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Destiny’s community is large and varied. Everyone is a little different in terms of how they defeat the Darkness. We have heard a lot of stories over the years about conquering challenges, meeting new friends, and the various ways that Destiny has touched your lives. We’d like to hear more! This isn’t a contest. It’s a way for us to get to know you better, and to hear about the kinds of in-game moments that have made the largest impact on you. So if you’re up to it, share your most memorable moments of Destiny – anything that made you feel: • A sense of tremendous achievement • A sense of belonging • Devastated or heartbroken • Utter domination • A human connection • Like laughing until you cried • The moment you knew you loved this game! Thank you for being such an amazing community. We look forward to hearing more of your stories.
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  • I’ve played destiny since vanilla and have so many stories from joining vault of glass at end and being the only one to get the mythoclast or finding the fireteam I still play with, this game is amazing. Best with friends, but all time momoennts for me are when I finally got the Anubis trials helmet in d1 and watching that same person I was with in trials run the last part or last wish to slam at 0 seconds to complete the raid. Epic, thanks rapidwolverine and Bungie for making an awesome entity we call destiny.

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  • Being an adult on the autism spectrum, being social for me doesn't come easy. I have met so many wonderful people playing Destiny over the last 3 years. This game has changed my entire life. The connections I've made with other people mean so much to me. If it weren't for this game I don't think I would have this much interaction with people. Raiding is so enjoyable and rewarding for me because it tests my ability to communicate with other people and it helps me learn how to communicate clearly. I can not thank Bungie enough for making this game. The meme about the friendgame is often mocked but for me it is real. The friendgame is so real for me and the main reason I continue to log on every day.

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  • I might as well do this, - I am not the Best person on here as I tend to call a spade a bloody shovel, not always taking into consideration that people get offended. I am an Asshole I know, but I would rather be an asshole to your face, than a snake behind your back. That being said, here it goes. [b]• A sense of tremendous achievement.[/b] I was Between Clans, - I was 8 Hours ahead of my previous clan so our time was limited to game together. I was dispirited as the Leviathan Raid came out and I really wanted to do it. I ended up posting on here and within a short time, I got contacted and organized and with the help of a bunch of Decent blokes I completed my first Leviathan Raid. [b]• A sense of belonging[/b] I work and Live abroad as an expatriate in the Middle East - there is no Social life here, and I pretty much have only gaming and gym to keep me occupied in my spare time. I convinced my mate to get the game and we basically ran together and did everything in the game together. I started my own little clan, had 5 people in it and we played a lot. everyone else got busy so I dissolved the clan and flew solo for a while. I got an invite to my current clan, and it was the best decision I have made since I have been on D2. The founder and I managed to turn the clan around, built a Website and basically grow the clan substantially. I never met him before, and one day I just let the guys in the group know, hey I am home for holiday and He made a plan to meet me, drove 2 hours to have a drink with me. That night, friends became Family. His lovely wife is like my sister, we fight a lot but we always go to each other for guidance, he is like my brother in the sense where we would know what the other one means without saying something. I am grateful for this. And I am Grateful for the Game that enabled me to befriend them. Since then, I Attended his Wedding , and he Attended mine - if it was not for this game, I would not have met the people in my life, that kept me from falling into the pit of depression I so very often dip my toes in. That is why I have a love hate relationship with this Game. I get frustrated by the choices you guys make, yet I remember that it is this game that gave me the ability to connect with people that make my life so much more rewarding and fruitful. [b]• Devastated or heartbroken[/b] I do not easily get phased by emotional stuff on the internet, as one often has to filter through the 50%. But, I get moved when people do the "guardian down" posts. It is really an eye opener to see that even through all the toxicity on here, and keyboard warriors just venting out of anger, there are people here, who have the highest admiration for their fellow gamers and clan members, and to read what they write in the "guardian down" posts, often stirs something in me, not quite devastation but I would often put myself in their shoes (which we as a community rarely do) and I would think "what if this happened to one of my clan mates?" Because.. even though I am an Idiot most of the times, I think of my Team, my Clan as my family. And doing the effort to know them all personally, It hurts me imagining me, in the situation someone else is currently in... I hope I never get to write a Guardian Down post. [b]• Utter domination[/b] We all have had our moments in Crucible, or Raids, or Any PVE. - but My fondest memory of this is when we did the Nokris Run (when your Modifiers were broken). It is not really deserving of any "domination" but none the less, this little bug had our whole clan go for the highest 300+ Score! Felt powerful, was great. In PVP however, I had 1 Match that stood out of all the Matches. So, hate me for this but... I Ran Skullfort, and Shoulder Charge in one match - I did not Fire a single bullet. I was on an 11 KD Streak then they got mercy ruled - I felt like trash afterwards but It was FUN. [b]• A human connection[/b] The game in itself, will always stay that - Just a Game, therefore I do not really attach myself to anything in the game that I shouldn't and I understand that people often get deeply involved in the lore. Which is great for them. I think most of the time people often forget this is just a game, and should not let this influence you as much as it does, including the community. Speaking there of, The community (although toxic at times) can be a funny bunch. I often jump on here, to see what is going on, when I am at work and have free time on my hands, I have my laughs. [b]• Like laughing until you cried[/b] This was a Golden Moment for us. - So we do a Leviathan Run, and one of our Guys has a tendency to Drink a lot more than what he thinks he can handle. So we make it past the First encounter, and we are running through the underbelly to go get the Keys and we are 1 man Short. now with everyone talking we never heard this... but... As everyone started to calm down and be quiet, we heard this slight snore, it became more and more aggressive and we knew "jip... he is asleep" - He falls asleep instantly when he is drunk, he skips the whole dizzy bullshit part. we went back past the drain jumping part to find him and as we punched him we could hear his controller vibrate, but he was asleep. So, we decided to to count down from 3, 2, 1, and then scream at him. - As we did this.... He woke up, we hear this rip - Superfart, followed by a string of swearing that will get me banned for life. He sharted. We could not contain ourselves and we just laughed for a solid 10 minutes, Eventually when he got to us (after changing his pants) he opened the chest and dropped an exotic. (none of us got anything). Shortly there after he fell asleep again. - We did not complete the raid that night but we laughed so much. [b]• The moment you knew you loved this game![/b] Like I said, I do not get attached to games that Often. Hate me for this, But... the Moment Cayde 6 Died. - Reason behind it is, that it showed creative Direction from Bungie, it showed that they are willing to kill off a Key Character for the betterment of the game. The way the community responded showed me that this game means a lot to people, and therefore... I knew that I loved this game.

