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Season of the Splicer has introduced new ways for Hunters to dominate the competition in Destiny 2. A new Aspect, Fragments, and the Star-Eater Scales Exotic have opened the floodgates for PvE and PvP builds.

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Today, we will be looking at eight powerful Hunter builds—four for PvE and four for PvP. Infinite Supers, the ultimate PvE solo build, and a direct counter to Stasis are just a few things we'll cover. As we discover more powerful and worthwhile builds, we'll update this guide to include additional builds.

Foreword

Before we begin, we do mention Combat Style mods quite a bit. If you don't know how these mods work, we have guides on each Combat Style mod type. You can find them below:

Combat Style Mods Explained

Updated July 4th, 2021 by Charles Burgar: Build crafting gets better and better with each Destiny 2 season. New Elemental Well mods were released in Season of the Splicer, certain Artifact mods have altered the meta, and Stasis Aspects and Fragments provide further gameplay options. In anticipation of Vault of Glass' hard mode, we've added two more builds to this list to help inspire you. We've also overhauled the format of each guide to give more information on what each build requires.

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Destiny 2 Athrys

Why Play This Build?

Gunslingers have access to one of the most powerful melee abilities in Destiny 2. Weighted Throwing Knife is an incredibly strong tool, one that this build pushes to its extreme. Athrys's Embrace and a fast RPM weapon allow you to empower every knife, causing it to have ludicrous tracking and one-shot potential anywhere in the body. If you can aim for the head reliably, you can even one-shot Super with your melee. Paired with the excellent neutral game of Way of the Sharpshooter, you'll have your Super before most players.

Essentials

Subclass

Exotic

Weapon

Way of the Sharpshooter (Bottom Tree Gunslinger)
Athrys's Embrace
Trace Rifles OR Monte Carlo

Way of the Sharpshooter (Bottom Tree Gunslinger) is one of the most feature-complete subclasses in the game. Weighted Throwing Knife is the main reason we're taking this subclass, although Practice Makes Perfect allows you to get your Super incredibly quick. Run Gambler's Dodge.

Athrys's Embrace is criminally underused in PvP. This passively gives your throwing knife an additional bounce and a dramatic boost to its tracking—about the same or even more as pre-nerf WIthering Blade. If you land five rapid headshots, your next throwing knife will one-shot Guardians anywhere on the body. It can also one-shot Supers if you land a precision hit.

Trace Rifles pair nicely with Athrys's Embrace, as they fire 1,000 rounds a minute. They also have perfect accuracy and an immense amount of aim assist. If you keep missing your throwing knives, use Monte Carlo instead. Coldheart, Prometheus Lens, and Wavesplitter are great Trace Rifles for PvP.

Armor Stats

Mobility 100
Resilience Dump
Recovery 90+
Discipline Dump
Intellect 70+
Strength 70+

Mobility and Recovery are your most important stats for PvP. From there, focus on Intellect. Any points in Strength are useful but not required. Discipline and Resilience need to be neglected to make room for this distribution unless you have perfectly rolled gear.

Armor Mods (General)

Armor

(Element)Mod Slot 1Mod Slot 2

Helmet

(Arc)

Gloves

(Arc)

Chest

(Any)

Boots

(Any)

Cape

(Solar)

Hands-On Preference
Momentum Transfer Preference
Preference Preference
Ammo Scavenger Ammo Scavenger/ Traction (Controller)
Bomber Bomber

Since you're using Gambler's Dodge, Outreach isn't recommended. Bomber will help mitigate your low Discipline stat. Hands-On and Momentum Transfer will help you get the most out of Weighted Throwing Knife.

Armor Mods (Combat Style)

Helmet Radiant Light
Gloves Powerful Friends
Chest High-Energy Fire
Boots Preference
Cape Taking Charge

This is a typical Charged with Light setup for PvP, enhancing your core stats and giving you access to High-Energy Fire. For the preference slot, some good options include Sustainted Charge and Charge Harvester.

