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Destiny 2 Dark Decider God Roll for PvE and PvP

Destiny 2 Dark Decider God Roll for PvE and PvP

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These two Dark Decider God Rolls are, well, something. While it made waves during Destiny 2’s Seraph Iron Banner season, it’s honestly not that great on paper. It has weak stats, a special perk pool, and nothing you’d typically see from a META-competing auto rifle – if such a thing exists.

Still, these Dark Decider God Rolls feel really good, especially in PvP. So I’ll break down each of them. I go through each perk choice I’ve made, explaining my choices and offering alternatives where they exist. Keep in mind that there isn’t much room for creativity with this thing – it’s a good roll or nothing.

Destiny 2 Dark Decider God Rolls

Dark Decider PvE God Roll

Image via D2Gunsmith Arrowhead Break Accurized Rounds Subsistence Dragonfly

I’ll be honest with you – there’s absolutely no reason to run this Dark Decider God Roll in Destiny 2’s current PvE sandbox. It’s such a messy weapon that it rolls with Voltshot, and yet I don’t really use it here. There’s just nothing that can complement it, especially when we have much better options like the Ikelos SMG in the META. Still, if you’re intent on getting some value out of this, I recommend the following.

I start with Arrowhead Break, which I use with most weapons. However, it is fairly optional on most weapons. With Dark Decider, I would argue that this is not the case. This gun has terrible recoil, and Arrowhead will make that much more manageable. You can’t craft Dark Decider, so if you have to settle for a non-Arrowhead roll, so be it – just remember you’ll feel the difference, especially in PvP.

Accurized Rounds is another typical optional perk that is more important with this weapon. While range isn’t all that important in PvE, you’ll feel the difference without it, especially if you don’t have a range masterwork. That being said, you can get away with not performing this in PvE, just don’t expect to be able to take the role anywhere else.

The meat of this Dark Decider God Roll is the combination of subsistence and dragonfly. Subsistence is the only good PvE perk in column three, especially since you’re running a Veist frame. It’s also not compatible with Voltshot, which is why I don’t use that. If you’re looking to go with a Voltshot reel I’d recommend Well Rounded instead, but to be honest that just isn’t very good.

For column four, it was a tossup between Dragonfly and Golden Tricorn. Both work, but I chose Dragonfly thanks to its add-clearing potential with Subsistence. With this roll, you turn a mediocre weapon into something that’s at least usable, given that there are so many other, better options to play around with.

Dark Decider PvP god role

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Arrowhead Break Accurized Rounds Iron Grip Rangefinder

On paper, this Dark Decider PvP God Roll isn’t everything. The weapon itself is nothing special at first and its perk pool is rather weak. Still, this thing feels great and performs remarkably well against the Crucible’s META competitors.

I said Arrowhead Break wasn’t optional before, but now I mean it. Without them, your recoil direction will destroy your ability to dual. If you can compensate for that, you can use a different barrel. However, I’m not that talented, so I’ll hunt this down specifically.

The same applies to Accurized Rounds. The +10 range is much more important in PvP than in PvE, and there aren’t any other range-related ammo benefits in column two, making this your only real option.

I’ve already talked about how weak Dark Decider’s third column is, and it really shows in this PvP god throw. In my opinion, there’s only one truly worthwhile option, and that’s Iron Grip. Iron Grip preserves this weapon’s PvP potential by giving it some much-needed stability at the expense of reload speed. Without this perk, I don’t see how you can wield this weapon – especially if you don’t have Arrowhead Break either.

I double down on just trying to boost Dark Decider’s base stats by running Rangefinder on column four. Again, not much stands in the way of the S-Tier PvP perks, and Iron Reach is out of the question thanks to its -30 stability. The only sensible perk you can choose here is the range finder, which isn’t too bad as this perk will do a lot of work on this particular weapon.

Despite a mountain of problems, this Dark Decider God Roll isn’t too bad. If you’re an Auto Rifle fan, it’s worth keeping an eye out for at least a 4/5 roll while grinding out Iron Banner. For all PvE fans, however, this is a wash.

How to get Dark Decider in Destiny 2

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Dark Decider is an Iron Banner weapon, which means you can only get it when Iron Banner is active. If the stars align and it’s in the loot pool, you’ll obviously need to play Iron Banner to get it.

Saladin gives you a Dark Decider once you reach rank four in any Iron Banner week. At that point, you can open Iron Banner Engrams for it, or concentrate one with Saladin for an Iron Banner Engram, 100 Legendary Shards, and 20,000 Glimmer.

There are many better weapons to spend your resources on, especially if you’re a PvP player who rocks Trials. However, if you’re desperate for a Dark Decider God Roll, this is the best way to get one.

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