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No Time To Explain is an Exotic Pulse Rifle. No Time To Explain returns to Destiny 2 Beyond Light, previously available in Destiny 1. No time To Explain is aquired from beating the Beyond Light Campaign and then talking to The exo stranger. I believe you also have had to pre order Destiny 2 Beyond Light. In order to get No Time To Explain Catalyst, you have to have purchased the Deluxe pre order. To activate the No Time To Explain Catalyst, you have to first do a few simple quests, then get a WHOLE bunch of kills. The kill will take you the longest. No Time To Explain has the unique perks Rewind Again - Precision shots and shots against combatants slowed or frozen by Stasis will return to the magazine - and Time Slip - At 10 stacks of Rewind Again, a small portal will open, shooting bullets from an alternate timeline version of this weapon. Precision hits extend the portal's duration. When Time Slip activates, you will notice the buff called Time Chasm. This is the timer for your portal buddy. Interestingly No Time To Explain will stack with Getaway Artists, allowing the best afk stats in Destiny. Overall, No Time To Explain is a solid weapon and only gets better with the Catalyst. The No Time To Explain Catalyst increases the rate of fire of the portal buddy. So the No Time to Explain Catalyst is a direct increase to your damage when Time Chasm is up. Here's the Lore for No Time To Explain Lore No Time to Explain A single word etched onto the inside of the weapon's casing: Now. Novarro's timeline analysis indicates the weapon is the fabled Exo Stranger's Rifle, enhanced at a future point in this continuity and then sent back to this present… …on Europa. Late Golden Age. Deep inside a secret lab. "Which window?" "3025, Dr. Bray." "I thought we'd run out of possibilities there?" "We had… and then a new one popped up." "Austen-1, how is that possible?" "We don't know. We still don't understand how any of this works. It's highly volatile and uncontro—" "Have we pinpointed the weapon's exact location?" "…More or less. Elsie-1 is supposed to attempt retrieval tonight." "We can't risk the window closing before then. I'll be going this time." "But last time, those things in the sky almost killed you." "And now I know how they work. That's half the battle." The old man gears up and enters a strange metallic pod made from Vex parts. Austen-1 stands at a distance from the pod, typing "April 10, 3025" into a console. "All right, Dr. Bray. You're a go in 3… 2… 1…" A burst of light. An icy wasteland. What stood pristine moments prior is now dark, old, and falling apart, as if centuries have passed. Clovis wades through the wreckage and comes to a frozen, deserted battlefield littered with human, Exo, Vex, and alien bodies. He reaches down and brushes snow from one of the alien bodies, lifting one of its many arms. "Fascinating…" A piercing whir emanates from somewhere in the distance—Clovis looks up and sees a black and red ship floating in the air. It stops above the battlefield and emits a bright red light, scanning the area as if searching for something. Clovis slowly pulls a device from his pocket. He presses a green button, and the screen lights up, showing a blinking dot a few yards away. Very close to where the ship itself now searches. He grabs a dead Exo and opens a panel on its arm, tinkering before closing it with care. He quickly sneaks away, and in seconds, the Exo explodes, drawing the attention of the ship. He sprints across the battlefield towards where it was searching only moments ago. Using his device again, Clovis scans the ground until the blinking light goes solid. He digs into the snow until he hits something. He pulls it up halfway—a rifle, shining like new, etched only with one word: Now. #destiny #destiny2 #beyondlight ------------ ------------------ OPSEAT - OP Gaming Chair - 10% OFF Perfect for Back Pain and those 24/7 play sessions.....MOM! Bathroom! Bathroom! - Someone for the Love of God understand the reference....

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