Season 19 of Destiny 2, titled Season of the Seraph, has several titles that players can collect over time. The core title of the season is Seraph which you can get by finishing Heist Battlegrounds and looking for collectibles stored away in different places.
It is a nice change of pace from the usual challenging missions that players are accustomed to in the past, like Scallywag or Reaper. That is why you should aim to make progress whenever you get the chance, and Seraph should be yours in no time. In that regard, the following guide will help players know about the various collectibles and Heist Battlegrounds.
Destiny 2: Season of the Seraph – How to get the Seraph Title
Players must take down 600 opponents using IKELOS v1.o.3 or Season of the Seraph weapons, and only these two variants are allowed. The best way to go would be to make use of the IKELOS_SMG_v1.0.3 with Voltshot and Feeding Frenzy.
The best places to get the required number of hits are Shuro Chi during Last Wish, the maiden battle during Grasp of Avarice, Heist Battlegrounds, and Lost Sectors within Throne World of Savathun.
Yes, You Can Pet The Dog
After you have demolished the 50 drones guarding the H.E.L.M. towards the end of the season, you will be able to pet the mechanical dog present there. After interacting with it, the “Good Boy Protocol” gets activated, allowing you to pet it and get credit.
This is the weekly “More Than a Weapon” quest that players get as part of their seasonal challenges. You will have to finish a Heist Battleground and interact with NPCs, but since it is once a week, only when you reach week seven can you complete the objective and collect the credit.
Players have to use Revision Zero and demolish security drones present around various locations. They will give you Umbral Energy, but “Security Clearance” and “Tactical Armor” upgrades are necessary for the quest.
That is why you will also have to make progress in More Than a Weapon, which will grant you these from the Exo Frame. These are the locations where you can find a lot of drones:
- Seraph Station: 12 drones
- Heist Battleground: Mars: 6 drones
- Heist Battleground: Europa: 6 drones
- Heist Battleground: Moon: 6 drones
- Europa: 10 drones
- Moon: 10 drones
You will be getting a reputation at the Exo Frame upon finishing Heist Battlegrounds, and that is why the best way to go is by just completing the main quest. You can even try to equip yourself with four pieces of seasonal armor that give you an extra reputation. The build players have can easily make them reset their rank quickly in a short period.
Go for all the Warmind Nodes in the system. Players have to merge Resonant Stems in their Enhanced Resonance Amp, which is rewarded after finishing the season’s first mission. The Stems are available once you finish Heist Battlegrounds. As you keep interacting with the inventory, you will find the Warmind Nodes. Players have to unlock 16 nodes, and here are the locations:
- Operation Seraph’s Shield: 4
- Moon: 6
- Europa: 6
Once you have the frequency required, approach the Warmind Node, and your screen will start getting yellow/golden.
After reaching rank 16 with either Shaxx, Drifter, or Zavala, players will receive the Veles-X, the ritual weapon. Players do not need to grab any ornaments, either.
As you make your way through the “More Than a Weapon” quest, there is an Exotic mission called Seraph’s Shield, which needs to be finished on any level of difficulty. That’s all there is to it.
Players have to unlock all the upgrades present at the Exo Frame in the H.E.L.M., with some of them getting unlocked as you move ahead in the “More Than a Weapon” quest. Some will need Exo Frame Modules, also obtained from Seasonal Challenges. This means most of the upgrades can be gotten till week seven.
Silence The Alarm
This is a tricky one, as you will have to take down the Deathtongue Choristers during Heist Battlegrounds before you initiate the Battlesong with the help of the Annihilator Totem.
This needs to be done 15 times, and players are advised to carry a Tractor or Stasis Cannon as they shove or freeze the Choristers, respectively. Since they are minibosses, you must be patient and finish them with heavy weapons.
Thus, these are all the 10 Triumphs players will encounter in the season for the Seraph title. Remember that only nine are required to earn the title; you can leave out one of them per your choice.
Last Updated on January 6, 2023
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