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At war with:

The Witness


Pale blue skin
Glowing eyes

Average lifespan:

Immortal in the Distributary
Long-lived[note 1]

Notable groups:

Techeun Coven

Notable individuals:

Mara Sov
Uldren Sov
Osana Sov
Petra Venj
Sjur Eido
Commander Zavala
Tyra Karn
Asher Mir
The Emissary
Alis Li
Nguya Pin
Devna Tel
Shuro Chi
Coven Mother Illyn


"The others sing this song of Light and Dark. We, together, have transcended such unimaginative limitations."
— Grimoire card blurb[1]

The Awoken are a humanoid race sharing common ancestry with Earth humans. They descend from the crew and passengers of the Yang Liwei, a colony ship that disappeared in a spacetime anomaly during the Collapse. Time in the Distributary, the homeworld of the Awoken, flows differently, and Awoken society has had thousands upon thousands of years to flourish and build. At some point in their history, a massive expedition fleet led by Mara Sov and her brother Uldren Sov left the anomaly and returned to the Solar system. Thousands of Awoken abandoned the expedition and found their way to the Last City to reunite with humanity and give rise to new Earthborn Awoken, while Mara Sov carved out a recluse kingdom in the Reef and reigned over Reefborn Awoken and subjugated Fallen. This Awoken kingdom was plunged into disarray by consecutive disasters of the Wolf rebellion, the Taken War, and the Scorn insurrection, eventually relying on the Vanguard's help to survive.


"The Awoken did not have a choice. We did."
Xur, Agent of the Nine[2]

Reef-Born Awoken are standoffish[3] and resemble baseline humans, with the notable exception of having pale blue, purple, green, or gray skin. They also have luminescent eyes with glowing irises.[4]

Beyond physical appearances, the Awoken seem to possess powers and abilities beyond their human ancestors. The Techeuns are a particularly notable example, though ordinary Awoken can also experience visions in the form of dreams.[5] This is a side effect of them being from the Distributary, a type of pocket universe within our main universe, created by Mara Sov. The Awoken do not have paracausal abilities, but are intertwined with the fabric of existence, thus they do not age past a certain point when in the Distributary.



"How did the Awoken survive?"
"No one knows…
— The Guardian and Ghost

It is said the Awoken were born in the Collapse, descended from those humans who tried to flee its wrath. Something happened to them out on the edge of the deep Black, and they were forever changed. After their race was formed, they took up residence in the Asteroid Belt, constructing cities and habitats like the Dreaming City. Today many Awoken live in the Reef, aloof and mysterious, but others returned to Earth, where their descendants now fight for the City. Earthborn Awoken sometimes venture out to the Reef, hoping to learn its secrets—but find no special welcome from the reclusive Queen.[6]

In Forsaken, it is revealed the Awoken are the descendants of the crew and passengers of the Yang Liwei, codenamed Exodus Green, a generation ship that left Earth shortly before the Collapse in an attempt to find a way to live without the Traveler. The ship refused to take a side when the Black Fleet attacked the Traveler[7]. During the initial sparring between the two paracausal entities, the ship was at the centerpiece of a kugelblitz, a black hole-like anomaly in space time that sucked it and all its inhabitants into a newborn pocket universe[8]. The Yang Liwei's 891 crewmembers and 40,000 passengers were annihilated and lost their physical forms, becoming beings of pure potential. Mara Sov, a low-ranking crewmember, was the first person to enter the kugelblitz just before the ship. She reassembled her own disembodied conscience, manipulated the Distributary's physical laws to shape it into an earthly paradise of a planet and created a new body for herself[9][10]. Together with the ship's captain Alis Li, who awakened the same way, Mara Sov induced other disembodied humans from the Yang Liwei to awaken as well and reincarnate into new blue-skinned, star-eyed bodies, having only vague memories about their past.

The Distributary years[edit]

"A paradise world: twin-ringed, impossible beauty, and a sky milk-bright with stars. She makes it real with a thought, and in that thought she falls herself, undoes her transient divinity, binds herself and all those after her into the law. The omniscient cannot explore. The omnipotent cannot struggle. She refuses that God-trap."
Marasenna, Ecstasiate I

The first generation of the Awoken consisted of reborn humans from Yang Liwei, including 30,111 women, 10,295 men, and 485 other.[11] The Distributary Awoken were immortal: they did not age, though could die from trauma. Initially, they lived a simple life, eating of the fruit of the forest and hunting animals with bows. Time in the Distributary moves faster that in the Solar System; while centuries passed on Earth, it was thousands of years for the Distributary[12].

