Destiny 2 Bequest: God Rolls and How to get it

by | Mar 20, 2024

With Crota’s End being on everyone’s mind, Destiny players re-discovered a sword from Deep Stone Crypt – the Bequest.

We’ll cover how to get and farm Bequest today, how good it is today, as well as go over our recommended god rolls for PvP and PvE.


How to get Bequest this Season

Bequest drops from the final encounter in the Deep Stone Crypt raid. Our recommendation is to wait until DSC becomes the week’s featured raid and then attempt the raid. Remember that you can use the checkpoint bots to jump into specific encounters of a Raid or a Dungeon.

Bequest is also a craftable weapon. Collecting 5 Deepsights will unlock its pattern and allow you to shape it in the Enclave. If you are planning to min-max the whole team composition before heading into the activity, make sure to get the enhanced version of the Surrounded perk. Luckily, you can now level the weapon up by simply spending resources, so this shouldn’t take you too long. You can find the full Deep Stone Crypt loot table here.

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How to get Bequest, Destiny 2

You can find our Destiny 2 God Roll hub here.

How good is Bequest

At first glance, Bequest is just your simple Adaptive Frame arc sword. And until Crota’s End was released, no one really cared about it. Now, it is considered to be the most consistent way to one-phase Crota surpassing other swords like Lament or Falling Guillotine.

The thing that sets the Bequest apart is its incredibly high Impact Stat. If Masterworked, Bequest can reach 78 Impact, the same as The Lament Exotic, and much higher than every other Legendary sword out there. This results in insane DPS, especially in encounters such as Crota.

Overall, we consider Bequest S-tier for PvE and C-tier for PvP.

S-tier for PvE C-tier for PvP

Best alternatives:

Bequest Perks and God Rolls

The Commemoration machine gun can roll with the following perks:

  • Perk 1: Tresh, Energy Transfer, Wellspring, Relentless Strikes, Duelist’s Trance, Tireless Blade, Unrelenting
  • Perk 2: Surrounded, Assassin’s Blade, En Garde, Demolitionist, Vorpal Weapon, Chain Reaction, One for All
  • Origin Trait: Bray Inheritance
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Bequest God rolls, Destiny 2

Bequest PvE god roll

  • Blade: Jagged Edge
  • Guard: Swordmaster’s Guard
  • Perk 1: Relentless Strikes
  • Perk 2: Surrounded
  • Masterwork: Impact

Regardless of where you go, this is the only god roll for Bequest. Jagged Edge for more damage and Swordmaster’s Guard because you will mostly use the sword on stunned targets like Crota. If you don’t, then Balanced Guard will do fine too.

As for the perks, Relentless Strikes will compensate for the additional ammo costs of Jagged Edge. And the Surrounded will grant you more damage when three or more enemies are nearby. An important note about the Surrounded perk, you have to make sure you leave a couple of ads when dealing damage to take advantage of the perk. It can be tricky, but otherwise, you waste a lot of DPS potential.

Bequest PvP god roll

  • Blade: Honed Edge
  • Guard: Burst Guard
  • Perk 1: Tireless Blade
  • Perk 2: Assassin’s Blade
  • Masterwork: Impact

You are probably not here for a PvP roll because swords in PvP are… impractical. Either way, you can try and take it to the Crucible, just don’t expect much.

We went for a Honed Edge to get a damage boost without any sacrifices, paired with Burst Guard for higher resistance. Both are not set in stone, so try to experiment to find a perfect combination that works for you.

Our perks are focused on you getting a kill and then snowballing from that. Because let’s be honest, if you don’t get a kill in PvP with a sword, you are dead. Tireless Blade gives you extra ammo, and Assassin’s Blade boosts movement speed and damage all after securing a kill.

Before you go…

Interested in more top-tier weapons from the Deep Stone Crypt raid? You should definitely check out these Commemoration God Rolls.

About The Author

Edward Strazd
Edward Strazd
Destiny 2 is unironically my favorite game of all time. And it is always a pleasure to work with anything Destiny-related. Which is also why I’m here, helping you learn more about the game to be a better and fancier Guardian. You can find Edward on Twitter.
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