Dragon’s Breath is a weapon that had humble beginnings in Future 1 earlier than being revamped and now returning this yr to Future 2 with additional sweeping modifications. So, right here’s why Season 23’s Dragon’s Breath Heavy Unique can be Wonderful for Scorch Builds.
Future 1 was neat as a result of rocket launchers didn’t all the time have just one rocket within the chamber. Typically, you’ll discover a rocket launcher that might shoot two rockets at a time. Enter Dragon’s Breath and its chamber that might maintain three rockets. However that’s not all as a result of Dragon’s Breath’s munitions would depart behind a photo voltaic flare that acts very similar to Future 2’s Photo voltaic Grenade.
However that wasn’t ok for Bungie as a result of, within the 2nd yr of Future 1, Dragon’s Breath inched nearer to its Future 2 iteration. On the time, its new perk enables you to maintain down the set off to delay the rocket’s detonation, which might then drop a napalm canister that left a big pool of fireplace, inflicting harm over time. In the meantime, Dragon’s Breath new Unique perk, coming very quickly to Future 2, has taken that idea from Future 1 and ran with it.
The ‘Burn the World’ Unique Intrinsic offers this revamped Dragon’s Breath a gasoline counter that passively hundreds whilst you wait to fireplace it and maxes out at 5 stacks. The following rocket you fireplace will then use all of the stacks you saved up and inject itself into an enemy you hit, inflicting Scorch harm. From there, the rocket periodically ejects gasoline into swimming pools across the hit enemy that does Scorch harm to something standing in them. Moreover, the extra gasoline used, the longer it spreads gasoline earlier than the fire-spreading explosion.
In the meantime, its different Unique Intrinsic ‘Excessive Octane’ immediately refills the Dragon’s Breath with two fuels when an ignition occurs close by. Moreover, upon being absolutely refilled, the imposing rocket launcher reloads itself! Then you may have the Unique Catalyst ‘Pyromancer’ that replenishes Dragon’s Breath’s gasoline quicker. Even higher is that when you kill enemies with this weapon as soon as, you’ll have the catalyst spawn Firesprites on high of the whole lot else.
I believe it’s straightforward to see how this magnificent beast would swimsuit almost anybody’s Photo voltaic construct on any class and Photo voltaic-based Unique armor. For instance, with Dragon’s Breath, Photo voltaic Fragments like Ember of Searing that provides Firesprites upon scorched enemy kills would drop like sweet. In the meantime, Ember of Mercy would make these fixed Firesprites grant restoration, and Ember of Char would make your ignitions unfold much more scorch—forgive me for this—however that’s sizzling.
There are simply so many Photo voltaic Fragments I don’t sometimes use that I might wish to use with Dragon’s Breath. Ember of Singeing would recharge your class capacity quicker with every rocket landed. Whereas Ember of Blistering would return grenade vitality when the eventual Photo voltaic ignitions clear the display screen for you. In the meantime, Ember of Eruption would unfold demise and scorch out of your ignitions even additional, on high of Ember of Marvel producing Orbs of Energy out of your rocket’s ignition’s remaining blows.
With so many different methods for a Guardian to enact scorch and ignitions upon Future 2’s enemy populace, Dragon’s Breath actually solely provides to the majestic fireplace of your favourite Photo voltaic construct.