It was initally assumed that Alis Li, the ship's captain, was the first to awaken, to shape the world and to awake the others; Mara Sov kept her primogeniture in secret even from Alis Li, while manipulating the Awoken politics from behind. The nine verdicts established by a grand council defined the new's civilization identity, ethics and politics; captain Alis Li was elected the first Queen. The verdicts allowed the Awoken to procreate and bear new children, as immortal as they were, and encouraged the research and development of "good technology" salvaged from the Yang Liwei, crashed as a spire planted into the bedrock of the Distributary[11].

Philosophical disputes gave rise to two major movements, forest-dwelling Eccaleists and city-dwelling Sanguine; while the Eccaleist believed that Awoken owed a debt to the cosmos and have to resolve the primordial conflict that created their world, the Sanguine stated that their immortality is a reward from cosmic powers and they do not owe anything to anybody. An Eccaleist preacher Diasyrm instigated the Theodicy War by accusing the Queen Alis Li of deicide, or the killing of gods; she explained that the Queen could have made the Awoken truly immortal, free of want or suffering, but betrayed her people by creating them mortal[13]. Many Awoken perished over years of bloodshed; in the end, the peace was signed on Mara Sov's terms. Diasyrm mysteriously vanished and some time later Queen Alis Li abdicated, surrending her powers. Queen Alis' successors embraced the Eccaleist philosophy, supporing the massive space exploration program orchestrated by Mara Sov. The succession of these Queens included Nguya Pin and Devna Tel[14].

At some time, a scholarly order of Gensym Scribes rose to power; they conspired to support Sjur Eido, a Paladin and hero of the Theodicy War, in her intent to kill Mara Sov for alleged murder of Diasyrm[15]. Sjur Eido lost a duel to Mara Sov's brother Uldren Sov and became Mara Sov's fervent supporter, while Mara Sov used the failed conspiracy to subjugate the Gensym Scribes and accelerate the space program[14]. Eventually, Mara Sov completed her long-running game by leading an exodus of tens of thousands of Eccaleist Awoken into space, leaving the Distributary behind[12].

Reef Wars[edit]

Main article: Reef Wars

"We gathered to fight against our twilight, King and Devil, and Winter, all of us but us, the Wolves. Why? What kept us from the Gap? The Reef. The Queen. The slavers who played us against each other and docked us into subservience. These sly sterile un-people, these mirages with cold minds twinned to their own, these Carybdis butchers, they set us against each other. She played us. She made herself our Kell."
— Skolas, Kell of Kells[16]
Queen Mara and Uldren with the House of Wolves under her command

The flotilla arrived at the Reef during the early City Age. After some initial encounters with the Fallen and upon receiving reconnaisance date about Earth, the Traveler and the sorry state of humanity, about a third of the expedition members voted to go to Earth and join the Last City, despite Mara Sov's prohibition[17]. Some of them even used salvaged Human spacecraft to flee the flotilla[18]. Failing to keep order, Mara Sov agreed for thousands of rebels to leave and reunite with humanity on Earth; thus the next generations of the Awoken people were split into Reefborn and Earthborn. Mara Sov was proclaimed Queen of the Reef on 4 Vesta; at the same time, some Fallen Baron detected ships moving towards Earth and traced their paths back to Vesta[19]. This first major assault was repealed, but the Awoken of the Reef had to militarize and finding superior weapons to fight back. At the Queen's order, her brother Uldren Sov scoured the Solar System for "a power unknown to all the other powers of this world" and discovered a young Ahamkara called Riven; Mara Sov's covenant with this creature laid a foundation for the Reef's prosperity[20].

