Season of the Plunder

How to get Blood Feud (Legendary Submachine Gun) Plus God Roll Guide in Destiny 2

Blood Feud is a Submachine Gun added to Destiny 2 as part of Season of the Plunder. This one has quickly risen to the popularity charts in terms of player use and interest, and today I am going to check out the stats, the perks, the god roll combinations for PVE and PVP, plus check out how to get Blood Feud in Destiny 2.

How to get Blood Feud

To get this one you will need access to Season of the Plunder, given it’s a seasonal weapon. You’ll be able to get this to drop from seasonal activities like Ketchcrash and Expeditions. Ketchcrash is a great repeatable activity to do this season, and it shouldn’t take too long before BLood Feud drops for you.

You can also get this weapon from the Star Chart, which is the new vendor from Season of the Plunder. This can be accessed via the H.E.L.M. and after upgrading the Star Chart a few times you’ll be able to access the Seasonal Weapon focusing options.

Finally, this weapon is also craftable, once you have enough Deepsight Resonance (red bordered) versions of the weapon. You’ll need to collect enough red-bordered weapons and level them up to unlock the pattern, once this is done you’ll be able to craft Blood Feud at the Enclave on Mars.

Blood Feud

Blood Feud is a Legendary Kinetic Submachine Gun with an Aggressive Frame meaning high damage, and high recoil. Looking at the stats we have Impact 23, Range 37, Stability 11, Handling 48, Reload Speed 21, Rounds Per Minute 750, and Magazine 27.

This has a basic origin trait called Right Hook. Dealing with Melee damage gives the weapon target acquisition and range for a short period of time. Dealing melee damage again extends the effect.

Blood Feud God Roll Guide

For PVE Arrowhead Brake, Appended Mag, Pugilist and Frenzy would be good.

Arrowhead Brake – Greatly controls recoil, Increases handling speed
Appended Mag – Increases magazine size
Pugilist – Final blows with this weapon generate melee energy. Dealing melee damage briefly improves this weapon’s handling.
Frenzy – Being in combat for an extended time increases damage, handling, and reload for this weapon until you are out of combat.

For PVP Corkscrew Rifling, Accurized Rounds, Ambitious Assassin and Frenzy would be great.

Corkscrew Rifling – Slightly increases range and stability, Slightly increases handling speed
Accurized Rounds – Increases range
Ambitious Assassin – Overflows the magazine based on the number of rapid kills before reloading.
Frenzy – Being in combat for an extended time increases damage, handling, and reload for this weapon until you are out of combat.

Blood Feud is great for close-range combat, the range isn’t great but you have a decent origin trait on the seasonal weapons this season to back up that close-range combat style. Given that this weapon isn’t best suited for PVP, it’s most likely more of a PVE weapon. Pugilist is a decent perk that works really well with the origin trait, further improving melee attacks, so if melee is your thing, then consider using this weapon as part of your build.

Let me know in the comments what you think of Blood Feud and let me know your top rolls.