Beat all of the aforementioned baddies, earn the Exotic Engram from the murdered Master Ives, and decrypt it into Thunderlord. You'll start with a batch of three that need cleaning out: Atrium, Widow's Walk, and Terminus East. Column 1 Accurized Ballistics More range and Impact. Take the very same Winding Cove spawn point as you dead earlier, then head up to the quest marker on your screen, and go back through the Whispered Falls Lost Sector until you reach the Fallen Teleporter. Cue the community confusion as to why, not least in terms of lore, a whole archetype of guns no longer exists. But players can already get a taste of the incoming high-caliber carnage in the form of a new, time-gated Exotic quest which awards an Exotic machine gun called Thunderlord.
Members of the subreddit were pretty much skeptical about the post, not to mention that it only contained a smiley on it. In multiplayer situations, Thunderlord is very powerful. You earn Thunderlord from an Exotic quest called. Console players may have slightly different experiences from us, as recoil is a far greater issue when using a controller. Here's how you can snag this beast of a gun for yourself. This Public Event, when turned Heroic, has a ton of challenging enemies the ones with yellow and orange health and should complete the quest in one go. It has a few useful perks - Reign Havoc generate lightning strikes with kills , Lightning Rounds fires faster and more accurately the longer the trigger is held and Feeding Frenzy kills increase reload speed for a short time - all useful for clearing out groups of enemies.
These are three of the more fairly obviously placed Lost Sectors in the game, so you should have no trouble finding them, just look for the symbols and follow the paths down. Find the missing journal pages There are a few different ways you can find the lost journal pages. To start the Thunderlord quest and hunt down the killer of Master Ives, the Cryptarch from Destiny's Reef area, head to Amanda Holliday in the Tower. Thankfully, the quest only takes about an hour to play through, so we recommend you pick it up before the Nov. Fight your way inside to reach the teleporter. Try to keep space between you and Kikliss while you focus your fire on the Servitor, since it can make other enemies invincible--including the boss. But the Thunderlord of D estiny past has seen a significant upgrade in the sequel.
Be quick though, Guardians: You only have until November 27 to complete this quest and get this one-of-a-kind weapon. If you don't feel like messing around on Earth, you can also spend some shards at the Cryptarch in the Tower to quickly gather up the Legendary engrams you need to complete the step. After a three-week quest that started with 's , Guardians finally managed to solve the mystery of who killed Master Ives. There is only a small task that remains between you and the mighty Thunderlord, an exotic heavy machine gun from Destiny. Talk to Amanda Holliday in the Tower to retrieve your decrypted coordinates. You need the orange enemies in particular; you won't get pages from Majors, who have yellow health bars, like the ones designated as high-value targets, for instance. Keep following the mission markers until you get inside, where you'll face a big battle with a Fallen Captain called Kikliss, Murderer, and a huge batch of minion enemies.
November 27 marks the end of Season 4 in Destiny 2, and when that happens, the Thunderlord quest will cease to exist. It tends to appear in Trostland, The Sludge and near Firebase Hades. This will be signposted on your map as a story mission. This is the first heavy machine gun added to the sequel but it will not be the only one. Remember, you only have until the on November 27th to complete the quest. There's also such as the , the and to unlock.
It has been noted from the drawing board that this weapon of mass destruction is going to be rare and as seen on the , after the Warlock defeated the Fallen , Archon Slayer, that the Thunderlord was dropped as an item, but there has been no news since then about other methods to get an exotic weapon. Field Scout Increases carried Ammo capacity. If you can complete the Glimmer Extraction Public Event, there will be enough yellow bar enemies that you can complete this quest step in a single attempt. Check out exactly how to get your hands on this bad mother lovin' Hand Cannon by. Killing the Servitor should make it a little easier to take down Kikliss, which is your main objective for the mission. Unfortunately, unlike the rewarded during the Festival of the Lost, this Thunderlord will decrypt at an average level, not the maximum 600 power.
Follow the baddies through the area until you encounter the Fallen ultra Kikliss, Murderer, who's hiding in the old den of Rixis, Devil Archon. Once the dust is settled, players will earn the final exotic engram from the murdered Cryptarch, Master Ives. The first part of the resulting quest requires you to collect 10 pages for the journal. Infuse Consume a more powerful Weapon to boost the Attack value of this Weapon. Kill the Major in Whispered Falls and you'll need to wait for Amanda Holliday to summon you back to the Tower. After that, the Thunderlord will no longer be available as part of the questline - but will be added to the Exotic loot pool,. As with the original version of the gun, this version comes complete with Lightning Rounds and the Feeding Frenzy perk, which increases reload speed as you get kills.
Flared Magwell Reload this weapon even faster. The second stage is a railgun propulsion system, using a magnetic field generated by the current running through the rails to accelerate the round to speeds much higher than possible with gas propulsion. Starting the mission warps you back to the Cosmodrome, the place where Destiny players first started way back in the beginning of the original game. How do you get it? Once you've wrecked the Major enemies in all three, you'll get a new step that directs you to yet another Lost Sector, called Whispered Falls. If you haven't completed the multi-part Exotic quest to grab Thunderlord, you absolutely should--it's about to disappear.
Thunderlord Thunderlord returns as the only Machine Gun in Destiny 2 and a number of interesting perks. The intrinsic perk Rein Havoc will generate lightning strikes from above. I doubt Bungie would be foolish enough to lock a weapon like Thunderlord behind a time-limited quest, but better safe than sorry. In addition, its design and general philosophy were outlined in a brief news article on Bungie's website. Head east from your spawn point, then locate the mossy rock with the Lost Sector emblem on it.