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  1. Here’s what you need to do to complete the title for season 14, Season of the Splicer. You do not have to complete this during the season, you should be able to do it after the season ends in mid/late August 2021. Walk the True Path: complete all Path of the Splicer quests. These are the weekly seasonal quests given to you by Mithraks and the Splicer Servitor in the new Eliksni portion of the HELM. They’re all very similar, all will probably involve collecting Ether for your Splicer Gauntlet, doing some Override (the seasonal matchmade activity), and later on some of the new Expunge activity. Power in Your Hands: unlock all 21 Splicer Gauntlet upgrades. As you complete weekly seasonal challenges, open final chests in Override, rank up in the Season Pass, you earn a consumable called Decrypted Data. You use this to upgrade your Splicer Gauntlet. This works like past upgrades, like season 13’s Battlegrounds Hammer. This means you’ll need to run a fair amount of Override and do the weekly seasonal challenges that reward Decrypted Data in order to unlock all of the upgrades. Nocturne: collect all pages of the Beneath an Endless Night lore book. You receive an entry after completing each of the weekly Path of the Splicer quests. NOTE: currently, this triumph is incomplete, if you have 9 out of 10 pages, you’re all caught up. I believe there will be some kind of near the end of the season cutscene or mission that will provide the final entry. Modded Out: collect all 7 Season of the Splicer mods. These are picked up from the Splicer Servitor, unlocked as you rank up with it. You rank up with the Servitor as you obtain Decrypted Data. Again, over time, this will happen. Splicers’ Armament: complete the quest “A Sacred Fusion.” This is the season 14 ritual weapon quest for the Null Composure fusion rifle. You first pick up this quest from Banshee-44 in the Tower and pick in which playlist, Strikes, Crucible, or Gambit, you want to earn the weapon in. Daybreak: defeat the source of the Endless Night. This is the triumph you get the first time you defeat Quria, Blade Transform at the end of the Expunge: Delphi mission. As it’s part of the questline for Path of the Splicer Part VIII, you should get this done. Short Circuiter: defeat 1000 combatants with Season of the Splicer weapons. This is very self-explanatory. Play some Override, do the weekly seasonal challenges, and you’ll earn 1 or all of the 6 new seasonal weapons (4 from Override and 2 from the Season Pass). Then use them anywhere in-game and in any playlist you want. Farm out Lost Sectors, do all the Public events. It’s up to you. Wire Cutter: defeat 1000 Vex while wearing Season of the Splicer armor (earn bonus progress for each armor piece equipped). As you play Override and rank up with the Splicer Servitor, you can also earn pieces of the seasonal armor set as it’s been moved out of the Season Pass and into the seasonal activity. Virtual Fighter: defeat 100 Champions in Override. This might take a while, but if you continue to play Override every week, you’ll get this done. And remember, you only need to get some damage into a Champion for it to count, you don’t have to be the killing blow. Brute Force: defeat 30 Champions in Expunge. This also might take a while. The nice thing is you can just enter and leave and re-enter any Expunge mission in order to farm Champions. There are a few in each mission, regular and corrupted, and they vary from anti-barrier, overload, or unstoppable. And that’s it. That’s how to get the Splicer title (for the most part). Good luck!
  2. Horse said she will be, and Dende, I believe. I don't know about team 1. We'll share links as we get them tomorrow, make a separate stream-viewing voice channel.
  3. ^^^^ This was also me signing up, if I needed to sign up.
