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This is a detailed timeline of the history of the Destiny universe. Note that nearly all events are not attached to specific dates; they may not be in exact chronological order, and adjacent events in the list may be separated by spans of only a few days or several centuries.

The Ancient Past[edit]

  • The Worms, an intelligent species able to wield the power of the Darkness directly, are trapped in the depths of a global ocean within one of the atmospheric layers of the gas giant Fundament by the Traveler. The Traveler's priest, a creature called Leviathan, also dwells in the deeper Fundament and attempts to dissuade anyone from seeking them out. The Worms in turn begin calling across the stars to other species, seeking to lure one that can free them. As a result, hundreds of species migrate to Fundament and become stranded there—eking out a living on the shards of their broken worlds which become floating continents. One such species was the proto-Hive, whose homeworld collided with Fundament and shattered. The proto-Hive survive and build a new civilization for themselves on the floating shards of their former homeworld, gradually forgetting their original history.[1] Meanwhile, a species of bony six-armed cephalopods named the Ammonites benefit from the Traveler's patronage and build a sophisticated starfaring civilization spanning all of Fundament's fifty-two moons, before eventually coming into contact with the distant Ecumene.[2][3]
  • At eight years of age, the proto-Hive Osmium King of the Osmium Court on Fundament sires his final brood of offspring, which include his three daughters Xi Ro, Sathona, and Aurash who are tutored by sterile mother Taox. At ten years of age, the Osmium King begins to succumb to senility and madness; becoming consumed with ancient texts and obsessing over the movements of Fundament's moons, and the possibility of a catastrophic alignment called the Syzygy.[4][5][6]
  • Fearing for the Osmium Court's future and believing the royal daughters were unsuited to rule, Taox secretly contacts the rival continent's Helium Drinkers of the Helium Court, inviting them to invade, assassinate the royal family, and install her as a subservient regent of the Osmium Court in exchange for engines capable of moving their continent.[5] The Helium Drinkers agree, resulting in the Osmium Court's fall and the death of the Osmium King, but the royal daughters escape and vow to take revenge.[4]
  • Three years after losing their kingdom, upon the advice of their father's worm, Xi Ro, Sathona, and Aurash use a salvaged high-tech ship to dive into Fundament's depths, hoping to discover a secret to stave off the Syzygy, which Aurash had come to believe was imminent.[7][8] They encounter the Leviathan, but reject his pleas to turn back and continue on to the Worms.[9][10] The Worms offer the sisters immortality and power in exchange for accepting their larvae as parasites and carrying out the will of the Darkness. The sisters agree to the pact and are transformed into the first Hive: Xi Ro becomes Xivu Arath, Sathona becomes Savathûn, and Aurash becomes Auryx.[11]
  • Xivu Arath, Savathûn, and Auryx return to the surface and share the Worm parasites among the other proto-Hive, creating an army that quickly overwhelms Fundament's other species.[12] Taox flees, at first to other continents[13][14] and then to the Ammonite capital moon where she is granted asylum.[2] The Hive follow and war against the Ammonites, eventually exterminating them, killing the Leviathan, and forcing the Traveler to abandon Fundament.[15] The Hive colonize and transform Fundament's moons into mobile war-moons[16], and embark on their purge of the universe in the name of the Darkness.[17] During this time the Worms begin instructing Auryx in the nature of the Sword-Logic.[16][18][19][20][21]
  • The Hive eradicate hundreds of intelligent species, including the Qugu, over a span of twenty thousand years.[22] During this time they grow and expand their kingdoms, refining and deepening their knowledge of the Sword-Logic.[23] Auryx makes war upon Savathûn out of both revenge and love, with Xivu Arath fighting them together.[24]
  • Approximately twenty-four thousand years after the fall of the Ammonites[3], the Hive reach the frontier of the Ecumene and invade seventeen worlds over the course of a century[3]. The Dakaua, a client species of the Ecumene, discover Taox in cryo-stasis aboard an ancient ship.[3] Taox shares her knowledge of the Hive's leaders and motivations with the Dakaua, and the Ecumene unleashes its most powerful weapons against the Hive, who immediately suffer setbacks.[3] Seeking the power necessary to allow the Hive to continue their crusade, Auryx slays his sisters[25] and then the Worm God Akka[26], harnessing the ability to Take. Auryx becomes Oryx, the Taken King. Over a period of one thousand, one hundred and forty years the resurgent Hive triumvirate annihilate the species of the Ecumene so utterly that no trace of them remains.[27][28] Taox escapes yet again, however, and the Hive resume their pursuit, ravaging the galaxy along the way.
  • While Oryx is absent from his court to observe the Darkness destroy an ancient fortress world, Crota, after being tricked by his aunt Savathûn, inadvertently opens a portal to a place containing Vex while experimenting within the Ascendant Realm.[35] The Vex, unable to comprehend the physics of Oryx throne world, manifest Quria, Blade Transform[36], who begins experimenting with the Hive, learning to worship the Darkness, and continue to plague Oryx's realm for a hundred years.[36] The Worm God Eir finally calls Oryx home to deal with the problem after the Vex come close to conquering the High War.[36] Oryx Takes many of the Vex, dividing them against one another, before finally expelling the cybernetic machines from his realm.[37] Oryx comes to consider the Vex a worthy rival, and resolves to follow the Darkness and document the destruction it wreaks in a "grave of worlds"[37], so that he may learn from it and use this knowledge to succeed in his crusade against the universe.[37] With his Ascendant Realm having been compromised by the Vex incursion, Oryx builds the Dreadnaught from Akka's corpse and houses his realm within it.[37][38] This takes place at least 4.54 billion years before Earth's formation.[39]
  • The Hive destroy the Harmony, another species that had built a peaceful and advanced civilization with the aid of the Traveler[40], and topple the fabled Gift Mast over a period of a hundred and fifty years.[41] During this conflict Oryx defeats Quria, Blade Transform and the remaining Vex who were attacking him, and gives the Taken Hydra to Savathûn.[38][42][43] Quria's last act is to share what it has learned about Oryx's origins as Aurash with the rest of the Vex collective mind.[44] Afterwards, Oryx's sisters part ways with him; Savathûn takes her war-moons into the black hole the Harmony's worlds orbited, while Xivu Arath ventures into unknown space.[41] Oryx journeys on in the footsteps of the Darkness, continuing the Hive's crusade and still seeking the elusive Taox.[45]

Pre-Golden Age[edit]

  • The Traveler visits the Eliksni (later known the "Fallen") and provides them with limitless Ether.[48] The Eliksni prosper under the Traveler's patronage and revere it as "The Great Machine". During these years, the House of Judgment enforces law and peace.[49]
  • Some time after, the Eliksni civilization is destroyed by an event known as the Whirlwind, and Chelchis, Kell of Stone is slain by Oryx himself, becoming a legend amongst his people.[50][51][52] The Traveler abandons the Eliksni around this time. In the aftermath, the House of Judgement attempts to maintain order among the survivors, but is unable to prevent the outbreak of a bloody civil war and is itself nearly eradicated. The remnants of House Judgment are forced into servitude by the remaining Kells.[50]
  • At some point, the Cabal forge a vast interstellar Empire and incorporate the telekinetic Psions as a client race. An unknown calamity eventually strikes the Cabal and forces the Empire to flee.[53][54]

The Golden Age[edit]

Main article: Golden Age - According to various in game quotes, the Golden Age lasted for approximately three hundred years. It came to a devastating end in the wake of the Collapse.[55]

21st Century[edit]

  • The Traveler promises humanity the universe [58] and imparts its vast knowledge to the species,[59] spurring the colonization of the Solar System.[60]
  • The Cosmodrome is where humanity first takes to the stars in search of what lays beyond and ultimately in hope of escaping their crowded planet.[61][62]
  • The Golden Age, a centuries-long[63] era of widespread prosperity and technological miracles, begins.[60]

Early Golden Age[edit]

  • Fifty years after the Traveler's discovery, at the age of ninety, Commander Jacob Hardy records his experiences from the Ares One mission in his diary and explains how the Traveler's dramatic impact on human well-being and civilization changed everything[64] while in the midst of studying the properties of Light-influenced terraforming.[64]
  • The city of Freehold is founded on Mars with the support of Clovis Bray. It becomes known as one of humanity's greatest achievements.[68][69]
  • During the initial exploration of Venus, ancient Vex ruins are discovered. Early Vex research outposts like Campus 9 attract Earth's brightest minds, leading to a colonization rush on the planet. The researchers found the Ishtar Collective and the Ishtar Academy.[70]
  • A copper box with a red lid is discovered, its lid dented, one hinge shattered. Inside is a small quantity of the finest, driest powder, more brown than gray, more blue than green. The powder is weighed by the grain, studied close. One hundred billion bits reside inside, all of them tiny and nearly spherical, and etched with the outlines of continents and islands and icecaps. Each sphere represents a planet. One is found of Earth, Mars, and Venus. Many studying presume that the box is a message of how minuscule all of creation is, and some wonder who delivered this message, and why.[73]
  • A father on Venus shows his son a representation of what their world used to look like before the Traveler arrived.[74]

