Anarchy
Exotic Titan
"Stick to wall, ground, human… then FFFFFRRRRRYYYYY! Hehehehehehehe." —Siviks, Lost to None
Item stats
  • 70
    Magazine
Primary
Blast Radius
70
Velocity
100
Stability
60
Handling
59
Reload Speed
63
Rounds Per Minute
80
Hidden
Aim assistance
69
Recoil Direction
50
Zoom
13
Inventory Size
100
Weapon Perks
Arc Traps

Grenades stick to surfaces and chain Arc bolts to other mines.

Quick Launch

This weapon's barrel provides faster projectiles and much faster aiming.
• Greatly increases handling speed
• Increases projectile speed

High-Velocity Rounds

This weapon's projectiles are particularly light and quick.
• Increases projectile speed
• Increases reload speed

Moving Target

Increased movement speed and target acquisition when moving while aiming down sights.

Composite Stock

This weapon has a versatile dual-purpose stock.
• Slightly increases stability
• Slightly increases handling speed

Tracker Disabled

No tracker is displayed on this weapon.

Kill Tracker

This weapon tracks the number of enemies you defeated with it.

Crucible Tracker

This weapon tracks the number of Crucible opponents you defeated with it.

Lore
"You little rat. You took my warm hospitality and stomped all over it like an ungrateful child. Is that any way to treat one of your dear 'brethren'?" Siviks laughed. A cold, twisted laugh. Then offered up a large wad of spit at the Spider's feet. The Spider just rolled his eyes. "Let me know when you're ready to make nice," he said. Siviks' laugh now grew into something maniacal. He topped it off with another wad of spit, this time directly in the Spider's face. Once he'd wiped his brow, the Spider leaned forward, looking Siviks in the eyes, and said, "I think our little rat here needs a time out. Perhaps someplace with the rest of the vermin." The many hands of Spider's men gripped and restrained Siviks. As they dragged him off, he shouted, "You… as bad as all Fallen! Worse, even! A friend even to humans… All must die!" The Spider simply waved goodbye, taunting, "Bon voyage, my friend!" Once Siviks had gone, the Spider looked longingly toward where he had stood. He sighed a deep, regretful sigh before continuing with business as usual.