Patron of Lost Causes
There is a rough engraving on its side: "In Memoriam."
Item stats
  • 15
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Weapon Perks
Polygonal Rifling

Barrel optimized for recoil reduction.
• Increases stability

Tactical Mag

This weapon has multiple tactical improvements.
• Slightly increases stability
• Increases reload speed
• Slightly increases magazine size

Grave Robber

Melee kills reload a portion of this weapon's magazine. Grants ammo for Primary ammo weapons; reloads from reserves for Special and Heavy ammo weapons.

Opening Shot

Improved accuracy and range on the opening shot of attack.

Tracker Disabled

No tracker is displayed on this weapon.

Intrinsic Traits
Lightweight Frame

Superb handling. Move faster with this weapon equipped.

Weapon Cosmetics
Default Shader

Restores your gear to its default colors.

Weapon Mods
Empty Mod Socket

No mod currently selected.

My name is Saint-14. The Speaker was my father. Guardians do not have true fathers. Some might say Guardians do not have true family. We are born with no one but our Ghosts, and we find our way to something more. I was lucky to find my way to a family. A family I chose for myself. I was drawn to the Speaker because of the vision he had for this City. He helped me understand that we fight not for the sake of fighting, but for the sake of the people. He taught me to imagine a day where we might put down our weapons and that reaching that day would be our greatest victory yet. I have worked for that day all my life. The Speaker was a leader in this City. He was here at its formation. He helped establish the Consensus. Most importantly, he was a figure that people could recognize and trust. Because of him, that is what I aspire to be as well: a familiar face who reminds people that they are safe. That they are taken care of. It is painful for me—and for all of us—that we could not be there during the Speaker's last moments. As Guardians, it is the nature of our long lives that we see many people die. We hope that, through our service, we can give them peaceful deaths. At the very least, we know that the Speaker died bravely. We know that he died with the City, the people, and the Traveler in his mind. We know that his last moments were a testament to everything this City stands for: bravery in the face of adversity and dedication to our principles when faced with those who would do us harm. We cannot reclaim what we have lost. There will always be a void that the Speaker once filled. We cannot replace him. But I hope, someday, we may find someone to continue his work. Father, I will miss you. I am sorry for the times that I failed you. I have been given a second chance, and I will use it to live up to the ideals you thought you saw in me. I will not let you down. Thank you. —Eulogy for the Speaker of the Last City, given by Saint-14, on the day of the Speaker's memorial service