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Added in Destiny 2 Season of the Seraph, Lodbrok-C is a kinetic high impact auto rifle. Is it worth using? What are some of its best rolls? Let’s take a look.

How to Get Lodbrok-C in Destiny 2

You can obtain Lodbrok-C through world drops or by ranking up with vendors. It is also occasionally sold by Banshee-44.

Lodbrok-C God Rolls

Lodbrok-C PVE God Roll

  • Chambered Compensator
  • Alloy Magazine or Armor-Piercing Rounds
  • Fourth Time’s the Charm or Demolitionist
  • Target Lock or Adrenaline Junkie
  • Masterwork: Reload Speed

Hey, remember the Halfdan-D? It’s back, kind of! The Lodbrok-C has barrels instead of sights, significantly better stability and recoil, a little less aim assist and handling, and a new set of perks — not to mention the Hakke Origin Trait. It’s a world drop weapon, which means it’s tricky to farm, but it at least has a pretty small perk pool. There are some interesting picks in there, too — the new perks Target Lock and Cascade Point in the fourth column reward focused fire on targets, which might make Lodbrok-C a useful weapon in endgame content where even red bar enemies take a considerable amount of ammo to dispatch. A Demolitionist/Adrenaline Junkie roll is a great standard combo, too. You could even get artsy with it and go Osmosis/Adrenaline Junkie, which would allow Lodbrok-C to pair great with Void subclasses (getting Volatile Rounds from Echo of Instability).


Lodbrok-C PVP God Roll

  • Corkscrew Rifling
  • Ricochet Rounds
  • Perpetual Motion
  • Kill Clip or Target Lock
  • Masterwork: Range

Auto rifles received a small buff recently, with stability giving them more recoil reduction at the higher end of the stat. Whether high-impacts like Lodbrok-C will be able to do real work in this season’s Destiny 2 PVP meta is still up in the air, but Lodbrok-C does have some things going for it. Perpetual Motion is a fantastic perk that ameliorates the weapon’s relatively slow reload speed and provides a considerable boost to stability while in motion, and Kill Clip is the kill-chaining perk par excellence. Alternately, Target Lock could be effective if you can land your shots, though it’s not yet clear how useful that perk is going to be in the Crucible. This thing could be pretty deadly with the right roll.

About the Author

merritt k

merritt k is Content Manager at Fanbyte, covering Destiny 2 and other live games.


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Barrel Slot

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Dual strength barrel. • Increases range • Increases stability

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Polygonal Rifling

Barrel optimized for recoil reduction. • Increases stability

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Hammer-Forged Rifling

Durable ranged barrel. • Increases range

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Full Bore

Barrel optimized for distance. • Greatly increases range • Decreases stability • Slightly decreases handling speed

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Fluted Barrel

Ultra-light barrel. • Greatly increases handling speed • Slightly increases stability

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Extended Barrel

Weighty barrel extension. • Increases range • Decreases handling speed • Moderately controls recoil

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Corkscrew Rifling

Balanced barrel. • Slightly increases range and stability • Slightly increases handling speed

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Chambered Compensator

Stable barrel attachment. • Increases stability • Moderately controls recoil • Slightly decreases handling speed

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Arrowhead Brake

Lightly vented barrel. • Greatly controls recoil • Increases handling speed