Starfire Protocol Still Needs a Destiny 2 Ornament
You’ve probably used the Starfire Protocol Exotic if you’re a Warlock in Destiny2. This gear is a completely cracked piece and gives you almost infinite Fusion Grenades, which can be used in any PVE activity, including taking out Champions or melting bosses. Starfire Protocol has one problem: It’s as ugly as sin.
Although there are many ugly Exotics, you can purchase ornaments to change their appearance. Starfire Protocol does not have such an ornament. It is a heavy robe that’s covered in shiny triangles and not compatible with the majority of the game’s shading. Starfire Protocol is fashion damage control mode. You’re trying to be as stupid as possible by putting it on.
There’s also a larger problem with Warlock aesthetics. While Hunters and Titans have arm pieces that reach the shoulders, Warlocks wear robes that cover their entire bodies, with gloves in their arm slots. Warlocks must build around their chest pieces. The entire outfit will look gnarly if the chest piece is gnarly.
Maybe this is Bungie’s plan. They might not give Starfire Protocol an ornament, knowing that its appearance is what will stop it from taking control. It is already one of the most valuable armor Exotics in the game. It would also look great.
It’s amazing, just think about it. Starfire Protocol is dominant for many months, but Bungie refuses to nerf it and give it an ornament. This compromise is to stop total Warlock destruction. Forever, Dawnblades would be launching double-exploding Fusion Grenades. It would be chaos! It’s not clear, however, if the game’s architecture could withstand such a high volume of explosions, considering Destiny 2 this week.
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