Noticing the Fallen massing to destroy the Last City in an effort to steal back the Great Machine, the Queen chose to intervene and keep the oblivious out system House of Wolves from joining their brethren on Earth. While the House of Wolves had hundreds of thousands and probably millions of fighters, the Awoken used cunning and advanced weaponry. Striking suddenly, the Awoken fleet destroyed Ceres with a single salvo of the Harbingers, taking down half of the Wolves' fleet stationed here and the Kell Virixas himself[21]. The remaining Wolves were scattered across the Reef and found themselves in a civil war between three Barons Irxis, Parixas and Skolas, each wanting to claim the Kellship for themselves. The Reef Awoken launched a several-year-long campaign that whittled the Fallen's numbers and nobility to insignificance. This war involved a long siege of the asteroid Pallas by Pirsis and his fleet, with neither side willing to use their firepower in fear of hitting their own troops. Eventually, Awoken commander Hallam Fen managed to break the stalemate by creating an enormous visual illusion of another salvo of Harbingers, thus scaring Pirsis's ships off without a single actual shot being fired[22]. Another major engagement was in the Hildian Asteroids where the Awoken used the Charybdis, a gravity weapon strong enough to catch an asteroid Tinette and hurl it at another asteroid Fortuna which served as the Fallen fleet base[23]. Even though Skolas defeated his contenders and proclaimed himself the Kell of Wolves, Variks, a Wolf scribe disillusioned with Skolas, defected over to the Queen's side. Thanks to this betrayal the remaining Wolves were defeated in the decisive battle of Cybele and Skolas was taken prisoner[24].

In the aftermath of the Reef wars, Skolas and most of the Wolf nobility were incarcerated in the Prison of Elders, and Variks declared Mara Sov the new Kell of Wolves. A large number of Wolf prisoners sworn fealty to her, thus joining the Reefborn Awoken under Mara Sov's rule; some of these Fallen even became part of the Royal Awoken Guard[25]. The Queen gifted Skolas to her allies, the Nine, for their role in defeating the Fallen but they released the Wolf Kell, beginning the Wolf Rebellion and forced the Reef to open itself to Guardian access[26][27].

Dreaming City and Eleusinia[edit]

Main articles: Dreaming City, Eleusinia

"Your Traveler terraformed your planets. But the Awoken terraformed the Dreaming City. It is our creation. It is a reflection of our people - not a false gift from a skittish god."
— Shuro Chi, Pilgrimage: Garden of Esila, View
The Dreaming City

The Dreaming City is a Reef structure of an immense scale, built on an flat disc and hidden by a massive cloaking device. A special stabilizing ring below the disc maintains the City's atmosphere, catching any escaping water and returning it back.[28] The Dreaming City was built by Mara Sov and Techeun Illyn, the Coven Mother; this artificial world was nothing but bare rocks when they started.[29].

In the aftermath of the Wolf Rebellion, Mara Sov forged a secret alliance with the human Hunter Eris Morn, Earth's most knowledgeable expert on the Hive after the death of Toland, the Shattered. The immediate reason for this alliance was the threat of Oryx and his armies of Hive searching for vengeance against Guardians.[30] To rally the Awoken against this inescapable invasion, Eris agreed to deploy her vast expertise of the Hive's technology and magic that she learned whilst on the Moon. This included her knowledge of the Sword Logic, the Ascendant Realm and the art of creating throne worlds.

The Awoken built the Blind Well, an energy borehole in the fabric of space and time drilled by Riven and aided by Techeuns Lissyl and Sedia, in a great cathedral on the eastern shore of the Dreaming City. The gate at the bottom of the Blind Well was built by Kalli and Shuro Chi inside in a hall they named "The Confluence". Illyn used copious tinctures of Queensfoil to reach the Ascendant Realm and began construction from the other side, sorting the threads of reality on a vast metaphysical loom. Thus, Mara, Riven and the Techeuns built an isolated pocket universe and named it Eleusinia; Mara's third throne after the Distributary and Vesta. In the ascendant halls of Eleusinia, Mara carved a statue for Sjur Eido after her death during the Reef Wars. The Blind Well would be used as a cross-world tunnel between the Solar System and Eleusinia and required a continuous multi-week charge of paracausal energies for operation.[31]

Some time after the construction of Eleusinia, Mara Sov was contacted by the Ancients, a group of mysterious entities describing themselves as "the nothing-space fabric". They possessed three Techeuns, including Kelda Wadj, the Allteacher, and used them as mouthpieces to converse with Mara. Mara Sov agreed to a deal proposed by the Ancients and Kelda Wadj's body was destroyed to be turned into a singularity. This singularity would then be the Awoken used to construct the Oracle Engine, a sophisticated machine used for communication and transportation between planes of reality.[32]

The Taken War[edit]

