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Destiny 2: Gofannon Forge

Yesterday brought brand new content for Destiny 2’s Black Armory DLC — the Gofannon Forge on Nessus which awards the Tatara Gaze sniper rifle. It’s a fairly lengthy and questline as well and we’ve got you covered. Reactions to the previous activity, Volundr Forge, have been quite critical of Bungie’s decision to have a higher Power Level requirement. However, owing to community feedback, they actually made it a lot easier. You should definitely check out our guide on how to beat Volundr Forge because that’s actually tied to Gofannon Forge and the secrets you can uncover. Fallen Friends And Frenemies The first step to getting a whiff of Gofannon Forge is from a random drop from Fallen mobs. You might end up with a quest item asking you to find Tainted Fallen Ether. All you’ll need to do for this step is to keep killing Fallen until you obtain all the materials. Once done, you’ll be tasked to visit The Spider in the Tangled Shore. Our resident Fallen merchant will ask you to kill 75 Fallen mobs with melee attacks as well as complete the Heroic Version of the Cryo-Pod Event in Tangled Shore. Next up, you’ll have to complete a mission (Spider’s Competition) in the EDZ – Winding Cove. This acts like a walking tour of sorts for the location’s Lost Sectors. You’ll encounter several Fallen elites shielded by drones. Much like the Fallen Saboteurs and Volundr Forge boss, you’ll have to destroy those drones before you can damage them. You’ll also need to

Season of the Drifter Pinnacle W...

Three new pinnacle weapons are coming to Destiny 2: Season of the Drifter. On the site for the new season, Bungie teased details about three new Season of the Drifter Pinnacle weapons tied to strikes, the Crucible, and Gambit. Pinnacle weapons are guns with unique perks built for certain activities. Like the previous season’s pinnacle weapons, acquiring these guns will require lengthy quest lines and mastery of the given activity. The quests will be available to all players. Oxygen SR3 The Vanguard pinnacle weapon is the Oxygen SR3, and it looks to be a Omolon scout rifle. It comes with the perk Dragonfly, which causes precision kills to create an explosion. However, a unique perk on the gun makes Dragonfly deal more damage based on the number of headshots a player lands before the explosion. Bungie hasn’t detailed the quest yet, but the previous Vanguard quest asked players to get kills with a specific weapon type and complete strikes. Expect the Oxygen SR3 quest to be similar. The Recluse The Crucible pinnacle weapon is The Recluse, and looks to be a Veist submachine gun. This gun has a unique version of the Rampage perk, which usually increases weapon damage after a kill. With The Recluse, kills with any weapon increase The Recluse’s damage for a brief time. Crucible pinnacle weapons are usually the hardest to get, and involve reaching the rank of Fabled in the competitive playlist. It’s unclear if that’ll be the objective for this season, but it’s a safe bet. 21%

Lord Shaxx – Winning Throu...

“I am no “follower” of anything. Thanatology is just an excuse for insomnia and that Ahamkaras are for cheaters. I find the Acataleptic belief that Darkness is incomprehensible to be pessimistic nihilism. Its opposite—the Osirian position that Darkness must be understood—to be misanthropic narcissism. But I will also take good ideas where I can get them. And Osiris’s belief that Guardian minds and bodies can be sharpened as one sharpens a sword is a good idea. You’ve seen the results in the Crucible. Do I really have to say any more?”— Lord Shaxx Lord Shaxx is the manager of the Crucible and a vendor for Crucible-related items. Find him in the Tower. Near the Vanguard. However, in Destiny 2 he is located in the Courtyard, behind the vaults. The Crucible Quartermaster, Article 99-40 assists him in his duties. He does not serve as a vendor in Destiny 2. Lord Shaxx serves as the announcer in the Crucible as well. However Lord Saladin Forge hosts Iron Banner. Defender of the Last City A Growing City “I forget you used to be a Warlord.”“What do you mean ‘used to?’”“I thought you’d thrown in with Saladin and Felwinter.”“I did. But I never stopped being me.”— The Drifter and Lord Shaxx Shaxx was a Warlord during the Dark Age. He eventually submitted to the Iron Lords but still maintained the attitude of a Warlord. During the first years of the City Age, he traveled to the famous camp that would become The Last City.

