Deathbringer
Exotic
"Sing them a lullaby of death and nothing more."
Item stats
  • 1
    Magazine
Primary
Blast Radius
95
Velocity
46
Stability
62
Handling
69
Reload Speed
40
Rounds Per Minute
15
Hidden
Aim assistance
72
Recoil Direction
58
Zoom
20
Inventory Size
36
Weapon Perks
Dark Deliverance

Fires remotely detonated projectiles that drop Void orbs on enemies. Hold to fire, release to detonate.

Volatile Launch

This weapon is optimized for an especially explosive payload.
• Greatly increases blast radius
• Slightly decreases handling speed
• Slightly decreases projectile speed

Alloy Casing

Reduces weight for faster reloads.
• Greatly increases reload speed
• Decreases stability

Dark Descent

The further a Void orb falls, the more powerful its detonation becomes.

Composite Stock

This weapon has a versatile dual-purpose stock.
• Slightly increases stability
• Slightly increases handling speed

Tracker Disabled

No tracker is displayed on this weapon.

Weapon Mods

Upgrades this weapon to a Masterwork.

It will generate Orbs on multikills and gain a tracker that displays the number of enemies defeated with it. The Masterworked weapon will also receive additional capabilities.

Defeat enemies using this weapon to unlock this upgrade.

Weapon Cosmetics
Default Ornament

Restores your weapon to its default appearance.

Lore
"The Song is the antithesis. The Song is destruction. The failure to master the harmonies of life has birthed the anti-creation—the sullen frequencies of ruin. Those sweet melodies carry with them more than death—a rending of spirit and mind, a flaying of the physical self till nothing remains. "The beauty of the cascading notes. The imperfect inflection of their tune… There has ever been, and will ever be, art in creation. So too in the act of annihilation—erasure and bittersweet finality. This is the Song's truest gift… "In its wake, once the echoes have rung their last, there is only silence and the grand splendor of nothingness. "Thus is the Song an end, and those who join its Choir are death, and nothing more." —Unknown