The hunt for the most exotic Exotics never ends. And Xur certainly has some…uh…interesting Exotics! Every week, House Ryokuro will keep you up-to-date with not only where that zany manifestation of your nightmares is, but all the useless junk he’s absolutely convinced is Guardian gear. This week, he’s somehow managed to appear in World of
The hunt for the most exotic Exotics never ends. And Xur certainly has some…uh…interesting Exotics! Every week, House Ryokuro will keep you up-to-date with not only where that zany manifestation of your nightmares is, but all the useless junk he’s absolutely convinced is Guardian gear. This week, he’s somehow managed to appear in World of Warcraft, and is lurking near Moonbrook, Westfall. You will have to have an active WoW account to reach Xur. When we told him there was a guy in Dalaran who looks just like him, he spit out a string of curses that quite literally made our ears bleed.
Xur will angrily hurl the following Exotic items at you this week:
- Ashbringer, artifact weapon, 29 Curious Coins
- Murloc Skin Gauntlets of the Wolf, Hunter arms, 23 Curious Coins
- A Blue or Gold Dress, Titan mark, 23 Curious Coins
- 40lb. Bag of Skittles, Warlock chest, 23 Curious Coins
Each of the items comes at a maximum power level of 305 — a base power of 300, plus a Legendary (purple) mod that raises the value by five. This scales to your character’s power level, so make sure you’re buying Xur exotics on your highest level character.
Ashbringer was once the most Legendary weapon in all of Azeroth. Now every damn Paladin in the land has one. But now you, a Guardian from a completely different plane of existence, can bring this ultimate weapon of The Light home. The Bubble Hearth LOL perk will make everyone hate you and demand that you be nerfed in the next patch.
The Murloc Skin Gauntlets of the Wolf give a huge boost to Hunter mobility but decreases all your weapons’ Handling and Reload Speed, because your hands are always sopping wet. The Dramatic Death perk causes your death animation to last for a full minute-and-a-half. Cayde-6 really digs this one.
A Blue or Gold Dress is something you can tie around your Titan’s waist. It can either be blue or gold depending on who’s looking at it. This improves the Titan shield in PvP as other Guardians will stop shooting you while they try and figure it out. The Can We Please Move On perk causes Postmaster Kadi 55-30 in The Tower to slap you across the face every time you pick up mail.
40lb. Bag of Skittles is the first non-human-remains armor piece that the Warlocks have gotten in awhile. While wearing it, you carry around the huge bag of Skittles and are unable to attack or use abilities. Fortunately, the Taste the Rainbow perk prevents both PvE and PVP enemies from attacking you, because everyone loves Skittles. This seems like a pretty decent way for Warlocks to apologize for wearing all those body parts.
Don’t forget to check in next week to find out What’s Xur’s Deal!