Gyrfalcon is back after a brief hiatus, and it’s better than ever. This gives Hunters a massive damage boost after being invisible, so today I am going to take you through a Hunter Void 3.0 Build with Gyrfalcon’s Hauberk. I’ll walk through the void 3.0 setup, the weapons and mods, so you can become that invisible assassin, and burn through endgame content to get that top-tier loot.
Without further delay, let’s dive into the build.
Void 3.0 Setup
Super: Moebius Quiver
Class ability: Gambler’s Doge
Melee: Snare Bomb
Grenade: Axion Bolt
Vanishing Step – Dodging makes you invisible.
Stylish Executioner – Defeating a weakened, suppressed, or volatile target grants Invisibility and Truesight. After performing a Stylish Execution, your next melee attack while invisible weakens targets.
Echo of Persistence – Void buffs applied to you (Invisibility, Overshield, and Devour) have increased duration.
Echo of Obscurity – Finisher final blows grant Invisibility.
Echo of Undermining – Your Void grenades weaken targets.
Echo of Instability – Defeating targets with grenades grants Volatile Rounds to your Void weapons.
Exotic Armour – Gyrfalcon’s Hauberk
For this build I’m going to be using Gyrfalcon’s Hauberk. This comes with the perk See Me, Feel Me.
See Me, Feel Me – Your weapons gain a bonus to damage briefly after you emerge from being invisible. When you are invisible and defeat a combatant using a finisher, you and your nearby allies gain a reserve overshield and improved class ability regen. These reserve overshields can be deployed by using a class ability.
You can get this Hunter chest piece from Legend or Master Lost Sectors if you complete them solo on chest day.
There’s a couple of options here for the build, and it depends on which activity you are taking part in. First combination is Hung Jury, Collective Obligation and Taipan-4FR. This is a good combo for Unstoppable and Barrier Champions. If you’re going into an activity that doesn’t have champions, then I’d recommend Rat King and Aisha’s Embrace, as Rat King works well with the Exotic perk on Gyrfalcon.
Kinetic – Hung Jury / Rat King
Hung Jury SR4 is a Legendary Kinetic Scout Rifle. This one is a Precision Frame meaning this weapon’s recoil pattern is more predictably vertical. For PVE Rapid Hit and Firefly is a good roll to look out for as also Surplus and Explosive Payload. Hung Jury isn’t available in-game at the moment, but it can be swapped out for any Kinetic Scout Rifle.
Rat King is an alternative here in the Kinetic slot, which is an exotic Sidearm.
Rat Pack – This fully automatic weapon becomes stronger when nearby allies also have it equipped. Stacks up to 6 times.
Vermin – Reloading immediately after a kill grants a brief period of invisibility.
Energy – Collective Obligation / Aisha’s Embrace
Collective Obligation is an Exotic Energy Pulse Rifle.
Void Leech – This weapon leeches Void debuffs when damaging targets that are suppressed, weakened, or volatile. Once charged, swap firing modes. In this mode, damage from this weapon applies the same Void debuffs that were leeched.
Umbral Sustenance – This weapon’s magazine is automatically reloaded when you gain Devour, a Void over shield, or become invisible.
You can get this one from the Vow of the Disciple Raid as a random drop from the final boss.
Aisha’s Embrace is a Legendary Energy Void Scout Rifle with a Rapid-Fire Frame meaning this one fires full auto with deeper ammo reserves. Faster reload when weapon is empty. For PVE Arrowhead Brake, High Caliber Rounds, Triple Tap and Vorpal Weapon would be a decent roll.
Power – Taipan-4FR
Taipan-4FR is a Legendary Power Linear Fusion Rifle with a Precision Frame meaning the weapon fires a long-range precision energy bolt. This weapon’s recoil pattern is more predictably vertical. This one also comes with the Origin Trait Veist Stinger. Damaging an enemy with this weapon has a small chance to reload the magazine and increase movement speed while aiming down sights.
- Elemental Ordnance – Defeating a combatant with a grenade spawns an elemental well that matches your subclass energy type.
- Ashes to Assets – Grenade kills grant super energy
- Bountiful Wells – Elemental Well mods that cause you to spawn elemental wells can now stack, spawning additional wells for each additional copy of the mod you have equipped.
- Font of Might – Picking up an elemental well that matches your subclass energy type grants a temporary bonus to weapon damage of that same elemental type.
This build is all about taking advantage of coming out of invisibility and getting that damage boost.
First of all, the main reason for this is the perk on Gyrfalcon, See Me, Feel Me. Your weapons gain a bonus to damage briefly after you emerge from being invisible. When you are invisible and defeat a combatant using a finisher, you and your nearby allies gain a reserve overshield and improved class ability regen. These reserve overshields can be deployed by using a class ability.
Therefore, you want to be going invisible as much as possible. Our Void 3.0 setup is going to help this. First of all, the Vanishing Step Aspect, dodging makes you invisible. Also, Stylish Executioner, defeating a weakened, suppressed, or volatile target grants Invisibility and Truesight. After performing a Stylish Execution, your next melee attack while invisible weakens targets. Echo of Obscurity also works well, working hand in hand with Gyrfalcon – Finisher final blows grant Invisibility.
I’m also using grenades here to boost damage output alongside the Gyrfalcon perk, through Elemental Wells. The combination of Elemental Wells and Bountiful Wells is going to create a ton of Elemental Wells, which when picked up grants Font of Might, meaning a 20% damage increase.
I have a choice of exotic weapons. First of all, Rat King. The perk Vermin allows us to go invisible almost at will, as reloading immediately after a kill grants a brief period of invisibility. If you are using Collective Obligation, then you’ll be able to take advantage of Void Leech where this weapon leeches Void debuffs when damaging targets that are suppressed, weakened, or volatile. Once charged, swap firing modes. In this mode, damage from this weapon applies the same Void debuffs that were leeched.
Personally, I think Rat King is the most fun, but given we don’t have a champion sidearm mod this season, you may want to pick something that caters to unstoppable and barrier champions. For me, this has been a pulse rifle and scout rifle combination, which allows you to keep your distance while in endgame combat. We do have the option of a shotgun too, but I’ll leave it up to you. Rat King is definitely the most fun weapon here and works perfectly with the perk on Gyrfalcon.
Let me know in the comments what you think of the build, and share any improvements with the community.
That’s it for this Hunter Void 3.0 Build with Gyrfalcon’s Hauberk in Destiny 2. For more Destiny 2 content like this check out This Week In Video Games on YouTube and subscribe today.