Destiny 2 Blade Barrage Super

Why Play This Build?

This build combines an underused Hunter subclass and Exotic to create one of the most explosive gameplay loops you can find. By using Young Ahamkara's Spine with Way of a Thousand Cuts, you'll be able to throw an infinite series of knives and grenades against bosses. Throw a grenade, then throw your fan of knives to instantly get your grenade back. Rinse and repeat until the target is dead. For general add-clear, this build takes full advantage of Wrath of Rasputin to spawn Warmind Cells. You'll have great add-clear, single-target DPS, and look stylish the entire time.

Essentials

Subclass

Exotic

Weapon

Way of a Thousand Cuts (Middle Tree Gunslinger)
Young Ahamkara's Spine
Anything, preferably a Solar AoE weapon.

Way of a Thousand Cuts (Middle Tree Gunslinger), despite being tied to the Gunslinger subclass, has nothing to do with shooting your weapons. This spec is all about throwing a fan of knives to drastically improve your melee and dodge cooldowns. Use Gambler's Dodge to get the most out of this spec.

Young Ahamkara's Spine is the star of the show, granting 33% Tripmine Grenade energy whenever you damage an enemy with a Solar ability. Since Fan of Knives throws three knives at once, your melee can instantly refresh your grenade if all three knives hit a target. Paired with the burn effect from your melee, you can throw an infinite amount of grenades against bosses.

Any weapon will work for this build. If you want to take full advantage of what this build has to offer, some good options include Ticuu's Divination, Sunshot, Seventh Seraph weapons, IKELOS guns, and any Solar AoE weapons.

Armor Stats

Mobility 100
Resilience Dump
Recovery Preference
Discipline Dump
Intellect ~40
Strength 50+

Mobility is your most important stat, as you'll be relying on Gambler's Dodge to get your melee back in case you miss Fan of Knives. From there, focus on Strength. You can dump Discipline since you get your grenade cooldown is bypassed through your other abilities.

Armor Mods (General)

Armor

(Element)Mod Slot 1Mod Slot 2

Helmet

(Solar)

Gloves

(Solar)

Chest

(Any)

Boots

(Any)

Cape

(Solar)

Ashes to Assets Ashes to Assets
Impact Induction Preference
Concussive Dampener Preference
Preference Preference
Bomber Bomber

These mods focus on giving you as many Tripmine Grenades as possible. Bomber will cause every Dodge to recover part of your grenade, and all grenade kills will now grant a massive amount of Super energy.

Note: Ashes to Assets is a universal, one-point mod this season. Grab it from the Artifact when you can.

Armor Mods (Combat Style)

Helmet Wrath of Rasputin
Gloves Burning Cells
Chest Global Reach
Boots Warmind's Protection
Cape Fireteam Medic

Wrath of Rasputin will allow your Tripmine Grenades and Super to spawn Warmind Cells. When they do spawn, breaking one will heal you and nearby allies while dealing an absurd amount of damage. Warmind's Protection makes enemies deal 50% less damage while near a Warmind Cell if you want to hold off on destroying them.

The most notable mod out of the bunch is Burning Cells. Enemies that die to your Warmind Cells grant Playing with Fire stacks, making for an extremely powerful synergy with this build.

Destiny 2 Arcstaff

Why Play This Build?

You don't have to play Stasis to get rapid ability cooldowns. This build is about utilizing the vastly underrated Shinobu's Vow Exotic gauntlets and pairing them with Way of the Current, known by most as middle tree Arcstrider.

If enemies stick to cover or play defensively, throw an enhanced Skip Grenade to deal serious damage while regenerating most of your abilities. It forces most enemies to move, giving you a window to take them down. You also get a Super tuned around countering enemy Supers. If a Revenant Hunter decides to solo Super you, Super out of Silence and reflect the Squall kama, turning the tornado to your side.

