Destiny 2 – How to get Null Composure (Legendary Fusion Rifle)

Null Composure is the new ritual weapon in Season of the Splicer. Similar to old pinnacle weapons like Mountaintop or Recluse, but slightly less potent, ritual weapons come fully masterworked with some very useful perk combinations. Today I am going to go through Null Composure, the stats, and perks but also how to get the weapon the fastest way possible, so you can benefit from the buffs to fusions rifles this season, with one of the best fusions in the game.

Null Composure is a Legendary Energy Fusion Rifle. It has a Rapid-Fire Frame meaning Deeper ammo reserves. Slightly faster reload when the magazine is empty. Looking at the stats we have Impact 55, Range 36, Stability 42, Handling 60, Reload Speed 53, Charge Time 540, and Magazine 6. Given it’s a ritual weapon, this one also comes fully masterworked.

Null Composure Perks

In terms of the perks we have Fluted Barrel, Projection Fuse and then we have a choice in the 3rd and 4th slots. In the 3rd slot, we can choose from Feeding Frenzy, where each rapid kill with this weapon progressively increases reload speed for a short time, and Heating Up where final blows with this weapon increase accuracy and stability while improving vertical recoil.

In the 4th slot, we have a choice of Reservoir Burst, when the battery is full your next burst deals additional damage and causes enemies to explode on death, and High-Impact Reserves where rounds at the end of the magazine deal more damage. Personally, I am enjoying Reservoir Burst and Feeding Frenzy, but it’s up to you.

How to get Null Composure

To get this weapon you’ll need to complete the Sacred Fusion quest, which you can pick up from Banshee-44 in the Tower.

The objectives say “Earn points by defeating targets in playlist activities. Earn bonus progress by defeating targets with fusion rifles, disintegrations, or solar damage in crucible, gambit, or strikes. Additional progress for defeating targets with a stasis subclass equipped”. There’s a couple of parts to the quest – the points and the matches.

First of all the points. I’d recommend going into the strikes or gambit playlist and equipping a solar fusion rifle and getting as many kills as possible. For the choice of weapon, I’d go with Jotunn or Cartesian Coordinate. Both of these are Solar Fusion Rifles, and this is going to speed up your progress nice and quickly. Even better if you equip the stasis subclass and you’ll get 3 sets of progress improvements working at the same time. The points are all about killing enemies, so do what works for you. I did a combination of Gambit and Strikes and this worked pretty well. The best thing to do is pay attention to the objectives on the quest in your quests tab and it’ll tell you how to make efficient progress.

For the second part of the quest, there is the complete activities step. The fastest way to do this depends on the way you play. If you are part of a team then you could go into Gambit with a fully stacked team and get this step done nice and quickly. However, Gambit is likely to be a little slower if you are running solo. You could also go into Crucible if you prefer, and if Mayhem or Team Scorched is available then that would be good as the matches are going to be nice and fast (Team Scored is available in the first week, which is nice and fast).

You can combine this with other activities, for example, if you are chasing your pinnacle drops for the week in playlist activities or if you are going after specific playlist weapons. The most efficient way of doing this is most likely winning Gambit matches as a team, but strikes can be fast too. You can always skip the long ones.

Bungie also buffed Fusion Rifles this season and they say “Increased damage falloff start distance for Fusion Rifles, no effect on 100 range stat, +2m on 0 range stat”.

That’s a bit about the weapon, next up let’s check out the lore.

Null Composure Lore

Initiate or suppress.

The five Splicers sat motionless around the small access point that jutted from the dark stone. It pulsed softly, checked and rechecked the permissions that summoned it, and then pushed a data spike solidly into the Vex domain.

The Splicers’ consciousnesses spiraled into the network and they immediately sensed the colors changing around them. They were being hunted.

Exclusion fields manifested and chased them, sizzling over the dataplanes as they passed. With a confident laugh, Grainslayer blinked into a silver fractal of unbound Light. The field shattered and split to follow him.

Chroniclekel spun cool blue towers of mandatory protocols stretching into infinity, then duplicated his trace and sent himself hurtling down all possibilities at once. The domain chugged and hitched as he moved.

Anomaly focused his Light and caught a bucking ripple of the domain, pushed, and pried a crack into the deep cipher beneath. Collide and Corrosion plunged through.

Corrosion, her Light a scythe, tore fiercely at the smothering strands of replicating data. Collide reached into the blinding heart of the domain, grasping at the decompiling wisps, feeling them retract from his access.

He centered himself and willed the correct strand to appear before him.

It took all his strength and skill to bend it, to change a one to a zero.

And as he thought it, it happened.

The access point dissipated, leaving the five Splicers back in the dark stone room.

They turned to Collide, and when he nodded, they collapsed into joyful, relieved laughter: they had erased the Vex’s knowledge of Misraaks’s daughter, Eido.

Collide caught his breath and shrugged with false modesty. “Provoke the eminendum—” he began.

“—perish as the residuum,” Corrosion finished for him, before she fell into a fit of laughter once more.

Let me know what you think about Null Composure Fusion Rifle, and if you have any tactics for getting it faster, share them with the community.

That’s it for this guide for how to get Null Composure in Destiny 2.