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  • I hope this finds you well my friend. I enjoyed meeting you at Guardian Con and I look forward to many more years with you and Bungie. Here we go: O Guardian mine, where do I start? I dived back into gaming as a birthday gift to myself after my freshly minted divorce. I heard about this game called Destiny from a friend. It was supposed to be a cross between Halo and Phantasy Star Online (DC, GC days). Never really was into FPS games, but oh man did I love me some loot grinds. Figured I’d hop into the PS4 since I left off on PS3 with Demons Souls, I even picked up the white edition of it that came with Destiny. New bachelor life, new job, new system, new game, same old love for gaming. Sounded wonderful. Oh my god was it amazing! I remember that Knight under the stairs that walloped my ass when I went exploring in the Cosmodrome. That is when I went online for information. Clans? Groups? Nightfalls? What is this metal fern? MY world literally blew open from the single player Soulsborne lover to the wide open world of Destiny and what it was going to offer me. Enter Venus and my first clan. I met them opening the Vault of Glass in the public space. It was so amazing and birthed my absolute LOVE for the Vex and lore in this game. Those guys were awesome, but they eventually moved on and I held the City steadfast while the game and its player base grew. I told others, I made friends, and I had found something that I could call a home that I had missed so much. I toppled Crota as a Titan [https://youtu.be/XFUFgIcEbBs?t=297], I triumphed in Trials [https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EJ1xIPoXkAAL0Mp?format=jpg&name=small], I suppressed in Prison of Elders, and l dethroned the Taken King [https://youtu.be/rtuld8S9rGw?t=595] making my way through every piece of content Bungie could put out for this game. I just ate it up, there was just no other choice in my mind when something for Destiny came out. I did it. I just went and did it. At this point I had met SO many people and had become a bit of a ‘grinder’ for the game. I was THE completionist. Then comes Destiny 2. It polarized my fireteams, broke my friends, and pushed so many away that it was a new start for me and my Guardians. I let the Darkness seep deep into my sinew and it festered. I worked harder and harder to be a Guardian others could look up to (like the day I ran into those fateful 6 on Venus), but in the end I pushed so many away. Forgiveness isn't something this community has a lot of and I became heartbroken with how I was turning out. All too often I found myself on the bleeding edge of ‘getting it done’ and I started to see what the Darkness really was. I aimed to be better than that. I wasn't an only child in a living room anymore… I was a GUARDIAN defending New Lights in the universe. My task, to find those who just didn't know, help those that couldn't get it, and do my best to be upstanding and humble about it. Destiny 2 has so much to do in it that many of us forget about that along the way, plugging through pinnacles, raids, etc without a second thought. Everyone has a better machine in their mind, what truly makes the Universe better is undertaking those who seek to be better and help them achieve it. Curse of Osiris, Warmind, and Forsaken hit the shelves along with the seasons. I find myself in love with a community of a game that never seems to die. There is always something to talk about, like going to a place where everyone knows your name. ‘What do you play?’, one person asks. ‘I'm a Warlock at heart!’ ‘Yeah I feel that my friend.’ This led me to Guardian Con (my first ever!). Never, once, in a Resort bustling with people did I ever feel left out. Guardians, Light Bearers, Moments of Triumphs, Raid stories, props, replicas, raid belts, EVERYTHING. It was like a damn candy store in a resort. It solidified my love for the game and it'll never be daunted. I build more and more love for those around and try to make my way as a helper and lover of the game and community, but hard times are in bound. After Guardian Con 2019 I was diagnosed with some pretty nasty Brain Tumors. I had multiple tests, MRIs, and Scans that all led to tumor removal as the only option for someone of my age. The survival rate was 80% in a person who had a 1:250k chance to get them in the first place. I confided in a few, who left for greener pastures and someone who had the guarantee of being there at the new drops. That was a promise I couldn't make so I couldn't really fault them for playing how I always thought gamers should: as they want to. After that I kept it pretty close to the heart, only wishing to continue the joy and love for the Shadowkeep and the Season of the Undying. I had some friends that I brought together for raiding and we ended up banding together on console for raid prep, starts, and all that good stuff. We raided and finished and have really good times, we banded together, and continue to run wild in our Pinnacle power growth. The time had come through to break the news to them. I told them of my Brain issues about 2 weeks before I was heading into surgery. I'm a big joker, so it took a moment or two and reiteration for it to sink in, but what happened next was something that I really wasn’t prepared for. Over the next week and Halloween, we had some final streams where I ended up explaining to the community with the little resolve and strength I had left [https://www.twitch.tv/videos/503608331], it's a long winded explanation and some of it is blocked out, so I apologize for that. It details though what I was to go through and my estimated recovery time. The support and love that came back my way after this was immeasurable. I was seeing support and help from my friends, my clan, the VERY FIRST CLAN from Venus, and the community like I had never seen before. People we had helped in their first raid clears, people we helped in PvP, people we helped everywhere. This community put forth so much love and kindness for me that I have no shame in saying that ‘I lost it.’ It was the eve of my surgery, staring out the hotel window reading notifications from those whom had heard the news. I sipped some water and some tears escaped me. Messages from past players, videos from old friends, people asking to send things, and general support for me to come out of it strong. I didn’t really sleep that night, not well. I go into surgery alone that morning (an only child, not many pals, and 3 hour away from my home) with resolve and bravery. I get my IV in and the Nurse literally says ‘Be Brave’ to which I respond in my head: ‘Ghost, stand by for rez.’ Two days later I wake up. It sucks. A lot. Another day passes and I wake up again. This continues until I finally feel like I have some sort of semblance of self again and can communicate with the doctors and the world. I reach out to my friends with one phrase: ‘I Live.’ I pass out again. I hear that is normal though as you are just getting stuff through your system and whatnot. But through multiple visits and talks, the Doc clears me. No more tumors. Anywhere. They are all gone, but the price was paid. I was completely deaf in my left ear losing the 1% of hearing I had remaining before surgery. Thus began my new journey of learning to walk, track with my eyes, and just turn my neck again. Probably shouldn't have, but I turned my phone back on when I found it again and that's when it happened. I completely broke down into tears and crumpled in my hospital bed knowing that I wasn’t really facing this alone. I saw the love, kind words, and the support of all the other Light Bearers out there. I saw the community for what it really was… AMAZING. I had never personally felt more welcomed and amazed by a gaming group as I have in Destiny. Not a single one and I absolutely love it for that. Never has an in game title meant more to me either. You see, I survived and did not succumb to the darkness. I am Undying. My story didn't end with surgery nor did it end with going deaf. It is 5 years strong and my Light will continue to shine for those new and old. My name is BoSolaris the Undying and I am a Guardian.