Mid-Golden Age[edit]

  • Clovis Bray begins developing technologies geared toward the colonization of the Solar System in the form of SIVA and Transmission. After going through several prototypes, SIVA is approved for deployment.[75][76]
  • Human settlements are established in the Asteroid Belt, subsequently becoming a treasure trove of industry.[78][79]
  • A a currency known as Silver is developed, and is later used by the Reef post-Collapse.[80]
  • Jupiter and its moons become a cornerstone of human civilization, lunar cities buried deep in ice shelves and within subaqueous oceans.[81]
  • A Colony ship, laden with SIVA, is sent to build new homes and ships for humanity on unknown worlds nine billion miles away.[82]
  • Dr. Willa Bray develops the first engram matter-encryption techniques based on relic crystals' unique datastatic properties.[83] Glimmer is presumably developed as a byproduct and used as a source of power.[84]

Late Golden Age[edit]

  • The Ishtar Collective captures a live Vex specimen[85] and nearly go mad until a Warmind intervenes.[86] They send a group of two hundred twenty seven proxies into the Vex ruins to explore the Vex network.[87]
  • The Future War Cult is founded by members of the Ishtar Collective[88] at Lhasa after experimenting with Vex technology. However the group disbands after many members either go insane, commit suicide, or leave out of ethical concerns.[89]
  • The first Exo are built to aid and protect humans[90] based off of experimental technology developed from studying the Vex.[87]
  • Members of the First Light colony investigate the tunnels beneath the Moon. They discover the Worms and the Hive nesting deep within, but do not survive to tell the tale.[91]

The Collapse[edit]

  • The Warmind Rasputin detects the sudden arrival and rapid approach of an unidentified entity outside the Solar System[92] with the aid of technology abandoned by the Future War Cult.[89] Recognizing the entity as a threat, Rasputin assumes control of humanity's Planetary Defense Network.[92]
  • A pilot designated SABER GREEN piloting the ship Secure ISIS communicates with ICE MINARET. Civilian launches are not scrubbed and colonization efforts are being pushed beyond schedule[72], to preserve secrecy. They are carrying an antimatter payload of one annihilation-pumped caedometric weapon codenamed RIGOR, and two other unknown devices codenamed SKYSHOCK and APEX. ICE MINARET remarks that they both know where the order came from.[93] Sometime later General Chen Lanshu glides around the Cosmodrome and speaks to submind Malahayati about the possibility of invasion and speculates whether or not the Traveler could have been an enemy.[72]
  • Rasputin attempts to defeat the Darkness using all available weapons, but to no avail. In a last ditch attempt to stop the impending doom, Rasputin enacts ABHORRENT IMPERATIVE, and prepares to fire upon the Traveler with his most powerful weapons, thereby coercing it into a "pseudoaltrusitic" defensive action, should it attempt to leave.[94] The Traveler, for reasons unknown, chooses to stay and fight.[95][96]
  • As all countermeasures fail to affect the entity and defeat becomes a certainty, Rasputin decides to enact YUGA SUNDOWN, and shuts down to protect itself, leaving billions of people to perish.[97][98]
  • On Mercury, Venus, and Mars, dormant Vex units reacting to the Collapse reactivate and begin terraforming several worlds. While Mercury is turned into a machine in days[99][100] the Vex spread is temporarily stalled by the Traveler.[101][100]
  • A massive spacecraft bearing a sigil of Golden Age Earth on its prow crashes on an unidentified battle-scarred world where over two dozen Exo soldiers fight a titanic battle with the Vex.[102]
  • The Collapse—the Darkness, the ancient enemy of the Traveler, arrives in the Solar System, precipitating the Collapse and the abrupt end of the Golden Age. Earth's defenders are steadily beaten back until humanity is threatened with extinction. Humanity is saved only through the intervention of the Traveler,[103] which sacrifices itself to stop the Darkness.[104] With its last breath, the Traveler creates the Ghosts, to seek out those who can wield its Light as a weapon.[105]
  • At some point during the Collapse, some humans seeking refuge from the Darkness flee into deep space.[106]
  • The Cabal, encountering no meaningful resistance from human defenses, establish a beachhead on Phobos for initiating the invasion of Mars.[110] On the planet however, the Cabal become engaged in a massive campaign of attrition with a native Vex programming called the Virgo Prohibition, who desperately attempts to protect the entrance to the Black Garden from an ever-expanding Exclusion Zone. This war will continue throughout the Dark Age and well into the City Age with little outside interference.[111]

Dark Age[edit]

Main article: Dark Age - According to various in game quotes, the Dark Age and the City ages that followed lasted for approximately four hundred years.[112]
  • In the aftermath of the Collapse comes the Dark Age. It is a time of vast suffering and terrible evil.[113]
  • The Fallen arrive in the Solar System in their Ketches to loot and pillage humanity's former worlds and colonies.[114]
  • Those humans who fled into space during the Collapse become the Awoken. Many take up residence in the Reef.[116]
  • Many survivors of the Collapse gather within secret enclaves in desperate attempts to survive.[117] Some Awoken return to Earth and the Exo emerge but their memories have been irreparably damaged.[113] Ghosts travel among the refugee columns, seeking the first Guardians.[113]
  • The Iron Lords confront the Warlord Segoth as he travels to a secluded village. After a bloody battle, the Iron Lords emerge victorious and Segoth is gunned down by Perun as he attempts to escape.[123]
  • As the Iron Lords gain renown, Exo Warlord Felwinter changes sides, out of a desire for peace and security, and gives his mountain to the Iron Lords, who rename it the as the Iron Temple.[124]
  • Rumors circulate of a haven beneath the Traveler.[113]
  • The Iron Lords challenge the Warlord Rience.[125]
  • Timur and Felwinter traverse the Arabian Shores in search of a facility belonging to Clovis Bray. While en-route, they are attacked by a group of Fallen before discovering an old Clovis Bray facility in the secluded wastes.[126]
  • Reports are made of a Cabal commander, Bracus Tho'ourg, who secured the Buried City on Mars with merely a fraction of the planet’s Cabal forces. The first Guardians who faced him died at some point between here and the City Age.[128]

The City Age[edit]

Main article: City Age - Many legends rise and fall during the City Age—the Lords of Iron; Saint-14; Toland and Osiris; the Speaker; and many others—not the least of which is a single Guardian, resurrected on the eve of the Darkness' return. Based on in-game quotes about the length of the Golden and Dark Ages, respectively, the City Age can be roughly dated as lasting a hundred years up to the games.

Founding[edit]

  • The Last City—survivors of the Collapse, human, Awoken, and Exo, travel from far and wide to the site of the inactive Traveler, and build the Last City beneath its protective aura.[129][130][131] The City Age begins.[132]
  • The Faction Wars—power struggles between various political factions for the support of the City's refugee masses escalate into a series of violent conflicts. Rezyl Azzir, a great leader and champion during those days, helps unite The Risen, and forms the Guardians, gaining him further fame. Together they end the bloodshed before the City is torn apart by the civil war, and focus on a new encroaching threat: the Fallen.[131]
  • The Consensus, a representative body through which the factions could pursue their agendas peacefully, is formed following the Faction Wars to jointly govern the City with the Speaker.[133][131] New Monarchy coalesces in the wake of the Wars.[134] In the aftermath,[131] the first Titans construct and defend the City's walls.[135]
  • As the City continues to rise, Rezyl and the swelling numbers of Guardians stand against the Fallen constantly.[131]
  • The Hive begin landing Seeder Ships on Earth in a centuries-long process intended to precede an invasion.[136] Guardians eventually first learn of the Hive's presence at the Rusted Lands, the future site of a Crucible arena.[137]
  • Toland, an esteemed and highly respected Warlock, is exiled from the Last City for his obsessive and dangerous studies on the Hive.[138] He continues his work unabated.
  • At some point, the first known voyage to the Reef is launched.[139]

Early City Age[edit]

