Destiny 2 Curse of Osiris Prophecy Weapons

Prophecy Weapon
This is a Prophecy Weapon.

Prophecy Weapons are a new addition to Destiny 2, thanks to the release of the Curse of Osiris DLC. These weapons are acquired by giving offerings (basically materials) to a Lost Prophecy and then using the Forge at The Lighthouse (more in depth look here). When you forge a weapon, you receive what is called a Prophecy Weapon. Below I will highlight Prophecy weapons I acquire while completing Lost Prophecies (current count: 4).

Garden Progeny 1 (Verse 1)

Prophecy Weapon

This is the Garden Progeny 1.

Type: Scout Rifle

Class: Legendary

Weapon Perk (Intrinsic): High-Impact Frame


Two siblings cleaved by time and space, reflections never found alone, The ending of the eldritch race—a path long seen but never known.

Excerpt from “The Definitive History of Osiris,” by Brother Vance In the wake of the Iron Lords’ untimely deaths and the chaos that threatened to topple the fledging City from within, the one known as the Speaker made his bid for power. To create the illusion of democracy, the Speaker established the Consensus, an oligarchical body of representatives from the City’s leading political factions and the three Guardian classes. For the Titans: Saint-14, the right hand of the Speaker. For the Hunters: Tallulah Fairwind, first in a long line of ever-changing representatives. And for the Warlocks, the already-legendary warrior who had studied with Felwinter and Nirwen themselves: Osiris.

Jack Queen King 3 (Verse 3)

Jack Queen King 3

This is the Jack Queen King 3

Type: Hand Cannon

Class: Legendary

Weapon Perk (Intrinsic): Lightweight Frame


An army meets, and stands, and falls. Three nobles wage their hopeless war. In shifting madness, evil crawls. One stands above the battle’s roar.

From the journals of Ikora Rey When I studied with Osiris, he would often tell me: “I see failure in your future.” No matter how hard I worked, no matter how strong I became, always: “I still see failure.” I think now what he saw was Io. When I lost my Light and retreated from a ruined City, when I arrived on Io to find only silence, I too thought I had failed. Even after Ghaul’s defeat and the Traveler’s waking, I told my friends I thought the Traveler had tested me, and that I had failed its test. But now I’m not so sure. Perhaps what Osiris saw for me—what I experienced on Io—was simply that I needed help. That most human of conditions. I needed to be in a fireteam, and to be a fireteam for others in turn. How like Osiris to see that and name it failure. I won’t make that mistake again.

Machine Dei 4 (Verse 4)

Machine Dei 4

This is the Machine Dei 4.

Type: Pulse Rifle

Class: Legendary

Weapon Perk (Intrinsic): High-Impact Frame


A charnel but effulgent orb—beacon in a loathsome dark— Fêted, fetid corpses rise—a too-long-absent gibbous spark.

From the writings of Brother Vance: To be a Guardian! How I longed for it. After a near-death experience in which I lost my eyesight, I even believed that I had become a Guardian, that the great Osiris had granted me my dearest wish. How young and foolish I was! But now that I am thirty, and wise, I know better. I wanted to be a Guardian, but what I needed was to feel like I was enough. Like I was equal to the great task of life. That I was heroic. And THAT, my friends, is the beauty of Osiris’s teachings! That if you work, if you strive, if you suffer for the sake of improvement, you CAN become better! It’s a hard life I’ve chosen, full of sweat and pain and darkness. But I have never been so free!

Sol Pariah 6 (Verse 6)


This is the Sol Pariah 6.

Type: Submachine Gun

Class: Legendary

Weapon Perk (Intrinsic): High-Impact Frame


Amid the endless death one flew—unnatural all-consuming need— And in the space between the two, accursed comprehension freed.

Osiris stood at the far end of the Underwatch, his back to her. “We need to talk,” she said. Sagira turned. He did not. “I’m surprised you came alone. Have you finally learned confidence?” “Yes.” Ikora clenched her fists, then released them. “Not from you.” He crossed his hands behind his back. “I know why you’re here.” “I should hope so.” “This meeting was prophesied. As is my impending banishment.” “Then you had ample warning.” “This is ridiculous!” Sagira snapped. “We’re at war. Osiris does what you all are too scared to do, and you banish him? How’re you gonna win against the Darkness without him?” Osiris held up a hand to silence her. “Ikora knows,” he said. “She pretends otherwise, but she knows.” “Winning by your terms is no victory.” Ikora’s hands were fists again. She unclenched them. “Goodbye, Osiris.”

There will be more Prophecy Weapons to come. Hit me up with the Prophecy Weapons you’ve collected so far in the Pit below.


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