New Pacific Arcology

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New Pacific Arcology
Titan arcology concept art.jpg

Location:

Titan

Hostile Races:

Fallen
Hive

Accessibility:

Complete Riptide

Landing Zones:

Siren's Watch
The Rig

 


"Ooh, kind of a catchy jingle. ♪New Pacific Arcology. The next frontier is you!"
Ghost

The New Pacific Arcology is a location on Titan. It was once one of the great cities of Golden Age, but was evacuated and abandoned during the Collapse. Over the centuries, the decaying ruins have begun sinking into the moon's methane oceans, and have recently become infested with Hive.

Overview[edit]

After the fall of the Last City, Commander Zavala and Deputy Commander Sloane fled to the New Pacific Arcology with other surviving Guardians, hoping to use it as a base from which to launch a counterattack against the Red Legion. However, they were stymied by the Hive infestation; lacking access to the Light, Zavala's group lacked the power to exterminate the Hive themselves. Adding to the grim situation, scavengers from the Fallen House of Dusk followed the Guardians to Titan and have established a beachhead, using the towers as junkyards.[1]

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Adventures[edit]

World Quests[edit]

Trivia[edit]

  • Some of the structures in the Sinking Docks have names, such as "Kemphaan" and "Poelruiter". These are Dutch birds that usually live in wet areas, suggesting that some of the first people on Titan were Dutch. This could also be a reference to the fact that the Dutch are famous for dealing with water, or in this case, the oceans of Titan.
  • A massive Sea Monster can occasionally be seen breaching the ocean's surface.
  • The hole in Saturn's rings made by the Dreadnaught's main weapon is visible in Titan's sky from new Pacific Arcology.

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List of appearances[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Bungie (2017/8/9), Destiny 2: Playstation 4, Activision Blizzard, Item Description, Titan Treasure Map