How To Get Aisha’s Embrace Scout – PvP & PvE God Roll

Last Updated on March 12, 2022

Aisha’s Embrace God Roll – Witch Queen update brought a lot of new legendaries and exotics to the game. These are not some mediocre weapons that we have seen in the older updates. This time around everything is turning out to be really great. The funnel-web smg, the osteo striga exotic to name a few.

The Aisha’s Embrace Scout Rifle is another new weapon that I have discovered that works great in both PvE and PvP. This is a legendary 260RPM Rapid-Fire Frame Scout that might be one of the best in the game. On top of that, it is Void, and we know the state of the void in this meta.

The Scout has two Basic Origin traits to choose from:

  • Alacrity: Gain increased reload, stability, aim assist, and range when you are the last living member of your fireteam or running solo.
  • One Quiet Moment: Grants increased reload speed when out of combat.

By looking at the perks’ description, your choice should be obvious (Alacrity). While the Alacrity perk won’t be that great for you in regular crucible matches. It will help you excel in Rumble and Competitive. I still don’t know the exact numbers for the increased reload, stability, aim assist, and range. But, the improvement is considerable and will help you out-aim almost everyone in 1v1s.

Aisha’s Embrace Base Stats

  • Impact: 45
  • Range: 41
  • Stability: 51
  • Handling: 33
  • Reload Speed: 41
  • Reload Time: 2.38s
  • Aim Assistance: 71

Aisha’s Embrace has an aim assist of 71, and with the Alacrity trait, this will get boosted even more in solo fights.

Here’s a list of perks that can roll for this weapon (

Aisha’s Embrace PvP God Roll

This roll focuses heavily on stability and consistency. The range on this weapon is good enough already because it’s a scout.

  • Chambered Compensator: Stability & Recoil Control
  • Ricochet Rounds: Increase Stability & Range
  • Perpetual Motion: Bonus Stability, Handling & Reload Speed while you’re moving. This is one of the best perks that you can have on a PvP weapon.
  • Eye of the Storm: The weapon becomes more accurate and boosts handling as your health gets lower. This will help you in winning 1v1s.
  • Basic Origin Trait: Alacrity
  • Masterwork: Stability or Range
  • Mod: Targeting Adjuster

Please keep in mind that god rolls are subjective and can change according to what build you are using. You can switch a few things here and there according to your liking if you don’t get the exact perks mentioned above. For example: Arrowhead Brake instead of Chambered Compensator and Light Mag instead of Ricochet Rounds.

Aisha’s Embrace PvP God Roll

In PvE we can sacrifice a few things to get faster reloads and more ammo. The roll you should be looking out for is:

  • Arrowhead Brake or Corkscrew Rifling
  • Ricochet Rounds or Light Mag
  • Triple Tap: This weapon doesn’t come with Outlaw or any reload boosting perks so I will settle for this.
  • Multikill-clip: A must for PvE, there’s no other damage boosting perks available. You can also go for Fourth Time’s The Charm, but that doesn’t boost damage.
  • Basic Origin Trait: Alacrity
  • Masterwork: Stability or Range
  • Mod: Major or Minor Spec

Please keep in mind that god rolls are subjective and can change according to what build you are using. Since this is a Void weapon, it will work great with all of the new Void 3.0 Builds; notably, the Warlock devour build.

How To Get Aisha’s Embrace Scout Rifle

Now that we know what the best rolls are, here’s how you can get Aisha’s Embrace. This Scout drops from the Trials of Osiris. That means you will have to play Trials matches to earn engrams which can be unlocked by heading to Saint-14.

Earlier it was difficult to earn loot from Trials because rewards were given after 3, 5, and 7 wins. But that has changed now, for each match played you earn reputation which in turn awards you Trials Engrams, which can be opened for loot. The engram can also be focused Saint-14, in exchange for specific Trials loot.

To increase your chances of getting this Scout, you just have to play a lot of Trials and earn reputation.

That is all we had on the new Trials of Osiris scout rifle. Did you get any drops yet? Comment below and let us know.

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Written by Vikas

Hey, I am Vikas. I've had a longstanding passion for computing and gaming for over a decade now. With a computer science degree under my belt sparking my initial interest in the industry from a young age, you'll often find me immersed for hours in the latest PC titles, especially enjoying multiplayer online games, while also enjoying sharing my insights and reviews. My work has been featured on IGN, Kotaku, MSN and Forbes to name a few. In my spare time, I read books and play with my cats.

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