What exotics can you get from vault of glass?

Vault of Glass Weapons

  • Vex Mythoclast Exotic Fusion Rifle.
  • Fatebringer Hand Cannon.
  • Praedyth’s Revenge Sniper Rifle.
  • Vision of Confluence Scout Rifle.
  • Found Verdict Shotgun.
  • Corrective Measure Machine Gun.
  • Hezen Vengeance Rocket Launcher.

What weapons do you get from vault of glass?

The Vault of Glass raid offers a Sniper Rifle, Scout Rifle, Hand Cannon, Shotgun, Machine Gun, Rocket Launcher, and an Exotic Fusion Rifle. Vex Mythoclast is an Exotic Fusion Rifle that can only be earned by defeating the final boss, Atheon.

What power should I be for vault of glass?

Vault of Glass (Master) Power Level Vault of Glass Master difficulty has a Power level of 1350, meaning the enemies you’ll be facing are just slightly under the Power level of Grandmaster Nightfalls. Because of this, I recommend having an average Power Level of 1340 throughout your fireteam.

Is Praedyth’s timepiece in Destiny 2?

It vastly increases magazine size and damage uptime and is a handy roll in any Vault of Glass weapon. Destiny players will notice the lack of two weapons—Atheon’s Epilogue (Auto Rifle) and Praedyth’s Timepiece (Pulse Rifle)—that didn’t make the cut in the new version of the raid.

What do Timelost weapons do?

Timelost weapons are equivalent to Adept versions of the regular Vault of Glass guns. Their biggest advantage is that they roll with two selectable perks per column, similar to ritual weapons. This increases the chances of getting a good roll.

What does CP mean in d2?

CP stands for checkpoint, and Crota is the raid boss in the raid Crota’s End. So basically if somebody says they have a Crota CP, it means they are on the Crota bossfight. It can apply to any of the bosses/phases in either raids. (Ex: Atheon Checkpoint, Templar Checkpoint, Deathsinger Checkpoint, etc.)

What does fresh mean in d2?

A “fresh” run of something (be it a raid or otherwise) means it’s from the beginning. So someone wanting to do a fresh raid run means they just want to start the raid from the beginning and not jump into the middle of a existing one.