ACD/0 Feedback Fence

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"The Active Contact Defense system uses warsat hull materials to store a retaliatory charge."
— Armor Description [1]
ACD/0 Feedback Fence
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Specifications

Name:

ACD/0 Feedback Fence

Type:

Gauntlets

Rarity:

Exotic

Class:

Titan

Minimum Level:

20

Defense Rating:

333/366

Light:

30/36

Availability

Vendor:

Nightfall
Prison of Elders
Xûr, Agent of the Nine
The Taken King

 

ACD/0 Feedback Fence is a set of Exotic Titan gauntlets added in Destiny: The House of Wolves. [2]

Upgrades Year 1[edit]

Perks[edit]

  • Rain Blows
  • Brawler's Charge
  • Wrath Conductors

Upgrades Year 2[edit]

Perks[edit]

Column 1[edit]

  • Wrath Conductors
  • Infuse
  • Twist Fate

Column 2[edit]

  • Random: Increase Discipline or Increase Intellect or Increase Discipline
  • Random: Increase Strength or Increase Strength or Increase Strength

Column 3[edit]

  • Rain Blows
  • Random: Momentum Transfer or Impact Induction

Column 4[edit]

  • Random: Auto Rifle Loader or Pulse Rifle Loader or Scout Rifle Loader or Hand Cannon Loader
  • Random: Fusion Rifle Loader or Sidearm Loader or Shotgun Loader or Sniper Rifle Loader or Machine Gun Loader or Rocket Launcher Loader

Destiny 2 Mods[edit]

ARMOR MODS[edit]

  • Default Shader
  • Common Restore Defaults
  • Restores your gear to its default colors.
  • Acceleration Mod
  • Legendary Arms Armor Mod

ARMOR PERKS[edit]

  • Fury Conductors
  • Exotic Intrinsic
  • FURY CONDUCTORS
  • Plasteel Reinforcement Mod
  • Increased Resilience.
  • Restorative Mod
  • Rare Trait
  • Increased Health Recovery.

Lore[edit]

In order to explain this, I need to explain Kessler Syndrome. As an Exo, I feel a duty to the machine to convey its original purpose. But first: ACD stands for Active Contact Defense. It is not an AC-DC Feedback Fence, and it is not named for any any work of pre-classical music. I am not winking. That is a malfunction.

Kessler Syndrome occurs when a planet's orbitals fill up with fast-moving debris, which strikes other debris and shatters it in a chain reaction. Soon you can't put up a satellite without it being shredded by a swarm of junk. To protect against debris, Golden Age warsats are shielded by a kinetic superconductor that transforms a punch into a charge.

Thanks to enemy action, we have a lot of downed warsats. With some tweaking, we can peel out the superconductor and produce a personal defense system. Like so.

Gallery[edit]

List of appearances[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Bungie.net Destiny Inventory
  2. ^ Bungie (2014/5/19), Destiny: House of Wolves Playstation 4, Activision Blizzard