No Reprieve is a shotgun added as part of Season of the Plunder. This is a kinetic, stasis shotgun and already is a popular choice among Destiny 2 players. Today I am going to look at the stats, perks, and god rolls to chase, plus have a look at how to get No Reprieve in Destiny 2.
How to get No Reprieve
To get No Reprieve you have to take part in the Season of the Plunder Activities like Ketchcrash, Expedition and Pirate Hideouts. Given this is a seasonal weapon, you will need access to the Season of the Plunder season pass. This is also a reward at the start of Season of Plunder through the introduction quest ‘Ahoy and Aweigh’. You can also focus Umbral Engrams at the Star Chart to get Seasonal Loot, including No Reprieve. No Reprieve is also craftable, so once you have enough patterns (last season was 5, so I am assuming it’s the same this season).
No Reprieve is a Legendary Kinetic Shotgun with a Pinpoint Slug Frame meaning it fires a single-slug round. This weapon’s recoil pattern is more predictably vertical. Looking at the stats we have Impact 70, Range 62, Stability 43, Handling 65, Reload Speed 46, Rounds Per Minute 65, and Magazine 6.
No Reprieve God Roll Guide
For PVE Corkscrew Rifling, Assault Mag, Outlaw and Swashbuckler.
- Corkscrew Rifling – Slightly increases range and stability, Slightly increases handling speed
- Assault Mag – This shotgun’s magazine is optimized for quick combat. Greatly increases stability, Increases rate of fire
- Outlaw – Precision kills greatly decrease reload time.
- Swashbuckler – This weapon gains increased damage from melee kills and kills with this weapon.
For PVP Smallbore, Accurized Rounds, Pugilist, Snapshot Sights.
- Smallbore – Increases range and stability
- Accurized Rounds – Increases range
- Pugilist – Final blows with this weapon generate melee energy. Dealing melee damage briefly improves this weapon’s handling.
- Snapshot Sights – Faster time to aim down sights.
This has a basic origin trait called Right Hook. Dealing Melee damage gives the weapon target acquisition and range for a short period of time. Dealing melee damage again extends the effect.
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