The Time Worn Spire is a Rapid-Fire Frame pulse rifle in Destiny 2. Originally with static rolls in Year 1, it has returned with random rolls and new perk options. Here are the best perks you should look for on the Time Worn Spire in Destiny 2.
Perks and rolls
The Time Worn Spire has sight perks instead of barrel perks. Some of the best options are the Red Dot Micro, Cleanshot IS and Hitmark IS. In terms of magazine perks, you have a couple different options. As a Rapid-Fire Frame, it lacks the range that other pulse rifle frames have. To mitigate this drawback, look for High Caliber Rounds, Ricochet Rounds or Light Mag.
In the first column, you have the option of Feeding Frenzy as one of your reload perks. The second option is Subsistence, but this reduces the amount of ammo you can carry. Moving Target is also an option for better target acquisition.
The second column isn’t too exciting. Three of the perks available are Iron perks which boost a single stat at the cost of another stat. In most cases, you should avoid these perks. However, there are two solid damage perk options. You can have Rampage for a kill-based buff, or One For All for a hit-based buff.
Here are the perk combinations and god rolls you should look for on The Time Worn Spire in Destiny 2:
- Feeding Frenzy + Rampage – This combo is great for PvE and helps with clearing large groups of rank and file enemies. While it can be useful in PvP, it can be hard to get more than 1 or 2 stacks of Rampage.
- Feeding Frenzy + One For All – One For All is great damage perk that doesn’t require kills to activate the buff. Feeding Frenzy pairs well with One for All’s lethality.
The Time Worn Spire is a solid pulse rifle which suffers from a few downfalls. In many scenarios it gets outranged by other, slower fire rate pulse rifles like The Messenger. Its lack of perk options and combos also makes it less favorable in both PvP and PvE. If you want to grab this pulse rifle for yourself, you can get it from Iron Banner drops.