Ghost Primus
Legendary
The Ghost Primus was strong because of his disfigurement, not in spite of it. He alone had the vision to share my dream of a new, perfect world. Ghaul was a creature of singular beauty, and I loved him.
Item stats
  • 330
    Attack (Kinetic)
  • 44
    Magazine
Primary
Impact
21
Range
53
Stability
42
Handling
64
Reload Speed
55
Rounds Per Minute
600
Hidden
Aim assistance
70
Recoil Direction
60
Zoom
16
Inventory Size
40
Weapon Perks
Adaptive Frame

A well-rounded grip, reliable and sturdy.

Arrowhead Brake

Lightly vented barrel.
• Greatly controls recoil
• Increases handling speed

Corkscrew Rifling

Balanced barrel.
• Slightly increases range and stability
• Slightly increases handling speed

Fluted Barrel

Ultra-light barrel.
• Greatly increases handling speed
• Slightly increases stability

High-Impact Reserves

Rounds at the end of the magazine deal more damage.

Ambitious Assassin

Overflows the magazine based on the number of rapid kills before reloading.

Under Pressure

Improved stability and accuracy as the magazine gets lower.

Weapon Mods
Kinetic Damage Mod

Equip this to a weapon to change its rounds to Kinetic damage.

Default Shader

Restores your gear to its default colors.

Rework Weapon

Reroll the bonus provided by this Masterwork.

Rework Weapon

Reroll the bonus provided by this Masterwork.

Vanguard Masterwork

Upgrades this weapon to a Masterwork. It will generate Orbs on multikills and gain a random bonus stat.

The weapon will also gain a tracker that displays the number of enemies defeated by using it.

Crucible Masterwork

Upgrades this weapon to a Masterwork. It will generate Orbs on multikills and gain a random bonus stat.

The weapon will also gain a tracker that displays the number of Crucible opponents defeated by using it.

Lore
Ghaul was an unexpected gift to my coliseum—a disfigured albino from the outer wastes who defeated opponents three times his weight. How could I resist such a unique creature? He fought with terrible discipline and patience. Most gladiators wanted to stand in the center of the arena and trade blows until the weaker one died. Not Ghaul. He never attacked from the front, never stood in one place. Frustrated and exhausted, his opponent would make a mistake. I used to play a game with those puffed-up aristocrats that would gamble at my arena. I bet on Ghaul, and anyone who had displeased me had to bet against him. It was fun for a time, but his talent was too valuable to risk in the coliseum. I appointed him Primus of the Red Legion and instead, set him loose upon my enemies.