As some of you know, I didn’t work on Destiny before it shipped in 2014. I started out as a Guardian. I got hooked on running the Vault of Glass, trying to get my Truth drop in a Nightfall, and, yes, sometimes trolling my fireteam with inopportune Ward of Dawn placements.
After playing for just a few short weeks, I knew I wanted to do whatever it took to work on the game. Destiny changed my life. Back then, I knew Bungie had just begun the journey of what Destiny could be – and what it could mean – to so many Guardians like me. When I walked through the doors of Bungie for the first time, The Dark Below had just shipped and the team already had their eyes up, outlining ambitious plans for the future. It was clear that everyone at Bungie loved Destiny fiercely and believed in its future as much as I did.
Flash forward to today. Season of the Chosen has launched, and it's incredible to see how far the game has come. Right now my Guardian is crushing Battlegrounds, perfecting a new build for Master Lost Sectors, gilding titles, progressing Seasonal Challenges, working on catalysts for some of the most unique Exotic weapons we’ve ever added to the game, and experiencing more Seasonal narrative progression in Destiny than ever before. It’s humbling to think how much of these systems and this content didn’t exist two years ago, last year, or even last month.
Though going to work these days includes video calls, guest pets and kids, what continues to humble and motivate me since my first day is how this team still looks at Destiny with fresh eyes every day. We see possibility in Destiny at all levels on the team and working on this game has really become life-changing for many of us. Destiny, this friendship-maker-and-sometimes-temporary-friendship-breaker; this catalyst to make memories; this universe that we all love. We’re lucky to be here and share these moments with you.
Destiny has so much to offer to so many different types of players, and even more than that, it means something different to each player. It’s complex, intricate, and demanding, and that makes it an awesome challenge to work on. As massive as Destiny is, we believe there is so much more potential to unlock in this amazing game, stories to finish and new stories to come, and that will keep driving us to make it better every week, every season, every year.
##The Witch Queen, Lightfall, and Beyond
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I'm like 90% sure that the Discord Leak real leak. Here's why, get ready for a wall of lore which expands on the Crackhead theory by /u/Tanta_Mount from a few days ago by and how it lines up with the Discord theory. Go give his original post some love!
Savathûn is Osiris.
TL:DR with major spoilers: >!Savathûn is Osiris. He has been controlling everything we do since Season of the Hunt and repeatedly backstabbing the people around him, in addition to doing extra-fucky shit. Savathûn is unable to feed Ur, Ever-Hunger, the worm god which controls her, and seeks the Vanguard for help in being freed from Ur in exchange for giving back the real Osiris.!<
First off, we know 100% that Savathûn is inside the Last City. In Beneath the Endless Night, VII - Ripe, we follow a narrator who is walking through the city in a body that is obviously not their own. They describe that they chose the form well, that they are weak, the arms are too thin, and that they were able to change a man's memory through the simple telling of a lie. Finally, the text ends with this:
> Even here, basted in deception both ample and rich, the Worm cries ravenously. It has grown grotesque, skin taut, overfed, and still it howls for more. It commands me to keep it alive. > > I look up, beyond the flickering net of darkness, and see what rests just beyond. Waiting for me. > > The Worm roars.
One important part about Savathûn is that you have to remember her origins. At the center of Fundament, when the three sisters found the five Worm Gods, they made a deal where the Hive would help and install the worm god larvae into the proto-Hive and the worm gods would grant the Hive immortality. Akka was slain by Oryx. Yul planned to consume Xol and fled alongside Nokris. Eir is patron to Oryx. Xol, Will of the Thousands tried to take control of Mars under Nokris, which we ultimately defeated. (As a reminder: Nokris is still alive, and after the events of Xol and Season of the Warmind, he pledged allegiance to Savathûn to attempt to end the Hive's reliance oon the Worms and the Darkness.) That leaves one worm left: Ur, the Ever-Hunger. While we don't know for sure if this is the Worm that struck a deal with Sathona, who became Savathûn, it is the only worm that we don't know a lot about. In Truth to Power, we read:
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Actually, I don't know what I am since I've been burning at the stake for three days
Here is a link to part 1 posted yesterday which covered Prophecies 1-6. This is Part 2, which will cover the remaining, second half of the Prophecies. Without further delay:
(1) A spark of knowledge with each fall, (2) the purpose of the endless youth. (3) No longer shunned, dark's nameless call (4) now brings about tenebrous truth.
The sun sets in the west, thus sunfall would be in the west. The sun is also the origin of light, so to go West of Sunfall literally means to go Beyond light as the world you were once apart of befalls to darkness.
Yes I know, this one's name is a bit on the nose, and it occurs during season of the hunt - the same as the last prophecy with regards to Uldren's return as Crow - but this prophecy is still incredibly important and relevant.
>But we can be nothing except what we are. You have a choice.
>You are the gardener's final argument. It would mean everything if I could convince you that I am the right and only way.
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The plot was simple with 3 people getting lost in a jungle trying to document horror activities. The acting is one of the best I have seen in a horror movie with true panic and extremely realistic dialogues. The camera work was beautiful with some very intense scenes perfectly executed without showing any cheap jumpscares. But the most impressive part was no use of any music at all as almost all horror movies depend upon music to create anxiety and suspense it had become the industry norm but not this movie.
If I wanted to recommend a horror movie this would be it.
This stems from pure speculation that someone is going to "fall", of course. Thus, it is purely conjectural... so far. There is certainly evidence pointing to it, however; these three stick out to me: