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LOST SIGNAL

Legendary / Kinetic / Grenade Launcher

"I think I've had a little too much peace and quiet." —Failsafe

Source: Episode: Echoes Activities

Archetype

Area Denial Frame

Area Denial Frame

Burst fire Grenade Launcher. Each projectile creates a lingering pool on impact that deals damage over time.

Stats

Blast Radius
100
Velocity
72
Stability
21
Handling
66
Reload Speed
65
Reload Time  
Aim Assistance
69
Inventory Size
63
Zoom
13
Airborne Effectiveness
3
Recoil
79
Rounds Per Minute 72
Magazine 1
Selected Perks
Popularity: Overall Select 4 perks to see their popularity.  
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Popularity: Trait Combo  
Popularity: MW Bonus  
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Blue PVE
Red PVP
Gold PVE & PVP
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Popular Trait Combos

Quickdraw
+ Unrelenting
19.06% of Rolls
Auto-Loading Holster
+ Demolitionist
6.16% of Rolls
Auto-Loading Holster
+ Reverberation
6.0% of Rolls
Feeding Frenzy
+ Reverberation
4.07% of Rolls
Auto-Loading Holster
+ Vorpal Weapon
3.68% of Rolls
Lead from Gold
+ Vorpal Weapon
3.53% of Rolls
Auto-Loading Holster
+ Wellspring
3.48% of Rolls
Lead from Gold
+ Reverberation
3.39% of Rolls

Popular Individual Perks

Based on 120.9K+ copies of this weapon, these are the most frequently equipped perks.
Crafted versions of this weapon below Level 10 are excluded.
This weapon can be crafted with enhanced perks. Enhanced and normal perks are combined in the stats below.
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  • 17.0%
     
  • 14.6%
     
  • 14.3%
     
  • 9.7%
     
  • 9.2%
     
  • 6.3%
     
  • 76.9%
     
  • 23.0%
     
  • 24.9%
     
  • 22.9%
     
  • 12.9%
     
  • 11.9%
     
  • 9.7%
     
  • 8.8%
     
  • 8.3%
     
  • 0.1%
     
  • 0.0%
     
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  • 0.0%
     
  • 0.0%
     
  • 25.3%
     
  • 17.8%
     
  • 14.7%
     
  • 13.8%
     
  • 10.3%
     
  • 9.8%
     
  • 7.7%
     
  • 0.0%
     
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  • 100.0%
     

Masterwork Popularity

Based on 156.1K+ copies of this weapon, these are the most frequently equipped masterworks:
Of those 156.1K+ copies, < 1.0K (0.3%) were fully masterworked.
Blast Radius
37.8% of Rolls
Handling
21.1% of Rolls
Velocity
20.5% of Rolls
Reload Speed
20.4% of Rolls

Mod Popularity

Based on 80.7K+ copies of this weapon with a mod equipped, these are the 8 most frequently used:
Quick Access Sling
46.1% of Rolls
Freehand Grip
22.4% of Rolls
Counterbalance Stock
11.2% of Rolls
Targeting Adjuster
8.0% of Rolls
Icarus Grip
7.2% of Rolls
Sprint Grip
2.1% of Rolls
Radar Tuner
1.6% of Rolls
Radar Booster
1.0% of Rolls

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Red PVP
Gold PVE & PVP
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Lore

Lost Signal

"I think I've had a little too much peace and quiet." —Failsafe

The fireteam had made headway into a deeper part of Nessus, following a cave system that had opened up after seismic disturbances hit that sector of the planet. Failsafe followed their progress, keeping track of their location via a local feed. She saw what they saw and heard what they heard.

They were a stoic bunch, Failsafe thought to herself. Didn't talk much. She kinda liked that. But only kinda. She always felt as if she had to fill the silence. Was she annoying? Did she talk too much? Failsafe reviewed every fireteam feed she had ever recorded, running a thousand queries simultaneously, each one as useless as the last.

Look at yourself, she said, pushing aside a barrage of query results that put strain on her processor. An AI with anxiety. Only the Golden Age could have produced something as ridiculous as that.

"A large Vex force is amassing ahead," she said helpfully. The fireteam signaled an acknowledgement but said nothing. Another set of notifications and queries began processing, and she turned her attention to them, reviewing and dismissing each one individually.

The fireteam should have engaged the Vex by now, she thought. But there was no audio. It had suddenly dropped to silence.

Concerned, she tried to pull up a visual on the fireteam leader's location, but was met with a patchy network connection and the pitch-black interior of some long-forgotten cave.

Losing connection to a feed felt like dropping a bowl of soup. That's the way she described it to Ikora, who had looked at her curiously before changing the subject. Failsafe had seen many bowls of soup dropped when her crew was alive. The cautious, careful adjustment as the soup gets too close to the lip of the bowl. A hissed expletive as a splash of hot soup hits skin. The involuntary jerk as the bowl tips over and crashes to the floor. Then no more soup. Just a spill that needed to be cleaned up. A smear of incomplete data in need of deletion.

The soup was too close to the lip of the bowl. She adjusted her sensors, widened her parameters. Balanced the data stream. There was nothing. Just nothing.

"Fireteam leader," she called out. "Please reestablish uplink to the H.E.L.M.!"

The visual feed stuttered. Waves of static dissolved into an empty, grey wall of noise. Panic.

"Fireteam leader," Failsafe chirped. "Please respond!"

There was no answer. She let the silence linger for too long. The connection was failing completely. She felt it hiss and spit. A power surge. Then it was over. Just a smear of data and a blank feed.

"Hello?" The AI called into the empty feed, her voice small. No answer. Quietly, she retreated from the silence and the dark and back to the bright lights and familiar hum of the H.E.L.M.

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