D2 Broadsword Quest


Redrix’s Broadsword is a Legendary Pulse Rifle that was released in Season 4 of Destiny 2. It’s the companion gun to the uber rare Redrix’s Claymore, which less than 1% of players have ever received.

While the Claymore is no longer obtainable, you can still obtain the Broadsword. Here are the exact steps you need to complete to unlock Redrix’s Broadsword.

Redrix’s Broadsword Quest Steps

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Head over to Shaxx to initiate the quest, it’ll look like a ticket. Once you start it, you’ll have to complete the following quests in order.

1. Defeat 200 opponents with Pulse Rifle final blows in the Crucible.

These need to be kills, not just damage. You can use any Pulse Rifle, so you might as well equip the strongest one you have for PvP. Suggestions are the Graviton Lance, Three Graves, Go Figure, The Marine, Inaugural Address, and Blast Furnace.

2. Reach “Heroic” Valor Rank.

Try playing Rumble to rank up easier, as a Top 3 position will then count as a win, and Rumble games have a time limit of 8 minutes. Get on a win streak and you’ll earn bonus points to help you rank up faster.

3. Earn 75 Double Plays (Double Kills) in the Crucible.

Don’t worry too much about dealing the final blows. Even if you land shots on opponents and your teammates kill them, you’ll still receive double kill medals.

4. Defeat 150 opponents with precision final blows from any Pulse Rifle in the Crucible.

Use Pulse Rifles that are easiest for you to land headshots with. You probably already aim for the head anyway, so now is the time to put that practice to work.

5. Defeat 50 opponents with Arc final blows + 50 opponents with Solar final blows + 50 opponents with Void final blows in the Crucible.

You can set your loadout to match these elements and get kills with any weapon, whether it be through guns, grenades, or supers.

6. Complete 25 Crucible matches in Quickplay + 25 Crucible matches in Competitive + 25 Crucible matches in Rumble.

You don’t actually have to win these matches, just complete them.

7. Complete 20 Crucible Bounties.

Shaxx offers 5 bounties a day, so before you reach this step start saving completed bounties so you don’t have to wait several days to complete this step.

8. Reset your Valor rank 5 times in one season.

All your grinding so far will contribute to this quest. Each reset requires at least 2,000 Valor Points, so you’ll need to accumulate a total of 10,000 Valor Points. Try to hit 5x win streaks as much as possible to speed things up.

9. Return to Lord Shaxx and receive Redrix’s Broadsword.

Congrats, you’ve now completed all of the steps to obtain Redrix’s Broadsword!

Redrix’s Broadsword Stats

Redrix’s Broadsword has strong baseline stats. But what really makes the gun so effective is its perks. Outlaw combined with Desperado ramps up the gun’s DPS significantly. How good the gun is depends a lot on how consistently you can proc this.

In terms of good rolls for the Broadsword, you want to try for Arrowhead Break, Chambered Compensator, Extended Barrel, and Ricochet Rounds.

Is Redrix’s Broadsword Still Worth the Grind?

After reading this, you might be wondering if Redrix’s Broadsword is really worth it to obtain. Completing Redrix’s Broadsword quest isn’t necessarily difficult, but it is certainly time consuming and involves numerous steps.

D2 Broadsword Quest

Depending on your PvP ability, it can take you anywhere from a couple weeks to months to finish if you play for a few hours every day.

While the Broadsword was one of the strongest weapons in the game on release, in the current meta it’s fallen off compared to newer pulse rifles like Blast Furnace, Go Figure, and Bygones.

D2 broadsword quest classic

In terms of PvP, the Broadsword simply isn’t as highly rated as other Pinnacle Weapons now.

However, the Broadsword still remains as one of the best PvE weapons in Destiny 2. It has very high DPS which is great for clearing additional enemies, and it can shred through Invader enemies as well. Proccing Desperado is also a lot easier on mobs.

If you’re looking at it from a pure PvP perspective, you can probably skip the quest. However, if you’re someone who likes to complete collections and does a fair amount of PvE, completing the quest should be worth your time.

Keep in mind that the meta will inevitably change over time. Redrix’s Broadsword may very well be an all-around S-Tier weapon again, especially if it receives some buffs.

