Bad Juju
Exotic Titan
"If you believe your weapon wants to end all existence, then so it will." —Toland the Shattered
Item stats
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Reload Speed
Rounds Per Minute
Aim assistance
Recoil Direction
Inventory Size
Weapon Perks
Hammer-Forged Rifling

Durable ranged barrel.
• Increases range

Steady Rounds

This magazine is optimized for recoil control.
• Greatly increases stability
• Slightly decreases range

Hip-Fire Grip

Increases accuracy, stability, and precision hit targeting when firing from the hip.

Short-Action Stock

This weapon is especially easy to grip.
• Greatly increases handling speed

Tracker Disabled

No tracker is displayed on this weapon.

Intrinsic Traits
String of Curses

Kills refill the magazine, increase damage for a short duration, and grant Super energy based on the strength of String of Curses. Fires full-auto.

Weapon Cosmetics
Default Ornament

Restores your weapon to its default appearance.

Weapon Mods
Bad Juju Catalyst

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 an additional perk.

Defeat enemies using Bad Juju to unlock this upgrade.

Hello again, my trenchant Dante. You have stepped in and out of sharp-edged worlds, hewn gods into blunt fractions, twinned yourself with powers whose names cannot even be held in the language of little gray cells. You think yourself very high up on the pyramid of contumely. If you only knew how high that pyramid goes. Higher than I knew when my radiant killer unsung me from biological squalor, or when I witnessed a royal secret turn death into a chrysalis. Higher than I described in my journals, or told to our mutual three-eyed friend. Higher than even I, sailor upon the Sea of Screams that I am, can yet see. Perhaps I will tell you about them. You are right to ask why I would do so. Very good, dear squanderer, your intentions have grown sharp as thrallteeth. You see, they know. What you are, what you were, what you will become. They know. What lean tithes you are to them. Soft whetstones make for dull blades. This I define as the truth and tension of the rope: to bind, one must apply force at both ends. I think perhaps I will tell you after all.