Destiny 2 – How to get Eternity’s Edge (Legendary Warlock Sword) plus God Roll Guide and Warlock PVE Build

Eternity’s Edge is a returning Warlock Sword in Season of the Splicer. This is a vortex frame sword, so very similar to Falling Guillotine, but something only a Warlock can wield. All the class-specific swords made a return this season, so today I am going to look at the stats, the god rolls to chase, plus how to get Eternity’s Edge in Destiny 2.

Eternity’s Edge is a Legendary Warlock Solar Power Sword with a Vortex Frame meaning you can launch a heavy spin attack. Heavy attacks are stronger with full energy. Looking at the stats we have Swing Speed 46, Impact 60, Range 50, Efficiency 10, Defense 60, Charge Rate 32, Ammo Capacity 62.

Eternity’s Edge God Roll Guide

For PvE, I have a couple of decent rolls. Hungry Edge, Infinite Guard, Relentless Strikes, and Assassin’s Blade. Hungry Edge gives you more ammo capacity and also more magazines, then Infinite Guard gives you more stability, defense, efficiency, and inventory size. Relentless Strikes mean 3 light attacks within a short time grant sword ammo, then finally Assassin’s Blade boosts movement speed and damage.

Another one is Jagged Edge, Tireless Blade, and Surrounded. Jagged Edge gives you an increase in impact, but reduces magazine and ammo capacity. Tireless Blade will grant Sword Ammo on every other powered Sword kill, then Surrounded grants bonus damage when there are three or more enemies in close proximity.

In general Counterattack and Energy Transfer makes for an interesting style of blocking attacks before immediately fighting back, granting Rift energy in the process. This is a great Sword Warlocks can use for pure survivability in PvE. If you care more about damage, Relentless Strikes and Surrounded can roll on this Sword.

For PvP I’d recommend other swords like Sola’s Scar or Falling Guillotine with better perk pools.

How to get Eternity’s Edge

This is a random drop from activities as these class specific swords are in the world loot pool at the moment. Therefore hop on with your warlock, run strikes, crucible, gambit, complete world activities like public events, patrols, and lost sectors and this will drop for you.

Solar Warlock PvE build

Exotic Armour – Sunbracers

Sunbracers are Exotic Warlock Gauntlets

Helium Spirals – Increases the duration of Solar Grenades. Solar melee kills grant unlimited Solar Grenade energy for a brief time.

Subclass – Attunement of Sky

Celestial Fire — Send out a spiral of three explosive Solar energy blasts.

Winged Sun — Fire weapons, send Celestial Fire, and throw grenades while gliding. Airborne final blows extend the effects of Heat Rises and grant melee energy.

Heat Rises — Hold [Grenade] to consume your grenade energy to extend Glide time and improve in-air accuracy.

Icarus Dash — Activate while midair to dodge twice.


Kinetic – Ignition Code

Energy – Sunshot

Power – Eternity’s Edge

The Solar power Sword we’ve been talking about


Elemental Charge (2 Energy) – Become Charged with Light by picking up an elemental well. If the elemental well’s element type matches your subclass element, you gain 2 stacks of Charged with Light.

Elemental Ordnance (3 Energy) – Defeating a combatant with a grenade spawns an elemental well that matches your subclass energy type.

Font of Wisdom (4 Energy) – Picking up an elemental well that matches your subclass energy type grants you a temporary significant increase in your Intellect, improving the recharge rate of your Super. This gives you a +50 intellect boost for 30 secs, so this one is going to boost your super regeneration significantly.

Energy Accelerant (Your Dragonfly, Chain Reaction, and Firefly explosions deal more damage)

Wrath of Rasputin – Solar Splash damage can create Warmind cells, and we’re going to be creating PLENTY of Solar splash damage with this build.

Let me know what you think of Eternity’s Edge in the comments, plus if you have an improvements to the build let us know.

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