  • The Battle of the Six Fronts—the first major attack weathered by the City. Four orders of Titans led by the Iron Lords defended six different approaches against an overwhelming enemy force. None of the orders faltered, and what could have been a disastrous defeat became instead a decisive victory.[132][140][141] The Iron Lords become known for their invincible patrols.[141]
  • The Iron Lords stumble on an old Clovis Bray research on SIVA, which points to its source, designated Site 6 in the Cosmodrome, Old Russia. There the Iron Lords, having grown to the hundreds (including the Iron Wolves), accidentally awaken the old Warmind Rasputin, who activates his defenses in retaliation, killing all but nine of the Iron Lords, who sacrifice themselves to contain SIVA after it proves uncontrollable to even Rasputin; only Saladin Forge returned to the City.[145][146][147][148]

Mid-City Age[edit]

  • The Battle of the Twilight Gap—the House of Devils leads the combined might of three Fallen Houses into an assault against the City.[149] The battle is joined at Twilight Gap, just outside the City's walls. Vanguard Commander Saladin Forge coordinates the City's defenses with his students Zavala and Shaxx.[150] Though many Guardians fall in the ensuing battle, the united Fallen Houses are driven off with heavy casualties. In the aftermath of the Guardians' hard-won victory, the outermost sections of the City are evacuated and converted into fortifications, and the Vanguard decides to take a more proactive stance in fighting the forces of the Darkness by deploying strike teams against high value enemy targets.[132][151][152][153]
  • The Reef Wars—as Twilight Gap rages on Earth, the Awoken of the Reef ally with the Nine to subdue the powerful House of Wolves. Battles include the Hildian Campaign and the Raze of Amethyst.[154][155][156] After their Kell Virixas is killed, a brutal civil war among the Wolves ensues which sees Skolas emerge as the new Kell. Following Skolas's capture at the Cybele Uprising, the Wolves surrender and swear fealty to the Queen of the Reef rather than be totally destroyed.[157] The Queen seals their nobility in the Prison of Elders and allows the rest to serve as her personal guards and servants.[158][159]
  • Petra Venj is exiled to the Last City to serve as the Queen's Emissary as penance for murdering nine Guardians and their Ghosts because of a miscommunication between the Awoken and the Vanguard. Sometime during this exile she writes a letter asking to come home.[160][161]
  • Following the Reef Wars, the Cabal commander Valus Trau'ug attempts to authorize an invasion of the Reef.[162] When he is denied by his superiors, Trau'ug massacres his own officers in an act of mutiny and leads his most loyal soldiers against the Queen.[162] Trau'ug fails utterly as both he and his Broken Legion are interned in the Prison of Elders by unknown means.[162] Their ships end up as part of the Reef graveyard.
  • In the aftermath of the Reef Wars and the Twilight Gap, numerous rogues and outcasts of the Fallen houses band together to form the House of Exile on the moon and start to plunder the Hive fortress there.[163][164]
  • Osiris begins to tire of repeitive missions and unproductive Cryptarch sessions and is noticed by the Speaker, who makes him an apprentice.[142] However Osiris' desire for truth about the purpose of Guardians and the nature of Darkness seemingly drives him to madness.[142] His obsession with the nature of the Darkness and misuse of resources eventually would eventually force the Speaker to exile him after the Battle of Twilight Gap[165], as the Speaker believed he had become as obsessed with the Vex as Toland, the Shattered had with the Hive. After a bitter argument with the Speaker Osiris himself vanished.[142]
  • The Crusade of Saint-14—after Twilight Gap, the legendary Titan and Exo Saint-14 rallies an army of Guardians to attack the Fallen surrounding the Last City.[166] His campaign is successful and Fallen attacks on the City temporarily abate. During the campaign, he personally fights and kills Solkis, Devil Kell.[132][167][168] Shortly thereafter he goes in search of Osiris at the behest of the Speaker, heading for Murcury.[167]
  • A fireteam consisting of Praedyth, Pahanin, Kabr, and three unknown Guardians land on Venus and breaches the Vault of Glass, hoping to destroy Atheon, along with whatever secrets the Vex have hidden there, and return to the City in glory. The assault is a disaster, as Kabr's team encounter the Templar, whose impregnable shields and powerful weapons force the team deeper into the Vault of Glass.[171] Only Pahanin escapes the Vault.[172] One member, Praedyth is trapped by the Vex and lost in time[173][174], and the remaining Guardians are erased from existence.[171] Kabr himself is not killed but instead goes mad[175], becoming obsessed with the Vex[176], fashioning armor and weapons from their corpses.[177] In the end Kabr does not die but is assimilated by the Vex.[178] In his last act Kabr creates the Aegis, a weapon capable of piercing the Templar's shields, so that future fireteams will not meet his fate.[179]

Late City Age[edit]

  • Rezyl Azzir goes to the Moon to "search [for] nightmares", and is "invited" in by Hive Wizard Xyor, the Blessed. Only his Ghost returns to warn the City of the coming war.[180]
  • Battle of Burning Lake—the Hive invade Earth and make first contact with the Guardians. Though the Guardians beat them back, Shaxx unsuccessfully attempts to dissuade the Consensus from ordering a counterattack[181], realizing that the Hive's power needed to be understood before they could engage.[181] Undeterred, he begins developing the lost art of swordsmithing, reverse-engineering the dreaded Hive blades for use by Guardians.[182]
  • The Great Disaster—the Guardians launch an audacious offensive to reclaim the Moon from the Hive. The Hive Prince Crota, the son of their God-King Oryx, brutally repels the attack, personally leading the Hive's forces and killing scores of Guardians with his fabled sword. Humbled, the Vanguard orders a full retreat and declares the Moon off-limits, hoping that the Hive will lose interest and refrain from invading Earth.[183][184][185]
  • Seeking to avenge their lost allies, Eriana-3 leads a fireteam of Guardians consisting of Eris Morn, Vell Tarlowe, Omar Agah, Sai Mota, and Toland, the Shattered to the Moon to hunt down Crota. Though they succeed in destroying Crota's physical form, the Hive catch and preserve his soul. As the Guardians try to flee, they are killed one by one until only Eris remains. Eris survives in the Hive's tunnels for years before escaping and later becoming one of Ikora Rey's Hidden.[186][187]
  • Andal Brask, the Hunter Vanguard, falls in battle with the vicious Fallen mercenary Taniks. Cayde-6 reluctantly assumes Brask's post in memory of his deceased friend.[192][193]
  • Holborn's Host investigates the Dust Palace on Mars, seeking a Warmind. While preparing for their assault on the Dust Palace, Holborn discovers a lost Ghost and attempts to communicate with it before inviting it to join them on their mission.[194][195]
  • An unknown Hunter recons the Ishtar ruins searching for the Fallen House of Winter's Kellship. She is ambushed by Fallen troops before finally locating their Ketch. Rather than assaulting it herself, the Hunter instructs her Ghost to alert the Vanguard that Draksis, Winter Kell is at the Cinders.[204]

Many Years From Now - 28th Century[edit]

Main article: Destiny - Based on the Rise of Iron's background and introduction, the in-game events can be extrapolated to two years, with Rise of Iron taking place a year after The Taken King.[205][206]

Destiny[edit]

