Adept Weapons

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Adept Weapons are improved versions of certain Legendary weapons. They are obtained from difficult, end-game activities.

Overview

Adept Weapons

Category page: Adept Weapons

The Adept version of a weapon is indicated by "(Adept)" being appended to its name (e.g. The hothead icon1.jpg The Hothead and The hothead (adept) icon1.jpg The Hothead (Adept)).

Adept weapons usually share the same base stats and perk pool with their base version. In Infusion, weapons and their Adept versions are considered duplicates, allowing them to be infused into each other for text-center1,000.

Adept weapons differ from their base versions in several ways:

  • In addition to the usual +10 increase to the weapon's primary stat, fully Masterworking an Adept weapon grants +3 to all alternate stats;[1]
  • Adept weapons can use weapon mods with "Adept" in their names, as well as standard weapon mods;[1]
  • An Adept weapon usually has a different default appearance from its base version.

An Adept weapon's availability depends on the availability of its base version. As a result, some Nightfall and Trials of Osiris Adept weapons are no longer obtainable, with their base versions having been removed from their respective game mode's loot pool rotation.

Adept Weapon Mods

Main page: Weapon Mods

Adept weapon mods can only be equipped on Adept weapons. There are Adept mods that improve specific weapon stats, as well as improved versions of normal weapon mods. Adept weapon mods can be obtained as drops from any sources of Adept weapons, as well as Master-difficulty dungeons. The exception to this is Adept icarus grip icon1.jpg Adept Icarus Grip, which is exclusive to Trials of Osiris Flawless chests.

Sources

Trials of Osiris

In Trials of Osiris, players who go Flawless (7 wins with no losses) will receive a pinnacle Adept weapon from the chest in the Lighthouse. This weekly reward can only be claimed once per account, not per character. The Adept weapon that drops from the chest rotates each week.[2]

Once players go Flawless in a given week, they can continue to earn additional drops of the weekly Adept weapon by completing matches on any Trials Passage with at least 7 wins while the Flawless pool is active, regardless of losses. This resets weekly.[3] The Flawless pool and Flawless pool loot are enabled each weekend on Sundays at 10 AM Pacific Time.[4]

Players who have claimed their first Flawless chest in the current week can purchase drops of the weekly Adept weapon by focusing text-center Trials Engrams at Saint-14.[2] Decrypting an Adept weapon costs 1 text-center Trials Engram, text-center50,000, text-center50, and any 7-win Trials Passage.

Grandmaster Nightfall

The Adept version of the weekly Nightfall weapon can drop from Nightfalls on Grandmaster difficulty. Completing a Grandmaster Nightfall with a Platinum rating, killing all Champions that spawn before finishing the mission, will guarantee an Adept weapon drop.[5] During weeks where the Double Nightfall Drops modifier is active, two Adept weapons will drop instead of one.

Adept Nightfall weapons will usually have an additional Trait in one of the two columns.

Master Difficulty Raids

Adept versions of weapons from certain raids can be obtained when playing on Master difficulty.

Vault of Glass

Adept weapons obtained from the Vault of Glass raid have "(Timelost)" appended to their names instead. They function the same as regular Adept weapons, but offer an additional perk in the third and fourth columns.[6]

Timelost weapons drop when completing Vault of Glass Challenges (e.g. "Wait for It...") on Master difficulty. A specific Timelost weapon will be available to obtain each week, rotating along with the Challenge. Note that weekly reward lockouts are shared between the Normal and Master difficulties of the raid. This means that completing a challenge on Normal difficulty first will prevent the player from getting a Timelost weapon reward from the challenge on Master difficulty for that week.[6]

Once a Timelost weapon has been obtained, additional rolls of that weapon can be purchased from the Cache of Kabr vendor at the end of the raid using Spoils of conquest icon1.jpg Spoils of Conquest.[6] They can only be purchased when playing on Master difficulty.

Vow of the Disciple

In the Vow of the Disciple raid, completing the weekly raid Challenge on Master difficulty will drop a new Adept weapon that the player has not yet unlocked in Collections. If all Adept weapons have been acquired from the raid, then the Adept weapon that drops will be random.[7] Unlike the normal raid weapons, the Adept weapons cannot be crafted. However, completing Deepsight Resonance extractions on an Adept weapon will make progress toward unlocking the Weapon Pattern for its normal version.[8]

Once an Adept weapon has been obtained, additional rolls of that weapon can be purchased from the Lubrae's Ruin vendor at the end of the raid using Spoils of conquest icon1.jpg Spoils of Conquest. They can only be purchased when playing on Master difficulty.

King's Fall

Adept weapons obtained from the King's Fall raid have "(Harrowed)" appended to their names instead. Completing a Challenge on Master difficulty will reward an Adept weapon.[9] Additional rolls of the Adept weapons can be purchased from the Dreadnaught's Riches vendor on Master difficulty for Spoils of conquest icon1.jpg Spoils of Conquest, if the player has those weapons unlocked in Collections. Although they cannot be crafted, performing a Deepsight Resonance extraction on a Harrowed weapon will count toward unlocking the Weapon Pattern for the normal version of that weapon.[8]

Patch History

  • 6.3.0.4[10]
    • Reduced the cost of focusing Trials of Osiris’ Adept weapons from 250 to 50 text-center Legendary Shards.
  • 4.1.0[8]
  • 4.0.1[3]
    • Trials of Osiris:
      • Fixed an issue where Adept Trials weapons were dropping for wins past 7 on a Passage of confidence icon1.jpg Passage of Confidence without first requiring a Flawless ticket.
        • Dev note: Funny enough, this is the biproduct of something we’ve been working on over the last season to improve Adept drop rates post-flawless, as well as help the Flawless pool feel more rewarding... which leads us to the next patch note!
      • Once players have gone flawless in a given week, they now have a chance of earning Adept Weapon drops on any Trials Ticket that has earned 7 or more wins while the Flawless Pool is active, regardless of loss counts.
        • This will reset weekly.
  • 4.0.0.1[11]
  • 3.3.1[5]
    • Increased drop chance for an Adept Nightfall weapon from a Platinum Grandmaster Nightfall to 100%.
  • 3.3.0.3[13]
  • 3.2.0[14]
    • UNLISTED: Bottomless Grief is now a fixed alternate perk in the left column on Adept drops of Nightfall weapons (i.e. you can switch between that and the randomly rolled perk in the inspection screen).[15]
    • UNLISTED: Celerity is now a fixed alternate perk in the right column on Adept drops of Trials weapons (i.e. you can switch between that and the randomly rolled perk in the inspection screen).[15]
  • 3.0.0.1[16]

References

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