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Thorn is an exotic hand cannon in Destiny 2. If you’ve played the previous game, you might remember it as one of the fan favorites. It has made a return, and it’s still as good looking as ever, at least. It has a perk that lets bullets pierce targets and poison them, dealing damage over time. This guide will show you how to get Destiny 2 Thorn exotic hand cannon by breaking down the Independent Study quest line for you.

Destiny 2 Thorn Exotic Hand Cannon Quest – Independent Study

Note: Thorn isn’t in the game yet. It’s supposed to be relased on March 12th, and all the info here comes courtesy of Destiny’s countless data miners.

How to get Thorn in Destiny 2?

You’ll start the quest by getting A Melted Hunk of Metal. Once you bring it to the gunsmith at the tower, the real fun starts. For the first step, he’ll ask you to gather Hardonic Essence. You can do this by completing bounties on Io, killing Warlocks in the Crucible or completing Nightfall strikes. That last one is the most efficient, but it’s also the hardest.

The second step requires you to find Plasteel Plating. To

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Gambit Prime is a new activity in Destiny 2. It was introduced in the Season of the Drifter, and it’s a new spin on the familiar formula from Forsaken. However, there’s a nasty bug going around that stops Prime wins from counting towards progress in the Malfeasance and Breakneck exotic quest steps, as well as any other tasks that require Gambit wins. This guide will explain everything about Destiny 2 Gambit Prime wins don’t count for Malfeasance quest step bug.

Destiny 2 Gambit Prime Wins Don’t Count for Malfeasance Quest Step Bug

Gambit Prime wins exotic quest bug

A lot of players have jumped at the opportunity to try out the new game mode, as was expected. What most of them noticed soon enough was that the wins from Gambit Prime, don’t count towards any of the tasks that require Gambit wins. This includes the Malfeasance and Breakneck exotic quests, as well as Eververse bounties from Tess and clan bounties from Hawthorne.

There’s nothing you can do about this, but Bungie are aware of the problem and it should be fixed in one of the upcoming updates. Some are even reporting normal Gambit wins not counting after the update. Whatever

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Mysterious box is a hidden item in Destiny 2. It’s part of the Black Armory update, and it’s hiddin near the first forge, the one in the European Dead Zone. Once you pick it up, you’ll start an exotic quest. The first step requires you to open four locks, marked with symbols of a butterfly, a hand, a fishhook and the Black Armory. If you’re wondering how to start this quest, or how to finish it, keep reading our Destiny 2 Mysterious Box exotic quest guide.

Destiny 2 Mysterious Box Exotic Quest – Fishhook, Butterfly, Hand Lock

NOTE: This guide is a work in progress. We’ll update it as we discover more about the intricacies of the new exotic quest.

Where to find Mysterious Box?

In order to get the box, you’ll need to get to the Volundr Forge. Land at the Sunken Isles landing point on EDZ, then head into the tunnel. Follow the tunnels until you enter Smidur’s Cavern. Stand on the ledge and look towards the forge, then turn the camera down and to the left. You’ll see a ledge on your side of the chasm. Drop down and enter the tight tunnel. You’ll find a Black

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Graviton Lance, Riskrunner and Sunshot are exotic weapons in Destiny 2. They can be obtained during one of the main missions, and they’re probably the first exotic weapons you’ll see. You’ll have to choose one of the three – but you’ll probably be able to get the other two via RNG at a later point. It’s not a tough choice – they’re all suited to different play styles, so pick the one you’ll get the most use from. In this guide, we’l show you how to get Graviton Lance, Riskrunner & Sunshot in Destiny 2.

Destiny 2 Graviton Lance

How to get Graviton Lance exotic pulse rifle?

To get this rifle, you’ll need to finish a particular campaign mission. During the Red War campaign, you’ll have a mission called Sacrilege. It takes place on Io, where you have to beat a boss called Irausk, Herald of The Savathun. Once you’re done, the game will take you to The Rupture, where you’ll have to talk to Asher Mir. He’ll let you choose one of the three exotics from the title. Graviton Lance is an exotic pulse rifle that does void damage and has 155 attack. Enemies killed by it will explode,

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Wish-Ender exotic bow is one of the rarest weapons in Destiny 2. It’s a bow that grants you Truesight and has piercing arrows that do double damage. However, it’s really hard to get. You’ll need to be at least power level 550 (although 570 is recommendable), and look for it on a specific week. Even then, you’ll have trouble, as the exotic quest involves summoning secret bosses in a pretty tough mission. This guide is going to show you how to get Destiny 2 Wish-Ender exotic bow, how to use the Dreaming Token of Eriviks, Querim and Xavoth.

Destiny 2 Wish-Ender Exotic Bow – Dreaming Token of Eriviks, Querim, Xavoth

How to get Wish Ender exotic weapon in Destiny 2?

The first step involves finishing the Shattered Throne mission. It is only available on the third week, when the curse in the Dreaming City is the strongest. In order to start it, you’ll need to get to a special area called The Confluence. There are three portals leading there – the easiest one to reach is at the Spine of Keres.

When you’re in the small garden in front of the observatory, turn left towards the bridge. Before you reach

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