The Awoken fleet engaging the Dreadnaught
Main article: The Taken War

"The Awoken died for us. They gave their lives to save the system, to stop Oryx's fleet at the outer planets. We must honor their sacrifice. We must face the Taken King without fear. Queen Mara has given us a gift. We must not waste it."
— Eris Morn[33]

The Awoken were among the first to respond to Oryx's invasion. Attacking his fleet out around Saturn, the Queen and her Witches sacrificed themselves to fire the Harbingers, mysterious weapons or entities of incredible power, at the Hive Dreadnaught. Despite destroying a good portion of Oryx's fleet there were no marks made upon the flagship, and shortly thereafter Oryx ended the battle with a single blow from his cannon.[34]

Despite a significant loss of Reef leadership, including the Queen and a missing Prince, the Reef aided the City and its Guardians in destroying Oryx's Taken. Setting bounties upon several lieutenants the Reef oversaw their extermination and eventual rooting out of the Taken Blights in conjunction with the Vanguard. During this conflict Petra Venj, Acting Regent-Commander, continued to search for the missing Queen and preventing a resurging House of Wolves from regrouping on Mars. With the aid of Variks and the Guardians the nascent Wolf house was scattered again.[35]

Betrayal of a Prince[edit]

Uldren escaping the Prison of the Elders with the Scorned Barons

Following the resurgence of Uldren Sov, he led a rogue Fallen house known as the Scorn against the Reef, betraying his own people, and driving the Reef-borne Awoken into complete chaos and disarray. Cayde-6 was murdered in the Scorn's escape from the Prison of Elders, and Reef agents were forced to work with Guardian forces to prevent the total collapse of their society.

Though the Guardian managed to topple the Scorn's chaotic reign over the Reef and brought Uldren to justice for his crimes, the Awoken's home remains a dangerous place as remnants of the Scorn's forces continue to prowl over the Reef. Petra, the remaining Paladins and Techeuns barely maintain what's left of the Awoken's Reef civilizations, even as the Scorn and a newly resurgent Taken force plague the Dreaming City, the mysterious homeland of the Awoken.

Riven's Scheme[edit]

A Thousand Voices[edit]

"The Guardians killed Riven and ripped out her heart. But Ahamkara transcend death. They can transform desire into reality… even when they are nothing but bone and dust. I should have known that Riven would grant one last wish… one last curse. Now, the Dreaming City has been Taken. I opened the gates. I ordered the attack. I… should have known."
— Petra Venj.
Taken Ahamkara Riven

As the Guardians and the Awoken worked together in maintaining the remaining Scorn within the Reef, the Dreaming City's opening and the darkness spreading from it was grim news for the Awoken. Knowing the danger the threat poses to the Solar System, Petra Venj was forced to reveal one to the Awoken's deepest secrets that lay within the City: Riven of a Thousand Voices, the last living Ahamkara. It was soon discovered that Riven had been Taken when Oryx invaded the Reef during the Taken War and partially brought the Dreaming City into the Ascendant Realm. However, after Oryx's death, Riven was aimless but soon gained a new master, Savathûn, the Witch Queen of the Hive, and together, they sought to corrupt the homeland of the Awoken and eventually breach into the Distributary.

To accomplish her goals, Riven orchestrated the Scorn's rise to power and used Uldren as her puppet, corrupting the prince while posing as his sister. Though the Scorn failed against the Guardians, Uldren succeeded in his purpose of opening the way into the Dreaming City, giving Riven a chance to break free.

After confirming that Mara Sov is in fact alive, Petra and the Awoken were able to gain the Vanguard's support after the revelation of the Taken's return spurred them into action. Gathering a Raid team strong enough to kill Riven, the Guardians assaulted the Dreaming City. While proceeding through the City, the Guardians managed to free some of the Techeuns from Taken corruption and eventually confronted Riven herself in her true gigantic, draconic form.

Despite her vast Taken powers, Riven's physical form was destroyed and her blighted heart brought before the Techeuns to be cleansed. Unfortunately, before that could happen, Riven's scheme came full circle as she performed one last wish for her master: to curse the Dreaming City with a Taken plague.

The Cycle[edit]

Queens Court

Though Riven was silenced once and for all, her plan succeeded as Taken forces began to heavily corrupt the Dreaming City. Worse, the Hive and Taken managed to capture Eleusinia, Mara Sov's Throne World, as a staging ground. Savathûn then began the next stage of her plan by having her daughter, Dûl Incaru, the Eternal Return, find a way to invade the Distributary.

