Top Destiny 2 PvE Weapons vs. Vex Mythoclast


When Witch Queen came out, Destiny 2 got some of its best and most varied weapons from an expansion or season to date.With around 50 legendaries to farm and the god roll grind, determining what can be a viable Vex Mythoclast alternative in PvE can be difficult.So, today we’re going to be looking at the top must-have legendary weapons in the Witch Queen DLC for PVE that are not specifically the Vex Destiny. Yes, you’ve probably heard a lot of community members out there praising the new OP combination of the Vex Destiny and the new Warlock legendary piece of gear for PvP, but this gun is also extremely strong in PvE. And you don’t want to end up with only one weapon to use. You’re going to need some options or you’re just going to go insane using the same gun in every activity. So, we’ll go over some of these fine alternatives, one per each category, comparing them to Vex Mythoclast D2 and going over the best perks you should be looking out for. The weapons and perks recommendations that make today’s list are also valued mostly on their viability in late game content. So, we’re not going to be comparing any sidearms to Vex Destiny 2. So, if you’re a fan of Destiny 2 PvE as well as its in-game content and are looking for an article that will help you create new loadouts that will give you a lot of fun moments, then you’re in the right place.

Sweet Sorrow


Even though comparing two different weapon classes isn’t really fair, given how powerful the Vex Mythoclast Destiny 2 is, consider this a comparison of two powerful weapons.

That being said, we did get some hits this DLC with regards to the auto rifle class. Consider the Sweet Sorrow, Duty Bound, and Krait as ARs.Starting off with the Sweet Sorrow, this Arc AR comes from the new Season of the Risen content, aka battlegrounds and Umbral Focusing, while also being craftable and is genuinely an enjoyable gun.

If you’re tired of the slow RPMs of Fusion Rifles, you should definitely switch to something with a higher rate of fire. Rapid fire frames will be an excellent choice of mods. Besides the perks set that come with Sweet Sorrow, 100% plays into the archetype’s strengths. By simply hitting three targets, you’re granted a stat boost of:

  • Range
  • Stability
  • Handling
  • Reload Speed

And it’s not just a measly increase either. You can genuinely feel the difference once this perk is procked. If you know how good Destiny 2 Vex Mythoclast feels, you’re going to love this gun too. Combine that with a 35% damage increase that’s activating at the same time with One For All, and you’ve got yourself an absolute monster in your hands.



With 600 RMP, this is the easiest choice for your kinetic slot. A better variety of perks in the perk pool. This is good because, just like the Vex Mythoclast drop rate, this one’s drop rate is also completely RNG. But with the right number of mods, you can boost the damage of this thing by up to 60%. It’s no wonder a lot of players immediately fall in love as soon as they get this weapon into their hands. And if you have this weapon laying around in the vault with a good roll, you should really try it out because you’re sleeping on the best AR in the game for your kinetic slot.

Let’s also mention the Duty Bound, which drops from the Nightfall playlist and, despite looking super cool and having an adept variant, Krait still outclasses it. But hey, if you don’t like Krait for whatever reason, give this one a shot! Unlike the Vow of the Disciple raid, which you have to complete to get the Vex, all you have to do to get this one is get lucky with your team and do your best in a less hardcore game mode.

Pulse Rifles


Hopefully you like semi-auto weapons, because D2 fans got absolutely spoiled in this class. For this category, you should look at:

  • The Incidious
  • Peace of Mind
  • Ogma PR6

This pulse rifle comes from the Master Vow of the Disciple Raid, much like the gun we’re comparing today’s list to, but it can also be crafted. It’s a weapon that belongs to an ultra-rare 4-burst archetype, and it might very well be the best in-slot energy pulse rifle. A lot of these weapons are actually the BiS in their respective categories, and this rifle definitely fits the criteria for that. 

If you take a look at the perk set, you have absolute bangers through and through. For instance, The Dragonfly, for instance, hasn’t been around since the Black Armory addition. And if you get the Dragonfly and One for All in the same roll, you’ll have the only weapon that can have this kind of roll. Think about it too-you get a 35% damage increase on top of explosions, and your explosions can even help you proc your damage bonus. There’s lots to choose from here on this rifle, but this particular perk combo is the most desired among the players for sure.

By far, the most versatile legendary weapon this game has to offer is the Ogma PR6 from the world loot pool. That’s right, if you don’t know how to get Vex Mythoclast, you must complete the raid. This gun, on the other hand, can be dropped by any enemy in open-world environments! This is not just the best solar pulse rifle in the game right now, but also accommodates literally every playstyle in the game you can think of. Variety is the true strength of this Ogma rifle. In the right hands, it can get its owner every piece of loot from any game mode you can think of. Do you want the Vow of the Disciple raid armor? Bring Ogma!

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