a very underrated perk. Combine that with Hip-Fire for close quarters battles, and you have a weapon that functions well at all AR ranges, while other weapons in the archetype can tend to struggle at the edges.

    In addition to this, it’s also one of the only ARs in the game that has a sight other than the typical Red Dots. The standard reticule is reminiscent of the Red Dot ORES from Destiny 1, which was my go-to on any full auto weapon. If you’ve been looking for another weapon to supplant Uriels and Last Hope in your energy weapon spot, this is a worthy choice.


    • Pros – Above average range.
    • Cons – Below average stability & reload speed.


  • Chambered Compensator,
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