Destiny 2 activities do not disa...

Latest Destiny 2 Activities Destiny 2 activities can offer loads of fun or they can be very frustrating without a skilled player to team up with. Tired of losing over and over again? Let Destiny Carries & LFG help you. Let our trusted expert players carry you to the next level. Never worry about wasting your time or resources. No need to worry about entrusting your Guardians to our expert players. Destiny Carries LFG assures you that we will return your character to you just as it was where when we started. We won’t alter your character by adding or removing any of their features without your permission. Discover MoreDestiny 2 The Almighty Ship Plummeting to Earth! The actual event, all things considered, was very nicely done, and something that was well did not imagined Destiny 2 was capable of. Players witnessed Rasputin launch missiles at the Almighty in the sky as NPCs moved from their fixed stations to observe, getting someone like Shaxx to move for the first time in six years was quite amazing to see. The missiles starting hitting the Almighty, lightly at first, and as time went by you could see the intensity increasing until the entire Almighty Ship detonated, sending what looks like to be one of its wings heading toward us on earth. It crashed at a distance over the horizon. Shock-waves did a little damage to the Tower, in real time. The biggest problem is that it took one and a half hour

Destiny 2 Prophecy Dungeon Guide

Destiny 2 Prophecy Dungeon Guide Have you ever wanted Destiny 2 to get weird? While playing with friends, have you ever told them that what Destiny needs is a little bit of trippiness?  If so, you and the over 100,000 people that play Destiny 2 every month are in luck. In the Season of Arrivals, things are starting stranger than ever before with the Prophecy Dungeon. In this new game mode, you and two other guardians will face several challenges in an attempt to get pinnacle rewards and find out more about the newly arrived pyramids. It’s the most unique of the Destiny 2 dungeons we’ve seen to date.  Are you ready to take a trip to the Realm of the IX? Check out our Destiny 2 Prophecy Dungeon guide today so that you can go into the newest Destiny 2 expansion, Beyond Light, with the best gear!  What is the Prophecy Dungeon?  When you first enter the dungeon, there’s a good chance that you’ll need a few minutes to get your bearings. The Tower map itself isn’t exactly clear; it only says that you’ll find out the nature of the Darkness.  The easiest way to describe the dungeon is that it’s a collection of bosses and encounters. Each of these requires a different strategy to succeed. These encounters aren’t what we’ve typically seen from Bungie in that the solutions aren’t always easy to figure out. You and your teammates will have to put some serious thought into each fight and puzzle to progress through the

How to Complete Garden of Salvat...

How to Complete Garden of Salvation Raid and Obtain the Divinity According to Raid Report, only 11% of all Destiny 2 players have ever completed a single raid. It’s time for you to join the exclusive club. The most recent addition to the raids of Destiny 2 is Garden of Salvation, a Vex-themed raid that was included with the Shadowkeep Expansion. Raids are 6-player cooperative missions that require high skill level and communication; these activities offer rewards that can be found nowhere else in the game. Destiny 2’s Garden of Salvation raid is quite the challenge to complete, but with this detailed guide, you’ll have a great chance to succeed and obtain the Divinity. Read on for our guide on how to complete the Destiny 2 Garden of Salvation raid and obtain the Divinity. Divinity The Divinity is an exotic trace rifle that can be earned by completing a quest and finishing the raid. This is quite a long quest, but it is worth it to get this extremely rare weapon that can decimate your opponents with a highly powerful laser. You can do the majority of this quest before completing the Garden of Salvation raid. To start the Divinity Key quest, you need to make your way to the Lunar Battlegrounds while in patrol on the Moon. In order to reach the Battlegrounds, you must go through the Alter of Sorrow and then go across a bridge opposite the Scarlet Keep entrance. Once there, you must make your way through a

How Is Destiny 2 Trials of Osiri...