Wanting to prevent the birthplace of the Awoken from being invaded and defiled, Mara Sov tasks the Guardians to destroy the Hive and Taken infesting her Throne World. After a perilous struggle through the ruins of Eleusina, the Guardians managed to destroy Dûl Incaru and seemingly reverse the Taken corruption in the Dreaming City.

Unfortunately, this victory was short-lived, as the Taken corruption soon returned as it appeared the City was caught in a time-loop created by Quria, Blade Transform. This forces the Guardians to partake in the same battle over and over again.

The Queen Returns[edit]

The exorcism ritual performed by Mara

After Mara departs to confront the Black Fleet and its commander, a collective consciousness of the first civilization uplifted by the Traveler made manifest in Darkness known as the Witness, Petra would oversee the training of a new coven of Techeuns since the Battle of Saturn to rescue their Queen. Despite Mara's attempt to halt the Black Fleet's advance towards the Sol System, they were able to bypass her defense. Austyn, Sjari, and Ylaia were among the new coven of Techeuns sent to rescue Mara Sov. They would travel through the Ley Lines to rescue her, but they unexpectedly attracted the attention of the Hive God of War, Xivu Arath. Mara was able to return to the Dreaming City at the cost of the new coven of Techeuns scattering themselves among the Ley Lines. She would run into Savathûn, who used the guise of Osiris to weaken the Vanguard from within, and make a bargain with the Witch Queen to remove her Worm. To accomplish this objective, Mara tasked the Guardian with freeing the Techeuns lost within the Ley Line from Xivu Arath's forces led by Kelgorath, Risen from Bones. She would also discover that her brother is reborn as a Lightbearer named Crow.

As the Guardian recover more Techeuns from the Ley Lines, Mara discovers a plot to steal Ager's Scepter from the Dozmary Vault, and tasks the Guardian with stooping the theft of Ager's Scepter by collecting Astral Skews across the EDZ, the Tangled Shore, the Moon, and the Dreaming City. She explains the tale of Rega and Ager to them and instructs them to keep Ager's Scepter. She would become furious at Savathûn after she reveals Crow's past life as Uldren Sov. She begins the exorsism ritual alongside the Techeuns as it became under assault from Xivu Arath's forces as a last ditch attempt to capture Savathûn. The Guardian and Saint-14 are deployed to the ritual to protect Mara and the Techeuns as they complete. It is eventually completed; however, Savathûn escapes to become the first Hive Lightbearer.

Defiance against the Witness[edit]

Mara, casting a defensive ward over the Farm

The Awoken would join the Coalition alongside the Vanguard, the Cabal Empire led by Empress Caiatl, and the Eliksni House of Light led by Mithrax, Kell of Light. The Guardian was able to defeat Savathûn after she acquired the Light, slay a Disciple of the Witness named Rhulk inside the Sunken Pyramid, sever Calus's connection to the Lunar Pyramid, recover the relics containing body parts of Nezarec before Eramis could, and finally bring Rasputin back online before he chose to sacrifice himself as the Witness approaches Earth's orbit. Mara would play a role in the Invasion of Earth as she and the the Techeuns are able to cast a defensive ward around the Farm. Mara, Crow, Mithrax, Devrim Kay, and Amanda Holliday would assist in pushing back the Shadow Legion invading Earth, with Mara able to provide her power through the Ascendant Scepter onto her Queensguard. She woyld also the Guardian her power to destroying the Shadow Legion Flagship hanging above Earth's orbit as retribution for the death of Amanda Holliday. The Coalition celebrate this victory, but it is short-lived as the Witness was able to use the energy from the Veil hidden in Neomuna to connect it to the Traveler and open the portal to its Pale Heart so it can begin the Final Shape.


Known Awoken[edit]


Reef weaponry
Dreaming City weaponry
Appropriated weaponry
Constellation weaponry
Queensguard weaponry
Exotic weaponry


  1. ^ "Many Awoken still alive in the present fought in the Reef Wars, which took place over 126 years ago, as the Wars were fought before the founding of the Crucible, and according to Ghost Fragment: Cayde-6 the Crucible was active 126 years ago."