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    • D2 launched at the perfect time in my life and helped me get through my recovery. I lost my leg back in June of 2017 and this probably sounds dramatic but this game saved my life. It kept me out of some dark places with all the new friends I've made all over the world as well as always having something fun and/or challenging to do whether solo or with a squad. I've become a fan for life and can't wait to see where the game goes next.

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    • This is all wrong. I shouldn't be in here. I should be back in school on the other side of the ocean. Yet you all come to us experienced gamers for hope. How dare you! You have stolen my dreams and my childhood with your empty expansions. And yet I'm one of the lucky ones. People are suffering. People are dying. Entire clans are collapsing. We are in the beginning of a mass extinction, and all you can talk about is money and fairy tales of eternal economic growth. How dare you! My story starts at the beginning of D1, when there was 20 missions and 5 strikes in the release, huge expanses of area and a feeling of bewilderment and wonder. With every expansion i have a feeling of excitement, soon followed by a feeling of disappointment when i realise i have been swindled by Bungie. Just like an abused housewife, I come back for more of the same. The endorphins kick in with the promise of something great, then the dirty feeling of being catfished just like a tinder date with loads of makeup. You shower only to stand inside for hours shivering, violated, wallet empty. The content is released, and you expect an amount similar to the original release - 20 missions and 5 strikes, but each release becomes thinner and thinner, like an anorexic on crystal meth.

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      • My story: I was scammed by a very greedy, incompetent and lazy company. The end.

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      • My best Destiny memory is probably between 2: -The first was when I managed to get my best friend into D2 and we would just go onto each other's accounts every week (he played on PC and me on Xbox) just to see how much we could mess around. Eventually he got an Xbox and we helped each other with our first ascendant challenge, nightfall, Shattered Throne and Riven/Queenswalk and of course we still mess around -The second is when me and my best friend did my first Riven/Queenswalk: we planned to try to cheese with Swarms or Prospector and hopefully get a Well of Radiance warlock from LFG but instead we ended up finding 2 titans, 2 hunters and we were both using hunters. Long story short we managed to cheese Riven after about an hour with dodges and 2 barricades between the 6 of us and managed to finish Queenswalk with no issues (No 1k drops tho 😭)

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      • Entire fire team with no raid clears. Atheon almost dead, trouble on the last oracle run, only relic holder and myself still alive on the center platform and unloaded my trusty epitaph sniper untill he dropped. Theatre mode would have been awesome to go back and get a screen shot of the guardian shielding the shooter.

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        • Edited by MC SlayerCage: 11/20/2019 8:38:54 PM
          My favorite moments were watching Destiny's horrifyingly toxic streamers and Yutoobers who are blatant selfsh -blam!-s and the best was when Say No To Rage told 1000 people in a family friendly stream that I was a -blam!- who grew up eating paint chips because I said bounties are boring and monotonous laundry lists that detract from the fun of the game.

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          • My favorite moment was that opening moment waking up in destiny 1 after waiting so long for the game to release. The sense of Xmas morning unwrapping the game on launch night and binging all week. Best sense of achievement for me was running sword for random first timers on Crota and hearing the squeals of delight when they got that first clear. Worst moment:. The loss of my favorite character.........dinklebot. my ghost will never sound right again.

