Solstice Bond (Resplendent)
Legendary Warlock
Defeat Bosses
Armor Mods
Empty Mod Socket

No mod currently selected.

Default Ornament

Restores your armor to its default appearance.

Solstice Bond (Scorched)

The brightest lights sometimes burn out fastest.

Solstice Bond (Rekindled)

Show them! You are here, awake at last!

Default Shader

Restores your gear to its default colors.

Masterwork Armor

Upgrades this armor into a Masterwork. It will reduce incoming damage while your Super is active, and may change the armor's stats.

Rework Armor

Reroll the stat bonuses provided by this armor.

No Armor Glow

Removes armor glow effects and restores the item's default appearance.

Arcing Class Item Glow

This item applies a blue glow to all Solstice of Heroes class items. Once you unlock it, it's available for all three classes.

This elemental armor glow shines brightest when your subclass element matches.

Sunlit Class Item Glow

This item applies an orange glow to all Solstice of Heroes class items. Once you unlock it, it's available for all three classes.

This elemental armor glow shines brightest when your subclass element matches.

Void-Tinged Class Item Glow

This item applies a purple glow to all Solstice of Heroes class items. Once you unlock it, it's available for all three classes.

This elemental armor glow shines brightest when your subclass element matches.

Lore
It wasn't fair. Marlenx-3 hated to think in those terms, but that was the truth. She was deep in the Inverted Spire looking for Cabal security, and there was only one reason. Some Guardian—who had allegedly gotten their Light back—was trying to make it through this place to find whatever it housed. She was just here to help clear it out, along with several other Guardians who weren't so blessed. If she bought it now, there was no coming back. She ducked into a stairwell and whipped around. Nothing. "Got an empty stairwell here," she said into her headset. Marlenx ran up the steps and pushed through the next door. Swept left, then right. A corridor stretched in both directions. Footsteps down below. She shut the door behind her and went down the left hallway, toward the closest door. As her hand touched the doorknob, she heard a sound behind her. Gun at the ready, she spun around. A door had opened down the hall, and another Guardian was staggering through. No weapon. Wounded. In that moment, everything became clear. This was why she was here. She held up her hand. Stay there. She hurried back into the stairwell and shot off the handle, then turned to face the coming sound. Fair had nothing to do with it.