  • Joe Staten and Christopher Barrett described the Awoken as being beautiful, exotic, and mysterious. They mentioned the team looked at elves, vampires, ghosts, and angels to "capture that exotic, sort of ethereal feel".[36] They have been described as being of "otherworldly origins."[37]
  • The Awoken once ruled Mars,[38] explaining the reasoning behind Valus Trau'ug's unsanctioned attack.


List of appearances[edit]


  1. ^ Bungie (2014/9/9), Destiny, Grimoire: Awoken
  2. ^ Bungie (2014/9/9), Destiny, Xûr, Agent of the Nine: Quotes
  3. ^ Gamelynch: Destiny Preview
  4. ^ Bungie (2014-6-12), Destiny: Alpha.
  5. ^ Bungie (2015-9-19), Destiny: House of Wolves, Grimoire: Skolas: Defeated
  6. ^ Bungie (2014-6-12), Destiny: Alpha, Grimoire: Awoken
  7. ^ Bungie (2018/9/4), Destiny 2: Forsaken, Lore: Cosmogyre I
  8. ^ Bungie (2018/9/4), Destiny 2: Forsaken, Lore: Cosmogyre IV
  9. ^ Bungie (2018/9/4), Destiny 2: Forsaken, Lore: Ecstasiate II
  10. ^ Bungie (2018/9/4), Destiny 2: Forsaken, Lore: Nigh II
  11. ^ a b Bungie (2018/9/4), Destiny 2: Forsaken, Lore: Ecstasiate III
  12. ^ a b Bungie (2018/9/4), Destiny 2: Forsaken, Lore: Katabasis
  13. ^ Bungie (2018/9/4), Destiny 2: Forsaken, Lore: Fideicide I
  14. ^ a b Bungie (2018/9/4), Destiny 2: Forsaken, Lore: Imponent V
  15. ^ Bungie (2018/9/4), Destiny 2: Forsaken, Lore: Imponent I
  16. ^ Bungie (2015/1/23), Destiny, Grimoire: Ghost Fragment: Fallen 3
  17. ^ Bungie (2018/9/4), Destiny 2: Forsaken, Lore: Revanche II
  18. ^ Bungie (2018/9/4), Destiny 2: Forsaken, Lore: Revanche III
  19. ^ Bungie (2018/9/4), Destiny 2: Forsaken, Lore: Revanche V
  20. ^ Bungie (2018/9/4), Destiny 2: Forsaken, Lore: Tetic II
  21. ^ Bungie (2015/1/23), Destiny:, Grimoire: Wanted: Skolas, Kell of Kells
  22. ^ Bungie (2015/1/23), Destiny: Grimoire: Wanted: Pirsis, Pallas-Bane
  23. ^ Bungie (2015/1/23), Destiny, Grimoire: Wanted: Kaliks-12
  24. ^ Bungie (2015/1/23), Destiny, Grimoire: Wanted: Kaliks-12
  25. ^ Bungie (2014/5/19), Destiny: House of Wolves, Grimoire: WANTED: Saviks, Queenbreaker
  26. ^ Bungie (2014/5/19), Destiny: House of Wolves, Grimoire: Ghost Fragment: The Queen
  27. ^ YouTube - Official Destiny Expansion II: House of Wolves Prologue
  28. ^ Bungie (2018/9/4), Destiny 2: Forsaken, Pilgrimage: Harbinger's Seclude, Cliffs
  29. ^ Bungie (2018/9/4), Destiny 2: Forsaken, Pilgrimage: Garden of Esila, View
  30. ^ Bungie (2015/5/19), Destiny: House of Wolves, Grimoire: Ghost Fragment: The Queen 2
  31. ^ Bungie (2018/9/4), Destiny 2: Forsaken, Lore: Throne
  32. ^ Bungie (2018/9/4), Destiny 2: Forsaken, Lore: Oracle
  33. ^ Bungie (2015/1/23), Destiny: The Taken King, Grimoire: The Coming War
  34. ^ Bungie (2015/9/15), Destiny: The Taken King, The Coming War
  35. ^ Bungie (2015/9/15), Destiny: The Taken King, Prime's Path
  36. ^ YouTube, Destiny - News GDC Panel
  37. ^ The Guardian: How the Makers of Halo Plan to Change the Future of Shooters
  38. ^ Bungie (2015/9/15), Destiny: The Taken King, Long Tomorrow 9G Chest