Ballidorse Wrathweavers Destiny 2 Lightfall: How to get

Ballidorse Wrathweavers destiny 2 lightfall

Destiny 2 returns with a brand new expansion – Lightfall! This time around, the game is set to be taken over by the mysterious pyramid ships and The Witness. Players will be taken to Neomuna on Neptune, a planet that has never been explored before, and will be presented with a whole new set of secrets and an entirely new web-slinging subclass – Stand.

With all of this new content comes an abundance of new weapons and armor, and none are quite as powerful as Exotics. This guide will be focusing on the Ballidorse Wrathweavers, an Exotic armor piece, and we’ll be providing you with all the info you need to know on how to obtain it and what it can do.

How to get Ballidorse Wrathweavers Destiny 2 Lightfall

how to get Ballidorse Wrathweavers destiny 2 lightfall

Ballidorse Wrathweavers is one of the new Exotic armor pieces that you can pick up in Destiny 2 Lightfall. This one is specifically for the Warlock class, and fits into the Gauntlets slot of your character.

For how to get the Ballidorse Wrathweavers, these are yet again tied to a Legendary/Master Lost Sector.

This time, you’ll have to locate and play through these new Lost Sectors hidden within the Neomuna depths so get searching as locating these aren’t exactly easy if you don’t know where to look.

If you’ve tried to chase Exotics of this ilk before, you’ll know they’re not guaranteed at the end of the activity so best get grinding!

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Moving to the Exotic perk attached to the Ballidorse Wrathweavers, as always, this is something pretty unique, a trait that all Exotics own.

Ballidorse Wrathweavers exotic perk destiny 2 lightfall

This one specifically is called Hearts Of Ice and looks to boost you Stasis users out there.

This is due to the fact that it enhances your Winter’s Wrath Shockwave if you have it equipped. More specifically, it boosts shatter damage, so could be ideal to dispatch multiple foes in PVE.

Additionally, if you’re close to your allies, they will also get buffs in the form of an overshield and increased damage from their Stasis weapons.

While this could have a potential use case in PVP, we expect most to be using it strictly in PVE scenarios.

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Josh Chambers
Josh Chambers
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