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          • Edited by GRAVEL: 11/21/2019 6:52:26 PM
            I am a 53 year old American white male and father of four beautiful young men. For those of you who haven't walked my path or find themselves in completely different shoes... it all really boils down to there's not really a lot of money around. In 2012 I divorced. I was living through my PS3 really. Destiny, was to be my knight in shining armour. A ten year commitment which I sorely needed. In 2014, I started paying for the internet so 'My' Guardian could slay, mock, and chide, on the information super-highway. It was glorious! I developed friends who cared for me and helped me heal. We became a family. A clan. There wasn't darkness any more, that was replaced by me dragging down my friends on Trials night... or me clutching raid nite, or just the roast of hundreds or maybe even thousands of hours of laughs. I can be a bit of a comedian. Something not too funny- I was addicted to Destiny. So much in fact that I would allow myself to make poor decisions on my own behalf. Buying a PS4 I couldn't afford. Playing Destiny, late for work. Playing Destiny into the morn, lack of sleep, became a vicious cycle. No worries. I had pop-tarts and red bull, (two bungie promotional partners at the time), to see me through. While I was very familiar with Pop tarts at this time- - I had never had a Red bull before. I grew to actual enjoy the taste. If that's not a testimonial to the power of Destiny... I don't know what is. [Now, just to avoid any up coming confusion on your part dear reader. It should be noted that "I" was also a smoker. Had been for many a year, or decades if you prefer... Im also fairly intelligent although my actions often contradict that fact... Point being... I have always taken responsibility for "My" actiins. That would be my defenition of a man.] Anyway, smoker, poor diet, red bull for xp. It didn't take long at my age. On the night, forever known as the, "Lurhey- Ah-llack!" in my house. You see, when you're in the midst of a stroke and you can't or won't realise it because you've bought online tickets for your family to see STAR WARS: The Force Awakens... and nothing, I mean nothing is gonna stop you, not even a 2nd graders cardboard turkey that falls out of the top shelf of the coat closet and bonks! you on the head as you are putting on your jacket to leave.... So, when you yell, "Turkey Attack! Turkey Attack!", and nobody laughs and the faces you love are all staring back at you in some blank horror of misunderstanding because they don't know what a lurk-ly la-lck is... [So a quick PSA. If your tongue ever goes numb and you speak with a lisp that feels like you have cat hair on said tongue...] [I]Get to the hospital your having a stroke [/I] Recovery is a long road back. It seems like that's all I've been doing since. Divorce. Stroke. D1. My clan breaking-up twice. I am the only member who still plays, and stays. And sadly pays. I am stronger now than ever before in my life. I still play Destiny. It's a great game that truly deserves a better fate than the one bungie has given it. I will always have a soft spot for Destiny; it's developers, and Guardians I have met along the way... That's why when I see all the abhorrent crap you've done to this game it makes me sick bungie. I still play. We may still stand shoulder to shoulder against the darkness but make no mistake-- we are no longer friends. You have been using me for quite some time now, It's okay, I am a giving soul by nature but you should be forewarned... [b]I am not addicted any longer.[/b] As I have stated, recovery is a long road, I do not recognize any sign that you or Destiny are on it. So when I sincerely thank you and then spit on the ground at the meerest mention of Evervese. I mean both. Thank you. Now please, get your act together... (maybe for the first time).

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          • The nerfs have been devastating to this game. I wouldn't say I'm heartbroken, closer to disappointed. That's all I feel towards Destiny now, disappointment. I resent that such a small portion of the community (streamers/Youtubers) have such a sweeping influence over the decisions made to balancing in Destiny. These "full time players" draw value and self worth from having rare/powerful items in the game and when these items become more common, it diminishes the "full time players" sense of self worth and importance. I loathe the very existence of every one of these self aggrandizing -blam!-. They nearly killed this game once and they're about to do it again.

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            • Edited by Ninja Slayer: 11/20/2019 2:48:32 AM
              The moment I knew I loved it? D1 launch. All the good things, D1 launch. Devastation and heartbroken? D2 launch.

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            • It all started in the Alfa beta..the pve and PvP got me hooked, I played it non stop. I was blessed to get invited to bungie studios and play test the full campaign of D1 because I signed up for the user researcher on the webpage. I spent two days playing through the campaign and had a blast doing it..they sent us home with a sweet t-shirt that I have worn many days and is kinda wearing out now😞. I left so excited for what was to come when the game was finally released. D1 was so much fun, beating the vault of glass was one of the best moments..then using my rez warlock to solo atheon off the map..I loved soloing the nightfalls even though I had to hide in places with my ice breaker to do so. Only thing that bothered me in D1 was last year in Trials when bungie messed with the ammo😞. I was also blessed to go back to bungie studios to playtest the D2 strikes before it was released.. But I wasn't happy with it..I felt kinda sick to my stomach when leaving. It just didn't feel the same and wasn't too sure how it was going to play out with all the changes to the weapon loadout\class set perks..no custumable options like in D1. The start of D2 was just a nightmare..thankfully it has gotten better with time but still alot off still have been bothering me. I've lost a good friend that I've played many yrs due to how D2 started , he moved on to overwatch and hasn't been back. I'm glad you guys disabled that wanna be trials it wasn't fun @ all but we've been waiting too long for it to return.. Xur is a joke in D2.. Also miss my rez warlock with melee shield.. Is there any lore saying how we lost it?

