Destiny 2 How to Get Trinity Ghoul & It’s Catalyst (2024)

Destiny 2 Trinity Ghoul (Combat Bow)“I couldn’t afford to miss. Not when it was his life on the line.” –Marin Mansanas, Tangled Outrider

The Trinity Ghoul is a shocking Exotic Combat Bow that can call upon lightning to deal damage to unsuspecting enemies.

This Exotic Combat Bow has a draw time of 756 and an inventory size of 60, capable of firing an arrow that splits when released.

Trinity Ghoul can deal extra damage for every shot if it recently gets a precision kill, summoning chain lightning with the next shot.

How To Get Trinity Ghoul?

You may obtain Trinity Ghoul from the following sources:

  • PVE Drops
  • PVP Drops
  • Exotic Engrams
  • Purchase from Xur

Trinity Ghoul Perks

1) High Tension String (Bowstring)

The Trinity Ghoul is a tightly strung bow.

  • Greatly increases accuracy
  • Slightly slower draw time
  • Slightly decreases stability

2) Compact Arrow Shaft (Arrow)

Trinity Ghoul has thinner arrows to increase nocking speed and weapon handling.

  • Increases handling speed
  • Increases reload speed

3) Lightning Rod (Trait)

Precision kills grant the next shot chain-lightning capabilities.

Below we’ve linked to our guides that helps you to get the other Exotic Weapons in Destiny 2

Trinity Ghoul Intrinsic Traits

Split Electron

Fires an arrow that splits when released. Aiming down sights and fully drawing the bow both decrease the spread.

This allows you to fire both split shots as well as focus the spread of the shots to hit enemies with multiple arrows.

Together with the Lightning Rod perk, you can cause the arrows fired to release a chain of lightning when fired after previously scoring a precision kill.

How To Get Trinity Ghoul Catalyst?

Forked Lightning

The Trinity Ghoul Catalyst unlocks the Forked Lightning perk, which causes Lightning Rod to trigger from any Arc damage final blow.

This makes it easier to cause chain lightning to occur, allowing you to use it often provided you deal Arc damage final blows.


The Trinity Ghoul rewards its user with additional damage after every kill, triggering the Lightning Rod trait, releasing chain lightning to damage enemies.

With the Forked Lightning perk, Lightning Rod can be triggered often with any type of Arc final damage blows, allowing you to take advantage of the chain lightning attacks.

Combining precision blows and Arc damage using Trinity Ghoul will make short work of enemies that are unlucky enough to get hit.

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