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The Question
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Production overview

Rarity class:

Exotic

Weapon type:

Shotgun

Min-max stability:

50 (40 when split)

Min-max handling:

64

Min-max magazine:

10 (30 when split)

Specifications

Feed system:

Revolving magazine

Ammunition type:

Shell

Fire mode:

Semi-auto/ Automatic

Rate of fire:

65 (Full-Auto when split)

Damage:

Solar

Effective range:

100 (70 when split)

Service history

In service:

Yes

Affiliation:

The Tower Arcana

 
"Why should humanity continue to perpetuate such a painful, meaningless existence?"
Nietzsche Reincarnated

The Question is a solar shotgun introduced in the Convergence. It is acquired from the Belief from Nothing exotic quest associated with the Doom of Nietzsche raid.

Perks[edit]

Intrinsic Perk: Deadly Reply - Split the shotgun into two separate guns for boosted fire rate and increased magazine size or combine them for increased range and damage

Column 1: Barrel - Corkscrew Rifling - Balanced Barrel.

  • Slightly increases range and stability
  • Slightly increases handling speed

Column 2: Magazine - Alloy Magazine - Faster reload when magazine is empty.

Column 3: Trait - One Man Army - Kills with either fire mode spawns exalted shotguns that fire along side the wielder, stacks up until the user reloads.

Column 4: Stock - Short-Action Stock - This weapon is especially easy to grip.

  • Greatly increases handling speed.

Catalyst[edit]

Bright Lights: Throw two coins in the air and, if shot at the perfect time, will create a railgun-like projectile that will increase in damage the shorter the distance between the projectile and the target.

+40 Magazine

+20 Impact

Gameplay[edit]

The Question is unique in that it has 2 fire modes. When split apart, fire rate and magazine size is increased while when combined, range and damage are increased. Not only can the gun be separated in two, it can also create multiple exalted shotguns to increase the user's damage ten fold.

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