  • The Guardian returns to the Cosmodrome in search of a Warp Drive to restore their ship's ability for interplanetary travel. Accessing an old information hub, Ghost leads the Guardian back to where they found their ship in order to reclaim a Warp Drive from Riksis, Devil Archon. The Guardian succeeds in defeating him and returns to the Tower to meet with the Speaker. Back at the Tower, the Speaker confides in them that the Darkness is returning and tasks the Guardian with joining the others in pushing back the Darkness until the Traveler can be restored.[208]
  • The Speaker asks Guardians to look into the renewed Fallen activity near the old Skywatch. The Guardian infiltrates the Lunar Complex and discovers the Hive have returned to Earth, before confronting and killing the Hive Wizard Gotra.[209]
  • The Vanguard reports that the Fallen are tearing into machines all over the Cosmodrome. Convinced they are not just looting the place, the Guardian investigates and discovers the Warmind Rasputin is still alive and keeping the Fallen from accessing the Array.[210] The Guardian tracks down codes to raise an ancient array to connect with the other long-lost Golden Age colonies. After fighting off the Hive, the Guardian reactivates the Array and Rasputin swiftly takes control, connecting with defense constructs all across the system.[211]
  • The Guardian picks up the trail of another Guardian who went dark searching for a way into the Hive Fortress. After hacking the colony base, the Guardian travels to the Temple of Crota where they fight off members of the House of Exile and the Hive, before killing Vurok. The Guardian recovers the dead Ghost and learns that the Hive are raising an army to invade Earth.[212]
  • In an attempt to uncover what the Hive are planning, the Guardian infiltrates the The World's Grave and kills Kranox, the Graven. The Guardian's Ghost then steals as much data as possible before the two return to warn the City.[214]
  • Infiltrating the Hellmouth once more, the Guardian claims the Sword of Crota and defeats the Swarm Princes. With its makers slain, the Sword shatters.[215] Following a lead from the vanished Warlock Osiris, the Guardian searches the darkest corners of the Hellmouth for the fabled Shrine of Oryx. After killing Frigoris, Exiled Baron and his Fallen crew, the Guardian defeats Sardok, Eye of Oryx and destroys the Shrine.[216]
  • The Speaker broadcasts an urgent transmission to all Guardians claiming that a Hive ritual is draining the Traveler's Light. The Guardian returns to the Hive temple and after receiving a message from the Exo Stranger, inviting them to come find her if they are successful, kills the Siphon Witches, effectively preventing them from stealing any more of the Traveler's Light. [217]
  • Following the Stranger's coordinates, the Guardian travels to Venus where they are ambushed by the Vex. After defeating the Vex forces in the vicinity, the Guardian meets with the Exo Stranger, who tells them that they must find the Black Garden and rip out its heart in order to allow the Traveler to heal. Before the Guardian can ask anymore questions, the Exo Stranger is contacted by someone unknown before teleporting away.[218]
  • Arriving at the Reef, the Guardian seeks an audience with the Queen and is informed that they must obtain the eye of a Vex Gate Lord in order to enter the Black Garden. The Queen then charges the Guardian that they owe her in exchange for her information, and the Guardian acknowledges.[219]
  • The Guardian then travels to an old research station of the Ishtar Collective, and analyzes a Vex mind core, giving them vital intel on the nature of the Vex as well as the means with which to summon a Gate Lord.[220] While at the Ishtar Academy, the Guardian kills Graliks, Winter Baron and secures an ancient Golden Age Archive for the Cryptarchs.[221]
  • Raiding the House of Winter's hideout, the Guardian assaults the Ketch of their leader and kills Draksis, Winter Kell.[222]
  • On Mars, an Exo Guardian sent by Cayde-6 hunts Valus Tua'aurc by the sound of his radio traffic. Observing a clash between a Vex battalion and Cabal fortifications, a "LIDAR" sweep is sensed by the Exo; moments later, a railgun or ram accelerator in orbit fires, sending thousands of metal "flechettes" to cause havoc among the Cabal and Vex.[223] Other places elsewhere on Mars are presumably destroyed by Rasputin's weapons.
  • Returning to the Reef, the Guardian brings the Gate Lord's head before the Queen who gifts its eye to them in sympathy for their Traveler. She then gives them the coordinates to the Black Garden including a way to repower the Gate Lord's eye.[226]
  • The Guardian infiltrates a Cabal survey post and secures their research into the Vex Spire.[227]
  • The Guardian clears out the Cabal occupying the ruins of Freehold and explores what remains.[228]
  • Battling their way through a Cabal hardpoint, the Guardian reaches the Garden's Spire and kills Primus Sha'aul. While en route to the Garden, the Guardian shuts down a series of Vex gates beneath the subway tunnels of Freehold, and discovers that the Vex are being summoned to protect the Black Garden.[229] Succefully recharging Zydron's Eye, the Guardian is transported to the Black Garden.[230]
  • Within the Black Garden, the Guardian confronts the Sol Progeny and defeats them, destroying the Black Heart. Back on Mars, the Guardian is summoned to the Tower, where the Speaker gives a victory speech. Meanwhile, the Exo Stranger converses with the Guardian inside the Hangar and gifts them with her rifle before leaving abruptly again. The Guardian then repowers their ship and takes off into orbit as they prepare for their next mission.[231]
  • A Guardian fireteam descends into the depths of the Hellmouth, and kills Phogoth, the Untamed before the Hive can unleash it on the City.[232]
  • The Vex attempt to transform Venus into another machine in their network. Luckily, a fireteam of Guardians descends far below the Ishtar Academy and slays Sekrion, Nexus Mind, dealing a devastating blow to Vex efforts on Venus. [233][234]
  • Commander Zavala tasks Guardians with taking out Cabal High Command, and sends a fireteam to lead an assault on the Cabal Imperial Land Tank and take out their leader Valus Ta'aurc, breaking the Cabal's grip on the lost city of Freehold.[235]
  • The Cabal unleash the Psion Flayers to locate an ancient machine buried in the Dust Palace. In response, a Guardian fireteam is deployed to secure whatever it is the Cabal are searching for. The Flayers are defeated, and Rasputin locks down the machine.[236]
  • The Reef begins offering bounties for high-profile Fallen targets.[160][161]

The Dark Below[edit]

  • Eris Morn returns to the Tower, warning of an impending Hive invasion led by a resurrected Crota. Under Eris' direction, the Guardian searches the Cosmodrome for Sardon, Fist of Crota and slays the Hive general within the waterlogged caves of the Grottos. [237]
  • As the Hive lay siege to one of Rasputin's war bunkers, the Guardian repels them, successfully securing the old Warmind within its vault once more.[238]
  • The Guardian halts a Hive ritual on the Moon intended to resurrect Crota.[239]
  • The Undying Mind attempts to summon back the Black Heart but is destroyed by a team of Guardians despite its efforts to seal the Black Garden outside of time again.[240]
  • A team of Guardians track down and kill Crota's last general, Omnigul, temporarily halting the Hive invasion of Earth.[241]
  • A team of six Guardians infiltrates the Hellmouth and enters Crota's realm, the Oversoul Throne, where he is finally killed permanently.[242]

The House of Wolves[edit]

  • The Reef is betrayed by the Fallen House of Wolves, led by their Kell Skolas, who wrests control of the House of Winter and declares himself as the legendary Kell of Kells. In response, the Queen of the Reef opens her realm to the Guardians to enact her vengeance.[243]
  • Skolas' Silent Fang is stopped from usurping power from the House of Devils.[244]
  • Skolas' Wolves begins attacking Vex strongholds across the Ishtar Sink and break into the Vault of Glass attempting to augment their army with its mysterious technology, before being foiled by the Guardian and the Oracles destroyed. [246]
  • The Guardian tracks Skolas to the Vex Citadel where he has begun pulling the entire House of Wolves through time. After a final battle atop the Citadel, Skolas is captured and sent to face the Queen.[247]
  • Skolas is killed in the Prison of Elders at the hands of a fireteam by order of the Queen.[249]

The Taken King[edit]

