Destiny 2 Qullim’s Terminus: God Rolls and How to get it

by | Feb 28, 2024

Heavy machine guns have steadily risen in popularity throughout the last handful of seasons, putting each new weapon of this archetype under heavy review upon release. Today, we’ll cover one of only a couple of Stasis machine guns found in the game: Qullim’s Terminus.

Throughout the following sections, we’ll cover not only how to obtain this weapon, but also its strengths and god rolls in both PvE and PvP. Let’s begin.

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How to get Qullim’s Terminus

Qullim’s Terminus is one of six legendary weapons available from the King’s Fall raid. It can drop from the Totems, Golgoroth, and Oryx encounters. Additionally, after obtaining your first copy of it from one of these encounters, it will appear in secret chests in the raid and at the end-of-raid vendor (where it will be purchasable for 20 Spoils of Conquest).

Qullim’s Terminus also has an Adept (Harrowed) variant, providing enhanced perks, increased stats, and the power to slot unique mods. This can be obtained from the Master difficulty version of King’s Fall. You can find the full King’s Fall loot table here.

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How to get Qullim’s Terminus, Destiny 2

You can find all of our D2 Weapon God Rolls here.

How good is Qullim’s Terminus

As we mentioned earlier, heavy machine guns have been on the rise recently, especially in PvE. From ad clear to miniboss damage, their versatility and ease of use cater to just about any skill level of Guardian.

However, Qullim’s Terminus seems to lack what makes other choices so popular. To start, high-impact frame machine guns are typically considered intrinsically the weakest of the three, with most players preferring Adaptive archetypes such as Commemoration. Qullim’s also focuses on its Stasis element for PvE, which doesn’t shake too much up due to machine guns not being a top pick for buildcrafting.

In The Crucible, Qullim’s Terminus is around average, if not slightly worse. High-impact frame machine guns also aren’t the strongest here, and this one doesn’t have too many interesting choices for perks. As a result, Qullim’s Terminus is B-Tier in both PvE and PvP. While it won’t actively hinder your gameplay, there simply isn’t a reason to run this weapon over its vast competition.

Best alternatives:

ArtWeaponArchetypeRarityAmmo?Element?RequirementsIn loot pool?AmmoElementTierExcelsSourceCraftable?RequiresReleasedSlotCan be Crafted?Best of?Top Perk?
Commemoration Destiny 2 artCommemorationAdaptiveLegendaryHeavyVoidBeyond LightYesHeavy ammo Destiny 2 HeavyVoid Void


PvE + PvPDeep Stone Crypt RaidCheckmark icon V3 YesBeyond Light Destiny 2 icon
Beyond Light
Season 12HeavyCraftableTop-tierRepulsor Brace,Reconstruction
Terminus Horizon art Destiny 2Terminus HorizonHigh-ImpactLegendaryHeavyArcDeluxe EditionYesHeavy ammo Destiny 2 HeavyArc Arc


-Spire of the Watcher DungeonError icon V2 NoThe Witch Queen Destiny 2 icon
Deluxe Edition
Season 19HeavyNoVoltshot
Song of Ir Yût artSong of Ir YûtAdaptiveLegendaryHeavyArcFree-to-PlayYesHeavy ammo Destiny 2 HeavyArc Arc


PvECrota's End RaidCheckmark icon V3 YesFree to Play Destiny 2 icon
Season 22HeavyCraftableTop-tierVoltshot,Sword Logic,Reconstruction,Bait and Switch

Qullim’s Terminus God Roll and Perk Pool

The Qullim’s Terminus machine gun can roll with the following perks:

  • Perk 1: Ensemble, Slickdraw, Firmly Planted, Heating Up, Stats for All, Dynamic Sway Reduction, Unrelenting
  • Perk 2: Wellspring, Eye of the Storm, Firefly, Focused Fury, Firing Line, Killing Tally, Headstone
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Qullim’s Terminus God rolls, Destiny 2 v2

Qullim’s Terminus PvE god roll

  • Barrel: Smallbore
  • Magazine: Flared Magwell (also good: Tactical Mag)
  • Perk 1: Unrelenting (also good: Ensemble)
  • Perk 2: Killing Tally (also good: Headstone)
  • Masterwork: Handling

For PvE, there are two ways you can build Qullim’s Terminus: either for raw damage or for Stasis buildcrafting.

In the case of the former, Unrelenting and Killing Tally is your best bet. While Focused Fury and Firing Line are somewhat comparable in the second column (especially due to Qullim’s low magazine size, reducing the potency of Killing Tally), their damage buffs simply aren’t as strong.

If you’re instead looking to build into the Stasis element, replacing Killing Tally with Headstone is the clear choice. While you’re bound to find better weapons for nearly any Stasis build in mind, Qullim’s is one of few Stasis machine guns if you’re looking for that specifically.

Qullim’s perks aren’t too bad, but they also aren’t anything to write home about. Plus, the weapon’s high-impact frame once again automatically reduces its potency against fierce competition.

Qullim’s Terminus PvP god roll

  • Barrel: Smallbore
  • Magazine: Accurized Rounds
  • Perk 1: Dynamic Sway Reduction
  • Perk 2: Killing Tally (also good: Eye of the Storm)
  • Masterwork: Stability

In terms of The Crucible, Qullim’s Terminus feels relatively uninspired.

Beginning by opting for high range and stability, you’ll want to seek out Smallbore, Accurized Rounds, and a stability masterwork. From there, Dynamic Sway Reduction should help increase the consistency of your shots even further.

The final column perk is a toss-up between Killing Tally and Eye of the Storm. While Killing Tally does allow you to be less accurate with your shots, Eye of the Storm has the same effect from a different angle (making the weapon itself more accurate). What you pick is entirely up to you, but know that neither will revive this weapon into anything more than average.

Before you go…

Interested in more top-tier weapons from the King’s Fall raid? You should definitely check out these Smite of Merain God Rolls.

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Andrew Sideris
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With my over seven years of game knowledge, six months of writing experience for, and hundreds of Blueberries already guided through endgame content, I hope to allow newcomers to have the same great introduction I had all those years ago. You can find Andrew on Twitter.
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