Destiny 2 Paradrome Cube Artifact Best Mods Guide

The Paradrome Cube is the new seasonal artifact that you’ll tinker with in Destiny 2: Season of the Splicer. The one word that could describe it is “explosive.” That’s because of the all the mods and perks that you can unlock, many of which pertain to grenades, grenade launchers, rocket launchers, and Warmind Cells. Let’s just say enemies will go “kaboom” in quick succession. Anyway, here’s our Destiny 2: Season of the Splicer guide to help you with the Paradrome Cube artifact and its mods.

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Destiny 2: Season of the Splicer – Paradrome Cube artifact mods guide

You’ll obtain the Paradrome Cube as soon as you finish the introductory portion of Destiny 2: Season of the Splicer. After you’ve met Mithrax and the Splicer Servitor, you’ll be entrusted with the Paradrome Cube and you can check out the mods that you can unlock. Many of these are already self-explanatory, whereas others are unique or offer a niche role.

Column 1

Paradrome Cube Mod Armor Energy Cost Armor Slot
Overload Submachine Gun 1 Arms
Anti-Barrier Scout Rifle 1 Arms
Unstoppable Sidearm 1 Arms
Overload Hand Cannon 1 Arms
Anti-Barrier Auto Rifle 1 Arms

Note: You probably don’t need Anti-Barrier mods anymore if you’re using The Lament.

Column 2

Paradrome Cube Mod Armor Energy Cost Armor Slot
Grenade Launcher Scavenger 1 Legs
Rocket Launcher Scavenger 1 Legs
Unflinching Pulse Rifle Aim 1 Chest
Scout Rifle Loader 1 Arms
Blast Radius
– Become Charged with Light by rapidly defeating multiple combatants with grenade launchers or rocket launchers.
1 Any

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Column 3

Paradrome Cube Mod Armor Energy Cost Armor Slot
Unflinching Auto Rifle Aim 1 Chest
Argent Ordnance
– While Charged with Light, readying or firing a rocket launcher grants it increased damage and reload speed; damaging an enemy with your rocket launcher consumes one Charged with Light stack.
1 Any
Grenade Launcher Dexterity 1 Arms
Rocket Launcher Loader 1 Arms
Ashes to Assets 1 Helmet

Column 4

Paradrome Cube Mod Armor Energy Cost Armor Slot
Unstoppable Grenade Launcher 7 Arms
Hammer of the Warmind
– Detonations from Warmind Cells disrupt Overload and Unstoppable champions.
1 Any
Sundering Blast
– Stunning a champion creates an explosive blast.
2 Class Item
Surge Detonators
– Arc grenades disrupt Overload champions.
2 Class Item
Unstoppable Schwarzschild Condensor
– Void melee abilities stun unshielded enemies; strong vs. Unstoppable champions.
2 Class Item

Column 5

Paradrome Cube Mod Armor Energy Cost Armor Slot
Breach and Clear
– Damaging a boss/champion or breaking a combatant’s shield with your grenade launcher reloads stowed weapons and causes the enemy to take increased damage for a short duration.
9 Class Item
Glacial Inheritance
– Defeating targets with your Stasis super refunds super energy.
6 Class Item
Warmind’s Decree
– Void splash damage has a chance to create Warmind Cells.
3 Any
Impulse Recycler
– Grenade final blows grant grenade energy; multiple copies of this mod increase the amount of energy gained.
3 Arms
Energy Accelerant
– Dragonfly, Firefly, and Chain Reaction explosions deal more damage.
2 Class Item

As you can see, a majority of these mods all emphasize sheer destruction. You’ll be lobbing grenades or blasting foes with rockets. A few also help with Warmind Cell generation for even more explosions in your surroundings. Let’s just say that Destiny 2: Season of the Splicer might as well be called the “Season of Witherhoard” or “Season of Anarchy” to due all the Paradrome Cube’s mods.

Anyway, for the final column, “Energy Accelerant” is definitely intriguing, especially if you like using weapons with those kinds of rolls. “Impulse Recycler” also looks great if you’re stacking the discipline stat. Likewise, there’s Breach and Clear” which is very costly in terms of armor energy, but it does debuff and weaken targets.

Lastly, “Glacial Inheritance” looks downright nasty in PvP. Can you imagine Titan Behemoths with roaming supers, blitzing through enemies only to regenerate their super energy faster? They’re going to be a pain to deal with in the Crucible.

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