  • Petra Venj detects the Hive Dreadnaught orbiting the rings of Saturn and orders all Reef assets to mobilize,[250] following a conversation between Queen Mara Sov and Eris Morn and presumably Osiris on Oryx's imminent arrival.[251]
  • The Awoken space fleet engages the Dreadnaught and a small fleet of Hive warships escorted by thousands of Tombships; Uldren Sov leads his fighter wings to scatter the Hive fleet whilst from behind the Queen and her Techeun Coven summon the Harbingers,[252] as part of a predetermined plan.[253] The Harbingers destroy much of Oryx's fleet, ripping through enemy vessels with ease, but leave no marks upon the Dreadnaught itself. Oryx ends the battle by firing his ship's main cannon, destroying both his and the Queen's fleets in a single Pyrrhic stroke and force him to forestal his advance.[252] The Queen and major parts of Reef leadership, including Paladin Abra Zire, and Techeun Shuro, are considered missing in action.[254]
  • Primus Ta'aun suspends all Cabal mining operations and recon on Phobos pending investigation of a trans-Jovian threat,[252] while mysterious anomalies are reported across the Skyburners' Keep.[255]
  • The Vanguard intercepts a distress signal on all channels, broadcasting from the Skyburners fortress of Fleetbase Korus on Phobos. The Guardian is dispatched in order to investigate, but upon their arrival they find the Skyburners have been slaughtered. Oryx reveals himself to the Guardian, willing into existence the first wave of his army of corrupted Cabal and Hive called the Taken, led by Syrok, Word of Oryx. The Vanguard scrubs the mission and orders the Guardian to return. Fighting through hordes of Taken the Guardian finally reaches the transmat zone where their ship is waiting, and escapes.[252]
  • The Cabal deploy their reserve force, the Skyburners, in a direct attack on Dreadnaught. After the Skyburners' Primus is Taken however, their offensive crumbles. [citation needed] A lone unit aboard the Cabal ship, Dantalion Exodus VI, sends a distress signal to the head of the Empire, only to be wiped out by Guardians. Nevertheless their message is believed to have reached its intended target.[256]
  • The Vanguard discusses the arrival of Oryx’s Dreadnaught over a hologram Ghost collected,[257] analysing its weapon to find a way to slip past while reflecting upon Mara Sov's sacrifice. Eris Morn interrupts them, proclaiming that her “stone” has spoken for the first time since Crota’s defeat and has told her Oryx was coming to finish what his son started. Cayde-6 leaves the discussion to “see about a ship”.[252]
  • Realizing the Taken to be too deadly a threat to take lightly, the Vanguard send Guardians to rediscover lost powers of their forebearers. Hunters learn to harness the Void and become Nightstalkers,[258][259][260] Warlocks travel to Mars and mediate upon the Arc to become Stormcallers,[261][262][263] and Titans explore Mercury in search of the mercenary Sunbreakers only to find they were obliterated by the Vex, before reigniting the forge with the help of the Sunbreakers' Third Empyreal Magistrate Ouros.[264][265][266]
  • Cayde-6 directs the Guardian to one of the dead colony ships in Old Russia, where he had previously hidden a modified stealth drive capable of getting the Guardian past the superweapon and into the Dreadnaught to face Oryx. Upon touching down in The Blast, just outside of the Fallen House of Devils' lair, the Guardian discovers that the Taken have already reached Earth and have begun overwhelming the Fallen. After defeating an Echo of Oryx, and retrieving the stealth drive, the Guardian returns to the Tower.[267]
  • In the Hangar Cayde convinces Amanda Holliday to install the stealth drive on Eris' ship and arrange a “test flight” for the Guardian to infiltrate the Dreadnaught in order to establish a beachhead after disabling its super weapon.[267]
  • With the stealth drive equipped, the Guardian travels to Saturn and reaches the Dreadnaught. Just as the drive malfunctions, causing the Dreadnaught to destroy Eris' ship, the Guardian is transmatted onto the Dreadnaught by their Ghost. They then proceeds to disable the superweapon and establish a transmat zone for reinforcements before returning to the Tower. Cayde leaves to speak with Eris about the loss of her ship.[268]
  • The Guardian breaks into the crashed Cabal gunship, Dantalion Exodus VI, and steals information that the Cabal have secured on Oryx. The Guardian fights their way to a portal called the Rupture, and after defeating an Echo of Oryx discovers they must become Ascendant in order to enter.[269]
  • The Guardian travels to back to the Moon where they obtain a shard of the Hive crystal used to hold Crota's soul and defeated its Gravekeeper, but are discovered by Oryx, who sends his Taken after them. While escaping the Guardian stumbles upon an open entrance to Wolfship Kaliks-Syn and rids the ship of Taken.[270]
  • The Guardian then goes to collect more stealth technology from Rasputin in order to infiltrate Crota's funeral. Along the way the Guardian eliminates a Taken Centurion and collects a mysterious item.[271]
  • Guardians answer Rasputin's call for aid in fending off a Fallen attack led by S.A.B.E.R.-2, a giant super-powered Shank, as the Devils attempt to gain control of the warsat network.[272]
  • The Guardian enters Crota's netherworld, and sneaks their way to his tomb and acquires enough of his essence to become Ascendant. Crota's sisters lead a procession of Deathsingers in the dirge, along with a full contingent of guards, but the Guardian is successful in their mission. They are discovered by Oryx however, and he sends his Taken—Ta'aun and Baxx among them—to kill the Guardian. Eris intervenes,and transports the Guardian to safety.[273]
  • Armed with Crota's soul, the Guardian returns to the Dreadnaught and using the Essence, is able to pass through the Rupture and confronts the Taken King before subsequently destroying his physical form, forcing his soul to retreat to his Throne World.[274] Eris meanwhile takes apart Willbreaker and retrieves its shard.[274]
  • In the wake of the Dreadnaught's Campaign, Commander Zavala tasks Cayde-6 with establishing patrol beacons across the Dreadnaught.[275]
  • Dead Orbit detects the Skyburner's transmission to the stars and sends the Guardians to put an end to it. During the op, Vro'ourn, Fist of Oryx is killed.[276]
  • On Venus, Guardians destroy an Echo of Oryx and return to the emptied Vault of Glass hoping to rescue Praedyth from his timeless prison, but discover that a Vex Hydra tasked by Oryx to co-opt the Nexus' power, is blighting and corrupting the Vex network. Luckily for the Vex, Morphon, Blighted Mind is destroyed by Guardians and Praedyth is freed from their control, with his centuries-old remains being found in a small room within the deepest parts of the Vault.[279]
  • A fireteam led by the Guardian, infiltrates Oryx Ascendant Realm,[280] kills his Warpriest Golgoroth, and his daughters, and finally the Taken King himself.[280]
  • A Taken Warbeast, Malok, Pride of Oryx, attempts to rally the remaining Taken from the Hellmouth. Malok is discovered however and a strike team eliminates him in a last stand at the Shrine of Oryx.[282]
  • The Guardians eliminate two more Taken Echoes on both Earth and Mars.[283][284]
  • The House of Wolves regroups on Mars and rebuilds their previous Prime Servitor, Orbiks Prime. Under Orbiks' direction, the Wolves attempt to establish a base in the Blind Legion's former keep, coming into conflict with local Cabal forces. The Guardian tracks down Orbiks Prime and eliminates it, scattering the House of Wolves once more.[285]

Rise of Iron[edit]

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  • The Transmission Incident—field reports are made from Guardians whose armor have become infested with "tech mites", which manifest as swarms of colorful specks that swirl around their heads. Unable to contain the mites' spread among the Guardians, the Owl Sector and Vanguard instead implemented a quarantine on the Last City in order to prevent non-Guardians' exposure.
  • Bypass Authority Berriole travels to the Dust Palace to learn the origin of the tech mites. Following a set of tracks to a lab, she finds various locked storage cabinets had been cut or blasted open. Further investigation yields the mites were linked to a Clovis Bray project overseen by a Dr. Zarin Shirazi who worked under Dr. Willa Bray and that the tech mites were actually a nanomachine therapy to improve subjects' intelligence and strength for the Golden Age's colonization effort. After sealing Shirazi's lab, however, Berriole becomes aware that the tracks which led to the lab appeared to have been made by Fallen, implying that a group of Fallen (possibly the Splicers) were responsible for the incident.[286] Eventually, a third of all Guardians become affected by at least one variety of tech mite, prompting the Vanguard to further tighten the City's quarantine.
  • The Owl Sector's Liaison to the Vanguard, Shun Li, accidentally becomes exposed to a sample of tech mites and loses consciousness soon after, forcing his fellow operative Ramos to take on the duties of Acting Liaison. Fortunately, the countermeasure to the tech mites is discovered among Shirazi's records, and the combined efforts of the Owl Sector's research corps, the Hidden, and the Techeuns succeed in replicating it. Shun is revived, and the cure administered to the Guardians, much to their dismay. With the crisis ended, the Owl Sector is returned to standby status.[287]
  • The Fallen House of Devils begins digging into old Golden Age research labs all over the system, eventually returning to the Cosmodrome while shifting massive amounts of resources to a previously dark region of Old Russia. Concerned the SIVA Plague may have been discovered by the House of Devils, and unleashed upon the Cosmodrome, Lord Saladin personally leads the counterattack to contain the threat.[288]
  • A Fallen force captures Felwinter Peak. Unable to get there in time, Lord Saladin orders the Guardian to secure the observatory at the top before it is too late. After defending the mountaintop from several waves of Fallen forces, the Guardian reaches the Iron Temple before defeating Sepiks Perfected in the courtyard, keeping the Fallen from the temple long enough for Saladin to arrive with reinforcements, but Sepiks escapes.[288]
  • Lord Saladin then sends the Guardian to pursue Sepiks Perfected into a transformed Cosmodrome in order to learn the extent of the SIVA outbreak. In the Cosmodrome, the Guardian encounters the Hive who are being driven into the open somehow. The Guardian then seeks out a monitoring station responsible for keeping the sensor grid online and retrieves vital sensor logs that provide valuable insight into the Fallen activity. [288]
  • Pushing further into the Cosmodrome, the Guardian discovers that the Fallen have taken control of several Golden Age gun positions near the Triglav Bunker. Upon reaching the Bunker, the Guardian destroys two SIVA enhanced shield generators before disabling the enemy guns.[289]
  • Having observed that the Hive have begun hitting the Splicers near a beached Tanker, Shiro tasks the Guardian with discovering why they are at each other's throats. The Guardian arrives at the Giant's Husk expecting to encounter hostilities, but finds the Hive engaged in all out war. After the Guardian recovers a coded relay from a defeated Devil Splicer, Shiro deduces that the Hive may be attempting to reclaim something stolen and tasks the Guardian with exploring the Overpass for further clues. Working off of the pointers obtained from their exploration, the Guardian takes off for the Archon's keep in search of Hive or Fallen activity. At the keep, the Guardian discovers the Fallen Splicers are experimenting with the Hive, prompting them to seek out the Splicer's High Priest in order to end his madness.[citation needed]
  • Kovik, Splicer Priest invades a Hive nest located within Bunker Triglav. After a team of Guardians destroy a network of SIVA Nodes, which are augmenting the Silos' old defense protocols and keeping the facility sealed tight, they descend into the Hive Nest and kill Kovik, as well as a captive Hive Ogre the Fallen Priest had infused with SIVA.[290]
  • Back at the Iron Temple, Lord Saladin meets with the Guardian and tells them the story of the Iron Lords, and how they attempted to co-opt SIVA against all of Rasputin's attempts to stop them (including eliminating all but nine of the Iron Lords in the process). In the end, revealing how SIVA ultimately corrupted many of the Iron Lords by turning their weapons and armor against them, forcing Jolder to seal herself and all of the Iron Lords except for Saladin within the Bunker rather than let SIVA escape. Saladin then realizes the Fallen have not yet mastered SIVA, and sends the Guardian to meet with Tyra, a Cryptarch well versed in the origins of SIVA, and also one who might know the source of the Fallen's discoveries.[289]
  • The Guardian then travels to an old Clovis Bray research lab following a hunch from Timur, who believes the answer to the Fallen's weakness may lie with the ancient SIVA prototypes. After clearing the facility of the Cabal, the Guardian locates an old archive that reveals information on several types of nanotech designed for differing purposes. The Guardian is then attacked by a Cabal force which they promptly eliminate before returning to the Iron temple.[291]
  • Communing with the Guardian, Lord Saladin informs them that Shiro-4 has analyzed the Clovis Bray data and found a way to temporarily disrupt the Splicers' control over it. The Guardian is then tasked to descend into the SIVA replication complex in order to cut its ability to replicate itself. On the way, they reverse the power cells in the SIVA reactor, temporarily cutting off the Splicer's SIVA supply. Infiltrating the Archon's Keep, the Guardian descends deeper into the facility and after confronting the Remnant of Felwinter, destroys the SIVA Replicator via a self destruct mechanism.[292]
  • Returning to the Iron Temple once more, the Guardian retuns Jolder's broken helmet to Lord Saladin who thanks the Guardian and subsequently gifts them a Sword, pronouncing the Guardian as the next generation of Iron Lord.[293]
  • A Guardian fireteam descends into the Hellmouth to stop the Devil Splicers from stealing unborn Hive Ogres for their crazed rituals, and eliminate them, killing the Hive Abomination the Devils nearly took.[citation needed]
  • Brokering an alliance with Taniks' crew the Splicers resurrect Taniks the Scarred using SIVA, augmenting him into Taniks Perfected. Shortly after, a team of Guardians eliminate him.[citation needed]
  • The Vex finally discover how to manifest their ontological power outside of the Vault and augment Sekrion with it, but are unable to keep the Taken from corrupting the Mind, transforming it into Sekrion, Subverted Mind. A team of Guardians, with the aid of the Aegis, destroy both it and the Taken, and any lingering Vex.[citation needed]

