How to get Destiny 2 Strand Meditations

Find all the Strand Meditations available in Destiny 2: Lightfall, including buffs and debuffs for the new Darkness subclass.

How to get Destiny 2 Strand Meditations
Published by Noah @ PC Game Spotlight 9 months ago


Destiny 2 Strand Meditations

Want to know how to get Destiny 2 Strand Meditations? Strand, the new Darkness subclass, is a movement-focused subclass with a grappling hook grenade and damage resistance. The core gameplay loop involves debuffing enemies and manipulating the battlefield with Tangles. To improve your effectiveness in combat, this guide debunks some keywords and buffs to enhance Strand’s gameplay.

While Strand’s quest isn’t overly time-consuming, it does require you to complete the Lightfall campaign, so it’s worth finishing that before diving into the free PC game if you haven’t already. Speaking to Nimbus in the Hall of Heroes triggers the Strand questline.

How to unlock Strand Meditations

You can begin earning Strand Meditations after finishing the Lightfall campaign. Speak to Nimbus in the Hall of Heroes to begin the questline. Tangled Threads introduces the new currency and begins the quest Neomuna’s Threads. The quests available to you depend on which season is currently live. The Season of the Deep introduces Neomuna and the Aspects relating to Strand.

Here are all the Strand Meditations and Fragments available in Lightfall:

How to get Aspects

Each Aspect can be obtained through a specific quest. You must complete the quest to claim the Aspect. If you’ve already begun the quest, you can claim the Aspect for free. If not, you can return to the questgiver and pick up where you left off.

How to get Strand Meditations

Strand Meditations can only be earned through specific activities on Neomuna. This includes patrols, Lost Sectors, public events, and more.

Destiny 2: Lightfall launch day activities

Here are some of the activities available on launch day:

That’s how to get Strand Meditations and Fragments. The Darkness subclass has several other new features, including the Threadlings. They’re small minions that track and attack nearby targets. Strand also offers buffs like Woven Mail and debuffs like Suspended and Unravel. We break down all of the new subclass features and how they work in detail in our Destiny 2 Strand class guide.

Destiny 2: Lightfall is the free PC game‘s first season of activity.

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