Season of the Lost

How to get The Last Breath (Legendary Auto Rifle) Plus God Roll Guide in Destiny 2

The Last Breath is a returning Trials of the Nine Auto Rifle, now available once again in Season of the Lost. This is a decent Auto Rifle, in the Adaptive Frame category, meaning with the right roll this one is going to help you tear through enemies in PVE or PVP. Today I am going to look at The Last Breath, the stats, the god rolls to chase for PVP and PVE, plus look at how to get The Last Breath in Destiny 2.

The Last Breath is a Kinetic Auto Rifle with an Adaptive Frame, meaning it’s got a well-rounded grip, it’s reliable and sturdy. Looking at the stats we have Impact 21, Range 48, Stability 49, Handling 70, Reload Speed 56, Rounds Per Minute 600, and Magazine 43.

The Last Breath sits in that Adaptive frame, meaning it’s 600 rpm and has some decent competition there. Gnawing Hunger, the famous Reckoning weapon from Season of the Drifter, is a strong contender in this slot, however, that one is a void energy weapon. Gnawing Hunger does outperform this on the range, but Last Breath does have great base handling stats.

Scathelock is another 600 rpm auto rifle that comes back to us this season, which has very similar stats and performance to Last Breath, so that’s an alternative if you like adaptive frame auto rifles.

The Last Breath God Roll Guide

For PVE Corkscrew Rifling, Richochet Rounds, Subsistence, and Frenzy would be a decent roll. Corkscrew gives you more range and stability and Richochet Rounds more stability and range again. Subsistence partially reloads the magazine from reserves when you defeat targets and Frenzy gives you increased damage, handling, and reload when you are in combat.

For PVP Chambered Compensator, Armour Piercing Rounds, Killing Wind and Rangefinder would be a good option. Chambered Compensator gives you more stability and recoil control, but slightly reduces handling. Armor-piercing Rounds slightly increase range, which is good in PVP. Killing Wind gives you increased mobility, range, and handling for a short duration on final blows and rangefinder gives you more range, a great combo for PVP.

How to get The Last Breath

To get this one you want to run the Prophecy Dungeon. This can be found in the Tower, and ideally, you’ll need a fireteam of 3 to complete this. You can do it solo of course, but that’s going to take much more time. For The Last Breath, you want to focus on the second encounter The Cube, defeat the Taken there and you’ll have a chance for it to drop for you.

The Last Breath History

The Last Breath was originally introduced when Destiny 2 launched in 2017 as part of the Trials of the Nine. Trials of the Nine was an endgame 4v4 Crucible event in Destiny 2, the replacement for Trials of Osiris. It was available every weekend, from Friday to the weekly reset on Tuesday. Since the release of Forsaken, it was put on indefinite hiatus and has now been replaced in Season of the Worthy by its predecessor.

Let me know in the comments what you think of The Last Breath and let me know what rolls you got.

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