Destiny 2[edit]

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  112. ^ Bungie (2014/9/9), Destiny: Playstation 4, Activision Blizzard, King of the Mountain
  113. ^ a b c d Bungie (2014//6/12), Destiny, Activision Blizzard, Grimoire: The Dark Age
  114. ^ Bungie (2014/9/9), Destiny: PlayStation 4, Activision Blizzard, Grimoire: Fallen
  115. ^ Bungie (2014/9/9), Destiny: PlayStation 4, Activision Blizzard, Lakshmi-2: Quotes
  116. ^ Bungie (2014/9/9), Destiny: PlayStation 4, Activision Blizzard, Grimoire: Awoken
  117. ^ Bungie (2014/9/9), Destiny: PlayStation 4, Activision Blizzard, Grimoire: Ghost Fragment: The Dark Age
  118. ^ Planet Destiny - Takanome Ranger 1.0 chest
  119. ^ Planet Destiny - Ayane Takanome's Cloak
  120. ^ Planet Destiny - Takanome Ranger 1.0 gauntlets
  121. ^ Planet Destiny - Takanome Ranger 1.0 helmet
  122. ^ Bungie (2016/9/20), Destiny: PlayStation 4, Activision Blizzard, Grimoire: Lord Radegast
  123. ^ Bungie (2016/9/20), Destiny: PlayStation 4, Activision Blizzard, Grimoire: Lady Perun
  124. ^ a b Bungie (2016/9/20), Destiny: PlayStation 4, Activision Blizzard, Grimoire: Lord Felwinter
  125. ^ Bungie (2016/9/20), Destiny: PlayStation 4, Activision Blizzard, Grimoire: Lady Jolder
  126. ^ Bungie (2016/9/20), Destiny: PlayStation 4, Activision Blizzard, Grimoire: Lord Timur
  127. ^ Bungie (2015/5/14), Destiny, Activision Blizzard, Item Description: Mark of the Pilgrim Guard
  128. ^ Bungie (2014/9/9), Destiny: PlayStation 4, Activision Blizzard, Grimoire: Bracus Tho'ourg
  129. ^ Bungie.net: The City
  130. ^ Bungie.net: Pathways out of Darkness
  131. ^ a b c d e f Bungie (2015/9/20), Destiny: The Taken King, Activision Blizzard, Grimoire: Rezyl Azzir - Before These Walls
  132. ^ a b c d e Bungie (2015/5/14), Destiny, Activision Blizzard, Grimoire: The City Age
  133. ^ Bungie (2015-14-5), Destiny, Activision Blizzard, Grimoire: Factions
  134. ^ Bungie (2015-14-5), Destiny, Activision Blizzard, Grimoire: New Monarchy
  135. ^ Bungie.net: Destiny: Titan
  136. ^ Bungie (2014/9/9), Destiny: Playstation 4, Activision Blizzard, The Dark Within
  137. ^ Bungie (2015/5/14), Destiny, Activision Blizzard, Grimoire: The Rusted Lands
  138. ^ Bungie (2014/9/9), Destiny: PlayStation 4, Activision Blizzard, Item Description: Toland's Legacy
  139. ^ Bungie (2014/9/9), Destiny: PlayStation 4, Activision Blizzard, Grimoire: Ghost Fragment:Awoken
  140. ^ Bungie (2014/9/9), Destiny, Activision Blizzard, Item Description: Mark of the Six Fronts
  141. ^ a b Bungie (2015/5/19), Destiny: House of Wolves, PlayStation 4, Activision Blizzard, Grimoire: Iron Banner
  142. ^ a b c d Bungie (2014/9/9), Destiny: PlayStation 4, Activision Blizzard, Grimoire: Osiris
  143. ^ Bungie (2015/5/14), Destiny, Activision Blizzard, Item Description: Legend of Six Coyotes
  144. ^ Bungie (2015/5/14), Destiny, Activision Blizzard, Item Description: Coyote's Luck
  145. ^ Bungie (2016/9/15), Destiny: PlayStation 4, Activision Blizzard, Grimoire: Ghost Fragment: Rasputin 6
  146. '^ Bungie (2016/9/15), Destiny: PlayStation 4, Activision Blizzard, Grimoire: Dormant SIVA: Iron Lords 2.5
  147. '^ Bungie (2016/9/15), Destiny: PlayStation 4, Activision Blizzard, Grimoire: Dormant SIVA: Iron Lords 2.6
  148. ^ YouTube: Destiny - Rise of Iron - The Plaguelands (After Mission Cutscene)
  149. ^ Bungie (2014/9/9), Destiny: PlayStation 4, Activision Blizzard, Grimoire: House of Devils
  150. ^ Bungie (2015-14-5), Destiny, Activision Blizzard, Grimoire: Iron Banner Rep
  151. ^ Bungie (2014/5/14), Destiny, Activision Blizzard, Item Description: Sanction Six (Helmet)
  152. ^ Bungie (2014-14-5), Destiny, Activision Blizzard, Item Description: Cloak of the Shadowjacks
  153. ^ Reddit: Gjallarhorn Art Book Preview
  154. ^ Bungie (2015/5/14), Destiny, Activision Blizzard, Item Description: Wolves' Bane
  155. ^ Bungie (2015/9/19), Destiny: PlayStation 4, Activision Blizzard, Grimoire: WANTED: Grayor, Wolf Assassin
  156. ^ Bungie (2015/5/19), Destiny: PlayStation 4, Activision Blizzard, Item Description: Wanted: Drevis, Wolf Baroness
  157. ^ Bungie (2015/5/19), Destiny, Activision Blizzard, Item Description: Mark of the Wolves
  158. ^ Bungie (2015/5/19), Destiny, Activision Blizzard, Grimoire: Ghost Fragment: The Queen
  159. ^ Bungie (2015/5/19), Destiny, Activision Blizzard, Item Description: Her Mercy
  160. ^ a b Bungie (2014/9/23), Destiny: PlayStation 4, Activision Blizzard, Grimoire: Queen's Wrath
  161. ^ a b Bungie (2014/9/23), Destiny: Playstation 4, Activision Blizzard, Grimoire: The Queen's Emissary
  162. ^ a b c Bungie (2015/5/19), Destiny: PlayStation 4, Activision Blizzard, Grimoire: Valus Trau'ug
  163. ^ Bungie (2014/9/9), Destiny: House of Wolves, Playstation 4, Activision Blizzard, Grimoire: House of Exile
  164. ^ Bungie (2014/9/9), Destiny: Playstation 4, Activision Blizzard
  165. ^ Bungie (2015-5-19), Destiny: House of Wolves, PlayStation 4, Activision Blizzard, Item Description: Mark of the Exile
  166. ^ Bungie (2014/9/9), Destiny: PlayStation 4, Activision Blizzard, Item Description: Cloak of the Skypillar
  167. ^ a b Bungie (2014/9/9), Destiny: PlayStation 4, Activision Blizzard, Grimoire: Legend: Saint 14
  168. ^ Bungie (2014/9/9), Destiny: PlayStation 4, Activision Blizzard, Item Description: Arihant Type 1/2/3/4/5/6 (Helmet)
  169. ^ Bungie (2015/9/17), Destiny: The Taken King, PlayStation 4, Activision Blizzard, Grimoire: Bannerfall
  170. ^ Bungie (2015-14-5), Destiny, Activision Blizzard, Grimoire: Ghost Fragment: The City Age
  171. ^ a b Bungie (2014/9/9), Destiny: PlayStation 4, Activision Blizzard, Grimoire: Vault of Glass
  172. ^ Bungie (2014/9/9), Destiny: PlayStation 4, Activision Blizzard, Grimoire: Super Good Advice
