Season of the Seraph is a returning favorite for Destiny 2 gamers. Rose, the Exotics Lumina and Thorn’s counterpart, reappeared as part of the Crucible during season 19—though players discovered the new Legendary hand cannon wasn’t falling until later in the season.
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Rose returned to the Crucible treasure pool in Season of the Seraph as part of a major update of Destiny 2’s “PvP-verse,” as Bungie put it in a blog post. The hand cannon is simply one component of the upgrading of the PvP environment that began that season.
Rose is supposed to drop from the intro quest to competitive (with the perks it originally had, according to Bungie) and then drop again as a weekly reward for participating in the competitive division challenge in the Glory playlist. With Season of the Seraph, though, players are finding Rose isn’t exactly dropping.
In Season of the Seraph, Rose isn’t dropping when players complete their placement matches in the Crucible playlist, Bungie confirmed through its support account. Since this glitch is on the Bungie side and not player-sided, there isn’t much to do other than waiting for the developer to fix the bug. If you’re keen on trying to get Rose, it might be worth waiting for a solution. Bungie didn’t mention the weekly character challenge, though, so that might still work as a source for Rose.
If you’re looking to get this hand cannon, keep a close eye on the Bungie Help Twitter account and the Destiny 2 support forums. Bungie uses these channels to update players on known issues and when they’re fixed, and the forums also serve as a way to gauge other possible glitches.