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Destiny 2: Forsaken guide: How to make wishes in the Last Wish raid

A wishing wall for all your wishing needs

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In Destiny 2: Forsaken, you can make wishes in the aptly named wishing room, hidden inside the Last Wish raid. Getting to the room is one thing, but putting in the codes is something else entirely. Thankfully, we have a full list here of all the known wishes, and screenshots of the patterns to help you through. Feel like just teleporting to the final boss? Really want to jam out to some Paul McCartney? We’ve got you covered.

Finding the wishing room

Getting into the wishing room is easy. When you get to door for Kalli, the first raid boss, turn to the left and find a giant pool of water. Look to the far right corner of the grotto, and find the lights and green grass. Jump over to the platform, and then look up to find another like it. Keep following the flowers and crawling through holes until you reach a cavern above the grotto. Jump to the other side, and you’ll find yourself in the wishing room.

To input the wishes, you’ll need to fire at the wall panels to turn them into the symbols we’ve pictured below. Once the pattern is correct, stand on the little plate in front of the wall to activate your wish.

When shooting the plates, we recommend you take two pulse rifles and any way to lower your reload time — Rally Barricade, Hunter Dodge, Lunafaction Boots. Do not use a rocket or any explosive, or you’ll active every plate on the board and seriously mess up the wish wall. If you run out of ammo, dump your power into the water, leave the room, and walk back in to receive more.

The wishes

Wish One

This wish will give you an ethereal key, the same kind that Riven drops. This’ll allow you to open a second chest after defeating the final boss.

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Wish Two

A chest will spawn in the open area after the Morgeth fight, at the very top of the rock spire to the right of the bridge. If you have the Glittering Key that Riven has a random chance to drop, you’ll be able to open the chest. It contains a ship.

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Wish Three

Gives you and all nearby Fireteam members the “Numbers of Power” emblem

Wish Four

Teleports you and your team to Shuro Chi, the raid’s second fight

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Wish Five

Teleports you and your team to Morgeth, the raid’s third fight

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Wish Six

Teleports you to the Vault, the raid’s fourth fight

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Wish Seven

Teleports you to Riven, the raid’s fifth fight

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Wish Eight

Play Paul McCartney’s “Hope for the Future”

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Wish Nine

Produces some funny Failsafe dialogue about her getting a new body.

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Wish Eleven

Applies the “Grunt birthday party” effect to all headshot kills made in the raid. This is an old-school Halo joke that causes headshot kills to explode into confetti, and is accompanied by a silly noise. The first time we beat Riven, this buff was on — it’s good luck.

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Wish Twelve

Gives each player a crown of roses around their head

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Wish Thirteen

Initiates “Petra’s Run,” a timed version of the raid where a single death will force you back to orbit. Completing this grants you a triumph and is necessary for the “Riven’s Bane” title.

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Wish Fourteen

Spawns Taken Eggs in the raid, which you can destroy with the Wish-Ender bow.

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As you may have noticed by our strange numbering, some of the wishes have yet to be discovered. We’ll update this guide once they’ve been found.

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