After nearly six months of Season of Plunder, Destiny 2 Season 19, dubbed Season of the Seraph, is finally here, and with it comes tons of new content, revamps, and more. Among this is the return of the famed Legendary Hand Cannon, Rose.
Players might remember the weapon from many seasons ago when it played a key part in the Lumina Exotic Hand Cannon quest. Now, it's back, making its triumphant return, and players are excited to get their hands on the Hand Cannon once again.
If you're one of these players looking to get yourself this Legendary weapon, then we've got you covered.
Here's how to get the Rose Legendary Hand Cannon in Destiny 2 Season 19.
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How to get the Rose Legendary Hand Cannon in Destiny 2 Season 19
The Rose Legendary Hand Cannon has made its return to Destiny 2 via Season 19 and now, it's looking better than ever.
It's been reprised in Destiny 2 with random rolls, kitted out with powerful perk combos, and a unique Lightweight Frame intrinsic trait, giving it a super nice touch and feel.
In order to get the Rose Legendary Hand Cannon you'll have to first complete your placements in the new-look, overhauled Crucible. It's a reward for participating in the ranked Crucible experience. You need to complete seven placement matches in your Placement Series and get placed in a Competitive Division—there is no required rank or placement level.
To get it all started, head over to Lord Shaxx at the Tower and pick up the "Dividing the Ladder" quest from him, he, and this quest, will get you started for the Competitive mode and will walk you through the Placement Series process.
Once you've got your Rose with all of its thorns, you can also change what type of thorns it has, in this case, its rolls. You can complete a Competitive Division challenge once a week to earn a roll of the Rose Hand Cannon. It's important to note that the challenge is available per character, meaning that you can get it done three times a week if you so choose.
When it comes to rolls, the Hand Cannon has extremely good PvP perks. For barrel and magazine, you can try your hand at Corkscrew Rifle and Accurized Rounds, alternatively, you can go for Quickdraw and Explosive Payload. Rose is pretty solid with a handful of PvP perks—it's up to you to choose.
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