Here are the recommended PvE and PvP god roll perks for the Seventh Seraph Carbine in Destiny 2.
Seventh Seraph Carbine is the new Auto Rifle players can earn during Season of the Worthy in Destiny 2. After upgrading your bunker in the EDZ, you can start earning this weapon, and with some work get one with a good roll. This guide will tell you what the Seventh Seraph Carbine god roll is in Destiny 2.
Seventh Seraph Carbine God Roll
Auto Rifles in Destiny 2 are some of the most widely used weapons, with some of them being my go-to choice no matter the situation. While the Seventh Seraph Carbine may not be as good as some of its counterparts, it is still a formidable weapon.
Obtaining the Seventh Seraph Carbine requires players to upgrade the EDZ bunker to Tier 3. Once you have it unlocked, pick up the bounty associated with it. Upon completing the bounty requirements, you will be rewarded with a random roll for the Seventh Seraph Carbine.
After acquiring this Auto Rifle, you will want to check out the perks and see if they match up with the recommended god rolls.
Below is the recommended god roll for PvE:
- Arrowhead Break, Extended Barrel, Fluted Barrel, Chambered Compensator, or Hammer-Forged Rifling.
- High-Caliber Rounds, Appended Mag, or Armor-Piercing Rounds.
- Fourth Times a Charm or Auto-Loading Holster.
- Vorpal Weapon, Rampage, or Swashbuckler.
The Seventh Seraph Carbine PvE perks are all about maximizing your output damage to take enemies down. Perks like Fourth Times a Charm, that returns two rounds to the magazine by making rapid precision shots will increase your damage output. Combined with Rampage or Swashbuckler, the more enemies you take down with this weapon, the more damage you do. Taking down enemies as quick as possible is key for any adventure you set out upon.
The PvP recommended perks are below:
- Extended Barrel, Chambered Compensator, Full-Bore, or Hammer-Forged Rifling.
- High Caliber Rounds, Flared Magwell, Light Mag, or Ricochet Rounds.
- Slideshot or Threat Detector
- Moving Target, Vorpal Weapon, Elemental Capacitor, or Rangefinder.
The recommended PvP perks are all about range and stability. Taking your opponent out from a distance is the key factor. Perks like High Caliber Rounds, Slideshot, and Rangefinder all increase this Auto Rifles range. Even if you find yourself in close combat, you will be good to go.
If you don’t get the roll you are looking for, simply head back to the bunker and pick up the bounty again. Stay tuned to Guide Stash and our Destiny 2 archives for more Season of the Worthy content.