Legend of Acrius
"In the Cabal legend, a hero seeks to possess the sun. He succeeds. Then, he becomes Emperor. The Cabal… are not a subtle people." —Tyra Karn
Item stats
  • 200
    Attack (Arc)
  • 4
Reload Speed
Rounds Per Minute
Aim assistance
Recoil Direction
Weapon Perks
Shock Blast

This weapon fires blasts of high-damage Arc energy that overpenetrates enemies.

Full Bore

Barrel optimized for distance.
• Greatly increases range
• Decreases stability
• Slightly decreases handling speed

Accurized Rounds

This weapon can fire longer distances.
• Increases range

Long March

Detect enemies on your radar from farther away.

Fitted Stock

This stock makes the weapon stable but heavy
• Increases stability
• Moderately controls recoil
• Slightly decreases handling speed

Weapon Mods
Weapon Attack Mod

Equip this to a Kinetic or Exotic weapon to increase its attack value.

Default Ornament

Restores your weapon to its default appearance.

The Emperor's Pleasure

Equip this Weapon Ornament to change the appearance of Legend of Acrius.

War Beast Skin

Equip this weapon ornament to change the appearance of your complete Legend of Acrius. Once you get an ornament, it's unlocked on all characters on your account.

Acrius Catalyst

Upgrades this weapon to a Masterwork. It will generate Orbs on multikills and can be upgraded to provide additional stats and perks.

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

Upgrade Masterwork

Defeat enemies using Legend of Acrius to unlock this upgrade.

That really is the entire myth. A Cabal named Acrius desires the sun, and he takes it and becomes the first Emperor of the Cabal. Other scholars have already noted the parallels and differences with our own ancient Earth myth of Icarus, which famously has a far more humbling ending. I am more interested in how Cabal leaders throughout history have deployed this legend as a rhetorical and political justification for conquest. Among the most relevant such figures is Dominus Ghaul himself, who appears to have a personal affinity for the Acrius myth. I must also note here that, while linguistic analysis of the Cabal language and its many dialects is incomplete, they do not appear to have a word for the concept of “hubris.” —Research notes of Tyra Karn