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            • [b]• A sense of tremendous achievement[/b] Beating Vault of Glass and Crota's End for the first time, That last sword smash is so special [b]• A human connection[/b] Beating Vault of Glass and Crota's End for the first time with friends. [b]• The moment you knew you loved this game![/b] Beating Vault of Glass and Crota's End for the first time, That last sword smash is so special

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            • My best memories were when the exotics in the game made people lose their minds in the chat, at a hidden chest or end drop. Gjallarhorn, Vex Mythoclast, etc etc etc

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            • • Laughing till you cried ok so ive been playing since d1 but i lost my old account and all my progress but its alright i guess. Ill never forget the time me and two of my very best friends were playing d1. We were doing crota and this blueberry ended up joining. He was a hunter and said he had gjallahorn. Im a bubble titan and so the strat was clear adds place bubble and then gjally crota then whack him with the sword. Well our plan didnt go so well and we all died. When we respawned we all were like "what happened why did we all die". I then hear my buddy a warlock ask everyone if they fired. We all said yes but one kid (the blue berry) goes yeah i fired like 3 shots we all turn to him and he was holding ice breaker. he then tried to tell us icebreaker was better then gjallahorn.......i couldnt breath i was laughing so hard. the entire party just started dieing laughing the beat part is this kid didnt even have gjallahorn in the end......all in all though definitely one of my favorite memories.

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            • [quote]Destiny’s community is large and varied. Everyone is a little different in terms of how they defeat the Darkness. We have heard a lot of stories over the years about conquering challenges, meeting new friends, and the various ways that Destiny has touched your lives. We’d like to hear more! This isn’t a contest. It’s a way for us to get to know you better, and to hear about the kinds of in-game moments that have made the largest impact on you. So if you’re up to it, share your most memorable moments of Destiny – anything that made you feel: • A sense of tremendous achievement - one moment instantly sticks out. Not the raids I beat for the first time or other end game activities. It was climbing the mountain. I can’t tell you how long and painstaking that was. • A sense of belonging - all to often, friends not on, clan not on haven’t done X end game activity and I head my way to LFG. The assistance, guidance and patience I’ve had is great. The bad seeds take away from this amazing community • Devastated or heartbroken - the damn I bought the titan gauntlets instead of the Ghally. Only had enough strange coins for one item. Mistake. • Utter domination - getting 40 plus kills of guardians in gambit. Ahh how I miss you sleeper. • A human connection - as someone how works from home for work, I do not have that human connection. This game and the folks I have met, give me that during the day • Like laughing until you cried - there’s no crying in destiny • The moment you knew you loved this game! Thank you for being such an amazing community. We look forward to hearing more of your stories.[/quote] - alpha. I had an extra code and asked my good bud, “hey you gotta check this out”. Hooked ever since and continue to throw money at the screen.

