Destiny 2: Every Way To Obtain Reissued Dreaming City Gear

Destiny 2’s Season of the Chosen has brought back a few fan-favorite weapons for players to earn. Four weapons from the Dreaming City have returned alongside the Reverie Dawn armor set. Waking Vigil, Retold Tale, Vouchsafe, and Sleepless are all back, now immune to the effects of sunsetting for the foreseeable future.

That’s not all Bungie did to these weapons; all four returning weapons have refreshed perk pools. Waking Vigil can now roll with Kill Clip, Retold Tale can get Quickdraw and Snapshot Sights simultaneously, and Sleepless can get Chain Reaction. You’ll want to be farming for these guns, but how exactly can you earn them? That’s what this guide is for. Let’s go over every activity that grants reissued Dreaming City loot in Destiny 2.

Shattered Throne

Farmable: Weekly (once per character)

Gear Count: 5 per character

Every encounter in the Shattered Throne dungeon will grant a random piece of Dreaming City loot on your first completion each week. This equates to three items per character each week. Two hidden chests also exist in Shattered Throne that are guaranteed to give you a Dreaming City weapon or armor piece. Here’s where you can find them.

Chest #1: Thrall Hallway

As you enter the hallway for the first time, keep moving forward. When the path diverts you to the left, jump over the railing in front of you instead. After a second, you’ll lose the slowed debuff. Land on the railing under you by jumping, else the fall will kill you. Turn around to find a chest beside a portal.

Chest #2: After Vorgeth

This chest requires a Tincture of Queensfoil to reach.

Make your way to the gravity lift guarded by four Hive Wizards. Don’t go up the elevator. Instead, run to the right side of the elevator. You should be right next to a series of hanging pillars. Consume the Tincture of Queensfoil to spawn a series of platforms. Follow the path to find a chest.

Story Missions

Farmable: Weekly (once per character)

Gear Count: 1 per character

Petra Venj will sell a bounty each week that unlocks a story mission tied to the Dreaming City. Depending on the week, it’ll be one of these three missions:

  1. Broken Courier: Available when the curse is at its weakest.
  2. The Oracle Engine: Available during growing curse week.
  3. Dark Monastery: Available when the curse is at its strongest.

Completing one of these missions will finish the bounty, allowing you to turn it in for a Dreaming City item. You can only complete one story mission per character per week.

Ascendant Challenge And Bounty

Farmable: Weekly (once per character)

Gear Count: 2 per character

There are six Ascendant Challenges in the Dreaming City, one of which is available each week. Completing a challenge for the first time in a given week will grant one random piece of Dreaming City loot. This can be done on each of your characters, giving you three pieces of gear every week.

Petra Venj also sells an Ascendant Challenge weekly bounty that gives a random piece of Dreaming City loot when completed. This bounty only requires an Ascendant Challenge completion, effectively doubling the loot you receive from your weekly completion.

Note: Ascendant Challenges will only reveal themselves if you have consumed a Tincture of Queensfoil.

Here’s where you can find each challenge. Remember, they rotate weekly.

  1. Bay of Drowned Wishes: It’ll be a portal floating beside the entrance to the final boss arena. This challenge takes place in Agonarch Abyss.
  2. Chamber of Starlight: Jump up the cliff behind the Lost Sector chest to find the portal. This challenge takes place in the Cimmerian Garrison.
  3. Aphelion’s Rest: A portal will be floating above a dirt ramp leading to the Lost Sector boss. This challenge takes place in Ouroborea.
  4. Garden’s of Esila: Head to the southern cliffside to find the portal. This challenge takes place in Forfeit Shrine.
  5. Spine of Keres: You’ll find the entrance in the northwest corner of the Spine of Keres, floating above a rock formation. This challenge takes place in the Shattered Ruins.
  6. Harbinger’s Seclude: This portal is sitting atop an Awoken Statue. This challenge takes place in the Keep of Honed Edges.

War For The Dreaming City Bounty

Farmable: Weekly (once per character)

Gear Count: 1 per character

War for the Dreaming City is a bounty that asks you to complete eight daily bounties for Petra Venj through the course of a week. Since she only sells five bounties each day, this will take at least two days to complete. Turn in the bounty for a piece of Dreaming City gear. This can be done once per character per week.

Offering To The Oracle

Farmable: Weekly (once per character)

Gear Count: 1 per character

Offering to the Oracle is a unique consumable item obtained from the Gateway Between Worlds bounty. This requires you to complete Blind Well runs. Tier IV runs (using a Tier III and an Unstable Charge in one run) grant 50% bounty progress. Once complete, turn in the bounty to receive the offering.

To turn in the offering, travel to the Spine of Keres on the western edge of the map. You can reach it from the Divalian Mists. When you reach a massive Awoken tower, enter the building. Follow the staircase across from the entrance until you meet a Techeun (an Awoken wearing robes). Give the offering to the terminal beside the Techeun to spawn a chest, giving you a piece of Dreaming City gear. This can only be done once per character per week.

Blind Well

Farmable: Daily (once per character)

Gear Count: 1 per character

Unknown to most, Blind Well completions give Dreaming City loot. A successful Tier IV Blind Well completion grants a Dreaming City item once per day. To start a Tier IV run, slot in a Tier III Charge of Light in the Oracle Engine. After you defeat the final boss, your Ghost will make a quip about the engine. This will give you a small window to slot in an Unstable Charge into the engine, starting a Tier IV boss fight. Kill the boss to receive your loot. This can be done on each of your characters once per day. No bounty required.

Corrupted Eggs

Farmable: No

Gear Count: 40 per account

The Dreaming City and associated activities have 40 hidden Corrupted Eggs for Guardians to break. Similar to Europa’s Entropic Shards, Corrupted Eggs can only be broken by one weapon: Wish-Ender. You can obtain the quest for this Exotic Bow from the Shattered Throne dungeon.

Like most things in the Dreaming City, some of these eggs are time-gated. You can find all 40 eggs in the following locations.

  • Nine eggs are in the Dreaming City patrol space.
  • Nine eggs are in the Shattered Throne dungeon.
  • Two eggs are in The Corrupted strike.
  • Five eggs are in the Last Wish raid.
  • Three eggs are in the first, fifth, and sixth weekly Ascendant Challenges.
  • Two eggs are in the second, third, and fourth weekly Ascendant Challenges.

Unlike previous methods, Corrupted Eggs are account bound! Once you break an egg, it’ll never respawn. This gives you 40 chances at obtaining your preferred weapon or armor roll. Corrupted Egg progress is shared amongst all of your characters.

If you’re going to go through that much trouble to obtain Dreaming City loot, consider chasing the Cursebreaker title while you’re at it; breaking all 40 eggs is necessary to earn that title.

Cat Statues

Farmable: No

Gear Count: 9 per account

Guardians can find nine hidden Cat Statues in the Dreaming City. If you give one of these statues a Small Gift, it’ll grant a Dreaming City item before despawning. Similar to the Corrupted Eggs, these cats are account wide and don’t respawn. We have a guide detailing where to find all nine of these statues that you can read here.

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