Shinobu's Vow are new gauntlets added in Curse of Osiris. 44 Stand Asides leg armor for 23 Legendary Shards. If you find yourself drowning in Legendary Shards and missing a few key Exotics, this is a pretty great way to spend your Shards. Destiny 1 saw Xur accept Strange Coins as his currency of choice, although he'll be trading for Legendary Shards this time around. While Destiny 2 may have taken most of the legwork out of the hunt for Xur by actually showing players where he is on their mini-map (much to the anguished wailing of many a writer looking for an easy story), there are still those who are willing to get up at the crack of dusk and boot up their console to find him for you.
Xur is in the Winding Cove. You can only get one per account, once a week. Bungie clarified their effectiveness, and they don't seem particularly worth the steep Legendary Shard cost at the moment.
Players can also buy Fated Engrams, which contain a new not-yet-obtained Exotic, for 97 Legendary Shards.
The Colony Grenade Launcher is easily the best grenade launcher in the game.it has insectoid robot grenades that run after enemies and explode in close proximity to them. These gauntlets improve the Skip Grenade for the Arcstrider subclass, and it also gives a second grenade charge.
Shinobu's Vow makes a return from Destiny 1. Make sure you pay him a visit to complete your exotic collection.
Mk. 44 Stand Asides grant an overshield to Titans that are sprinting at full health while they have a shoulder charge type of melee equipped. Striking an enemy with those abilities quickly recharges your melee energy.
The Stag grants rift energy to Warlocks when they are critically wounded, and on death, creates a healing rift at their corpse. So while they may be new for the sequel, series veterans will remember them well. Buying one may be expensive, but it guarantees you an exotic that you don't have. The Three of Coins consumable will increase the chance for exotic engram drops from all sources for four hours.
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