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            • • A sense of tremendous achievement Id..have to say back im Destiny 1, playing in 2014, i was just a 14 year old kid playing with my buddies, doing the Crota raid. But..man..delivering that final, tramaendous blow wirh the sword as the Oversoul was bout to ignite, me being the last one alive? Cant get any better than that. • A sense of belonging A sense of... belonging? Most likely making friends and making a clan with them, these three guys, a hunter, a warlock, and a titan, having me join them and making a friend group, me being the other titan..we, became a fireteam. whenever it was prison of elders, a crucible match or a raid, we all dominated, we took down everything..kinda, felt like we were brothers. • Devastated or heartbroken A devistating or heartbroken moment? Well, the obvious choice would be Cayde's death! But, in all seriousness..realizing that, my fireteam broke up. My first one, that is, not the one I told about earlier. The warlock of my fireteam left for PS4, and, kinda just...dissapeared, same with the Hunter, fell off the face of the earth...ah..i miss those guys. • Utter domination This one's pretty funny, so, story goes like this: Im in a crucible Iron Banner match, cant remember what it was but we had no lives right? so, everyone on my teams like, "Panic super! Shoulder crutch, use whatever!" and both sides are at match point, whoever wins this time gets it, MY Dumb@$$ decided to do this; I popped my BUBBLE, waited with my perfect paradox thinking "I Got this" while only having 2 special ammo. Well, whole team barrages me, I forget I was wearing saint 14, and they ALL get blinded. Me, panicking like the noob i was, threw a magnetic grenade and i just, RUSH out of that bubble..Only to realize EVERYONE died, and im sitting there running like a chicken with my head cut off, best thing ever, truly. • A human connection Honestly for this one, id have to say being able to meet new people, like last night, im goin through gambit, party up with random, and just had a blast! Didn't know each others names, never spent a game together, and there we were, two titans, a warlock, and a hunter, going through a 20 gambit win streak while just, being complete idiots. I love this community ya know? • Like laughing until you cried so..many times, have i had this moment, but the best, was during a forge, where, somehow, im with my buddies(being a bubble boi ya know?) and, i go to cast my bubble to keep my guys from dying during the boss, and ya know what happens? That, A$$Clown cabal stomped on me while i did, glitched me to where im still casting a bubble, flying off and hitting a wall(I could hear my buddies laughing and choking on their drinks) and bouncing out the cave and up to the sky! Im just flying away in my bubble like i was yelling "MY PLANET NEEDS ME" • The moment you knew you loved this game. The moment? I..id have to say, waking up in the Cosmodrome. The first words I heard in the game as i was ready to play, looking at my Gaurdians hands as he awoke.."Eyes up Gaurdian". Being in that Cosmodrome, was something else man. If you guys ever bring back the iron temple or the Cosmodrome, it would..honestly make my day. Afterword: Thank you Bungie, for letting me share my moments, and thank you for letting me experience new things, and having a very enjoying game. Yea, theres ups and downs as we made our way to where we are now, but, they were fun in my opinion, ive never hated anything bout the game nor really disliked the content(yea i know the Undying mind thing) but, the undying season all together? pretty damn cool. Have a nice one Bungie, and dont forget to say your stories too! And you, fellow Gaurdian, reader, have an awesome day.

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            • Edited by Odin: 11/16/2019 5:18:38 PM
