The weekly resets for Destiny 2 continue to roll out. As is part of the post-Forsaken routine, one aspect of this includes a refresh to the Ascendant Challenge that is available from Petra in the Dreaming City. For the second week in a row, we’re seeing a repeat of an earlier Ascendant Challenge; if this pattern holds, we can expect to see them released in the same order they initially debuted in. Below, you’ll find a complete guide on where you need to go and what to do to complete this week’s bounty to earn Powerful gear. [Update: It’s Monday, making this your last chance to complete this Ascendant Challenge until its next appearance.]
The Ascendant Challenge always involves you heading through a portal to the Ascendant Plane, but the particulars of what you’re doing are entirely different from week to week. To start out, you’ll need a consumable item called the Tincture of Queensfoil. With a Tincture in hand, make your way to the Garden of Esila area near the southernmost point of the map, as seen in the image below. Consuming the Tincture will provide you with the Ascendance buff that allows to see a Taken portal that’s somewhat hidden on a cliffside. Jump in, and you’ll be teleported to the Ascendant Plane’s Forfeit Shrine.
Once you’re there, you’ll have to fend off Taken–or just avoid them–while trying to secure three Arc Charges around the area. Once you pick one up, head toward the center starting area, near the giant Blight ball. Walk into the bright point at the bottom to dunk the charge you’re holding. Repeat the process two more times and you’ll receive an endless supply of Super energy that will help you to kill all of the remaining Taken in the area. Once they’re dealt with, you can complete the bounty (netting you Dark Fragments and Powerful gear) and open a chest.
Given that the bounty (not the chest) offers Powerful gear–a reliable way of increasing your Power level–this is an activity you’ll definitely want to take part in once you’re able. But bear in mind it is a challenge, so be sure to come prepared. It can be done solo, but having multiple teammates to grab charges and draw the enemies’ attention can help immensely.
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Author: Chris Pereira
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