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The complete loot table for the King’s Fall raid in Destiny 2

What drops from where inside the Destiny 2 version of the King’s Fall raid

A Warlock holds a Doom of Chelchis scout rifle in Destiny 2: Season of Plunder Image: Bungie

King’s Fall, the best raid from the original Destiny, has officially come to Destiny 2 in Season of Plunder. The raid sends players deep into Oryx’s Dreadnaught to face the Taken King himself and commit regicide. The Destiny 2 redux of King’s Fall is excellent, and adds some great twists to an already great raid. But more importantly, King’s Fall also offers some of the most interesting loot in Destiny history.

In this Destiny 2 guide, we’ll show you all the possible weapons that drop in the King’s Fall raid, which encounters you can get them from, what perk rolls you can acquire, and even how to get the coveted Touch of Malice Exotic scout rifle.

Loot Table

A visual loot table from Blueberrie.gg which shows the various weapons and armor set drops from the six King’s Fall encounters in Destiny 2 Image: Blueberries.gg via Irrezolut

Above, you’ll find a loot table for the King’s Fall raid, built by Irrezolut for Blueberries.gg, a great resource for beginner Guardians in Destiny.

The chart breaks down each encounter and the potential loot drops that come from the reward chests. Most fights have a limited weapon and armor pool, but Oryx — the final boss — can drop any of the items in the raid. This includes the Touch of Malice Exotic scout rifle, which has a random chance to drop from Oryx.

Like Vow of the Disciple before it, all of King’s Fall’s weapons are craftable. You’ll need to get five Deepsight Resonance versions of each gun to unlock the weapon Pattern. We’ve added a number after each potential perk in our roll list below, which denotes what level your crafted raid weapon needs to be to use that perk.

Your raid weapons almost always have a chance to drop with Deepsight Resonance, be it from the end of an encounter or one of the raid’s secret chests. The exception to that rule is the final chest after Oryx, which you can interact with to buy new rolls of weapons you’ve already acquired with Spoils of Conquest. You can buy one guaranteed Deepsight Resonance from this chest per account per week, but subsequent purchases won’t ever drop with Deepsight Resonance.

There is also a secret chest puzzle in the raid that guarantees an additional Deepsight Resonance weapon each week, which involves tracking down runes found in the Court of Oryx.

Smite of Merain

A chunky pulse rifle in Destiny 2 called Smite of Merain, made from bones, teeth, and sinew Image: Bungie via Polygon

Smite of Merain is a Legendary 390 RPM Adaptive Frame pulse rifle. It deals Kinetic damage and uses Primary ammo.

Perk row 1 options

Perk row 2 options

Origin perk

Defiance of Yasmin

A long, pointed sniper rifle in Destiny 2 called Defiance of Yasmin, which is made of bone Image: Bungie via Polygon

Defiance of Yasmin is a Legendary 90 RPM Adaptive Frame sniper rifle. It deals Kinetic damage and uses Special ammo.

Perk row 1 options

Perk row 2 options

Origin perk

  • Runneth Over

Midha’s Reckoning

A Destiny 2 fusion rifle made of bone, spikes, and sinew called Midha’s Reckoning Image: Bungie via Polygon

Midha’s Reckoning is a Legendary 960 charge time High-Impact Frame fusion rifle. It deals Arc damage and uses Special ammo.

Perk row 1 options

Perk row 2 options

Origin perk

  • Runneth Over

Zaouli’s Bane

A small hand cannon in Destiny 2 called Zaouli’s Bane, made of bone and sinew Image: Bungie via Polygon

Zaouli’s Bane is a Legendary 140 RPM Adaptive Frame hand cannon. It deals Solar damage and uses Primary ammo.

Perk row 1 options

  • Ensemble: 1
  • Hip-Fire Grip: 1
  • Gutshot Straight: 4
  • Pugilist: 7
  • Opening Shot: 8
  • Well-Rounded: 9
  • Explosive Payload: 10

Perk row 2 options

  • Surrounded: 1
  • Eye of the Storm: 1
  • Demolitionist: 4
  • Focused Fury: 7
  • Firefly: 8
  • One For All: 9
  • Incandescent: 10

Origin perk

  • Runneth Over

Doom of Chelchis

A Destiny 2 scout rifle made of bone and red sinew called Doom of Chelchis Image: Bungie via Polygon

Doom of Chelchis is a Legendary 180 RPM Precision Frame scout rifle. It deals Void damage and uses Primary ammo.

Perk row 1 options

Perk row 2 options

Origin perk

  • Runneth Over

Qullim’s Terminus

A big, boney Destiny 2 machine gun called Qullim’s Terminus Image: Bungie via Polygon

Qullim’s Terminus is a Legendary 360 RPM High-Impact Frame machine gun. It deals Stasis damage and uses Heavy ammo.

Perk row 1 options

Perk row 2 options

Origin perk

  • Runneth Over

Touch of Malice

A Destiny 2 scout rifle wrapped in a bag called Touch of Malice Image: Bungie via Polygon

Touch of Malice a returning 260 RPM Exotic scout rifle from the original Destiny. It deals Kinetic damage, uses Primary ammo, and comes with the following two Exotic perks:

Unlike in the original Destiny, where you had to essentially craft the Touch of Malice through a lengthy quest, it’s now a random drop from the final raid boss in King’s Fall. If you want Touch of Malice, you’re unfortunately going to need to kill Oryx each week until you get lucky. Note that you can only get Touch of Malice on “looted” runs, meaning that you can only kill Oryx once per character per week for a shot at the Exotic.

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