Essentials

Subclass

Exotic

Weapon

Way of the Current (Middle Tree Arcstrider) OR Wind (Bottom Tree Arcstrider)
Shinobu's Vow
Traveler's Chosen

Way of the Current (Middle Tree Arcstrider) and Way of the Wind (Bottom Tree Arcstrider) are your subclass options. Use Current to counter Supers. Use Wind for better ability uptime and dodges.

Shinobu's Vow is the centerpiece of this build, giving you a second Skip Grenade charge while enhancing its functionality. These grenades are just as strong as Withering Blades, tracking enemies around cover if you throw them at the right angle. If you pair these gloves with the right mods, every grenade will regenerate your class ability, melee, and grant Super energy on a final blow.

For weapons, Traveler's Chosen is an excellent option if you don't mind Sidearms. If you hate Sidearms, weapons with Demolitionist or Wellspring are great for this build.

Armor Stats

Mobility 80+
Resilience Dump
Recovery 90+
Discipline 100
Intellect 40+
Strength Dump

You'll want to obtain as high Recovery and Discipline as possible. If you pull that off, shift your focus towards Intellect and Mobility. Your goal is to have your grenades ready as often as possible.

Armor Mods (General)

Armor

(Element)Mod Slot 1Mod Slot 2

Helmet

(Solar)

Gloves

(Void)

Chest

(Any)

Boots

(Any)

Cape

(Solar)

Ashes to Assets Ashes to Assets
Bolstering Detonation Fastball
Preference Preference
Ammo Scavenger Ammo Scavenger/ Traction (Controller)
Bomber Bomber

Bolstering Detonation is the start of the show here, granting almost your entire Dodge cooldown after landing a grenade. This gives you a melee charge and a large chunk of grenade energy. Ashes to Assets will ensure that any kills Shinobu's Vow lands will give a massive chunk of Super energy.

Note: Ashes to Assets is a universal, one-point mod in the Artifact this season. Grab it as soon as you can.

Armor Mods (Combat Style)

Helmet High-Energy Fire
Gloves Preference
Chest Powerful Friends
Boots Radiant Light
Cape Taking Charge

Charged with Light mods are useful in PvP but not required. Use a generic damage-boosting setup if you have points to spare.

Destiny 2 Revenant Subclass Menu

Why Play This Build?

This explosive take on the Revenant turns your dodges into a deadly ability that'll fuel the rest of your abilities. By using The Bombardiers Exotic boots, you'll deploy a bomb whenever you dodge that'll kill most red bar foes. Your dodge will slow enemies, recharge your Withering Blade, generate Stasis shards that'll give melee energy and overshields, and refund a portion of your class ability energy.

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If all of that wasn't enough, this build takes full advantage of armor mods to drastically accelerate how fast your grenade comes back, allowing your Duskfield Grenades to support this devastating gameplay loop. Best of all, the constant spawning of Stasis shards and elemental wells allows you to support your team with a constant influx of ability energy. It's not viable for GM Nightfalls or Contest Mode raids, but it's a shockingly fun build that can handle all but Destiny 2's hardest content.

Essentials

Subclass

Exotic

Weapon

Revenant (Stasis)
The Bombardiers
Weapons with Demolitionist or Wellspring

Revenant has some powerful Aspects and Fragments that allow you to spam your dodge, allowing you to spawn tons of bombs. Gambler's Dodge is required. Duskfield Grenades are also highly recommended, as their ability to suck enemies into their volume makes them synergize nicely with The Bombardiers.

The Bombardiers are required for this build to function. Whenever you dodge, you'll deploy a bomb that'll kill any fodder enemies near you. Sadly, the bomb counts as Kinetic damage and doesn't count as a grenade, although it can spawn Solar elemental wells with the Explosive Wellmaker mod.

Weapons with Demolitionist or Wellspring are phenomenal for this build, although you can use whatever you desire. Traveler's Chosen is a good option if you want to spam abilities even more.

