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Destiny 2 guide: A list of quests and rewards leaving at the end of Season of the Worthy

You have until June 9 to complete these quests and collect these items

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Destiny 2’s Season of the Worthy has less than two weeks left. As the Almighty slowly plummets toward Earth, you may be wondering what all you need to complete before season 11 starts on June 9.

Here’s a complete list of quests, activities, and items going away before next season.

Exotics and Felwinter’s Lie

The Felwinter’s Lie shotgun
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Season of the Worthy didn’t have many new Exotics for players to pick up. The powerful Heir Apparent machine gun has already cycled out of the game with the Guardian Games event — although we expect this one to come back around quickly, like the Arbalest did last year.

There are two Exotics you won’t be able to acquire on June 9: The Fourth Horseman and Tommy’s Matchbook.

Tommy’s Matchbook Solar auto rifle is an easy get. You can pick it up immediately after buying the Season Pass, at rank 1. If you’re not a Season Pass owner, you can unlock Tommy’s Matchbook by hitting level 35 on your Season Pass.

The Fourth Horseman Arc shotgun has its own quest. It has a lot of steps, but is relatively easy. Use our guide to speed up the process. Note that you can only complete this quest on certain days, when The Quarry is the Legendary Lost Sector on the EDZ. We recommend you start this quest ASAP if you don’t want to miss it.

The Felwinter’s Lie Solar shotgun is not an Exotic, but it is Exotic adjacent. This quest won’t take you long to complete and it has some really neat lore attached. Our guide can point you in the right direction. This weapon will likely be key to the PvP meta for the next year, so you don’t want to miss it.


The EDZ Seraph Bunker
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The Season 10 Seraph Bunkers, and their rewards, are going away on June 9.

Bunkers house most of the seasonal content in Season of the Worthy, such as the Legendary Lost Sector or the daily Bunker Bust. So if you haven’t done many of those, now is the time.

There are only a few items you need to finish unlocking from the Seraph Bunkers before they leave. The Seraph weapons are very powerful because of the Warmind Cell mods. You can grind for them via bounties or you can buy a random Seraph weapon once a day after your Season Pass hits level 92. Make sure you get a roll you like on these weapons, as we’re not sure which ones will be available in Season 11.

It’s worth noting that you can get six Warmind Cell mods from the Bunkers — two from each. These mods will last until Spring of 2021, and are very powerful tools. If you haven’t fully upgraded all your Bunkers, you won’t be able to get some of the mods. Consider completing that before June 9.

All Warmind Bits and Encrypted Warmind Bits will also disappear at the start of season 11.

Season Pass

The final 10 levels of the season 10 Season Pass
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The Season Pass for Season of the Worthy includes 100 ranks, like always. The highest ranks reward skins for this season’s weapons and armor, including a great looking Ornament for the Tommy’s Matchbook Exotic. If you’re just looking to get every weapon or armor piece this season, make sure you reach level 45 on the free track. That will earn you Tommy’s Matchbook, the Seventh Seraph VY-7 SMG, and the Seventh Seraph CQC-12 shotgun. At 50 on the paid Season Pass, you can also pick up an Exotic ship.

Almost everything past 50 for the paid track is either resources or skins. However, you can get an additional Exotic Engram at rank 60 (free), 65, 74, and 98. If you don’t have all the Exotics yet, this is a great way to fill up your collection.

Note the Warmind Kanjali Artifact, associated mods, and bonus power will also go away on June 9.

The Almighty title

All seven achievements for the Almighty title
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The Almighty title is one of the easiest to get in all of Destiny 2, but it’s going away on June 9.

To complete the Almighty title, you only need to earn 7 Triumphs. We’ve organized them below by how long they’ll take you to complete.

Time consuming — start now:

  • Full-Stack Warmind Security: Upgrade all three Bunkers (EDZ, Io, Moon)
  • Resolved Bugs: EDZ Legendary Lost Sectors: Complete the Legendary versions of Scavenger’s Den, Skydock IV, The Quarry (rotates every day)
  • Resolved Bugs: Io Legendary Lost Sectors: Complete the Legendary versions of Aphix Conduit, Sanctum of Bones, Grove of Ulan-Tan (rotates every day)
  • Resolved Bugs: Moon Legendary Lost Sectors: Complete the Legendary versions of K1 Logistics, K1 Crew Quarters, and K1 Communion (rotates every day)

Can do it in a day — start before June 9:

  • Algorithm Efficiency: Clear all three Seraph Bunkers in a single day
  • Hardcoded Victory: Complete a Seraph Tower public event without failing a single charge cycle (clear all enemies off the plate before it spits out the balls)
  • Object-Oriented: Complete any Legendary Lost Sector without dying

Once you’ve completed all of these, you can pick up your Almighty Title before it goes away forever.

Various Triumphs

Aside from the Almighty title, there are several other Triumphs going away on June 9. Here’s the complete list from Bungie’s website:

  • Season 10: Power Bonus
  • Season 10: Progress
  • Season 10: Engagement
  • Season 10: Iron Banner
  • Season 10: Glory
  • Season 10: Glory Streak
  • Season 10: Valor
  • Season 10: Valor Legend
  • Season 10: Vanguard
  • Season 10: Nightfall
  • Warmind Security: EDZ
  • Warmind Security: Moon
  • Warmind Security: Io
  • Full-stack Warmind Security
  • Access Granted
  • Multi-threaded Clear
  • Algorithm Efficiency
  • Top of the Line
  • Hardcoded Victory
  • Resolved Bugs: EDZ Legendary Lost Sectors
  • Resolved Bugs: Moon Legendary Lost Sectors
  • Resolved Bugs: Io Legendary Lost Sectors
  • Multi-Threaded Spelunker
  • Object-Oriented
  • Grandmaster: Insight Terminus
  • Grandmaster: Exodus Crash
  • Grandmaster: The Arms Dealer
  • Grandmaster: Warden of Nothing
  • Grandmaster: Broodhold
  • Grandmaster: Tree of Probabilities
  • Confidence Is High
  • Safe Harbor
  • Guardian of the Lighthouse
  • This is the Way
  • All other Season 10 triumphs

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