Season of the Chosen has brought three new exotic armor pieces to the game, one for each class.
The three new exotics are all chest pieces.
How to Get Mantle of Battle Harmony
Mantle of Battle Harmony is the new exotic chest for Warlocks.
It has the trait Absorption Cells: Takedowns with weapons that have a damage type matching your subclass element grant you Super energy. While your Super energy is full, you instead gain a temporary bonus to weapon damage of the type matching your subclass element.
In order to get this exotic chest, you will need to complete either a Legend or Master Lost Sector that offers up a Chest piece as a reward.
It has to be a Lost Sector that has Exotic Chest Armor listed as a possible reward. These Lost Sector’s rotate daily; there will be one Legend and one Master and they will be on either Europa, Cosmodrome, or the Moon.
The Legend Lost Sector has a Recommended Power Level of 1300. The Master Lost Sector has a Recommended Power Level of 1330.
The exotic drop, which you have to be solo for, is a rare drop on Legend and a common drop on Master.
Since you have to complete it solo, make sure you are familiar with the basic Lost Sector and enemy type in it, and then examine the many modifiers that Legend and especially Master throw on it.
You will have Champions, so make sure you have mods from your Artifact to best handle them.
When you break the shield or overload or stagger them, swords are still really good to take down Champions efficiently.
As you are not guaranteed to get the new exotic, be prepared to run it multiple times. That’s why I wouldn’t recommend attempting it until you are close to the Recommended Power. You don’t want to spend an hour slogging through it and then not get the drop.
If you do get one to drop but don’t like the roll, you can complete it as many times in a day as you want to try and farm.
Remember that the lost sector has to list Exotic Chest Armor as the reward.
Best of luck on your RNG.
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