Aspects And Fragments

There are a few Aspects and Fragments that are required:

AspectDescription
Winter's Shroud Dodging slows nearby targets.
Grim Harvest Defeating slowed or frozen combatants creates Stasis shards. These shards grant melee energy when picked up by you or your allies.

This allows your Dodge ability to inflict the Slow debuff, causing them to drop Stasis shards when slain. The three Fragments in this build take full advantage of this, causing slowed targets to recharge your Dodge and grant overshields.

FragmentDescriptionStat Alterations
Refraction Defeating slowed or frozen targets grants you class ability energy. N/A
Rime Collecting a Stasis shard grants a small amount of overshield, which falls off after 10 seconds. Collecting additional shards adds to the overshield and refreshes the timer. N/A
Conduction Nearby Stasis shards track to your position. +10 Resilience and Intellect

Armor Stats

Mobility 100
Resilience Dump
Recovery Preference
Discipline 70
Intellect ~40
Strength Dump

Mobility needs to be at 100 for this build to feel fluid. After that, focus on increasing your Discipline stat to 70 or more. An Intellect stat of 40 is also recommended.

Armor Mods (General)

Armor

(Element)Mod Slot 1Mod Slot 2

Helmet

(Arc)

Gloves

(Solar)

Chest

(Any)

Boots

(Any)

Cape

(Solar)

Hands-On Preference
Impact Induction Preference
Concussive Dampener Preference
Ammo Scavenger Preference
Bomber Bomber

Since you're getting Stasis shards so frequently, Hands-On makes for a powerful synergy. You can also use Dynamo, although this mod is more expensive. Bomber will help you regain your Duskfield Grenade.

Armor Mods (Combat Style)

You have two options for this build: Charged with Light and elemental wells. The former will allow your grenades to be off-cooldown almost all of the time, while the latter is much more focused on supporting your team and granting sizable survivability buffs to yourself. Both builds are perfectly viable; it'll boil down to preference and what mods you own. You can also use a hybrid setup if you prefer Protective Light over Well of Tenacity.

Charged with Light

Helmet Taking Charge
Gloves Firepower
Chest Charge Harvester
Boots Protective Light
Cape Firepower

Only Firepower is mandatory. Charge Harvester procs off of Bombardier and ability kills, so we recommend that mod over all other charge-generating alternatives.

Elemental Wells

Helmet Overload Wellmaker
Gloves Well of Life
Chest Well of Tenacity
Boots Reaping Wellmaker
Cape Explosive Wellmaker

This setup spawns an absurd amount of Elemental Wells for your team. Grabbing Solar wells—which spawn from Bombardier kills—will grant passive, uninterruptible health regeneration for ten seconds.

Destiny-2-Fighting-Lion

Why Play This Build?

Disregarding community sentiment surrounding Grenade Launchers in PvP, this archetype of weapon is incredibly powerful. Lion's Final Form takes this weapon archetype to the utmost extreme, taking full advantage of Combat Style mods and The Dragon's Shadow to create an explosive playstyle that is incredibly hard to counter when played correctly.

Essentials

Subclass

Exotic

Weapons

Way of the Wind (Bottom Tree Arcstrider) OR Revenant (Stasis)
The Dragon's Shadow
Fighting Lion and Ignition Code

For subclass, you can either use Way of the Wind or Revenant. This build will focus on Way of the Wind since it has excellent neutral-game passives. If you want to use Revenant, use Shatterdive and Glacier Grenades.

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You'll be using two Grenade Launchers with this build: Fighting Lion and Ignition Code. Your Ignition Code should have Slideshot, as this allows you to throw a barrage of grenades around corners if you keep sliding. Fighting Lion uses Primary ammo, so you'll always have grenades ready to fire. When Masterworked, Fighting Lion will allow you to instantly swap to Ignition Code when you've fired a grenade. If Ignition Code has Quick-Access Sling, you can do the inverse.

