McFarlane Toys has been a staple in actions figures for comics, movies, and video games. Their attention to detail and quality is second to none. Now they are partnering up with Bungie to create action figures for Destiny. They are modeling one of each class and are wearing famed armor sets from the game's history. The Warlock is wearing the King's Fall raid armor set. The Titan is going old school with some sweet Vault of Glass gear. Lastly, the Hunter has a really nice set of Iron Banner armor. The figures are set to be released in July. They ... Read More »
Are you up for the new challenge in 'The King's Fall', step up if you are guardian Just when you thought you had 'The King's Fall' raid mastered and down to a tee, along comes a new challenge that will test the Titans, haunt the Hunters and weaken the Warlocks. The crew at Bungie have decided to introduce the 'Warpriest Challenge' this week, well we can't have guardians getting too comfortable now can we? Initial reports from Saturn suggest that you have to complete this epic boss battle within two auras and have exactly zero deaths in the fireteam, this ... Read More »
Just when you Guardians out there thought you couldn't get enough of King's Fall, Bungie are dropping some challenges in early December to entice you back into the depths of the Dreadnaught. These challenges will change every week, and will ask you to defeat one of the bosses such as the Warpriest, Golgoroth or even Oryx himself, but with a twist. While no details have come about as of yet about what those twists could be, Lead Raid Designer Gavin Irby has said this much: "Each boss's challenge requires that you defeat them in a very specific manner," Irby said, without ... Read More »
The Kings Fall Raid went up last night.. That's right Destiny’s newest raid went live at 18:00 GMT, and Bungie has confirmed that the first team to finish the fight against Oryx The Taken King was the team of King Gothalion, ProfessorBroman, TheTeaWrex, FallingCow629, CharionATV and rebelize_. Long time Destiny fans will remember that the first team took a massive 14 hours to finish the original “Vault of Glass” raid It's still a classic right?, but it only took about six to finish Crota’s End. We don’t have an official time yet on this one but it’s around seven to ... Read More »
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