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Co-creator of the Zen Meteor


Taeko-3 was an Exo Warlock who joined the Praxic Warlocks and fought in the Red War.


After the reclamation of the Last City, Taeko was part of a group of nine Guardians stationed on Titan sent into the New Pacific Arcology to investigate and stop a Hive ritual. However, the fireteams quickly became trapped by the Hive and were hunted down, killed, and converted into crystals full of Void Light for use in a summoning ritual. Taeko watched as her best friend was killed and desecrated by the Hive. She was soon the lone survivor, and she discovered a huge Shrieker known as Savathûn's Song was responsible for the horrors the Hive were committing.[1]

Taeko struggled to survive, and her Ghost and Light were beginning to fade when she made contact with a rescue team sent by Commander Zavala and Sloane. She informed them of what she knew about the Hive's activities, and tried to dissuade them from coming any further into the Hive's territory so they would not be killed as well. The rescue team then informed her that by destroying the Void crystals, the Hive creating them became vulnerable. Noting that there was no crystal in the chamber with Savathûn's Song, Taeko decided to sacrifice her life and allow the Hive to turn her into one of the crystals. Taeko's sacrifice was not in vain, as the strike team was able to destroy the monstrous Shrieker and prevent whatever ritual the Hive were preparing for from occurring.[1]

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  1. ^ a b Bungie (2017/8/9), Destiny 2: Playstation 4, Activision Blizzard Savathûn's Song (strike)