For even more speed, this build uses The Dragon's Shadow. Whenever you dodge, you automatically reload all of your weapons and grant the Wraithmetal Mail buff for ten seconds. While active, you have:

+50 Mobility Substantially more handling (more than Quickdraw and Snapshot Sights) Increased sprint speed Further slide distance Faster weapon reload speeds

The auto-reloading dodge and handling bonus makes this playstyle incredibly smooth. Fire a Fighting Lion shot, immediately swap to Ignition Code, then fire a cleanup shot to kill the enemy. This will automatically reload Fighting Lion. Slide to reload Ignition Code, then repeat the process. If you need to throw a barrage of grenades, shoot both weapons before dodging or keep sliding with Ignition Code.

Armor Stats

Mobility 50
Resilience Dump
Recovery 100
Discipline 50+
Intellect 70+
Strength Dump

You'll need a Mobility stat of at least 50 to reach 100 Mobility while Wraithmetal Mail is active. From there, spec for Recovery and Intellect. If you don't play Trials of Competitive PvP, you can replace Intellect with Discipline.

Armor Mods (General)

Armor

(Element)Mod Slot 1Mod Slot 2

Helmet

(Void)

Gloves

(Any)

Chest

(Any)

Boots

(Any)

Cape

(Solar)

Dynamo Preference
Grenade Launcher Loader Preference
Preference Preference
Grenade Launcher Scavenger Grenade Launcher Scavenger/ Traction (Controller)
Bomber Bomber

Since you'll be dodging a lot, you might as well enhance your Dodge even more. Bomber and Dynamo will give you grenade and Super energy whenever you dodge, which is all the time.

Note: GL Scavenger and Dexterity are one point in this season's Artifact. Grab these as soon as you can.

Armor Mods (Combat Style)

Helmet High-Energy Fire
Gloves Blast Radius
Chest Powerful Friends
Boots Radiant Light
Cape Blast Radius

Two Blast Radius mods will grant x2 Charged with Light after a GL double kill. Since you're only using Grenade Launchers, this procs much more frequently than you might think. The 20% damage boost from High-Energy Fire will make your GLs one-shot enemy Guardians.

Note: Blast Radius is a universal, one-point mod in this season's Artifact. If you're going to play this build, get this mod.

Why Play This Build?

Become a master of Stasis with this infinite Super build. You can slow targets on command, cast your Super every minute, and have a constant influx of melee energy and healing. With a few mod tweaks, you can even take this build to pinnacle PvE content like raids or dungeons. This build practically has it all.

Essentials

Subclass

Exotic

Weapon

Revenant (Stasis)
Star-Eater Scales
Any Masterworked weapon

Revenant will be your subclass. Your grenade is mostly up to preference. However, we recommend Duskfield Grenades due to their massive radius and ability to slow enemies. Use whichever Dodge you like.

As for armor, Star-Eater Scales is the play, doubling the amount of Super energy you gain from Orbs of Power. Don't focus on gaining Feast of Light once your Super is charged. For this build, the boots are best used as a means of gaining your Super quickly.

Use a Masterworked gun. Beyond that, use whatever you like the most. If you want to go all-in on Super spam, use Bad Juju.

Aspects And Fragments

This build uses Grim Harvest and Touch of Winter to create devastating grenades that spawn Stasis Shards, pairing nicely with our choice of Fragments.

AspectDescription
Grim Harvest Defeating slowed or frozen combatants creates Stasis shards. These shards grant melee energy when picked up by you or your allies.
Touch of Winter Your Glacier, Duskfield, and Coldsnap grenades have enhanced functionality.

This build has access to four Fragment slots. These Fragments will give you constant overshields, Super energy, and shorter grenade cooldowns when you take damage.

FragmentDescriptionStat Alterations
Bonds Defeating frozen targets grants you Super energy.

