Grimoire:Activities/Story: Venus, Ishtar Sink

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"And my vanquisher will read that book, seeking the weapon, and they will come to understand me, where I have been and where I was going."
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The Story: Venus, Ishtar Sink subsection of the Grimoire covers subjects related to Story missions set on Venus.

A Stranger's Call

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"The Ishtar Collective studied the Vex with all the instruments and power of the Golden Age. And we must understand the Vex if we are to survive. There are tales of the Black Garden and the Darkness that lives at its heart. If this is where the Vex are born, then finding it is of the utmost importance."
— The Speaker

Ishtar Collective

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"The Vex have us all worried. Terrible things are stirring beneath Venus, but what you've discovered gives us hope that we can stop them. Just be careful when you make deals with the Awoken, would you? The Queen always collects."
— Cayde-6

The Archive

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"The Cryptarchs are overjoyed, Guardian. An entire hidden Archive full of Vex research. Even chronicles of the legendary Vault of Glass. Perhaps this will finally help us crack its riddles."
— Master Rahool

Scourge of Winter

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"I will admit to a very personal satisfaction at the death of Draksis. He hurt my City and he hurt my friends. Few Guardians have ever assaulted a Kell in the throne room of his own Ketch. The entire Tower is abuzz at the chance to explore this downed Wintership, but more important, we've removed another Fallen nightmare from our worlds. We thank you, Guardian."
— Commander Zavala

Eye of a Gate Lord

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"While defeat of any champion of the Dark is cause for celebration, be leery of the promises of the Queen. The Awoken play both sides of this battle, and a debt to her is potentially ruinous. But if it gets you into the Black Garden, you have the City's full support."
— The Speaker