  173. ^ Bungie (2015/9/20), Destiny: PlayStation 4, Activision Blizzard, Grimoire: Mystery: Praedyth's Door
  174. ^ Bungie (2015/9/20), Destiny: Playstation 4, Activision Blizzard, Paradox
  175. ^ Bungie (2014/9/9), Destiny: PlayStation 4, Activision Blizzard, Item Description: Kabr's Lifegiving Treads
  176. ^ Bungie (2014/9/9), Destiny: PlayStation 4, Activision Blizzard, Item Description: Kabr's Wrath
  177. ^ Bungie (2014/9/9), Destiny: PlayStation 4, Activision Blizzard, Item Description: Kabr's Defending Grasp
  178. ^ Bungie (2014/9/9), Destiny: PlayStation 4, Activision Blizzard, Item Description: Faceguard of Kabr
  179. ^ Bungie (2014/9/9), Destiny: PlayStation 4, Activision Blizzard, Grimoire: Relic: The Aegis
  180. ^ Bungie (2016/9/20), Destiny: PlayStation 4, Activision Blizzard, Grimoire: Legends and Mysteries: Rezyl Azzir
  181. ^ a b Bungie (2015/9/15), Destiny: PlayStation 4, Activision Blizzard, Grimoire: Raze-Lighter
  182. '^ Bungie (2015/9/15), Destiny: PlayStation 4, Activision Blizzard, Grimoire: Bolt-Caster
  183. ^ Bungie (2015/5/14), Destiny, Activision Blizzard, Grimoire: The Ocean of Storms
  184. ^ Bungie (2015/5/14), Destiny, Activision Blizzard, Grimoire: Ghost Fragment: The Ocean of Storms
  185. ^ Bungie (2015/5/14), Destiny, Activision Blizzard, Grimoire: Ghost Fragment: Warlock 2
  186. ^ Bungie (2015/5/14), Destiny, Activision Blizzard, Grimoire: Crota's Bane
  187. ^ Bungie (2015/5/19), Destiny: PlayStation 4, Activision Blizzard, Grimoire: Crota's End
  188. ^ Bungie (2015/5/14), Destiny, Activision Blizzard, Grimoire: Ghost Fragment: Legends 3
  189. ^ Bungie (2014/9/9), Destiny: PlayStation 4, Activision Blizzard, Item Description: Salicin Fen I
  190. ^ Bungie (2015-14-5), Destiny, Activision Blizzard, Grimoire: Ghost Fragment: Warlock
  191. ^ Bungie (2014/9/9), Destiny: PlayStation 4, Activision Blizzard, Item Description: Ahamkara Scale
  192. ^ Bungie (2015/5/14), Destiny, Activision Blizzard, Grimoire: Hunter Vanguard
  193. ^ Bungie (2015/5/19), Destiny: PlayStation 4, Activision Blizzard, Grimoire: Taniks the Scarred
  194. ^ Bungie (2015/5/14), Destiny, Activision Blizzard, Grimoire: Ghost Fragment: Titan
  195. ^ Bungie (2015/5/14), Destiny, Activision Blizzard, Grimoire: Ghost Fragment:Rasputin
  196. ^ Bungie (2015-14-5), Destiny, Activision Blizzard, Grimoire: Ghost Fragment: Thorn
  197. ^ Bungie (2015/5/14), Destiny, Activision Blizzard, Item Description: Mark of Contention
  198. ^ Bungie (2015/5/14), Destiny, Activision Blizzard, Item Description: Cloak of Dredgen Yor
  199. ^ a b Bungie (2014/9/9), Destiny: PlayStation 4, Activision Blizzard, Grimoire: Ghost Fragment: The Last Word 3
  200. ^ Bungie (2014/9/9), Destiny: PlayStation 4, Activision Blizzard, Grimoire: Ghost Fragment: The Last Word
  201. ^ Bungie (2014/9/9), Destiny: PlayStation 4, Activision Blizzard, Grimoire: Ghost Fragment: The Last Word 2
  202. ^ Bungie (2014/9/9), Destiny: PlayStation 4, Activision Blizzard, Grimoire: Ghost Fragment: The Last Word 4
  203. ^ Bungie (2014/9/9), Destiny: PlayStation 4, Activision Blizzard, Item Description: Pocket Infinity
  204. ^ Bungie (2014/9/9), Destiny: PlayStation 4, Activision Blizzard, Grimoire: Ghost Fragment: Hunter
  205. ^ GameSpot: Destiny Rise of Iron Expansion: Here's Everything You Need to Know
  206. ^ Polygon: Destiny: Rise of Iron: Everything We Know
  207. ^ Bungie (2014/9/9), Destiny: Playstation 4, Activision Blizzard, A Guardian Rises
  208. ^ Bungie (2014/9/9), Destiny: Playstation 4, Activision Blizzard, Restoration
  209. ^ Bungie (2014/9/9), Destiny: Playstation 4, Activision Blizzard, The Dark Within
  210. ^ Bungie (2014/9/9), Destiny: Playstation 4, Activision Blizzard, The Warmind
  211. ^ Bungie (2014/9/9), Destiny: Playstation 4, Activision Blizzard, The Last Array
  212. ^ Bungie (2014/9/9), Destiny: Playstation 4, Activision Blizzard, The Dark Beyond
  213. ^ Bungie (2014/9/9), Destiny: Playstation 4, Activision Blizzard, The Devils' Lair (strike)
  214. ^ Bungie (2014/9/9), Destiny: Playstation 4, Activision Blizzard, The World's Grave (mission)
  215. ^ Bungie (2014/9/9), Destiny: Playstation 4, Activision Blizzard, The Sword of Crota
  216. ^ Bungie (2014/9/9), Destiny: Playstation 4, Activision Blizzard, Shrine of Oryx (mission)
  217. ^ Bungie (2014/9/9), Destiny: Playstation 4, Activision Blizzard, Chamber of Night (mission)
  218. ^ Bungie (2014/9/9), Destiny: Playstation 4, Activision Blizzard, A Stranger's Call
  219. ^ Bungie (2014/9/9), Destiny: Playstation 4, Activision Blizzard, The Awoken
  220. ^ Bungie (2014/9/9), Destiny: Playstation 4, Activision Blizzard, Ishtar Collective (mission)
  221. ^ Bungie (2014/9/9), Destiny: Playstation 4, Activision Blizzard, The Archive
  222. ^ Bungie (2014/9/9), Destiny: Playstation 4, Activision Blizzard, Scourge of Winter
  223. ^ Bungie (2014/9/9), Destiny: Playstation 4, Activision Blizzard, Grimoire: Ghost Fragment: Rasputin 2
  224. ^ Bungie (2014/9/9), Destiny: Playstation 4, Activision Blizzard, Winter's Run
  225. ^ Bungie (2014/9/9), Destiny: Playstation 4, Activision Blizzard, Eye of a Gate Lord
  226. ^ Bungie (2014/9/9), Destiny: Playstation 4, Activision Blizzard, A Key Awaits
  227. ^ Bungie (2014/9/9), Destiny: Playstation 4, Activision Blizzard, Exclusion Zone (mission)
  228. ^ Bungie (2014/9/9), Destiny: Playstation 4, Activision Blizzard, The Buried City (mission)
  229. ^ Bungie (2014/9/9), Destiny: Playstation 4, Activision Blizzard, A Rising Tide
  230. ^ Bungie (2014/9/9), Destiny: Playstation 4, Activision Blizzard, The Garden's Spire
  231. ^ Bungie (2014/9/9), Destiny: Playstation 4, Activision Blizzard, The Black Garden
  232. ^ Bungie (2014/9/9), Destiny: Playstation 4, Activision Blizzard, The Summoning Pits