  4. Here’s how to get Chosen, the Season 13 title. This is tied to the paid season pass, purchasable for $10 USD. You’ll need the Path of the Chosen triumph, complete all Seasonal storyline quests. You’ll complete this when you do all of the Challenger’s Proving quests obtained from the HELM war table. My only point to keep an eye on is, with the storyline now over, I have no idea if they will continue to become available week after week or all at once if you're just getting to them now. You’ll need the Vendor Upgrades triumph, unlock all vendor upgrades, which means unlocking all of the hammer upgrades offered by the table. You unlock these through table reputation earned from doing weekly challenges. You’ll need the Extreme Focus triumph, focus tier 3 Umbral Engrams. Focusing a tier 3 umbral engram will first require you to unlock them, each one will have a different requirement, specific weapon kills or other kills or using hammer charges. The handy thing is you’ll only need to focus 1 to complete the triumph, but it will take 5 stored hammer charges. You’ll need the Chosen Mods triumph, collect all Season of the Chosen mods. There are 6 in total, with 2 available to purchase from the war table per week. Check in with the table 3 weeks in a row, you’ll be good. You’ll need the All Battleground Missions triumph, complete a Battlegrounds mission in all 4 locations. There are 2 on Nessus, 1 on Europe, and 1 in the Cosmodrome. I don’t remember if loading into 1 on the planet location counts or if it has to be in the playlist. As you do the story missions you do 1 in each location, this’ll get done as you play. You’ll need the Proven Champions triumph, defeat Champions in the Battlegrounds playlist. All Champions in the playlist are Cabal, which means Anti-Barrier or Unstoppable. The nice things are that 1) you just need to damage it (before it fully regenerates its health) and 2) you need to defeat 4 Champions total. You’ll need the Eliminate Caiatl’s Cabal triumph, eliminate all Cabal VIPs in the Proving Grounds Strike. As you run through the strike, you’ll come across a number of big named Cabal enemies, some are the big guys and some are psions. Not all will spawn in the same strike, you’ll probably have to run it a few times. There’s 1 at the beginning and the final boss, they are always in the strike. There are 10 total, it took me about 5 or 6 runs because I kept not seeing the final one I was missing. You’ll need the Graven Tales triumph, uncover the Dead Man’s Tale. This is the new seasonal exotic weapon quest that allows you to run the Presage mission. It begins in the Arms Dealer strike, here’s a video on how to start it and where you need to go. It’s an interesting mission, if you need help with this feel free to drop by the Discord, we can run it with you. You’ll need the All the Scavenger’s Pieces triumph, uncover the final set of clues aboard the Glykon. As you go through the Presage mission, there are 3 different sets of scannable items. You have to find all of the 1st set before picking up the 2nd, all of the 2nd before picking up the 3rd. Here are some guides. Finally, you’ll need the Salvager’s Salvo Armament triumph, speak with Banshee-44 and complete the Salvager’s Salvo quest. This is the new seasonal pursuit weapon, a special ammo Energy grenade launcher. Head to Banshee-44 and pick which way you want to obtain this weapon, through the strike playlist, through Gambit, or in the Crucible. All options will require grenade launcher kills in that specific playlist, so pick the one you’d rather do. A not as punishing way to do this is to, if you have it, run Witherhoard, Fighting Lion, and any heavy grenade launcher and run strikes. And that's it! I think it's pretty doable.
  5. This sounds like fun, I'm down for a slot in hour 1.
  6. Here's my trade list. Let me know if you want to work out a trade. IV wise, I'm easy going, I just like hoarding. Offering: Tranquil Lvl 18 54% Croagunk Lvl 12 42% Pignite Lvl 18 52% Swinub Lvl 12 35% Magnemite Lvl 23 47% Chinchou Lvl 18 38% Murkrow Lvl 1 31% Pikipek Lvl 18 49% Crabrawler Lvl 22 57% Torracat Lvl 34 43% Ralts Lvl 19 43% Nincada Lvl 12 61% Snivy Lvl 5 48% Gurdurr Lvl 23 37% Monferno Lvl 11 46% Hitmonlee Lvl 21 45% Ferrothorn Lvl 36 51% Pidgeotto Lvl 15 58% Vibrava Lvl 24 70% Quilava Lvl 14 51% Skorupi Lvl 13 48% Stunfisk Lvl 9 42% Trevenant Lvl 29 44% Seeking: Dratini Pyukumuku Cosmog Teddiursa Vulpix Eevee Snorunt Riolu Pansear/Panpour/Pansage Audino Darumaka Dwebble Fennekin Espurr Pumpkaboo Mimikyu
  7. Thanks to everyone who came. I'll definitely be doing this again next month, hopefully on a day where more people can come. Until then, think up some silly weapon loadouts for everyone to use. 🙂