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              Are you guys spending time on here because the player base is dropping again? I could see this if this was D1 around ROI time when most of the community was actually happy about the game considering the changes that took over the years, but this post feels way out of place knowing how Bungie has been treating their player base this last 6 months. With all due respect, I remember one of your first posts on this forum talking about how you know and Bungie knows that they (need to earn our trust.) Can you actually be honest with yourself and ask yourself if that has actually taken place since the day you posted that on this forum? Especially with the recent changes with Eververse, the nerfing, Datto, etc...? Edit: [spoiler] Just because I'm not afraid to ask legit questions doesn't mean this thread was meant to complain or be negative. The ones on this thread (trying to make it about me) are the ones making things negative. Please think before making a reply to me. My question was a [b]( legit question.)[/b] Take your personal issues somewhere else please, they don't belong on this forum. I'm looking for people that actually know how to present themselves in a respectful matter and know how to have a conversation. How anyone presents themselves is how one will be treated. If you show respect I have no problem giving respect no matter who it is. Simple logic really.[/spoiler] Edit: 1. Someone on this thread asked me to post my memories. The good things about Destiny so I will but Ill try to keep it short, I said try 😄 D1 hands down, In spite of its issues I can see how the game had (heart put into it.) The pride that was taken creating content. The weapons/gear designs, that as a looter shooter created that incentive the game had on wanting to run the activities. That alone is what I really miss about D1 because the skybox is a given on how well they do their work that can be appreciated that that is what makes a looter shooter. You can't have one without the other, it just doesn't work. [quote]• A sense of tremendous achievement[/quote] Nothing in the game as far as acquiring anything, meaning items. My achievement was helping other running raids that I helped over 300 gamers in D1 y1 get their complications. I and 2 other people would spend time helping new players run their fires raid that I ended up having over 250 friends on my friend's list and just in y1 I had over 3000 because spending time helping others. That is the only achievement I will ever need. [quote]• A sense of belonging[/quote] I think I covered that already. [quote]• Devastated or heartbroken[/quote] Never had any experience like that In D1 because I enjoyed my time with the exception of not playing D1 for over a year because of the sandbox, came back for ROI and had a blast when I knew the sandbox was done with D1. In D2 it was literally D2 base game and how things have been handled since Forsaken released that I believe Fosakem was the best place this game has ever been in that I would say is more of a (heartbreak) knowing what this company is fully capable of just from there past work with Halo and D1. [quote]• Utter domination[/quote] D1, Actually feeling like I (was creating my killing machine.) [quote]• A human connection[/quote] I connected with the 2 people that I helped others run the raids and outside the game. Friendship is one of the most important things to have in life. It's not a matter of how many you have, it's a matter of who is there for you through thick and thin and learning how to give back whats so freely given. [quote]• Like laughing until you cried[/quote] Didn't cry but the laughter was there for sure. My best moment in Destiny was running VoG with a random group that I will never forget. I was at the tower when the tower was the LFG and I was invited to join them. Not always but some of the times when I have joined a group there has been that class clown that loves to joke around so just starting it out was a good sign on how the group was getting along that they showed they were there to have fun. Longer story short the talking wasn't so much once we got inside, just running the raid. We get past the Templar and start running the Gorgons, we wiped a couple of times because of messing around having fun, but out of the blue, someone decided to ask where everyone lived. Come to find out that everyone lived at least an hour from each other. From there on out the talking and the laughter were nonstop. Needless the say, the raid took a lot longer then it should have but it was a blast 🙂 [quote]• The moment you knew you loved this game[/quote] I can't say I ever loved Destiny because it's actually a false feeling. What I can say is, that I have had a lot of fun when the work is being put into the game that has heart.

