West of Sunfall 7
Legendary
A spark of knowledge with each fall, the purpose of the endless youth. No longer shunned, dark's nameless call now brings about tenebrous truth.
Item stats
  • 330
    Attack (Kinetic)
  • 11
    Magazine
Primary
Impact
78
Range
45
Stability
68
Handling
42
Reload Speed
33
Rounds Per Minute
180
Hidden
Aim assistance
79
Recoil Direction
100
Zoom
14
Inventory Size
53
Weapon Perks
Precision Frame

Recoil pattern on this weapon is more predictably vertical. Fires quickly with high accuracy.

Crossfire HCS

Sharp Hand Cannon sight.
• Increases range
• Slightly decreases stability
• Slightly decreases handling speed

SteadyHand HCS

Stable Hand Cannon sight.
• Increases stability
• Increases handling speed

Sureshot HCS

Pinpoint Hand Cannon sight.
• Increases range
• Decreases stability
• Decreases handling speed

Accurized Rounds

This weapon can fire longer distances.
• Increases range

Extended Mag

This weapon has a greatly increased magazine size, but reloads much slower.
• Greatly increases magazine size
• Greatly decreases reload speed

High-Caliber Rounds

Shots from this weapon knock the target back farther.
• Slightly increases range

Auto-Loading Holster

The holstered weapon is automatically reloaded after a short period of time.

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
Excerpt of a letter from Ikora Rey to Eris Morn: Would it be terribly offensive if I said I would have happily traded places with you and gone down to the Hellmouth rather than be in the City during Osiris's banishment? Well, here's what you missed. It started because of his Lost Prophecies. A misnomer—the prophecies were always accessible to those who cared about them, but the Followers proclaimed them “lost” to a City that had censored all Osirian material. And even then the City didn't truly lose them, for when the Speaker ordered me to destroy Osiris's writings, I placed the documents in my private library instead. I don't believe in burning books, regardless of my opinion of the author. As to why he had to write the prophecies in iambic couplets? Simple: vanity.