How to get The Inquisitor (Trials Shotgun) Plus God Roll Guide in Destiny 2

The Inquisitor is a pinpoint slug shotgun added to Destiny 2 as part of Season of Plunder. This is a great new arc energy shotgun, great for Arc builds, plus it has some incredible perk combinations. Today I’m going to check out the weapon, look at the stats and perks, the god rolls to chase for PVE and PVP, plus look at how to get The Inquisitor in Destiny 2.

How to get The Inquisitor

To get this shotgun you are going to need to jump into Trials of Osiris. This is available from Friday at reset until reset on Tuesday. Speak to Saint-14 in the Tower Hangar, pick up a Passage (which is your ticket into Trials), and then select Trials of Osiris from the Crucible menu. You’ll need to get to Rank 10 in Season of Plunder to get The Inquisitor. To rank up play Trials of Osiris and you’ll earn rank-up points by playing trials. The more rounds you win, the faster you’ll rank up. You’ll get rank-up points or XP even if you lose, so if you don’t like trials or PVP then you’ll still be able to get the weapon, it’ll just take a little longer.

Once you have reached rank 10 and have your first roll as a rank-up reward, the weapon will then go into your trials loot pool, meaning you can get different versions with potentially better perk combinations. You can earn Trials engrams from ranking up with Saint-14, every time you rank up you’ll get a trials engram. These can be turned into the Cryptarch in the Tower for random loot, or you can focus them with Saint-14 to get what you want. Word of warning, focusing is expensive with regard to materials, so bear that in mind before you spend everything.

You can also get an Adept version of the weapon when it’s the featured weapon in Trials of Osiris for any given weekend.

The Inquisitor

The Inquisitor is a Legendary Energy 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 73, Stability 50, Handling 76, Reload Speed 52, Rounds Per Minute 65 and Magazine 6.

This one has a choice of origin traits

  • Alacrity – Gain increased reload, stability, aim assist, and range when you are the last living member of your fire team or running solo.
  • One Quiet Moment – Grants increased reload speed when out of combat.
  • Suros Synergy – Reloading grants this weapon bonus handling and reduces incoming flinch for a short time

The Inquisitor God Roll Guide

For PVP Hammer-Forged Rifling, Accurized Rounds, Perpetual Motion and Opening Shot is a great roll.

  • Hammer-Forged Rifling – Increases range
  • Accurized Rounds – Increases range
  • Perpetual Motion – This weapon gains bonus stability, handling, and reload speed while the wielder is in motion.
  • Opening Shot – Improved accuracy and range on the opening shot of attack.
  • Origin Trait – Suros Synergy, Reloading grants this weapon bonus handling and reduces incoming flinch for a short time

For PVE Hammer-Forged Rifling, Accurized Rounds, Perpetual Motion and Opening Shot is a great roll.

  • Hammer-Forged Rifling – Increases range
  • Accurized Rounds – Increases range
  • Demolitionist – Kills with this weapon generate grenade energy. Activating your grenade ability reloads this weapon from reserves.
  • Golden Tricorn – Final blows with this weapon grant bonus damage. While this buff is active, grenade or melee kills of the same damage type greatly increase its damage and duration.
  • Origin Trait – Suros Synergy, Reloading grants this weapon bonus handling and reduces incoming flinch for a short time

Let me know what you think in the comments about The Inquisitor and let me know your top rolls.

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