In Destiny 2, PVP can be a challenging and rewarding experience, especially for those who enjoy the Hunter class. If you’re looking for a new build to try out in the Crucible, we’ve got you covered. In this blog post, we’ll be discussing a PVP Void build in the Hunter class. This build utilizes the exotic bow Le Monarque, legendary auto rifle Perpetualis, and exotic arm armor Oathkeepers. We’ll utilize the Echo of Instability, Starvation, Persistence, and Undermining Void fragments, while prioritizing resilience mods to enhance survivability.
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Void Hunter Build in Destiny 2
Let’s begin with the weapons that form the core of this PvP-focused Void build. The exotic bow Le Monarque offers precision and poison damage, making it a potent tool for applying status effects and dealing damage over time. Its unique perk, “Poison Arrows,” releases poison clouds upon landing precision hits, damaging nearby enemies. This ability allows you to control areas and create chaos among opponents.
To complement Le Monarque, we’ll equip the legendary Strand auto rifle Perpetualis. This versatile weapon excels in close to mid-range engagements, offering reliable damage output and stability.
To further enhance Le Monarque’s effectiveness, we’ll utilize the exotic arm armor Oathkeepers. This gear extends the duration of fully drawn bow shots and grants perfect draw, allowing you to hold an arrow indefinitely. This improves your precision and control, while also granting more damage with your poison arrows.
To bolster your survivability in PvP encounters, prioritize resilience mods. These mods increase your overall durability, allowing you to withstand more damage during engagements. Higher resilience grants you the advantage in one-on-one encounters, as it enables you to survive enemy fire and emerge victorious.
Now let’s explore the Void subclass and its associated fragments for our PvP build. The Echo of Instability fragment, when equipped, grants Volatile Rounds to your Void weapons after grenade kills. Starvation is another essential Void fragment for PvP, as it grants you Devour by picking up void breaches or orbs of power. Devour will grant bonus damage to enemies affected by any of your abilities. This synergy complements Le Monarque’s poison effects, allowing you to finish off weakened opponents with a devastating melee attack.
Persistence grants a longer duration of any void buff, giving starvation a bigger boost for Devour. This fragment is a must have in order to get the most out of the echo of starvation perks.
Finally, the Undermining fragment empowers your grenades by granting bonus damage and ‘weakens’ your opponent. This synergy allows you to combine melee attacks and grenade throws, maximizing your damage potential and providing flexibility in your offensive options.
In summary, this Void subclass build for Hunters in Destiny 2 provides a powerful and versatile playstyle for PvP. By utilizing the exotic bow Le Monarque, legendary Strand auto rifle Perpetualis, and exotic arm armor Oathkeepers, alongside Void fragments like Echo of Instability, Starvation, Persistence, and Undermining, you can control the battlefield, deal consistent damage, and outlast opponents. With resilience mods enhancing your survivability, this build will give you a competitive edge in Destiny 2’s Crucible. Master it, and become a formidable force on the PvP battlefield.
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