How to get Forge’s Pledge (Legendary Pulse Rifle) Plus God Roll Guide in Destiny 2

Forge’s Pledge is a new Pulse Rifle added to Destiny 2 in Season of the Lost as part Iron Banner. This one has been labelled as the new Bygones, a now sunset Pulse Rifle from Gambit. Today I am going to check out why the community is loving it, look at the stats the god rolls for PVE and PVP plus how to get Forge’s Pledge in Destiny 2.

Forge’s Pledge is a Legendary Energy Pulse Rifle with an Adaptive Frame meaning it has a well-rounded grip, reliable and sturdy. Looking at the stats we have Impact 29, Range 44, Stability 57, Handling 45, Reload Speed 48, Rounds Per Minute 390, Magazine 36

Forge’s Pledge God Roll Guide

For PVE Arrowhead Brake, Accurized Rounds, Heating Up and Rampage would be a decent roll for PvE. Arrowhead Brake greatly controls recoil and increases handling speed. Accurized Rounds increase range. Heating Up increases accuracy and stability, while improving vertical recoil and finally rampage gives you increased damage, which stacks up to 3 times.

For PVP Corkscrew Rifling, Tactical Mag, Zen Moment, and Snapshot Sights would be a decent roll. Corkscrew gives you an increase in the range, stability, and handling speed, and tactical mag increases stability, reload speed, and magazine size. Zen Moment increases stability when you cause damage with the weapon and finally snapshot sights get you aiming down sights much faster, so hopefully, you can waste opponents in PVP before they get you.

Let me know in the comments what rolls you got and what game mode you are using this in.

How to get Forge’s Pledge

To get Forge’s Pledge you are going to need to run Iron Banner in Season of the Lost. This can drop randomly from the end of matches or you get this after the first step of the seasonal quest from Lord Saladin. Make sure to go and pick up the quest from Saladin in the Tower before you jump into Iron Banner, and while you are there pick up some of the bounties too. As you play more Iron Banner matches you’ll rank up at Lord Saladin too, and you can get this weapon as a reward for ranking up. Essentially, play a bunch of Iron Banner and you should get this no problem. Iron Banner does seem like it’s been made much more rewarding this season, so you won’t have to wait for too long.

Finally, today, let’s have a look at the lore.

Forge’s Pledge Lore

“Say whatever you like. You’d just better be brave enough to say it to his face.” — Lady Efrideet

Iron Lord Saladin Forge is not a man to be fooled with.

If you make a joke at his expense, you had best hope he laughs when he hears it—and he never laughs.

Iron Lord Saladin Forge is not a man to be slighted.

If you wound him, you had best hope he forgets you—and he never forgets.

Iron Lord Saladin Forge is not a man to be lied to.

If you mislead him, you had best hope he never finds out—and he always finds out.

And if, for some unfathomable reason, you decide to pose as his friend and advisor, sow rumors within his ranks, whisper lies in his ear, and lay the full force of your foul deceit upon him…

You had best hope that your worm god, your sword logic, your tithes and tributes and reams of ageless bargains are enough to keep you safe.

And you will never be safe from Iron Lord Saladin Forge.

Let me know what you think of Forge’s Pledge in the comments and let me know what rolls you got.

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