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              • Edited by WanderingSpyder: 11/21/2019 5:13:56 PM
                I have a ton of memories playing both good and bad. The most exciting time being when my first Gjallarhorn dropped. I was doing the Vault of Glass with my clan in January of 2015. I started playing the month before when The Dark Below came out and several clan mates did not have it yet. Despite this short period I was running the raids/NF more than 3 times some weeks as I remade a few characters. So yeah I got the drop from the Gorgon maze chest, which in and of itself I have a ton of memories.. running the maze solo with a group of LFG people so they could leave and rejoin, getting Plan C over and over from the chest(speaking of where is the Plan C??) Nightfalls were more fun with the fear of getting booted to orbit. By far the worst experience was lag in crucible. The gods were people on a 1 bar that would teleport everywhere and just about couldn’t be killed. Thankfully that isn’t much of a thing these days. Another random memory, a clan mate didn’t get his first Gjallarhorn until the House of Wolves and he got the Dragonsbreath soooo many times like legit 12/13 times.. before closing out I think it’s very important to say and I hope someone from Bungie is reading this, I really don’t have very many memories from D2. For reference I have 1100 hours played in D2 and two things come to mind, I went on a 60 something win streak in quick play, which ended from a comp loss, and I just hit legend for the first time in comp. I will say doing the shattered throne the first time was a ton of fun, great landscapes and fights, but other than that D2 has been very mediocre. In example, I’m glad I got the 1000 Voices, but only remember that I got from the raid with Riven. There hasn’t been a single drop I was crazy excited about, a single activity even that I was like holy crap this was awesome. Destiny 2 by and large has been a very flat game and great experiences come from highs and lows.

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                • I was heartbroken when the new Vex Offensive weapons came with vegetables sprouting all over them . The guns are good but I refuse to use them because they’re so horrifically ugly . Bungie doesn’t seem capable of releasing well-thought of content themselves. The only way they “improve” a game is by nerfing the hell outa everything not giving value at all

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                • When I finally got ice broker from a blue engram I wish d2 have exotics like ice broker, g-horn and p&time

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                • Is making content still hard? Just checking.

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                  • I for one want all the development team and every one receiving a paycheck from Bungie or their affiliates to also make a list of what they have done the last 5-6 years. Your best content? Your worst content ? The best money grab? The worst money grab? Least amount of hours worked and got paid for a full week? Most hours actually worked in a week? Favorite vacation taken ? Worst vacation taken? Worst fib ever told ? Best fib ever told ? Feel free to also add questions if need be .

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