You can ask any of my Clanmates and friends, Hand Cannons have always been my jam in Destiny. Back in the original Destiny, Hawkmoon never left my side, and in Destiny 2 it has been Malfeasance. From its look to its perks, Malfeasance is a great Hand Cannon to have. Here is how to obtain this magnificent gun. However, be prepared to play a lot of Gambit.
Defeat the Fallen Servitor Primeval in Gambit.
I would like to say this is the only real grind to this quest, but that would be a flagrant lie. This step can be frustrating if you get queued with a poor Fireteam. Firstly, you will have to bank enough motes to summon the Prime Evil. Secondly, you will have to be lucky enough for that Prime Evil to be a Taken Servitor, much like the one defeated at the end of the Forsaken campaign. And finally, you will have to be good enough to defeat this Prime Evil and win the round.
This is more difficult than it sounds. This Prime Evil functions like the others, killing the Envoys will buff damage. There is a twist, however. Periodically, the boss will shield itself, and you and your team will have to shoot the blights that spawn the shield before you can continue to damage. Along with that, the enemy team will also have this rare boss spawn in. So, to stop you, they will most likely invade every chance they get. However, it’s not all bad news. During the high corruption week in The Dreaming City, this boss will have a higher spawn rate.
Kill 25 Taken Bosses or Mini-Bosses.
This can be done anywhere in the system, as long as the Taken enemy is a yellow bar.
Complete “Darkness in the Light” mission.
This mission will show up on The Dreaming City destination map. It is a variant of “The Corrupted” strike.
Business as Usual.
- Win 10 Gambit matches
- Bank 500 motes
- Dropping Motes will subtract from your percentage complete.
- Kill 25 invaders
- Get 1 “All for One”
- Get 3 “All for One” metals from a fellow Guardian.
*All for One metal are when a Guardian invades the enemy team and gets four kills during one innovation.
Talk to Drifter
Congratulations on your Malfeasance!
This gun is a pain to get, but ir’a completely worth it. The last step can be a bit tricky, especially if you aren’t good at invading. However, with enough matches, you are bound to get a good Invader on your team. We will continue to add to our “How to” exotic guides. If you have any exotic quest you would like to see next, let us know below. For all things Destiny, keep your eyes up to PSU, Guardian.