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-10 Discipline and Intellect
Rime Collecting a Stasis shard grants a small amount of overshield, which falls off after 10 seconds. Collecting additional shards adds to the overshield and refreshes the timer. N/A
Durance Slow from your abilities lasts longer. For those abilities that linger, their duration will also increase. +10 Strength
Torment You gain grenade energy each time you take damage from targets. N/A

If you aren't having issues with Duskfield Grenade cooldowns, consider replacing Torment with Whisper of Conduction.

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Armor Stats

Mobility Preference
Resilience Dump
Recovery Preference
Discipline 70+
Intellect ~70
Strength Dump

Intellect is an important stat for this build, although you shouldn't get it past 70 due to diminishing returns. From there, improve your Discipline, then whichever stats matter the most to you.

Armor Mods (General)

Armor

(Element)Mod Slot 1Mod Slot 2

Helmet

(Any)

Gloves

(Solar)

Chest

(Any)

Boots

(Solar)

Cape

(Solar)

Preference Preference
Impact Induction Preference
Concussive Dampener Preference
Innervation Recuperation/ Ammo Scavenger
Bomber Bomber

Since your grenade is your largest limiter for spamming your Super, this build focuses on lowering it as much as possible through mods like Bomber and Impact Induction.

Note: Glacial Inheritance from the seasonal Artifact is extremely inconsistent and doesn't seem to work in matchmade playlists. Use this mod at your own risk. If Bungie ever fixes this mod, it's a must-have for this build.

Armor Mods (Combat Style)

Helmet Energy Converter
Gloves Charged Up
Chest Stacks on Stacks
Boots Supercharged
Cape Taking Charge

You'll gain 40% of your Super upon throwing your grenade, provided you have x5 Charged with Light stacks. Since you're using Taking Charge and Star-Eater Scales, this should be fairly easy to achieve. If you don't like Stacks on Stacks, feel free to use another charge-generating mod.

Why Play This Build?

Do you want a panic instant-kill button ready for most engagements? How does countering two-tapping Hand Cannons sound? This build does all of that and more, and it doesn't require any unique Exotic to pull off.

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In essence, this build takes the gameplay loop of Shatterdiving to its extreme, giving you constant Glacier Grenades to detonate or use as cover. Even with the recent Stasis nerfs, Bungie didn't change anything pertaining to Glacier Grenades and Shatterdiving. If you like the Revenant subclass, this is the build for you.

Essentials

Subclass

Exotic

Weapon

Revenant (Stasis)
Fr0st-EE5 OR Preference
Preference

This build uses the Revenant subclass. Glacier Grenades are needed for the build to function. For your dodge, Gambler's Dodge is excellent for bypassing your melee cooldown.

As for gear, use Exotics and weapons you prefer. If you don't mind dropping a movement Exotic, Fr0st-EE5 is absurd when paired with this build, allowing you to have a grenade ready in nearly every gunfight.

Aspects And Fragments

To get the most out of Glacier Greandes, you'll want to use Shatterdive and Touch of Winter. This gives you incredibly consistent Shatterdive damage that can shutdown Supers with ease.

AspectDescription
Shatterdive Activate while midair to quickly descend and shatter nearby targets on impact.
Touch of Winter Your Glacier, Duskfield, and Coldsnap grenades have enhanced functionality.

You'll have three Fragments. Fissures and Shards pair nicely together, enhancing your Stasis detonations while granting a faster grenade cooldown. Chains turns Glacier Grenades into an S-tier zoning and defensive option.

FragmentDescriptionStat Alterations
Fissures Increases the damage and size of the burst of Stasis when you destroy a Stasis crystal or defeat a frozen target. N/A
Shards Shattering a Stasis crystal temporarily boosts your grenade recharge rate. Shattering additional Stasis crystals increases the duration of this benefit. +10 Resilience
Chains While you are near frozen targets or a friendly Stasis crystal, you take reduced damage from targets.

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+10 Recovery

Armor Stats

Mobility 70+
Resilience Dump
Recovery 90+
Discipline 60+
Intellect ~70
Strength Dump

Since it's a PvP build, Recovery is your most important stat. Once you have at least 90 Recovery, focus on increasing your Discipline and Mobility in that order. Getting all three to 100 is preferred but not necessary.

