Tears of Contrition

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Tears of Contrition
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Production overview

Rarity class:


Weapon type:

Scout Rifle

Is craftable:


Patterns needed:



Ammunition type:

Primary ammo



Service history

In service:





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— Weapon description

Tears of Contrition is a Legendary Scout Rifle introduced in Season of the Haunted. It does Kinetic damage.


Barrel Magazine Blade Guard Perk 1 Perk 2 Grip Origin

Polygonal Rifling Steady Rounds Perpetual Motion Opening Shot Extrovert
Extended Barrel Alloy Magazine Auto-Loading Holster Mulligan
Chambered Compensator Appended Mag Well-Rounded Vorpal Weapon
Smallbore Flared Magwell No Distractions Explosive Payload
Corkscrew Rifling Extended Mag Triple Tap Fourth Time's the Charm
Full Bore Tactical Mag Compulsive Reloader Focused Fury
Hammer-Forged Rifling Accurized Rounds
Arrowhead Brake
Fluted Barrel


Mara Sov can feel her twin's heartbeat in the chest of the man now known as Crow. She dreams, sometimes, of gathering him in an embrace like she did when they were children. Of one ear pressed to his sternum, listening…

"I'm sorry," she imagines she would say. "For everything. I was wrong."

But Mara has been afforded no such opportunity, and on nights like tonight—when she stares across the infinite void of space, alone—she reminds herself that her brother's absence is what he desires. It's also what she deserves.

"My queen," a familiar voice murmurs from behind her. Mara turns to find Petra's figure cutting a harsh silhouette in her doorway.

"Where is he?" Mara asks.

"The Leviathan." Shadows obscure Petra's face, making it impossible to read, and for a moment, Mara understands how others must often feel in her own presence. "Eris tells me he sees himself there. He sees Uldren."

"I know," says Mara. Because of course she knows. She feels Crow's suffering as intensely as she feels the beating of his heart.

"You want to go to him," Petra states plainly. "You shouldn't." Something steely has entered her voice; Mara recognizes it as a warning.

"I know that too." Mara turns back to the twinkling ocean of stars but focuses on the vast nothingness beyond it. "Good night, Petra."

"Good night, my queen." Petra's retreating footsteps fade away, and Mara is alone again.

No, she thinks, not alone. She and her brother are together, even when they are apart. That is enough.

It must be.



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