  8. Some drawing fun with me! We'll be doing some Drawful 2 and some Skribblio for a few hours.
  9. Hello friends! On Tuesday afternoon/evening/whatever time means to you these days, I'll be hosting a few hours of Drawful 2 and Pictionary (or Skribblio cause that's what it is). It'll run from 5pm to 8pm EST, maybe start a little early, we'll see how it goes. Everyone's welcome to come by, you don't need to own Drawful, I have the game and will be streaming it. When we move to Skribblio I'll stop streaming cause then everyone will be in the browser drawing. See you then!!
  10. Here’s how to get Descendant, the Deep Stone Crypt raid title. You’ll need to complete the Collections badge for the raid, which might take some time, so this will be something to work on passively as you run the raid for challenges. Here’s a link to what items can drop from which encounter. For the Collections badge you’ll need: -the Crypt Awakened emblem, obtained after your first completion of the raid. -all 6 raid weapons: the Heritage shotgun, the Succession sniper rifle, the Trustee scout rifle, the Posterity hand cannon, the Bequest sword, and the Commemoration machine gun. -a full Legacy’s Oath armor set for 1 character (you can run the raid on multiple characters, but you’ll need a full set for at least 1 character). -the Cryptic Insignia shader, found once you’ve opened both secret chests (1 is right at the beginning just after the snowy sparrow section, 1 is halfway through the orbital platform jumping section). -the Retrocausality sparrow, obtained via triumph. To get this, you’ll need to bring all 6 Pikes from the starting bubble to the final bubble. If you’re not good at sparrow driving, just take your time, follow your more experienced friends. If you’re really not good, go on your own sparrow, see if a friend will double-back and drive more than 1 down to the end. -the No Love Lost ghost shell, obtained via triumph. To get this, you’ll need to find and listen to 5 audio logs left behind by the Exo Stranger throughout the raid. Here’s a video guide on where to find them. -the Eyes of Tomorrow exotic rocket launcher. This has a chance of dropping from the final chest when you complete the raid. I don’t know the drop rate. 2%? 5%? Who knows. This might be the hardest part of the title. Next come triumphs and challenges. You’ll need to complete the raid. You’ll need to complete the raid with a full fireteam of clanmates. You’ll need to complete all encounters with a fireteam made of the same Guardian class (Warlock, Hunter, or Titan). You’ll need to complete all encounters with a fireteam made entirely of Arc/Void/Solar/Stasis subclasses. You’ll need to find and open both secret chests (this can be done on multiple runs, you don’t have to find both in the same runthrough). You’ll need the Not a Scratch triumph, bring all Pikes from the starting heat bubble to the final heat bubble in the beginning sparrow section. You’ll need the Rock Bottom triumph, collect all the Exo Stranger audio logs. Now the specific encounter challenges, starting with the ones you can do at any point/the ones not on a secret weekly rotation. One tip I have for all of the challenge triumphs: make sure you at least know how all the different augments and roles work in every encounter. If you usually raid with a friend who always runs a certain role, ask them what it looks like, what they do, maybe see if they can stream or take screenshots so you know what to look for. Or check out videos on YouTube. First is the Resource Contention triumph, shut down Crypt security while only using 2 of the 3 augmentation terminals. How our raid team did this, told to me by Qrow, is someone would pick up Operator on Light side and head over to the door, someone on Dark side would pick up Scanner and look for which panels to shoot, then when the Operator went down the Scanner would pass through the doors over to Light side to look for panels. When it comes time for damage, the Operator would deposit, someone else on Light side would pick it up, then the Scanner would deposit on Light so the Operator could see which fuses to shoot. Then, if you need a second damage phase, make sure to only use the terminal on Light side and downstairs. The main thing is that whichever side your Operator first picks up the Operator augment from the