Traveler's Judgment 5
Legendary
A visitor ignites the sky, and in the truth of light it dreams: Above the dead and yet-to-die, a legion's blade with fire screams.
Item stats
  • 30
    Magazine
Primary
Impact
75
Range
45
Stability
84
Handling
56
Reload Speed
40
Rounds Per Minute
491
Hidden
Aim assistance
70
Recoil Direction
89
Zoom
12
Inventory Size
47
Weapon Perks
Adaptive Frame

Well-rounded, reliable, fires a 3-round burst.

Tactic SAS

Accurate Sidearm sight.
• Slightly increases range

Armor-Piercing Rounds

Rounds cause extra damage to combatants' shields and overpenetrate targets.
• Slightly increases range

Headseeker

Body shots landed with this weapon increase precision damage for a short time.

Weapon Mods
Arc Damage Mod

This mod has been deprecated. Dismantle to clear space and reclaim useful components.

Masterwork Upgrade

This weapon can be upgraded into a Masterwork with one of the options below.

Weapon Cosmetics
Default Shader

Restores your gear to its default colors.

Lore
How to interpret the Lost Prophecies? The theory in vogue right now with the Followers of Osiris is that the first five verses refer to the Black Garden, the coming of Ghaul, the Traveler's awakening and Ghaul's subsequent defeat. It's a convincing interpretation, even conceding that prophecies are much easier to interpret in hindsight. There's just one thing: if Osiris used the Infinite Forest to develop his prophecies, and the Infinite Forest cannot accurately simulate Light, how did Osiris predict the Traveler would wake? The Forest's very inability to predict this very thing is what prevented Panoptes from breaking ground with its apocalyptic calculations. I must assume: 1) Either verse 5 does not refer to the Traveler's awakening, or 2) Osiris has prophetic resources at his disposal other than the Forest. What they are I have no idea.