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Year Three of Destiny is quickly approaching, so it’s time to begin the wrap up of Year Two with the return of the Moments of Triumph system.

Players will have until September 20th to complete the following eight tasks:

  • A Blade Reborn: Complete any of the Exotic sword quests from Shaxx
  • Eris Morn’s Revenge: Collect all 50 Calcified Fragments
  • The Sword Logic: Defeat Oryx in the King’s Fall Raid on Hard difficulty
  • Return to the Reef: Complete the April quests “At The Gates” and “Return to the Prison”
  • The Play’s The Thing: Complete the Taken King main questline, culminating in “Regicide.”
  • Challenge of the Elders: Complete an Elder’s Sigil scorecard in the Prison of the Elders.
  • This is Amazing: Complete the Crucible questline culminating in “The Mountaintop.”
  • The Third Element: Equip a fully leveled Year Two subclass on any character.

Players will be able to track their progress both in-game and on Bungie.net. For every two challenges completed, a reward will be unlocked. This year’s rewards include new Emblems and Armor Shaders.

Finally, players who manage to complete all eight will be able to purchase a commemorative t-shirt from the Bungie Store. The shirt is currently listed on the store for $777,772.77, however, players who complete the triumphs will be given a discount code that will drop the price to $24.99. Players can customize the shirt with their Xbox Live Gamertag or PSN ID. All profit from the t-shirt will benefit the Bungie Foundation.

Destiny’s next expansion, Rise of Iron, launches September 20th for Xbox One and PlayStation 4.

Source: Bungie

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It’s time to complete Destiny’s Year Two Moments of Triumph

Do you have what it takes to complete all eight?

By Matthew Bennett | 07/8/2016 06:32 AM PT | Updated 07/8/2016 11:00 AM PT

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Year Three of Destiny is quickly approaching, so it’s time to begin the wrap up of Year Two with the return of the Moments of Triumph system.

Players will have until September 20th to complete the following eight tasks:

  • A Blade Reborn: Complete any of the Exotic sword quests from Shaxx
  • Eris Morn’s Revenge: Collect all 50 Calcified Fragments
  • The Sword Logic: Defeat Oryx in the King’s Fall Raid on Hard difficulty
  • Return to the Reef: Complete the April quests “At The Gates” and “Return to the Prison”
  • The Play’s The Thing: Complete the Taken King main questline, culminating in “Regicide.”
  • Challenge of the Elders: Complete an Elder’s Sigil scorecard in the Prison of the Elders.
  • This is Amazing: Complete the Crucible questline culminating in “The Mountaintop.”
  • The Third Element: Equip a fully leveled Year Two subclass on any character.

Players will be able to track their progress both in-game and on Bungie.net. For every two challenges completed, a reward will be unlocked. This year’s rewards include new Emblems and Armor Shaders.

Finally, players who manage to complete all eight will be able to purchase a commemorative t-shirt from the Bungie Store. The shirt is currently listed on the store for $777,772.77, however, players who complete the triumphs will be given a discount code that will drop the price to $24.99. Players can customize the shirt with their Xbox Live Gamertag or PSN ID. All profit from the t-shirt will benefit the Bungie Foundation.

Destiny’s next expansion, Rise of Iron, launches September 20th for Xbox One and PlayStation 4.

Source: Bungie

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About Matthew Bennett

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Matt is one of the longest-serving members of the EGMNOW team. An ability to go many hours without sleep and a quick wit make him ideal for his role as associate editor at EGMNOW.com. He often thinks back to the days when the very idea of this career seemed like nothing but an impossible dream. Find him on Twitter @mattyjb89