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Destiny has been one of the most popular first person shooter in the industry. With it’s free-to-play nature, it sure attracts a lot of gamers into the game. One thing players always talk about are the catalysts. Catalysts are modifiers that help upgrade exotic weapons to unimaginable levels.

Plot: Destiny 2

The plot sets in one year after the events of Destiny: Rise of Iron. The Cabal’s Red Legion faction, a military-industrial empire of giant amphibians led by Dominus Ghaul, attack The Last City.

Ghaul succeeds in depriving the Guardians of their abilities and forces them to abandon the Tower. He believes the Traveler was wrong in giving humanity Light. As a result, The Guardians are weak and scattered. They must learn new skills to defeat Ghaul and the Red Legion, travel to new worlds in the Destiny universe, and reclaim the Last City.

Trinity Ghoul Catalyst: Power stats

The most important feature of the catalyst is it’s perk called the ‘Forked Lightning’. It provides only one benefit to the bow but quite a deadly one. If you kill an enemy by causing an type of arc damage, this perk will get activated. This enables you to kill an enemy by arc damage and then, blasting the rest of the hoard with chain lightning using Trinity Ghoul.

Down below are the weapon stats after using the Trinity Ghoul catalyst:

  • Impact – 80
  • Accuracy – 86
  • Stability – 55
  • Handling – 58
  • Reload Speed – 55
  • Draw Time – 720
  • Lightning Rod – Each precision kill will give your next shot chain-lightning perks.
  • Split Electron – Fires an arrow that splits, forming two different arrows. Aiming down the sighs and charging the bow at full may reduce the spread of the split arrows.

How to find the Trinity Ghoul Catalyst?

You can acquire the catalyst by completing these three activities – Strikes, Gambit rounds and crucible matches. It’s vital to remember that the Trinity Ghoul Catalyst will only materialize if the player is victorious. The Catalyst will not drop if you kill multiple Guardians in the Crucible. Ultimately, what matters is that you win the Crucible.

Neither activity has a better chance of awarding the Trinity Ghoul Catalyst than the other. As a result, players are free to engage in whatever activity they like when grinding. Neither speed nor difficulty do not affect drop rates. it’s all about completing the task successfully. Also, The prize is randomly dropped via finishing the activity or through an Exotic Engram obtained in the Vanguard Strikes.

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