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Destiny fans uncover the secret of the Tiny Box of Raisins

It only took a year!

Destiny - Ascendant Raisins Bungie/Activision via Polygon

Perhaps the most exciting part of Destiny’s second annual Halloween event, Festival of the Lost, is that players have finally found a purpose for one the oddest items from last year’s Festival: the Tiny Box of Raisins.

The eight-step quest, discovered by a group on Reddit calling itself “the Tiny Box of Raisins Clan,” lets players trade their precious raisins (which many players have been hoarding for a year now) for increasingly odd treats. Players who aren’t sitting on old raisins can still play along, but last year’s raisins, which recently became Ascendant Raisins, will let players skip the first step of the quest.

Finishing the odd little quest will reward players with the Superblack shader, seen below.

Destiny - Superblack shader
Destiny’s new Superblack shader, in the flesh.
Bungie/Activision via Polygon

But because it’s Destiny, players also receive another bizarre item: a Piece of Celery.

Destiny - piece of celery
Bungie/Activision via Polygon

No use has yet been discovered for this item. Ah well, maybe next year.

For more on Destiny: Rise of Iron, the game’s latest expansion, read our review.

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