Gyrfalcon Hauberk Void Hunter Build With Veles X Destiny 2 Season 19



The Gyrfalcon Hauberk is a fantastic Exotic in Destiny 2. Recently introduced last season, this Hunter Exotic allows you to deal impressive amounts of damage when coming out of stealth. It has been reworked in Season 19 and is now primarily used for PvE content. Although it still has its place in PvP if it gets added to.

When guardians first received the Wells X Legendary Pulse Rifle from ceremonial activities, it was considered very weak. At first, we didn’t really think much of it. Until this Gyrfalcon’s Hauberk comes along and we can use these traits as they were intended.

In this guide, we’ll show you how to make your own debuffing void hunter that survives overshields and grenade spam.

Season of Gyrfalcon Hauberk Void Hunter Build Ceraph

Hunter Subclass – Night Stalker


  • Gambler’s Dodge
  • Triple jump
  • Trap bomb
  • Magnetic grenade


  • Extinction steps
  • Stylish executioner


  • Echoes of obscurity
  • Echoes of instability
  • Echoes of starvation
  • An echo of persistence

Super ability – Shadow Shot Deadfall

For this construction, Stylish executioner It plays an important role in construction. His primary skill allows you to become invisible after taking down a debuffed target. If you make a melee attack while stealthed, the secondary weakens the target. Trapper Ambush can also work but this build makes heavy use of the Plus Rifle, and while it’s an aggressive burst frame, Veles X is really hard to use against champions that aren’t barrier champions at close range. are

Our choice is the grenade. Magnetic grenade. Usually, the grenade of your choice is fine. But we’ve found the Golden Tricorn to reliably activate when we’ve used a grenade that preserves kills. Magnad filled the order well.

Echoes of instability is the only necessary piece for this build. It works well with your grenades and Veles X. Others can be changed to suit your personal preference. (I really like the finisher for utility purposes and I really like Devor and prefer it for most of my void builds.) Echoes of Persistence is great and extends the timer for all buffs. Is. If changing others, feel free to change it.

Armor mods

Helmet – Void

  • Grenade Launcher Ammo Finder
  • Harmonic Siphon
  • A good cutter

Gauntlets – Void

  • Anti-Barrier Plus Rifle
  • Unstoppable grenade launcher
  • Good of utility

Chest Armor – Gyrfalcon’s Hauberk – Void

For Season 19

  • Energy Diffusion Substrate
  • Void resistance
  • A font of power

For general purpose

  • Void resistance
  • Resistance to melee damage
  • A font of power

Leg Armor – Void

  • Forgiveness
  • Insulation
  • Elemental Ordinance

Class Item – Solar

For Season 19

  • A monochromatic teacher
  • Lord Calvin’s Basilisk
  • Abundant wells

For general purpose

  • Bomber
  • Explosive finisher
  • Abundant wells

Starting with combat style methods – we have. Wrapping Wheel Maker, Utility well, Font of Might, Elemental OrdinanceAnd Bountiful Wales. All of these mods add to your endless use of void wells. All of your attacks and movement techs are bound to spawn a well after knocking down an enemy.

With all your grenades used up on both the basic and power slots, Grenade Launcher Ammo Finder It’s good to be. You can swap out Absolution for the Grenade Launcher Scavenger for that sustained firepower.

For Destiny 2 Season 19, we’ll be running. A monochromatic teacher And Explosive finisher On our class item for general content. When playing solo endgame content, you’ll want to equip Solo Operative and Weekend Clear, even if it comes at the cost of a lot of wells.


For this build, we’re running Witherhoard. Regardless of the fact that it was nerfed at the start of Destiny 2 Season 19, it’s still a very good weapon for lasting damage over time. If wanting to replace Lord Kelvin’s Basilisk with another mod for solo content, you can replace this Witherhoard if the situation calls for it. At least you’ll have a heavy grenade launcher in the power slot.

The workhorse of this build, Wells X is what you’ll use to kill debuffed enemies. And that’s because of the Repulsor Brace. This trait gives you an overshield after defeating a void debuff target. This trait is awfully low but it’s only good with a Void build. Golden Tricorn deals a damage that can actually make it decent against high HP targets. Best of all, it’s a level 16 reward for formal events. So, you will be sure to get this gun.

As for other options, you can swap it out for hollow denial with the Repulsor Brace or any other weapon that has this trait. Wavesplitter can also work if you focus more on Orbs of Power.

The choice of your power weapon is entirely up to you. We like to have a crowd pleaser with Gambit because it’s a void heavy grenade launcher and a destroyer in that role. After enough enemies are caught in a single blast, you can get your grenade back almost instantly. Your Shadow Shot works well with Deadfall.

Gameplay loop

At the start of any encounter, you’ll want to sneak into combat. Start shooting enemies with Veles X to get out of stealth. Gyrfalcon Hauberk will kick in at this point and you’ll be up and down for a while. Unstable enemies explode after taking extra damage. And if they die to your Veles X, you’ll get an overshield that lasts a while.

This build works best if hit with your grenades to activate the Golden Tricorn and create the starting well. If ever your grenade is on cooldown, this is a good time to bring in a Heavy Grenade Launcher with Demolitionist. This can help you get your grenades back per kill faster. Also, if you have an explosive finisher, you can get your grenade right back and you’ll be stealthy again with Echo of Obscurity.

In general, you want to sneak in and out as often as possible for Gyrfalcon Hauberk and unstable rounds.

If there is ever a situation where you are forced to be visible for long periods of time, you should try to hit a grenade and it triggers the Echo of Instability, making your Void Weapons disappear. Unstable rounds are found.

Most of the time, you’ll be looking for debuffed enemies to shoot with your Veles X to keep your shields up. And as long as your shields are up, feel free to spam grenades for obvious advertising purposes. This build also deals impressive damage to powerful enemies.

What complicates this build is that you have to keep track of multiple buffs and debuffs and you need to keep an eye on them for maximum damage. The window of maximum damage potential is only open for 5-6 seconds under the best conditions. So, you just want to focus on going stealth and timing your grenades. This is good enough 99% of the time.

And this is our second Hunter Blood for Season 19. We are always working on other builds for both entertainment and endgame. Check back with us here when the next drop happens.

Check out our builds for this season:

Check out this video from the YouTuber Aztecros where he builds a powerful endgame for Gyrfalcon’s Hauberk on a Void Hunter.



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