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Deathly Haste

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Deathly Haste

Harbinger icon small.png Harbinger (trait list)
Training cost
10 Hero points
Game link
Deathly Haste

While in Harbinger Shroud, gain an aura that pulses each interval to grant quickness to yourself and nearby allies.

Interval.png Interval: 3 seconds

— In-game description

Trait skill[edit]

Skill Activation.png Tango-recharge-darker.png Description
Deathly Haste.png Deathly Haste (PvE) Grant boons to yourself and nearby allies.
Deathly Haste.png Deathly Haste (WvW, PvP) Grant boons to yourself and nearby allies.


  • Despite the description, also pulses Fury.png Fury to you and nearby allies.

Version history[edit]

For a detailed trait history, see here.

Patch Changes
November 29, 2022
  • Fixed an issue that prevented these traits from triggering while using Voracious Arc.
February 28, 2022 End of Dragons release:
  • Deathly Haste has been added to the game.
  • (Undocumented) Increased quickness duration from 2 to 3 seconds, now also grants fury for 3 seconds fury.
November 30, 2021
  • Deathly Haste was available during the End of Dragons Beta Event 4.
  • Quickness granted by this trait now priorities members of your party then squad before other nearby allied players.
  • Now can grant quickness to non-player allies, such as minions. Players in your party then squad are prioritized as targets before minions, where available.
  • Fixed a bug causing this trait to not link properly into chat.
  • Fixed a bug in which the pulse of this aura effect could sometimes happen twice on entering Shroud.
August 17, 2021