How to get the Vulpecula in Destiny 2 Season of the Lost?

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Season of the Lost has added more stasis weapons in Destiny 2 and the Vulpecula is one of the five legendary Stasis weapons in the game and is a kinetic hand cannon with Precision Frame (vertical recoil pattern), Ensemble (Improved handling and reload speed near allies), and Headstone (Precision final blows spawn stasis crystals) active perks.

Vulpecula Stats

  • Impact 78
  • Range 39-48
  • Stability 58
  • Handling 36-45
  • Reload Speed 57-58
  • Rounds per minute 180

How to get Vulpecula?

Players who complete Mara Sov’s quest Tracing Stars I will receive the hand cannon. The quest is obtainable after finishing the season’s introductory quest, head to The Wayfinders Compass and pick up the quest. Approach Mara Sov inside the portal and she will ask you to collect 5 Atlas Skews found in Dreaming City.

You can check Esoterickk’s guide below to find all Atlas Skews.

Once you obtain all five Atlas Skews, open the director and select H.E.L.M and launch “A Hollow Coronation” quest and deposit the Atlas Skews.

You can stay and listen to some extra-saucy lore and once you’re all done, head back to the Wayfinders Compass where you will receive the Vulpecula.

Vulpecula Lore

Empress Caiatl brooded over a holographic display of the Dreaming City. The map was marked with bombardment targets, landing zones, and forward operating bases, which had been decided by an emergency convention of her military advisors. Now all that remained was for the empress to order the attack. 

Taurun entered quietly, carrying a datapad. She stamped her foot lightly to announce her presence. Caiatl did not look up.

“As a princess,” the empress said, “I heard many stories of the Awoken from my father’s mythkeeper. Stories of spaces beyond time. Of the dragons that bend reality. Stories of a whole city, built by wishes.” 

She sliced the air with her tusks in annoyance. “It would be a waste to destroy it.” 

“But perhaps a strategic necessity.” Taurun bent both knees slightly and held up the datapad, indicating a discovery. “Lord Saladin approached us on behalf of the Vanguard. He confirms what we already suspected. Savathûn, the Witch Queen, is in the Dreaming City.”

 “A captive?” Caiatl looked up. Taurun thought she detected a concealed note of hopefulness in the ruler’s tone.

 “It’s unclear.” Taurun clicked her teeth in equivocation. “Informants on the ground report that she’s confined, but the Psions insist she traveled there of her own free will to escape Xivu Arath.”

 “A voluntary prisoner.” Caiatl glowered. “This smells of Hive trickery.” 

“It does, my empress.” Taurun lowered her brow in deference to her ruler’s mood. “However, Mara Sov is powerful, and no stranger to subterfuge. It’s fair to assume that she has a plan in place.” 

“So does Savathûn.” Caiatl clicked off the holographic display. Darkness rushed into the room. 

Taurun could see the consequences of such a decision weighing heavily on her ruler’s brow. 

Then, suddenly, the weight lifted—the empress had decided. 

“Have Lord Saladin return to Zavala with a message.”

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