Destiny 2: Master Vault of Glass Challenge Week 5 Out of Its Way

My team was prepared for the worst for this challenge. In preparation, most of us had tried to get as high light as possible. I hit 1350 yesterday, and was ready for this encounter. Strangely enough, it proved the easiest challenge in Master VoG so far. We got it done in a minute or two.

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Destiny 2 Challenge Mode Loot for Legendary & Master Vault of Glass

The last patch from last Thursday fixed one of the most annoying parts of the Master VoG raids. Now, you can run challenges on any mode, without worrying about not being able to claim your time lost weapons from Master VoG. If you complete them on Legendary, you can still complete them on Master. The only difference is that you will not be getting 1320 guns. You will get 1310. That’s a great change, because it didn’t make much sense.

Destiny 2 Master Vault of Glass Challenge Week 2: Ensemble Refrain

The challenge seemed easy enough, but it took us a bit of time to get all of the components working well together. There were plenty of mistakes along the way, and in Master Vault of Glass, you can only make so many mistakes. The Ensemble Refrain challenge works the following way: when 3 players are transported into the time lost locations, Each player must only shoot one oracle during a set, including the relic holder.

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Destiny 2 Master Vault of Glass Challenge Week 4: The Only Oracle For You

This is part of the challenges I had done before in legendary VoG, but I had heard that it was a pain to get through it. Although not as painful as Gatekeeper, it took a while for our team to gel enough to get it done. The challenge involved the oracles that spawn after confluxes. For this challenge, only one person can shoot one oracle during the whole rotation.

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Destiny 2: The Vault of Glass Remastered?

As part of Season 14s offerings, Bungie added the OG D1 raid Vault of Glass, which is the first raid that they have released from the Destiny Content Vault. Last August or September, we lost so many raids, which were put into the DCV. We’re finally back at four playable raids now. I never played D1 VoG, so I can’t comment much on the differences, but I have completed the raid 9 times so far.

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