Destiny 2 Drang God Roll for PvP and PvE


Drang is one of the reprized weapons we came with destiny 2 Season of the Haunted. It’s one of the most popular weapons coming out of the season, so I’m going to take a look at two Drang god roles to see why people are using them.

The PvE and PvP urge god roles I have listed here are based on both my own opinion and that of the general public destiny 2 community. These are widely considered to be the “best” goddess buns, although they’re far from the only viable ones. If you have a different opinion on what setup makes the gun great, that’s perfectly fine.

However, these roles are used by most people, so they’re what I’m looking at.

Destiny 2 urge god rolls

Drang PvE God Roll

Destiny 2 Drang PvE God Scroll.
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  • Hammerforged Rifle
  • Issued Magwell
  • disruption break
  • light bulb

Let me preface these god rolls by saying that I think urges are massively overrated. With the ecxeption of light bulb, it has nothing outstanding that justifies its current place at the top of the META. The Calus Mini Tool has Grave robbers, which has great synergy with Incandescent, while Drang’s third column has no value or synergy whatsoever. Anyway, let’s talk about it.

Hammerforged Rifle and Issued Magwell are fairly common perk options for your barrel and ammo. Hammer Forged gives us a fair bit of range – something that’s very important for CQC weapons like sidearms, hand cannons, and SMGs. It also has no disadvantages such full bore does, although you could substitute this if you wanted to.

Issued Magwell is a little less flexible. We don’t have reload benefits in the way here. The only way to get fresh bullets into our magazine is to reload regularly without experiencing reload speed improvements. So having a decent reload speed will be important, and Issued magwell provides that.

I’m really not happy with using it disruption break as our third perk choice. Drang is a Solar AD-free weapon. Given that disruption break makes the target more vulnerable to kinetic damage, we need to switch weapons to take advantage of it. That’s the last thing you want to do. disruption break is an S tier perk for a kinetic weapon, but not great for a solar weapon. Still, it’s by far the best PvE option in this category.

Of course, the only reason people use Drang is because it’s one of the few weapons that you can roll (or craft) with light bulb. Not only is light bulb the best perk in the game right now, but it could also be the best perk ever. The ability to spread Scorch across a group of ADs and then ignite them, die and spread even more Scorch is incredibly powerful. A few bullets are often enough to knock out a whole wave.

While useless in PvP, it is a must-pick perk in all PvE. While I would argue that the mini tool light bulb God Scroll is Better, this Drang God Scroll is a runner up for anyone lacking the ability to craft this weapon.

Drang PvP God Roll

Destiny 2 Drang PvP God Scroll.
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  • Hammerforged Rifle
  • Issued magwell
  • moving target
  • Rampage

This Drang godroll for PvP is a bit more standardized and cohesive than the PvE variant. Still, I don’t think you should be using it any time soon. Sidearms don’t really matter in the Crucible unless we’re talking about Peacebond, so I don’t see a place for Drang in the META here.

Still, this is the best role you’ll get for Crucible, so it’s still worth checking out.

I decide to keep Hammerforged Rifle and Issued magwell In that role, I put her in the Drang PvE God role for the same reasons. They are great perks that complement the weapon’s base stats nicely.

It gets a little more interesting (though not really) with perks three and four. I use moving target and Rampage. These are two commonly used perks in PvP god roles, although they don’t have much synergy with each other.

moving target increases our natural target acquisition and increases our strafing speed. This is solid stuff that’s useful for any weapon regardless of its type or use case.

The same applies to Rampage, which is a prime advantage in both PvE and PvP because of the extra damage it deals. If you get this perk online consistently, this roll will outperform most enemy Guardians.

However, this is where the story of the Drang PvP God Scroll ends. It’s not a cohesive weapon and lacks synergy. Every single part may be good, but it doesn’t add up to a top-class whole. At least not in my opinion.

Nevertheless, everyone and their mother are currently using this weapon, so try it yourself. You will be surprised.

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