  233. ^ Bungie (2014/9/9), Destiny: PlayStation 4, Activision Blizzard, Grimoire: Theosyion, Restorative Mind
  234. ^ Bungie (2014/9/9), Destiny: Playstation 4, Activision Blizzard, The Nexus
  235. ^ Bungie (2014/9/9), Destiny: Playstation 4, Activision Blizzard, Cerberus Vae III
  236. ^ Bungie (2014/9/9), Destiny: Playstation 4, Activision Blizzard, Dust Palace
  237. ^ Bungie (2014/12/9), Destiny: Playstation 4, Activision Blizzard, Fist of Crota
  238. ^ Bungie (2014/12/9), Destiny: Playstation 4, Activision Blizzard, Siege of the Warmind
  239. ^ Bungie (2014/12/9), Destiny: Playstation 4, Activision Blizzard, The Wakening
  240. ^ Bungie (2014/9/9), Destiny: Playstation 4, Activision Blizzard, The Undying Mind (strike)
  241. ^ Bungie (2014/12/9), Destiny: Playstation 4, Activision Blizzard, Will of Crota
  242. ^ Bungie (2014/12/9), Destiny: Playstation 4, Activision Blizzard, Crota's End
  243. ^ Bungie (2015/5/19), Destiny: Playstation 4, Activision Blizzard, A Kell Rising
  244. ^ Bungie (2015/5/19), Destiny: Playstation 4, Activision Blizzard, The Silent Fang
  245. ^ Bungie (2015/5/19), Destiny: Playstation 4, Activision Blizzard, The Ruling House
  246. ^ Bungie (2015/5/19), Destiny: Playstation 4, Activision Blizzard, Wolves' Gambit
  247. ^ Bungie (2015/5/19), Destiny: Playstation 4, Activision Blizzard, Queen's Ransom
  248. ^ Bungie (2015/5/19), Destiny: Playstation 4, Activision Blizzard, The Archon-Slayer
  249. ^ Bungie (2015/5/19), Destiny: Playstation 4, Activision Blizzard, Grimoire: Prison of Elders
  250. ^ Bungie (2015/9/15), Destiny: The Taken King Playstation 4, Activision Blizzard, Grimoire: Hive Arsenal: Dreadnaught
  251. ^ Bungie (2015/9/15), Destiny: The Taken King Playstation 4, Activision Blizzard, Grimoire: Ghost Fragment: The Queen 2
  252. ^ a b c d e Bungie (2015/9/15), Destiny: The Taken King Playstation 4, Activision Blizzard, The Coming War
  253. ^ Bungie (2015/9/15), Destiny: The Taken King Playstation 4, Activision Blizzard, Grimoire: The Coven
  254. ^ Bungie (2015/9/15), Destiny: The Taken King Playstation 4, Activision Blizzard, Grimoire: Telesto
  255. ^ Ishtar Collective, Ghost Scan: None reported back
  256. ^ Bungie (2015/9/15), Destiny: The Taken King Playstation 4, Activision Blizzard, Grimoire: Grimoire/Activities/The_Taken_King#Outbound_Signal
  257. ^ Ishtar Collective, Ghost Scan: A Dreadnaught
  258. ^ Bungie (2015/9/15), The Taken King, Playstation 4, Activision Blizzard: A Ranger Lost
  259. ^ Bungie (2015/9/15), The Taken King, Playstation 4, Activision Blizzard: A Ranger Found
  260. ^ YouTube, Destiny The Taken King - Hunter Void Subclass - Nightstalker - Full Quest + Cutscenes - OniZombies
  261. ^ Bungie (2015/9/15), The Taken King, Playstation 4, Activision Blizzard: A Spark in Shadow
  262. ^ Bungie (2015/9/15), The Taken King, Playstation 4, Activision Blizzard: Bottle the Arc
  263. ^ YouTube, Destiny The Taken King - Warlock Arc Subclass - Stormcaller - Full Quest + Cutscenes - OniZombies
  264. ^ Bungie (2015/9/15), The Taken King, Playstation 4, Activision Blizzard: A March of Fire
  265. ^ Bungie (2015/9/15), The Taken King, Playstation 4, Activision Blizzard: Bound by Fire mission
  266. ^ YouTube, Destiny The Taken King - Titan Solar Subclass - Sunbreaker - Full Quest + Cutscenes - OniZombies
  267. ^ a b Bungie (2015/9/15), Destiny: The Taken King Playstation 4, Activision Blizzard, Cayde's Stash
  268. ^ Bungie (2015/9/15), Destiny: The Taken King Playstation 4, Activision Blizzard, The Dreadnaught
  269. ^ Bungie (2015/9/15), Destiny: The Taken King Playstation 4, Activision Blizzard, Enemy of My Enemy
  270. ^ Bungie (2015/9/15), Destiny: The Taken King Playstation 4, Activision Blizzard, Lost to Light
  271. ^ Bungie (2015/9/15), Destiny: The Taken King Playstation 4, Activision Blizzard, The Promethean Code
  272. ^ Bungie (2015/9/15), Destiny: The Taken King Playstation 4, Activision Blizzard, Fallen S.A.B.E.R.
  273. ^ Bungie (2015/9/15), Destiny: The Taken King Playstation 4, Activision Blizzard, Last Rites
  274. ^ a b Bungie (2015/9/15), Destiny: The Taken King Playstation 4, Activision Blizzard, Regicide
  275. ^ Bungie (2015/9/15), Destiny: The Taken King Playstation 4, Activision Blizzard, Dread Patrol
  276. ^ Bungie (2015/9/15), Destiny: The Taken King Playstation 4, Activision Blizzard, Outbound Signal
  277. ^ Bungie (2015/9/15), Destiny: The Taken King Playstation 4, Activision Blizzard, The Sunless Cell
  278. ^ Bungie (2015/9/15), Destiny: The Taken King Playstation 4, Activision Blizzard, Shield Brothers
  279. ^ Bungie (2015/9/15), Destiny: The Taken King Playstation 4, Activision Blizzard, Paradox
  280. ^ a b Bungie (2015/9/15), Destiny: The Taken King Playstation 4, Activision Blizzard, King's Fall
  281. ^ Bungie (2015/9/15), Destiny: The Taken King Playstation 4, Activision Blizzard, Echo Chamber
  282. ^ Bungie (2015/9/15), Destiny: The Taken King Playstation 4, Activision Blizzard, Blighted Chalice
  283. ^ Bungie (2015/9/15), Destiny: The Taken King Playstation 4, Activision Blizzard, The Taken War: Earth
  284. ^ Bungie (2015/9/15), Destiny: The Taken King Playstation 4, Activision Blizzard, The Taken War: Mars
  285. ^ Bungie (2015/9/15), Destiny: The Taken King Playstation 4, Activision Blizzard, The Wolves of Mars
  286. ^ Owl Sector Records
  287. ^ Owl Sector Records
  288. ^ a b c YouTube, Destiny Rise of Iron Playthrough. No Commentary. Part 1
  289. ^ a b YouTube, Destiny Rise of Iron Playthrough. No Commentary. Part 4
  290. ^ The Daily Dot, What to expect in Destiny expansion Rise of Iron's New Strike
  291. ^ YouTube, Destiny Rise of Iron Playthrough. No Commentary. Part 5
  292. ^ YouTube, Destiny Rise of Iron Playthrough. No Commentary. Part 6
  293. ^ YouTube, Destiny Rise of Iron Playthrough. No Commentary. Part 7