the chaperone guide

How to Get The Chaperone (Rank 3 Quest Guide)

“Jolly Holiday” starts you off on a Tex Mechanica competition to score The Chaperone, an Exotic Shotgun that fires slug rounds as opposed to the usual buckshot. While we haven’t gotten around to doing a full review of this gun yet, this quick guide will get you on the road to having a Chaperone of your very own. [divider] How to Obtain First of all, you’ll acquire this quest sometime after reaching Level 40. You also need to be Rank 3 in the Crucible. Simply wait until Amanda Holiday has a quest marker above her head, and you’ll know that it’s

Aksis Supercharge Guide

Before the Empowered player who is closest to Aksis stuns him, one of the other two Empowered players can discharge their Empowerment into the glowing red square. This gives every team member their super. For every teleport, there will be one Empowered player on the left, on the right, and in the middle. Even if Aksis is already on a certain side, there should still be a player positioned on that side because they have to cover the Supercharge square when Aksis moves. There is a way to set a team up that covers every teleport and Supercharge combination. The

How to Get Superblack & Lost Broom

The Festival of the Lost has returned! In addition to some fun with masks, candy, and – of course – space magic, there are a couple of short quests that Guardians of all ages can enjoy. One gives you a sweet new shader – an all-black one, no less – and the other lets you fulfill your witchy fantasies and ride around on a rocket-powered broom! [divider] How to Get the Superblack Shader Raisin-hoarders, your time has come! If you were one of the Guardians who hung onto the tiny box of raisins you received from Eris Morn during last

Beginner’s Guide to the Crucible

Let’s say you just came into Destiny with Rise of Iron, or perhaps you’ve been around for awhile, but you haven’t spent much time in PvP. Now, you’d like to make a go of it, but there’s so much info out there, so it’s difficult to know where to start. Let’s start at the beginning, with a few things you should do before you even jump into your first Crucible game. [soundcloud url=”https://api.soundcloud.com/tracks/289006098″ params=”color=ff5500&auto_play=false&hide_related=false&show_comments=true&show_user=true&show_reposts=false” width=”100%” height=”166″ iframe=”true” /] Pick a control scheme that is optimal for PvP Using anything other than Puppeteer or Jumper means you are handicapping yourself in

What’s Changed in WoTM Heroic Mode

Wrath of the Machine: Hard Mode dropped today (Tuesday, October 18th), and there some new changes to the raid that you’ll want to be aware of before you tackle it with your fireteam. The recommended Light Level is 380! What’s New? Vosik, Phase 2 You must now detonate six SIVA charges as opposed to 3 2 monitors must be destroyed per cycle Safe room doors are half-closed – you must slide to safety! The Siege Engine (Death Zamboni) A Perfected Walker tank will drop. Aksis, Phase 1 There are now 3 SIVA turrets to contend with – of the same type

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Super Good Advice: 9 Rise of Iron Tips

Click here for more helpful tips! [divider] The Road To Raid Ready Some changes were made to the leveling system in Rise of Iron. The infusion system remains the same, as does the concept of gear dropping above your current light level, but leveling above 350 LL has been significantly slowed down when compared to the April Update. Providing players were near max light level (335) at the end of The Taken King, they should have no problem completing the new story missions, strikes, and quests. This should get you close to an appropriate light level to begin playing the