How-to Get Seed of Light – All Three Seeds – Destiny 2: Forsaken
Get all of the Seeds of Light and completely level your super!
Learn how-to obtain all three Seeds of Light and gain all of the abilities for your new super in Destiny 2: Forsaken! If you’ve been wondering how to get those last two seeds, then this Seed of Light Guide should help you finish that up. The first one is obviously very easy, but the second and third will require you to be in the 550 power level range, so be sure to equip yourself heavily before attempting to get your additional seeds.
First Seed of Light: Visions of Light Feathers
If you’ve already completed the Forsaken campaign then you’ve likely already done this. If you haven’t, then you’ll start to find Visions of Light feathers dropping from enemies in The Tangled Shore. Once you collect enough of these, you will be then told to head to Io and complete the quest that will unlock the additional super.
Second Seed of Light: The Blind Well (Public Event)
First of all, you’ll need to unlock The Dreaming City to begin with. Be sure you’ve completed the Forsaken campaign, and then speak to Petra Venj and you will be given an item called the Broken Awoken Talisman. You will then be sent on a quest to run around completing Lost Sectors, Strikes, and more. You’ll finally come to the Beyond the Watchtower mission and once you complete that you will unlock The Dreaming City.
Font of Starlight, The Dreaming City
Arcane Awoken technology with the power to split the seams between realities.
Now, this will require you to be much further along in your power level (550 is the recommended). Head to The Dreaming City and to the east you will find The Blind Well Public Event. There are multiple tiers to the Blind Well event, but what you need to complete is the second tier. To start this, you’ll first need Charge of Light – Tier II. To get these, purchase them with Dark Fragments from Petra Venj (each tier 2 charge of light is 13 fragments). If you complete a Blind well event, this will also sometimes reward you with a Charge of Light, so jump into one of those if you see it active.
Now that you are ready to go, head to The Blind Well and use those tier 2 charges of light. You will want a fireteam for this, so don’t attempt to do it alone. This now spawns a ton of enemies that you will need to dispatch and finally finishing with a boss to complete.
If you are able to complete the event then you have a CHANCE at gaining a Seed of Light. There’s no guarantee, it’s a random drop. It also isn’t a guaranteed to any members of your party, it’s random all the way around.
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Third Seed of Light: Raid or Mara Sov
Firstly, you can do this in any order. You can get this “third” seed before you get the one from The Blind Well. There are two ways to do it. You can attempt to head into the Raid and kill the first boss: Kalli, the Corrupted. You will have to be pretty high power level, looking in the 560 – 580 range.
Alternatively, you can do it the easier way, but it requires you to do it at a certain time. The Dreaming City is on a three week rotation, during the final week when the curse is at its height you can go to Petra Venj and pick up the “Gateway Between Worlds” weekly bounty. You complete this by finishing the Blind Well event multiple times. The higher tier you complete, the more percentage is given towards the bounty. Once you’ve done this, you will be given the “Offering to the Oracle” reward. Head to the Observatory and give the offering to the Oracle. This will open up a portal, and allow you to visit with Mara Sov. She will give you a reward which is the third seed of light!
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Destiny 2 Makes It Much Easier To Get A Seed Of Light And Third Forsaken Subclass
An Offering to the Oracle is the key.
on September 28, 2018 at 2:10PM PDT
In many ways, Destiny 2’s Forsaken DLC feels like it was designed to cater to more hardcore, dedicated players than the base game. That extends to the acquisition of the new subclass branches, of which each class received three. The first is quite easy, the second requires access to a late-game area, and the third was previously reserved for those brave enough to dive into the Raid. Right now, however, one of the weekly bounties makes it much easier to get your hands on the Seed of Light item required to unlock one of these trees.
Among the bounties you can acquire from Petra this week is Gateway Between Worlds. This tasks you with taking part in the Blind Well activity located in the Dreaming City. Once that’s complete, you’re rewarded with an Offering to the Oracle. Typically, presenting that offering would reward you with a chest, but now, as the post-Raid story continues to unfold in the Dreaming City, you’re instead presented with a portal. Go through that to be sent to the Queen’s Court, where you can actually interact with the MIA queen, Mara Sov.
Once you’re there, you’ll get access to a chest that gives you a Seed of Light–a consumable item that lets you unlock a new subclass branch. As you can see in the images above, you can also platform your way to an object you can scan for a piece of lore.
New subclass branches are particularly desirable for variety’s sake (or if you just hate the choices you made previously), but they’ve proven hard to obtain. As noted above, the game doesn’t just hand out Seeds of Light after your first one. It does warn you that they’re rare, but it’s been an unexpected surprise just how long you may have to wait to get your second and third seeds.
Regardless, this new avenue is a welcome development to those eager to try something new who aren’t yet prepared for the Raid. It’s the latest tweak to the game we’ve seen since Forsaken’s launch earlier this month. The changes have been coming often, with new content unlocked after the Raid was first beaten, a new Crucible mode launching, and the addition of quests leading to weapons like Malfeasance. For more, check out our look at the latest weekly reset.
Getting your hands on the third Seed of Light isn't terribly difficult, provided you can access the Dreaming City and take part in the Blind Well.