Destiny 2 Garden of Salvation Loot Table: Weapons & Armor

by | Jan 16, 2022 | Weapons

The Garden of Salvation raid is not as popular as it once was. Newer raids get most of the spotlight these days, yet Garden of Salvation can still reward you with excellent weapons and great-looking armor.

In fact, some of its weapons are considered to be among the top weapons in the entire game. This loot table covers absolutely everything you can earn from this raid.

Destiny 2 Garden of Salvation Loot Table

This table covers all the “Garden” loot, including weapons and armor:

First Encounter
Evade
Second Encounter
Summon
Third Encounter
Consecrated Mind
Final Encounter
Sanctified Mind
Zealot's Reward Destiny 2 featuredZealot's Reward
Rapid-Fire Fusion Rifle | Void Void
Prophet of Doom Destiny 2 featuredProphet of Doom
Precision Shotgun | Arc Arc
Ancient Gospel Destiny 2 featuredAncient Gospel
Adaptive Hand Cannon | Solar Solar
Omniscient Eye Destiny 2 featuredOmniscient Eye
Rapid-Fire Sniper Rifle | Solar Solar
Accrued Redemption Destiny 2 featured bowsAccrued Redemption
Precision Combat Bow | Kinetic symbol Destiny 2 Kinetic
Reckless Oracle Destiny 2 featuredReckless Oracle
Rapid-Fire Auto Rifle | Void Void
Sacred Provenance Destiny 2 featured v2Sacred Provenance
Aggressive Pulse Rifle | Kinetic symbol Destiny 2 Kinetic
Greaves of Ascendancy Destiny 2 featuredGreaves of Ascendancy
| Legs
Gauntlets of Exaltation Destiny 2 featuredGauntlets of Exaltation
| Arms
Plate of Transcendence Destiny 2 featuredPlate of Transcendence
| Chest
Helm of Righteousness Destiny 2 featuredHelm of Righteousness
| Head
Temptation's Mark Destiny 2 featuredTemptation's Mark
| Class Item

You can find more Destiny 2 loot tables here.

Can you farm Garden of Salvation?

Unlike the more recent Deep Stone Crypt and Vault of Glass raids, Garden of Salvation can only be completed once per character per week. That means you only have a maximum of three shots per week and per encounter to find what you were looking for.

This means that, technically, the Garden of Salvation raid cannot be actively farmed.

On the flip side, there are 2 chests within the raid that can also reward you with any Legendary weapon or Armor piece. This video is a great guide on how to find them solo.

More Destiny 2 loot tables:

Destiny 2 Garden of Salvation Armor

As with every other raid in Destiny 2, Garden of Salvation also offers one set of armor for each class:

Destiny 2 Garden of Salvation Raid armor set

These are the Of Righteousness armor sets for Titan, Hunter, and Warlock.

Destiny 2 Garden of Salvation Weapons: Ranked

This section provides a more detailed look at all the weapons from the Garden of Salvation raid. These are all 7 Garden of Salvation weapons, ranked from Worst to Best:

Reckless Oracle Destiny 2 featured

7. Reckless Oracle

A quick reminder: 720 RPM autos behave a lot like SMG’s, and Reckless Oracle certainly does resemble a submachine gun.

Overall, Reckless oracle is a decent 720 RPM auto, but there simply are better options out there. In particular, again, the Shayura’s Wrath SMG is a direct in-slot contender and it offers much more utility in comparison.

PVP God roll:

  • Perk 1: Under Pressure
  • Perk 2: Kill Clip

How to get it: By completing the second encounter of the Garden of Salvation raid.

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Prophet of Doom Destiny 2 featured

6. Prophet of Doom

Prophet of Doom falls into the Rapid Fire Frame archetype and that’s its main problem. This archetype has a few issues such as poor ammo economy and limited damage. It just lacks that “big DPS” factor that comes with slug shotguns in PVE.

PVE God roll:

  • Perk 1: Full Auto Trigger System (also good: Feeding Frenzy)
  • Perk 2: One-Two Punch

How to get it: By completing the second encounter of the Garden of Salvation raid.

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Accrued Redemption Destiny 2 featured bows

5. Accrued Redemption

Accrued Redemption is special because it happens to be one of the only 2 Kinetic Precision bows in the entire game. Plus, it has the best base stats among Precision bows overall.

PVE God roll:

  • Perk 1: Archer’s Tempo
  • Perk 2: Rampage

How to get it: By completing the first encounter of the Garden of Salvation raid.

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Ancient Gospel Destiny 2 featured

4. Ancient Gospel

Just like Nation of Beasts, Ancient Gospel is a good hand cannon that simply has too much competition. Still, if you manage to find a god roll, you should definitely keep it for PVE purposes…

PVE God roll:

  • Perk 1: Rapid Hit (also good: Outlaw)
  • Perk 2: Dragonfly (also good: Kill Clip)

How to get it: By completing the third encounter of the Garden of Salvation raid.

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Omniscient Eye Destiny 2 featured

3. Omniscient Eye

For a time, Omniscient Eye dominated PVP and was one of the most sought-after weapons in the game. It’s still good, but it has been outclassed by even better Snipers.

Recent additions, such as the 1000 Yard Stare, are just too good to ignore. With lesser perks and harder to farm, the Omniscient Eye just can’t keep up.

PVE God roll:

  • Perk 1: No Distractions
  • Perk 2: Snapshot Sights

How to get it: By completing the final encounter of the Garden of Salvation raid.

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Sacred Provenance Destiny 2 featured v2

2. Sacred Provenance

Vanguard logo Destiny 2 Excels in PVE

Sacred Provenance is an excellent Pulse rifle for PVE and the only reason you don’t see it more often is because Pulses are currently in a bad place, DPS-wise.

Still, Sacred Provenance is currently the only aggressive, 4-burst Pulse rifle in the game, and you should definitely keep it if you have, for when Bungie will finally buff Pulses in PVE.

PVP God roll:

  • Perk 1: Rapid Hit (also good: Outlaw)
  • Perk 2: Kill Clip

How to get it: By completing the third encounter of the Garden of Salvation raid.

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Zealot's Reward Destiny 2 featured

1. Zealot’s Reward

Crucible logo Destiny 2 Excels in PVP

Zealot’s Reward became a PVP monster overnight. The recent changes to Fusion rifles were greatly beneficial to certain archetypes, including the Zealot’s Reward.

That buff, coupled with excellent base stats and the best PVP perks, made this one of the best fusions for the Crucible.

PVE God roll:

  • Perk 1: Under Pressure
  • Perk 2: High-Impact Reserves

How to get it: By completing the first encounter of the Garden of Salvation raid.

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The Last Word

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