terminal, you can really only use that side’s terminal plus the one downstairs. Next is the 5 Seconds to Paradise triumph, defeat Atraks-1 while destroying all Servitors within 5 seconds of each other. All Servitors, the 3 downstairs and the 3 upstairs, all within 5 seconds. Again, how our raid team did this was have 3 go up and 3 stay down as usual, each person would get a Servitor to whittle down to almost nothing, then they’d count down and all heavy attack with a sword at the same time (doing a finisher would also work, then you’d know it would be so low health, but make it a quick finisher, maybe coordinate with your fireteam on this and use the same one). This will require some waiting because the Servitors downstairs spawn in before the ones upstairs, and some careful watching because once they’re down upstairs the damage phase begins. It might take some practice. Also, you’ll have to coordinate to do this a 2nd time if you need a 2nd phase of Atraks-1 copy destroying. Then there’s the Short Circuit triumph, confront Taniks while allowing only 1 fireteam member to deposit the nuclear cores. How we did this was have the person who would deposit try and be the Scanner. When the cores would spawn, two people would pick them up and head over to the box, then the depositor would wait in the middle, take the core, and deposit. There was a fair amount of juggling the cores around because of the stacks of Radiation debuff, but we got it done. Again, it might take some practice, just make sure that if you’re the depositor to stay safe near the middle of the encounter space and to help clear out enemies. The final available all the time challenge is the Ready, Set, Go! triumph, defeat Taniks The Abomination while activating pairs of conduit nodes within 5 seconds of each other. This, when you know the mechanics of the final encounter, is fairly easy to do. When you’re depositing the cores, you’ll essentially do it at the same time as the other person. Somehow we managed to do this by accident when first trying out the 4 ball method. Of course, you can do this doing the 2 ball method. A suggestion I have is to determine ball carrying pairs (cycling in and out the Operator and Suppressor handoffs), and right when you reach the deposit box, have the follower take the core, then count to 3 and have both followers deposit at the same time. Then rinse and repeat until the encounter is done. Another way is to take the cores, reach the deposit boxes, then have the Suppressor stun Taniks for the 3rd time and deposit once the prompt appears, but that might mean some standing around as your Radiation stacks build. You can get this easily with a little bit of coordination. If you don’t want to rush it, take your time with the 2 ball method. Last, the weekly rotating challenges. Completing these challenges will reward you with an extra loot chest at the end of the encounter. The rotation is simple, 1st through final encounter in that order. The 1st encounter challenge will be available starting January 12, the 2nd on Jan 19, the 3rd on Jan 26, the 4th on Feb 2, the 1st on Feb 9, and so on. First is the Red Rover challenge, bypass Crypt security while passing the Operator augment to each fireteam member, each Operator should activate/shoot 2 panels each over 3 damage phases. Basically, everyone has to be Operator, go downstairs, and shoot 2 panels. This one isn’t too bad, it just takes some time because you need 3 damage phases. Before you start the encounter, decide on your Operator order, have Operators 2, 4, and 6 know what the fuses look like and the callouts for up top are, and decide who will be the Scanner up top on each side. Here’s a video, this is pretty much how we did it when we tried it. And here’s a map of the downstairs and which panels are which, the panel numbers and fuse callouts are the same as what our raid team uses. Next is the Copies of Copies challenge, defeat Atraks-1 without using any of the airlocks to dispose of the replication pickups. Normally, when the damage phase starts and you’d attack the Scanner-spotted yellow copy, you’d wail on it with swords and whoever picked up the ‘Atraks-1 Replication’ would head to an airlock for the Operator to open and shoot it off into space. In this challenge you can’t use the airlocks. You’ll probably have to 1-phase Atraks-1, which