Destiny 2: Master Vow of the Disciple & Adept Loot

When Master Vault of Glass launched in Destiny 2, last summer, I spent hours getting that first clear. Then, we proceeded to systematically clear each encounter, week after week, for the adept loot and the Fatebreaker seal. We got it all done. I haven’t done Master VoG since. What’s the point? I got my god rolls.

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Destiny 2 Witch Queen: Vow of the Disciple Raid

Around 10 days after the launch of Witch Queen, the Vow of the Disciple raid launched. This is the first original raid that they’ve released since Beyond Light’s Deep Stone Crypt. Vault of Glass was basically a remix. The World’s First raid race was marred with connection issues.

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Destiny 2: The Witch Queen

I played the new Destiny 2 expansion on release day. There was a snafu with my collector’s edition, which would arrive only 2 weeks after launch, much to my dismay. It also didn’t include a game code, which was annoying. Luckily, I sort of expected this, so I got myself another deluxe edition to be able to play on day one.

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Destiny 2: Season of the Lost, Bungie’s 30th Anniversary Pack

It’s been about a month since the release of the anniversary pack, and things got busy quickly over here in Taipei. I took a break from playing during the month of November. I just couldn’t stomach grinding and playing the same stuff over and over again. I wanted to do GMs and gild my Conqueror title. I haven’t done that yet, but thankfully I’ll probably end up doing it before the end of this absurdly long season.

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Catching Up On That 6-Month Season in Destiny 2

I took the whole month of November off. I just couldn’t stomach playing anymore for the same rewards. All of the groups I played with collapse during this month. I’m currently in a clan with people who I don’t really play with. There’s some idiots, who I ended actually having to ban, and other pointless drama that I have no time for.

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Nerfing Festival of the Lost Was Stupid

Last week, Festival of the Lost launched. It’s different enough to make people play, but there are some elements that I didn’t agree with. Swiftly as they could, by Thursday, reset was on Tuesday, Bungo had nerfed the most efficient farming methods to acquire Spectral Pages, which were Wrathborn Hunts, Expunges, and the current nightfall, The Lake of Shadows. That royally sucked, because when I went back to play on the weekend, the best way to acquire Spectral Pages was to do public events in the EDZ. FML.

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Destiny 2: Season of the Lost S15 Review (So Far)

We’re less than 2 months into a 6-month D2, the longest so far, and it’s about time that I gave my thoughts about it. The Witch Queen was delayed until 2/22/22, meaning that S15 will last a whole six months. D2 seasons usually last 3 months.

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Destiny 2: New Exotic Trace Rifle Ager’s Scepter S15

With this week’s reset, the final part of the exotic quest entitled Tracing the Stars, finally went live. The new exotic trace rifle, Ager’s Scepter, is now available. The catalyst will launch at next week’s reset and the ornament went live yesterday.

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The Revamped Trials of Osiris in Destiny 2: S15 Season of the Lost

This weekend, one of the biggest changes in Destiny 2 PvP went live. Trials of Osiris, and it’s predecessor Trials of the Nine have always been a sweaty PvP playlist, made for the ultra sweatlords fighting each other in order to get rewards at the Lighthouse. That is no longer the case.

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Destiny 2: Iron Pain, the Saga Continues…

I totally ripped that title off from a Sir Dimetrious video, but it’s more of the same this week. There are 4 pinnacle drops that are easy to get when playing solo, they can be painful to get, especially if you’re playing freelance, but still worthwhile, as the Peacebond, a new stasis sidearm, which is really good.

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