Since Destiny 2: Forsaken dropped, the world of Destiny has continued to change and evolve. Now, something new has appeared within The Last Wish raid, a Wall of Wishes in Destiny 2. This wall can be used to enter different patterns, which will teleport players to different encounters, grant them rewards like new emblems, and even give them new effects that can be used when they kill enemies. Today we’ll show you everything you need to know about the Wall of Wishes, including all of the wishes on the Wall of Wishes in Destiny 2.
How to Get to the Wall of Wishes
In order to find the Wall of Wishes players will need to start at the beginning of the Last Wish raid. You can find the Wall of Wishes as both a party or a solo player, making it easy to get there. It should also be noted here that using the Wall of Wishes to teleport to an encounter will require you to finish the raid or wait until the reset to return to the start with that character. So choose your wishes wisely.
From the entrance head into the room in the mountain and make a jump into the tunnel to the left. Move through the cavern here and make your way to the entrance that leads to the very first boss encounter in the raid. Don’t head into the encounter, though, instead, turn to the left from the entrance and move forward until you reach a dead end.
You can jump across the water here, to the right, and land on a ledge. This should allow you to jump up to another ledge above, and then you can crouch-walk through a small tunnel and jump over to another landing on the left. Continue moving up and around the area until you can turn to the right and jump to the next ledge. From here, cross the gap and climb up the final tunnel to find the Wall of Wishes waiting at the end.
All Wishes on the Wall of Wishes
We’ll be updating this guide constantly as new wishes are discovered and uncovered. For now, you can cycle between sixteen different images on the buttons on the Wall of Wishes, there are four bird symbols, four snake symbols, four fish symbols and four dragon symbols.
There are a couple of things to keep in mind with the Wall of Wishes:
- You can make wishes as a solo player.
- You can input as many wishes as you want.
- You are unable to “restart” the raid if you teleport using a wish.
- Wishes can be used to reach later parts of the raid without having to defeat the bosses before those parts.
- You can use the fourth wish to skip to Shuro Chi. This will allow you to backtrack and make use of a secret chest in the raid.
Put in this first wish to unlock an Ethereal Key.
You can use the second wish to spawn a chest along the path between the Morgeth, the Spirekeeper fight and the Vault. You’ll need a Glittering Key to open the chest.
You can enter the third wish to grant yourself a new Emblem.
You can use the fourth wish at the Wall of Wishes to wipe your Fireteam and teleport to the start of the Shuro Chi fight in the raid.
Use this fifth wish to wipe your Fireteam and teleport to the start of the Morgeth, Spirekeeper fight.
The sixth wish will wipe your Fireteam and teleport you to the start of the Vault encounter in the raid.
Use the seventh wish to wipe your Fireteam and teleport to the start of the Riven of a Thousand Voices portion of the raid.
You can use the eight wish to play a nice little tune at the Wall of Wishes.
Activating this wish will trigger dialogue from Failsafe, who will then continue to speak throughout the duration of the raid.
We’re still collecting info on this wish.
Use this wish to add an explosive effect to any headshot kills you get in the raid.
Unlocks an effect around player's heads.
Activating this wish will activate 'Extinguish', which causes the entire Fireteam to return to Orbit if one person dies, resetting the raid. Ideal for those looking for a real challenge.
Spawns a Taken egg above the first room in the raid.
We’re still collecting info on this wish.
As you can see, we’re still missing some of the information for a few of the wishes, however we will be working on that over the next couple of days. We’ll be sure to update our info with more screenshots and data once we have it. For now, head back over to our Destiny 2 guides for even more in-depth strategy content and guides.