How to get Reed’s Regret (Legendary Stasis Linear Fusion Rifle) Plus God Roll Guide in Destiny 2

Reed’s Regret is the new Trials of Osiris weapon introduced in Season of the Lost and given its the season of the Linear Fusion Rifles thanks to Particle Deconstruction, then this is a must-have weapon. Today I am going to check out Reed’s Regret stats, the god rolls to chase for PVE and PVP plus how to get the weapon in Destiny 2.

Reed’s Regret is a Legendary Power Linear Fusion Rifle with a Precision Frame meaning it fires a long-range precision energy bolt. This weapon’s recoil pattern is more predictably vertical. Looking at the stats we have Impact 41, Range 50, Stability 53, Handling 38, Reload Speed, 35, Charge Time 533, Magazine 6.

Reed’s Regret God Roll Guide

For PVE Triple Tap and Rampage would be a good roll. Triple Tap is where rapidly landing precision hits will return 1 round to the magazine and rampage gives you increase damage on kills, which stacks up to 3 times.

For PVP Quickdraw and Vorpal Weapon would be good. Quickdraw makes it so the weapon can be drawn very fast, and the vorpal weapon is great for killing guardians in their super.

Particle Deconstruction

THE meta this season is either a Fusion Rifle or Linear Fusion rifle with the artifact mod Particle Deconstruction. This can be found in the final column at the bottom, and it’s going to make melting bosses with Fusion or Linear Fusions VERY EASY this season, and I think Reed’s Regret is going to be one of the most sought after weapons, so I would prioritize getting hold of it ASAP.

How to get Reed’s Regret

To get this one you have to run Trials of Osiris. Trials have changed now, so you have to win rounds to rank up at Saint-14 in the Tower. When you rank up you will be rewarded Trials Engrams, and then you decrypt them into Trials Loot. Trials is around from Fridays until Tuesdays, so try and get as many engrams as you can to get hold of Reed’s Regret. You can focus on engrams at Saint-14, but do be aware of these costs, but it is a good way to be sure of what you get from the engram.

It doesn’t take many rounds wins to rank up, I had to win two matches to have enough round wins and I either got lucky with my first engram decrypt, or everyone’s first engram is going to be Reed’s Regret. Let me know down in the comments what you got from your first engram, I’d be interested to know if Bungie is giving these out given it’s the new Trials weapon this season.

Trials changes in Season of the Lost

Trials’ reputation internal systems have been rebuilt, aligning with that of other ritual reputations.

  • Reputation gain per match is scaled by the number of round wins on a ticket.

Trials passages are now account scoped (purchasing the same ticket on an alternate character will not reset ticket wins).

  • Passage of Ferocity is now available from the start.
  • Passage of Wisdom is no longer available.
  • Passage of Wealth now requires seven wins.
  • Unlocking a passage now unlocks it for the rest of the Season.

Replaced the weekly three-, five-, seven-win challenges with a win rounds challenge.

  • A new seven-win challenge is available on Saint-14.
  • Removed weekly bounties.

Made changes to rulesets:

  • Trials of Osiris round time reduced to 90 seconds.
  • Trials of Osiris — Each round start with fresh special ammo.

Cross-Play must be enabled to participate in Trials of Osiris.

Added Third Person Camera Restricted tooltip and load screen hint to Trials, Elimination, and Showdown.

Trials of Osiris now require the purchase of the current yearly expansion.

  • Currently, Beyond Light is required to play.
  • Starting on February 22 2022, The Witch Queen will be required.

Reed’s Regret Lore

“Trust me.” —Savathûn as Osiris

A ceiling light flickers to life with a buzzing click, radiating a florescent pink glow. Moths scatter among the racks of weapons mounted on the walls.

Reed-7 ducks into the room, barely able to shut the door behind him. The space is little more than a closet: an arms locker stuffed to the ceiling with a collection of weapons. His hip brushes past a workbench, where a black-and-gold-plated fusion rifle marked with the Eye of Osiris rests.

He sinks into the seat at the workbench, shoulders slouched forward. The chair groans in protest under his weight. There are notes scrawled on loose papers around the fusion rifle, all in his friend Shayura’s handwriting. A fine layer of dust covers everything.

Reed turns the fusion rifle over in his hands. He remembers when Saint-14 gave this to Shayura for her accomplishments in the Trials. He remembers a few months later when Shayura had a breakdown during a match and nearly killed another Guardian. He remembers the fallout. The anger. The pain.

“Do not worry for Shayura,” Osiris had told him. Reed can still hear his voice haunting the back of his mind. “I am no stranger to these kinds of traumas. I can look after her. Guide her.”

Reed’s grip around the fusion rifle tightens.

“Show her the way back to clarity.”

His hand trembles.

“You can trust me.”

Let me know down in the comments what you think of Reed’s Regret and let me know what rolls you got.

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