How Is Destiny 2 Trials of Osiris Going to Evolve? The return of the special PvP event Trials of Osiris in Destiny 2’s Season of Worthy has seen massive interest from players, with over 380,000 Guardians participating in the first weekend of the event. However, player interest is dwindling with The Season of Worthy and Bungie has promised to keep Trials of Osiris going after this season’s end. In this article we will go over what Trials is, what some of the issues with it are, and how Destiny 2 Trials of Osiris will evolve after the Season of Worthy. Read on for our in-depth look at how Destiny 2 Trials of Osiris will evolve after Season of Worthy. What is Destiny 2 Trials of Osiris? Destiny 2 Trials of Osiris is a high-level Player vs. Player event that only runs on weekends. It was introduced in Destiny 1 and became legendary for the incredibly competitive matches and the exclusive rewards for winning 7 matches in a row that you couldn’t earn any other way. Trials serves as a top-tier 3v3 counterpart to the Iron Banner monthly event with its own map rotations and rewards. Trials of Osiris has only one mode which is a 3v3 elimination mode where your goal is to eliminate all members of the enemy fireteam. Each round ends once one of the teams is completely wiped out and each match is the best out of 5 rounds. You can earn different levels of rewards depending on how many

The Most Highly Coveted Destiny ...

Destiny 2 Hand Cannons You don’t exactly splash a hand cannon on the primary artwork of an expansion without hinting to players that they’re kinda a big deal. The aesthetic, the feel, and the power all contribute to making these signature weapons a long-standing go-to for players looking to empower a character and be ready to face challenges. The problem, if an embarrassment of riches can be called such, is the large number of Destiny 2 hand cannons to choose from. Finding the best one is a combination of luck, purpose, and knowledge. We can bypass the first one and give you the last, it’s up to you to pick your own purpose in the game. Some of these you can pick up pretty quickly through quests, some from events and raids. You don’t necessarily need to go the exotic route, but it does feel pretty good to wield that kind of power.  Read on to learn more about the feel, use, where to get, and what perk rolls to look for on each of these top-tier hand cannons. The Gritty Details of Destiny 2 Hand Cannons To be clear, don’t just jump to the bottom oft he list and set your sights on one weapon and only one weapon. The best weapon isn’t the one with the god rolls and the fancy, rare cosmetics. The best hand cannon, the same as any weapon, is the one that fits your build and works for you. A gun you suck with is never

Destiny 2 Roadmap: A Guide to Se...

Destiny 2: Season of the Worthy launched on March 10, just in time for everyone to go into quarantine. But for avid players, the shutdowns have meant more playtime. And while we’ve already seen some amazing content coming out of Season 10, there’s far more left.  So far on the Destiny 2 roadmap, we’ve seen the launch of the Seraph Tower event and the return of the Trials of Osiris. But more events and releases are expected as the spring goes on, including a Grandmaster Ordeal and the Guardian Games. Read on to learn what to expect in Season 10 of Destiny 2 and when to watch for the new updates. Rundown of Destiny 2: Season of the Worthy Destiny 2: Season of the Worthy is here, and the Guardians of the Light are called to battle once more. The Sundial has been freed from the clutches of the Red Legion, but all is not well. One escaped Psion Flayer has enacted a desperate ploy for revenge against the Last City. Season 10 of Destiny 2 brings with it new weapons, and events, as well as the return of some old favorites. Any Guardian Power Level 960 or above can participate for free, and multiple wins in a row will earn you Pinnacle gear. If you win seven in a row, you can get special access to The Lighthouse, as well as other rewards. March 10 On March 10, the Seraph Tower Event launched. This was a new player-versus-environment activity that

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