Despite Iron Banner officially ending for most guardians, 12 Titans are still competing and appear to be well on their way to setting a new Tower record for the longest crucible match of all time. The epic stalemate started when two teams of Defenders squared off on Frontier, each vying for the glory of victory. However, the situation soon evolved into a tense chess match as both teams employed their ultimate strategy – The Bubble Train. We were able to speak with SickSnipezDave, the captain of Alpha team and warrior who fired the first Super, about the situation. “Flying in
Click here to read chapter 3. [divider] Rupert’s office, and the rail crossing where he died, were only about ten blocks north of my office. I grabbed my jacket and a fleece watch cap and headed out the door. I could have taken a train or caught a cab, but the walk sounded good on a gorgeous, sunny morning like this one. I’d never been a detective when I was with LCPD, but I’d talked with more than a few of them. The good ones always went to the scene of the crime. They said there was no substitute for
The Black Garden may not stay among us for long. Something has begun to repair the schism torn by its destruction. Vex now flood the Garden channels to protect it. We must stop the weavers before they seal the Garden and begin to summon back its heart. – Ikora Rey The Undying Mind gives us time to acquaint with the harsh Mars atmosphere that’s sure to be expanded in a future release. Throw in some Vex, Goblins and Minotaurs and you have a stew worthy of memory. A Nightfall wouldn’t be fun without some challenges now would it? This week expect Solar
Click here to read Chapter 1. [divider] The Last City is a complex place. New and old, unified yet divided. People from all over the world got here by whatever means they could. It’s a city of survivors, believers, and hopeful people who know humanity is on the edge of extinction, yet most people feel a sense of pride about that. Though we be few, we be mighty—that type of thing. Bits of Golden Age technology are always cropping up to be used by people who were brought up learning to make fire to survive and to kill or be killed.
Click here to read Chapter 1. [divider] “Mr. Hill? Mr. Hill—Henry? Can you hear me? Do you know where you are?” The voice talking to me was muffled and it took what felt like a long time to get my head around the simple question. “Yeah, I can hear you. I hope I’m at the hospital. Where’s my team? What happened?” “Everybody’s okay, Bird. Zero is 10-6 and the team is all here. You’re going to be okay.” This was a different voice, one I recognized: Sgt. Zeram. I started to get scared then. I’m not sure why. Maybe because I
Welcome back, Guardians. In our last report we discussed the motivations and current whereabouts of Toland, the Shattered. This report will give background on the Eliksni and their purpose. The Fallen are ruthless scavengers. There are hints of ancient nobility to the Fallen—the scars of lost grandeur. The Kells of their scattered Houses still claim to be royalty, but they leave only grief and wreckage in their wake. They’re are a dangerous race, fast and agile, skilled in combat and supported by robotic allies. They have stolen and raided the ruins of civilization across the solar system. Most Pre-City Age records indicate that
The Shattered Toland was exiled from the City for “getting too close” to the Darkness and communing with it. He was one of the few City dwellers that truly came to understand the Darkness. However, this knowledge was deemed too dangerous to keep within the Walls, and the Vanguard exiled him from both the Tower and the City, his name stricken from most records and forgotten by most. Not long after Toland was exiled, the Vanguard began to plan a campaign to retake Luna. Despite some opposition to this plan from some high ranking Guardians like Lord Shaxx, the Vanguard went
The Shattered Toland was once a Guardian. A stout defender of the Traveler and its Light, until he went mad, and had to be cast out from the City. Or so the official records show. But was Toland truly mad? Or was he just enlightened, recognizing that the supposed pureness of the Speaker were not enough to combat the Darkness? Perhaps the Speaker saw him as a threat? “I too, am detached from my source. The charming Ir Yût made her introductions, and I was very pleased to meet her. We had a conversation, a little tête-à-Yût, a couple of