means disposing of 2 Atraks-1 clones up top and 2 downstairs in order to trigger the final stand before more servitors can spawn in. Bubble Titans and Well Warlocks will be key here, plus the armor mod Lucent Blade for more sword damage and the exotic sword The Lament. Here’s a good video guide (the video mentions debuffs to Atraks-1, those don’t work, ignore that). Now, I’m going to be honest with you. We didn’t do it the way in the video above. From what I can remember, here’s how we did it. Everyone started downstairs, shooting shanks and vandals. When the Servitors spawned in, 4 people went upstairs. The 2 downstairs shot more small enemies and the Servitors, 1 of those 2 picking up the Operator role. The 4 upstairs would shoot the upstairs enemies and 2 of the Servitors, leaving the top left one up, and 1 person would pick up the Scanner role. Once everyone was clear downstairs, the remaining 2 people came up. The top left Servitor was killed, the Scanner found the copy to destroy, and everyone but the Operator would gather around to obliterate the copy with Lament swipes. Then 4 people would book it downstairs, meaning the Scanner and 3 others. Staying upstairs is the Operator and the person who picked up the replication. Once downstairs, the Scanner would find the copy and repeat with the Lament-ing. Then back upstairs. Maybe a quick second for the Operator to reset replication timers. Then the 2nd upstairs copy is found and destroyed. Then the Scanner and the last un-replicated person heads downstairs for the last copy. Then they come back upstairs, there’s some more juggling of replication timers. Now it’s the final stand, the Scanner finds the correct copy, and everyone heads over to swipe at it repeatedly to end the encounter. Then there’s the Of All Trades challenge, which is what everyone thought it was, each player must do all 3 roles of Operator, Scanner, and Suppressor once during the encounter. This encounter can feel hectic, I think it’s because of the alarms and the words ‘nuclear cores’ and ‘radiation’ and all the small enemies, but there’s no boss damage phase, it’s just a lot of rinse and repeat. Come up with an order 1-6 in your fireteam, know who is ahead of you because whatever they deposit you will pick up from the deposit terminal (for person 6, that’s person 1). Person 1, 3, and 5 will pick up a role, the 1st round will happen, then 1 at a time they will deposit so person 2, 4, and 6 can pick up for the 2nd round. Maybe make a note to yourself on a post-it so you know which to pick up when, who’s before and after you, or have the chart graphic up on your 2nd monitor. Remember to wait for an augment to be locked out before depositing, you can be too quick. Here’s the video from FalloutPlays, there’s a quick TL;DR on what each role does and here's the handy rotation chart from Reddit. Remember to bring something to deal with the Overload Captains and the void shield Captains. Well Warlocks and Bubble Titans, maybe a sword or Witherhoard. We struggled with this when we tried it, it might take some coordination. Remember there are 3 deposit terminals around the map. We waited before picking up the nuclear cores, you do have about 8 seconds to pick one up before it explodes and everyone dies. We also would deposit the final deactivated augment before dropping down the centre of the room hole. Last is the The Core Four challenge, deposit all 4 cores in the same round before the damage phase when facing off against Taniks. It’s the classic 4 ball method. How the final encounter is meant to work is that the Scanner calls out which 2 bins to deposit the nuclear cores into, so you do 2 and then 2 and then comes damage, then rinse and repeat. How most people do it now, after some group figured it out not long after the raid came out, is to make Taniks drop all 4 nuclear cores and then you get a longer damage phase in order to hopefully 1-phase Taniks. Which means most raid teams have been doing this challenge for weeks now, but now during the correct week, there’ll be an extra loot chest at the end. As always, here’s the video guide. And that’s it! Those are all the things you need to do in order to get the new Deep Stone Crypt raid title. As always, feel free to ask questions here or over in Discord chat.
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