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Legendary Shotgun Kinetic
Review Rating
"The logic is ineluctable: Those who die deserve oblivion." —Kuldax Read Lore

The Pit. The depths where light dies and Light is a sin greater than heresy. There, in the crimson palaces of ancient legions where the plotters of ruin gaze with keen eye upon the harsh caress of beauteous carnage. There, where the armies of marrow clash for the honored glory of oblivion or its opposite—evolution through pain, evolution through force of will and the shattering of all deemed unworthy by the right of blade and fist and heel and tooth and claw. The Pit. The sunken paradise of blood and dust where a Prince was once celebrated with the gift of slaughter, his sword dulled upon the rigid bone of violent sacrifice. There, where a lost Swarm sought a new King of Depths, Lord of Chaos and Ruin. There, in the absence of He Who Mastered Shapes, where that Hidden Swarm found themselves unfit for the logic's prize, where no champion could stand, where a heartbroken Daughter looked upon sin and saw not damnation but the desperate lie of its other. There, in the deepest chambers of decay, proud Hashladûn found salvation in the twisting of the logic's truth. The Pit. The sacred hollow where the Daughters of the Breaker of Worlds, the beloved Granddaughters of the Taker of Will, denied the logic. There, where a shattered champion—a failure according to all that was holy—was resurrected. Not to rule, but to ensure that a tattered lineage held claim to a broken throne through force and lies and war—a joining of the Three. The Pit. The temple where mighty Zulmak fought and died and was risen—no longer a champion, no longer anything but death born of lies and bred anew to conqueror life until life was no more.

PvP Insights

Usage 0.0620% #176
Kills 0.0480% #174
Headshots 0.0570% #136

Item Statistics

Selecting weapon perks and mods can alter the stats shown below.

Reload Speed
Rounds/Min 65
Magazine 6
Aim Assistance
Inventory Size
Recoil Direction

Version Log

Season 10 Season of the Worthy
  • Modified - 3/9/2020
Season 9 Season of Dawn
  • Modified - 1/27/2020
  • Modified - 12/9/2019
Season 8 Destiny 2: Shadowkeep
  • Modified - 11/11/2019
  • Declassified - 10/28/2019
  • Added - 9/30/2019


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3 months ago on Steam
Overall a great gun, its essentially the legendary chaperone. Best roll for PVP would be Full-bore | Accurized Rounds | Quick-draw | Opening Shot | Range Masterwork
3 months ago on Steam
4 months ago on Xbox
its better then chap
4 months ago on Xbox
fun gun in general
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4 months ago on Steam
Yup, like people says, its chaperone, but legendary, not exotic. Slug sg in PvE is kinda meh, but in PvP its good.
4 months ago on Steam
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5 months ago on Xbox
its a legendary chaperone
5 months ago on Xbox
5 months ago on Steam
Legendary chaperone
5 months ago on Steam
5 months ago on PlayStation
5 months ago on Steam
Out of all the shotguns, only the exotic the Chaperone and this have a single slug shot.
5 months ago on Steam
Literally the best kinetic slug shotgun in the game, highly recommend (especially the curated roll, 11/10).
5 months ago on PlayStation
to easy.
5 months ago on Steam
chaperone jr
5 months ago on Xbox
Slap an Icarus Grip mod on this and you can kill from further than any other shotgun (sans Chaperone, of course) even while in mid-air. The only downside to this baby is that you can't use it with Randy's Throwing Knife.
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4 months ago

Basically Chaperons half brother. The icarus mode makes this gun a exotic with the right perks. Frankly, its better and Chaperone. Mainly due to the horrific accuracy the Chaperone has in the air.