So if you’re not in a rush, you can simply start the quest and just passively complete it over time.

Protip: If you do start Redrix’s Broadsword quest, start Luna’s Howl quest at the same time, as many of the steps overlap. You can complete both around the same time and kill two birds with one stone.

Quests are a series of missions of which most are integral to proceeding in the single-player game. Most can be skipped, only a few are truly necessary to complete to advance in the game. Still, many quests may offer good rewards for completing them, so many players opt to complete them at later points in the game if they did not the first time through.

  • 3List of Quests

Non-optional Quests

Each act has at least one quest that must be completed in order to progress, and that is the boss kill quest that requires the player to kill a Great Evil. For each of the five acts, these are:

  • Sisters to the Slaughter: Kill Andariel
  • The Seven Tombs: Kill Duriel
  • The Guardian: Kill Mephisto
  • Terror's End: Kill Diablo
  • Eve of Destruction: Kill Baal

Some acts have other quests that are necessary to complete. In these cases, these quest must be finished in order to reach the area the act boss is in. They can be seen as prereqs for the last quests of each act

  • The Horadric Staff and The Arcane Sanctuary are both needed in order to reach Tal Rasha's Tomb where Duriel is.
  • The Blackened Temple must be completed before the player can enter the Durance of Hate in that difficulty.
  • Rite of Passage must be finished before the player can enter Worldstone Keep in that difficulty.
  • Act I and Act IV have no other mandatory quests.

The quests listed above are required by the game code to be completed. However if they player plays singleplayer, some become almost mandatory since they cannot be skipped by advanced players opening Town Portals ahead of the game (and they are a lot more appealing to do as you are faced with them anyway).

Some quests are also hard to miss completing. For example, The Summoner is technically not mandatory, but he appears right next to the book that needs to be read to complete the actual mandatory quest, The Arcane Sanctuary. So while a player can technically run past The Summoner and just read the book, most will kill him while they are there.

Useful Quests

There are several optional quests that players will probably wish to finish even though they are not mandatory. These quests offer tangible rewards.

  • Den of Evil, Radament's Lair and The Fallen Angel all three give the player extra skill points when completed. These are of great help to all characters and should always be finished no matter what build or difficulty, for a total of 12 extra skill
  • In Act III, The Golden Bird, and Lam Esen's Tome quest are useful as they add 20 health points and 5 stat points respectively, each difficulty.
  • In Act IV, The Hell's Forge quest will give you several high quality gems and a decent chance at a mid to high rune.
  • In Act V, The Siege on Harrogath will allow you to add a socket to any non-socketed item, and The Prison of Ice quest will grant you a passive +10 to all resistances bonus (+30 in total once completed at all difficulties).

List of Quests

Act I Quests

The Sightless Eye
Den of EvilSisters' Burial GroundsThe Search for CainThe Forgotten TowerTools of the TradeSisters to the Slaughter

Act II Quests

The Secret of the Vizjerei
Radament's LairThe Horadric StaffThe Tainted SunThe Arcane SanctuaryThe SummonerThe Seven Tombs

Act III Quests

The Infernal Gate
The Golden BirdBlade of the Old ReligionKhalim's WillLam Esen's TomeThe Blackened TempleThe Guardian

Act IV Quests

The Harrowing
The Fallen AngelThe HellforgeTerror's End

Act V Quests

Lord of Destruction
Siege on HarrogathRescue on Mount ArreatPrison of IceBetrayal of HarrogathRite of PassageEve of Destruction

D2 Broadsword Quest Steps

Diablo II Quests
Act IDen of Evil • Sisters' Burial Grounds • The Search for Cain • The Forgotten Tower • Tools of the Trade • Sisters to the Slaughter
Act IIRadament's Lair • The Horadric Staff • The Tainted Sun • The Arcane Sanctuary • The Summoner • The Seven Tombs
Act IIIThe Golden Bird • Blade of the Old Religion • Khalim's Will • Lam Esen's Tome • The Blackened Temple • The Guardian
Act IVThe Fallen Angel • Hell's Forge • Terror's End
Act VSiege on Harrogath • Rescue on Mount Arreat • Prison of Ice • Betrayal of Harrogath • Rite of Passage • Eve of Destruction

Redrix Broadsword Quest Steps

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