Destiny 2 Seed of Light Guide – How to Find Another Seed of Light
Way back when Bungie released the Forsaken expansion for Destiny 2, they added new subclasses for each of the game’s three types of Guardians. By completing a quest for Ikora, players could obtain a Seed of Light, which can be used to unlock one subclass for either the Solar, Void, or Arc power sets. However, it’s not immediately clear how to obtain more in order to unlock the two others. To obtain another Seed of Light in Destiny 2, you’ll have to head to the Dreaming City.
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Second Seed of Light in Destiny 2 – Blind Well
If you haven’t been to the Blind Well yet, it’s a location in the Dreaming City that also includes a public event. One player will have to insert a Charge of Light into the Well, kicking off a survival mode that culminates in a boss battle. The event itself is pretty straightforward. Make sure to stay in safe zones before the bosses show up, and when they do, kill the “Anathema” enemies and collect the orbs they drop to get a buff that will allow you to bring down the bosses’ shields.
To get a second Seed of Light, you’ll have to complete a Blind Well activation using a Tier II charge. These can show up as rare drops in the Dreaming City, or can be obtained by completing a Tier I activation of the Blind Well. Unfortunately, the Seed of Light is a random drop from a Tier II completion, so you might have to run the event a few times to get it.
Third Seed of Light in Destiny 2
There are two ways to get the final Seed of Light in Destiny 2, one of which is straightforward but difficult and another which is complex but easier. The straightforward, difficult way is to defeat Kalli, the Corrupted in the Last Wish raid. For help with that, check out our Destiny 2 Last Wish Raid Guide.
If you don’t raid, you’ll have to do things the complicated way. Wait until the Dreaming City is on the last week of its three-week cycle. There’s an easy way of determining what part of the cycle you’re in by looking at Petra Venj’s location. On the first week, she’ll be at Aphelion’s Rest. On the second, she’ll be at the Bay of Wishes. And on the third, she’ll appear at the Chamber of Starlight. (A)phelion’s Rest, (B)ay of Wishes, (C)hamber of Starlight, get it?
Anyway, hit up Petra for the Gateway Between Worlds weekly bounty and complete it by doing Blind Well runs. Get the Offering to the Oracle item by completing the bounty and take it to the Observatory. Instead of a chest appearing as normal, you’ll be taken through a portal to Mara’s Sov’s throne. She’s out right now, but has kindly left a chest containing the last Seed of Light.
And that’s all you need to know about getting another Seed of Light in Destiny 2! Now get out there and use your broken roaming supers until Bungie nerfs them.By completing a quest for Ikora, players could obtain a Seed of Light, which can be used to unlock one subclass for either the Solar, Void, or Arc power sets.
How to get a Seed of Light in Destiny 2: Forsaken
Learn how to unlock a second subclass by getting a Seed of Light in Destiny 2: Forsaken.
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Those looking to change up their builds in Destiny 2: Forsaken will have noted that a second Seed of Light is needed to unlock your second subclass. While the first is given to you in a rather straightforward manner, unlocking the second one isn’t quite so clear. Earning it requires working together with an experienced Fireteam to fight through a pretty tough event, but fortunately we can walk you through the steps required. Here’s how to get a Seed of Light in Destiny 2: Forsaken.
How to get a Seed of Light
- Complete the Forsaken campaign.
- Reach the Dreaming City .
- Complete a Tier 2 Blind Well event.
As with many of Forsaken’s secrets, the first stage in unlocking your second (and third) Seed of Light is to complete the Forsaken campaign. Following that you need to gain access to the Dreaming City as it’s here that you’ll find the event required.
Within the Dreaming City you’ll need to have a Tier 2 Charge of Light so that you can start a Tier 2 Blind Well event. You should be able to mark the location of the Blind Well on your map such that you can follow a waypoint marker from the start of the Dreaming City. When you see the vast building in the side of the mountain, you’re in the right place. Head on forwards through this and you’ll reach the Blind Well.
To start the event, place the Charge of Light into the slot on the central pillar, but be prepared for a tough fight. To complete this you’ll most likely need the help of other players, and ideally a strong fireteam you can communicate well with. Make sure you’re all experienced with the event, then get place the Charge of Light to kick things off. Completing the Tier 2 Blind Well should result in a Seed of Light spawning for you, letting you unlock further subclasses. However, it has been known that it will fail to spawn, meaning you need to complete the Tier 2 Blind Well event again. You can repeat this in future to earn more Seeds for further subclasses.
If you’re looking to make swift progress through Destiny 2 : Forsaken’s many challenges, be sure to check out some of our other guides. Here’s how to get Prime Engrams , while over here we have a guide for all Lore Crystals in Destiny 2: Forsaken .Learn how to unlock a second subclass by getting a Seed of Light in Destiny 2: Forsaken. ]]>