How to get Servant Leader (Legendary Scout Rifle) Plus God Roll Guide in Destiny 2

Servant Leader is the new Gambit weapon introduced in Season of the Lost. This is one of the better weapons introduced in Season of the Lost and is similar to a sunset weapon called Randy’s Throwing Knife. Today I am going to check out Servant Leader, look at the stats, the god rolls to chase for PVP and PVE plus how to get Servant Leader in Destiny 2.

Servant Leader is a Legendary Kinetic Scout Rifle with a Rapid-Fire Frame meaning it fires full auto with deeper ammo reserves. Faster reload when the weapon is empty. Looking at the stats we’ve got Impact 45, Range 32, Stability 48, Handling 26, Reload Speed 36, Rounds Per Minute 260, and Magazine 17.

Given this is a rapid-fire frame scout rifle, it’s fires in full-auto mode, which is very good for PVE like Nightfalls and Raids. It means you can sit back, relax, and simply hold down the trigger, and enemies will go down nice and easy.

The timing of this weapon coming out is pretty good, given we’ve had a 15% buff to Scout Rifle damage against minor enemies in PVE content. This will be very good for ad clearing in Nightfalls, Vault of Glass, Strikes, and also running Gambit too.

Servant Leader God Rolls

Given this is a playlist weapon, there’s plenty of options available for rolls. On one hand, this means it’s pretty flexible, on the other hand, it’s going to take time to get the perfect roll.

For PVE Corkscrew Rifling, Accurized Rounds, Rapid Hit, and Rampage is a good roll. Corkscrew slightly increases range and stability, and Accurized Rounds increases range. Rapid hit gives you increased stability and reloads speed when you get rapid precision hits and Rampage grants increased damage on kills and this stacks up to 3 times. Another good roll is Outlaw and Kill Clip.

For PVP Chambered Compensator, Appended Mag, Killing Wind, and Frenzy would be a decent roll. Chambered Compensator increases stability, controls recoil, and slightly decreases handling speed. Appended Mag gives you increased magazine size. Killing Wind grants increased mobility, range, and handling for a short duration after final blows with the weapon and finally, Frenzy gives you increased damage, handling, and reload for being in combat – given you’re in combat most of the time in PVP, this works well with Killing Wind. Snapshot Sights is also a good choice for PVP, paired with Killing Wind as that gets you aiming down sights faster than your opponent.

How to get Servant Leader

To get Servant Leader you have to run Gambit and it’s a random drop from the end of Gambit matches and when you rank up at Drifter in the Tower. Bungie did improve the drop rates of these playlist weapons in Season of the Splicer so it shouldn’t take you too long to get it. You don’t have to win Gambit matches, as I’ve had this drop for me whether I have won or lost, however, if you win matches you do tend to get more loot. If you can try and win as many as possible.

How Servant Leader Compares

This is similar to a sunset weapon called Randy’s Throwing Knife. This was a ritual weapon earned in the Crucible and was an excellent Scout Rifle. Randy’s Throwing Knife had the same impact but was better in range, handling, and magazine size however Servant Leader beats it when it comes to Reload speed. There’s another decent rapid-fire frame Scout Rifle this season called Contingency Plan, check that one out if you like the rapid-fire frame scout rifles.

Let me know in the comments what you think of Servant Leader and let me know what rolls you got.

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