All weapons in King’s Fall Raid in Destiny 2

Destiny 2 has launched a new raid on the game, but it’s one that long-time fans of the franchise may be familiar with.

King’s Fall Raid was one of the most popular raids in the original Destiny game, and its long-awaited return has finally arrived. Players are very excited about it this time around, and its new loot table is one of the biggest reasons why.


There are seven weapons in the King’s Fall Raid in Destiny 2.

A total of seven unique weapons have been introduced with the release of the King’s Fall Raid in Destiny 2. However, not all of them are available in every encounter found in the raid.

Every legendary weapon in King’s Fall Raid comes with a powerful new origin trait called Runneth Over. The trait overflows the magazine when reloading near allies. Obviously this is the most effective when run with a group, which makes PvE easier. Each weapon also comes with a set of possible traits.

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Listed below are all the new weapons in King’s Fall Raid in Destiny 2.


Fate of Chelchis

Doom of Chelchis (Image via in-game screenshot/Sportskeeda)
Doom of Chelchis (Image via in-game screenshot/Sportskeeda)

Doom of Chelchis can only be found in the Totems encounter. It is a void scanning rifle and comes with a variety of perks in Destiny 2.

Benefit one: Explosive Payload, Rangefinder, Firefly, Relentless, Adaptive Munitions, Opening Fire, Vorpal Weapon, and Steady Hands

Advantage two: Eye of the Storm, One for All, Dragonfly, Focused Fury, Frenzy, Repulsor Brace


Qullim term

Qullim's Terminus (Image via in-game screenshot/Sportskeeda)
Qullim’s Terminus (Image via in-game screenshot/Sportskeeda)

This weapon is a Stasis Machine Gun in Destiny 2. It can only be found in the Totems or Golgoroth encounter.

Benefit one: Assembly, Warmup, Slickdraw, Dynamic Sway Reduction, Relentless, Spring, Stats for all

Advantage two: Tombstone, Line of Fire, Killing-Tally, Firefly, Eye of the Storm


Merain Strike

Smite of Merain (Image via in-game screenshot/Sportskeeda)
Smite of Merain (Image via in-game screenshot/Sportskeeda)

The Smite of Merain is a Kinetic Pulse Rifle found in the Warpriest or Daughters of Oryx encounter.

Benefit one: Focused Fury, Demolitionist, Moving Target

Advantage two: Firefly, Swashbuckler, Gutshot, One for All, Adrenaline Junkie, Vorpal Weapon


Yasmine’s Challenge

Challenge Yasmin (Image via in-game screenshot/Sportskeeda)
Challenge Yasmin (Image via in-game screenshot/Sportskeeda)

Defiance of Yasmin is a Kinetic Sniper Rifle in Destiny 2. It is similar to Smite of Merain in that it can only be found in the Warpriest or Daughters of Oryx encounter.

Benefit one: Osmosis, lead of gold, firefly, instant views, no distractions

Advantage two: Opening Shot, Moving Target, Focused Fury, Demolitionist


Midha’s Reckoning

Midha's Reckoning (Image via in-game screenshot/Sportskeeda)
Midha’s Reckoning (Image via in-game screenshot/Sportskeeda)

Midha’s Reckoning is an Arc Fusion Rifle available only in the Golgorot encounter.

Benefit one: Relentless, Brawler, Pitch Prep

Advantage two: Tank explosion, Kickstart, Warm-up successful, touch the trigger


Zaouli’s Bane

Zaouli's Bane (Image via in-game screenshot/Sportskeeda)
Zaouli’s Bane (Image via in-game screenshot/Sportskeeda)

Possibly the second best weapon found in King’s Fall Raid, Zaouli’s Bane is a Solar Hand Cannon. It is available from the Golgoroth, Daughters of Oryx, or Oryx encounter.

Benefit one: Opening shot, hip shot grip, gut shot, set

Advantage two: Eye of the Storm, Steady Hands, Surrounded, Incandescent, Demolitionist


touch of malice

Touch of Malice (Image via in-game screenshot/Sportskeeda)
Touch of Malice (Image via in-game screenshot/Sportskeeda)

Easily the rarest and most coveted weapon in raid loot, Touch of Malice is a kinetic scout rifle that becomes available in the final encounter with Oryx.

Exotic perk: The final round of the magazine deals bonus damage, tapping into the wielder’s life force, and then regenerates. Quickly defeating three targets restores health.


Edited by Rachel Syemlieh

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