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Destiny’s most sought-after weapon in the game “Gjallarhorn” is now up for sale, for just 17 Strange Coins. Xur agent of the nine this week can be found in the back right area of the Tower.
“If there is beauty in destruction, why not also in its delivery?” – Feizel Crux
The Gjallarhorn was designed and personally crafted by Feizel Crux as a gift to the Guardians who fought the Battle of the Twilight Gap. It was forged from the armor of the Guardians who fell in battle. The Gjallarhorn is one of the best Exotic Heavy weapons available in Destiny and great for PVE.
The Gjallarhorn has the following upgrades available, keep in mind that due to September the Gjallarhorn is being nerved in Destiny 2.0
Soft Launch: Less recoil. Penalty to velocity.
Confined Launch: Greatly reduced recoil. Significant penalty to velocity.
Smart Drift Control: Predictable and controllable recoil. Penalty to velocity.
Tracking: Shells fired from this weapon track their targets.
Upgrade Damage: Increases Attack Power, allowing this weapon to cause more damage.
Quickdraw: This weapon can be drawn unbelievably fast.
Snapshot: Aiming this weapon is incredibly fast.
Speed Reload: Reload this weapon quickly.
Wolfpack Rounds: Rounds fired from this weapon split into tracking cluster missiles upon detonation.
Upgrade Damage 2: Increases Attack Power, allowing this weapon to cause more damage.
Upgrade Damage 3: Increases Attack Power, allowing this weapon to cause more damage.
Upgrade Damage 4: Increases Attack Power, allowing this weapon to cause more damage.
Upgrade Damage 5: Increases Attack Power, allowing this weapon to cause more damage.
Bungie had to say the following about the Gjallarhorn Nerve coming in Destiny: The Taking King:
If Destiny had a nuke it would be the “Ballerhorn.” We definitely intended to have a high damage Heavy Weapon that was ideal for PvE destruction. What we did not intend, and what we unfortunately saw, was pick up Raid and Nightfall groups gating participation based on whether or not players had this weapon. Gjallarhorn was so strong that for many people it had become the only answer to getting through tough encounters, and therefore they were less willing to spend time with other players that didn’t have it.
We strive for Destiny to be a place where a single weapon or strategy does not dictate how, or with whom, you spend your time. In the new world Gjallarhorn is still worthy of its legacy as an exotic Heavy Weapon, but we hope it promotes inclusive behavior rather than exclusivity.
Reduce damage of Wolfpack Rounds