Armor Mods (General)

Armor

(Element)Mod Slot 1Mod Slot 2

Helmet

(Any)

Gloves

(Solar)

Chest

(Any)

Boots

(Any)

Cape

(Solar)

Preference Preference
Impact Induction Preference
Preference Preference
Ammo Scavenger Ammo Scavenger/ Traction (Controller)
Bomber Bomber

Use double Bomber to get your grenade back as fast as possible. Impact Induction is also recommended but not required.

Armor Mods (Combat Style)

Helmet Preference
Gloves High-Energy Fire
Chest Powerful Friends
Boots Radiant Light
Cape Taking Charge

Combat Style mods are not needed for this build. If you own these mods, throw them on your armor. The fifth Combat Style mod is up to preference.

Why Play This Build?

Become an elusive wraith with absurdly high stats with this bottom tree Nightstalker build. Pairing the Sixth Coyote with Smoke Bombs, you'll have a method of turning invisible always at the ready, excellent stats—100 Mobility, Recovery, and Resilience—better weapon handling, faster reload speed, and that's not even including the other benefits this subclass has. If you need a solo Hunter build that can get you through solo flawless dungeons and other pinnacle content, this is it.

Essentials

Subclass

Exotic

Weapon

Way of the Pathfinder (Bottom Tree Nightstalker)
The Sixth Coyote
Any

Way of the Pathfinder (Bottom Tree Nightstalker) is your subclass. This grants grenades that last twice as long, melee Smoke Bombs that grant the Heart of the Pack buff, and one of the highest damage Supers in the game: Mobius Quiver.

The Sixth Coyote is the best Exotic for this build, giving you a second Gambler's Dodge. When you need to go invisible, dodge, throw a Smoke Bomb at your feet, then reposition. Omniolculus is also an option but not nearly as good for solo content.

Use any weapon you please. Anything will work with this build.

Armor Stats

Mobility 100
Resilience Dump
Recovery Preference
Discipline 50+
Intellect 40
Strength 50+

Mobility is the most important stat. In case you lose all Heart of the Pack stacks, you'll want 100 Mobility to get your dodges back quickly. Otherwise, focus on Discipline, Intellect, and Strength.

You don't need to worry about Resilience or Recovery because Heart of the Pack grants the following for each stack:

+34 Mobility, Recovery, and Resilience Faster reload speed More weapon handling

This stacks three times, meaning you'll have 100 stats if you can maintain x3 Heart of the Pack—something that's not difficult to pull off with this build.

Armor Mods (General)

Armor

(Element)Mod Slot 1Mod Slot 2

Helmet

(Any)

Gloves

(Any)

Chest

(Any)

Boots

(Solar)

Cape

(Any)

Preference Preference
Preference Preference
Concussive Dampener Preference
Recuperation Preference
Preference Preference

You can run virtually whatever you want with this build. We recommend Recuperation on your boots due to how much HP Orbs of Power grant, but every other armor slot can be whatever is meta that season.

Armor Mods (Combat Style)

You can either use Charged with Light mods or Warmind Cell mods for this build. The former focuses more on survivability, and the latter is much more focused on clearing out hordes of enemies quickly. We recommend the Warmind Cell loadout if you have the mods.

Charged With Light

Helmet Protective Light
Gloves Preference
Chest Supercharged
Boots Taking Charge
Cape Charged Up

The fifth mod should be something that grants Charged with Light stacks with weapons you frequently use.

Warmind Cells

Helmet Warmind's Protection
Gloves Global Reach
Chest Rage of the Warmind
Boots Warmind's Decree
Cape Wrath of Rasputin

With these mods, Void and Solar AoE damage can spawn Warmind Cells—including Warmind Cells themselves. Enemies near Warmind Cells also deal 50% less damage.

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