There is conflicting data on this page... "4" comets will be released and there are 5 dates in which a comet will be released. In the "List of Destiny games" on the bottom of the page the dates are 2016, 2018, 2020, 2022. But in the article the dates include 2014.. FYI!!
See where it says "Comet"? That's not saying they're all called comet, that's reffering to the first comet in 2014. Definitely seems confusing though. Maybe we should change the template until we have a page for the second comet?('Cause then we can add a second link to the template and it'll be more obvious that it's a name and not a label) But y'know, until then. Always use the DMR. This is craZboy557, signing off. 16:04, 15 May 2013 (EDT)
- Ok, I must still not understand.. Even if they're called "comet", "meteorite", "meteor" and "shooting star" there are still only 4 of them. "Four planned expansion packs for the Destiny franchise". So shouldn't there only be 4 dates?
- Why have 5 dates for 4 expansion packs?
- The first date is for the first expansion pack, the one already in the template. Its date isn't shown in the template, though the page has the date for the first one on it. Always use the DMR. This is craZboy557, signing off. 07:49, 17 May 2013 (EDT)
Comets Vs Expansions
Bungie Day info: Two Expansions are being announced for Destiny, "The Dark Below" and "House of Wolves". The Dark Below is described as "In The Dark Below, you’ll discover an ancient tomb has been unsealed. Beneath the surface of the Moon, a dark god has answered centuries of prayer, and a dark army has risen. Explore the true depths of the Hellmouth. Stop the dark Hive ritual and survive." As for House of Wolves, the art indicated something to do with the Fallen. I've already speculated the existence of the House of Wolves based on character quotes, and apparently they might be the house of Fallen that's aligned with the Reef.
The Big question, though, is are these the "Comets" we've been told about? Because it sounded like there was only one comet per game, yet these are being called expansions, and theres two off them. OmgHAX! (talk) 14:16, 7 July 2014 (EDT)