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Year 3
Type Scout Rifle
Slot Primary Weapon
Level 40
Rarity Legendary
Damage Type Kinetic
Attack 365
Impact 61
Rate of Fire 27
Range 82
Stability 32
Reload 52
Magazine 12
Zoom 20
Recoil 66
Equip Speed 25
Aim Assist 39
Acquired by Dropped in Wrath of the Machine
Description ~consume enhance replicate consume enhance replicate~ will drown your enemies—
CHAOS DOGMA~ is a level 40 Legendary Scout Rifle. It can be Dropped in Wrath of the Machine raid.


Column 1

  • Whirlwind's Curse - This weapon does bonus damage against Fallen. Bonus Agility when this weapon is equipped.
  • Infuse - Consume a more powerful Weapon to boost the Attack value of this Weapon.

Column 2

Column 3

  • Triple Tap - Rapidly landing precision hits will return one round to the magazine.

Column 4

Column 5

  • Triple Double - When Triple Tap perk is triggered, an extra bullet is transferred from your reserves to the magazine.

Tips and Tricks


  • Time-to-Kill: 0.80s (2 crit 1 body), 1.20s (4 body shots)
  • 75 damage per crit shot, 50 per body shot

Pros and Cons

  • Pros - Very fast Time-to-Kill. Very high range.
  • Neutral - None.
  • Cons - Very low stability and mag size. Low reload speed and aim assist.

Recommended Perks


Although on paper this gun doesn't look great, in reality it's a beast. A member of the high-impact scout rifle archetype, think of this weapon as a Cocytus on steroids (which is exactly what it is, if by steroids you mean SIVA). Boasting a host of impact increasing barrel perks, you're going to be doing maximum damage per shot, and Triple Tap and Triple Double are going to help to make sure you're shooting for as long as possible. I think Smallbore is a fine choice in the middle tree in PvP, because boosts to stability and range will outweigh the drawback of losing a couple rounds, especially when you'll get those back the first time you activate the signature perks, while for PvE I'd go with Extended Mag. Triple Double pulls a second round from your reserves every time Triple Tap procs, so if you play your cards right, you can go a very long time without reloading. These perks have fantastic synergy with the purpose of the weapon as a DPS machine for boss fights, and that utility more than makes up for its overall lack of outstanding stats. One of the best things about this weapon is the ability to kill in 2 headshots and 1 body shot, or 4 body shots, in PvP, thanks to the barrel perks that increase impact just enough. That makes it significantly more forgiving than guns in the archetype normally are, and allows this weapon to be considered top tier, in my book.



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