Destiny 2 is an online multiplayer first-person shooter game. Bungie developed the game and was later published by Activision. The game is set in a “mythic science fiction” world and features a shared-world environment. This is an overview of the game and the guide to Destiny 2 clans.
Destiny 2 features both Player vs Environment (PvE) and Player vs Player (PvP) activities. A free roam patrol mode is also available for each planet which is not present in the original game. It features public events as well as new activities.
Players take up the role of a guardian protecting the last city remaining on the Earth from different alien races. Players can improve their character by gaining experience and leveling up.
Destiny 2 features three character classes with their own specific upgrades, perks, special abilities, and three sub-classes that allow players to finely tune their individual characters.
After choosing a class, players select one of three species for their character: Human, Awoken, or Exo. Players can later add two more characters to have a character of each species.
- Hunter: Hunters have access to the Solar-based “Gunslinger” sub-class and the Void-based “Nightstalker” sub-class both with gameplay changes from the original game.
- Warlocks: Warlocks have access to the Void-based “Voidwalker” sub-class and the Arc-based “Stormcaller” both with several changes.
- Titans: Titans have access to the Arc-based “Striker” sub-class and the Solar-based “Sunbreaker” both with significant gameplay changes.
Destiny 2 Clans
Clans in Destiny 2 provide many features that allow the community of players to play and progress together, communicate, manage, and build their community. Clans are important for the individual development of the players. The additional benefits of playing together with people is also an advantage of the clans.
Clans must have at least 2 members for the Clan profile to be displayed in-game. Players can browse Clan profiles and visit their Clan profile from the Clan page in the Destiny Companion.
From the clan page, Players can browse other clans or view their clan. Anyone can report a clan if the clan violates the code of conduct.
Admins and Clan leaders can edit Clan Name, Motto, and Mission Statement, Clan Banner. Clan Members will receive a Clan Banner item from Hawthorne in Destiny 2. Clan perks can be unlocked by leveling up the clan.
The Clan Roster in the Destiny Companion will display all Clan Members regardless of platform.
Clan XP and Level
Clan Members completing activities will contribute to their Clan XP up to a weekly maximum. There is an additional weekly Milestone that allows the players of a clan to earn additional rewards.
Weekly Clan Engrams
- To unlock the Crucible, Nightfall, and Raid Weekly Clan Engrams, at least half of the Fireteam completing each activity must belong to the Clan.
- To unlock the Trials of the Nine Weekly Clan Engram, a single Clan member must win 7 matches on a Trials of the Nine ticket.
- Progress towards the Weekly Clan Engrams resets with the Weekly Reset and Weekly Clan Engrams can only be claimed by one Character per account.
There is a default chatting channel for a clan and Founders and Admins can create up to 5 additional text chat channels. Admins can set permissions for each channel and can disable and hide the optional chat channels.
During the Clan creation process, the Clan Founder can set the Clan Name, Motto, and Mission Statement and can dit them once the clan is created.
Clans must have a total of at least 2 members for the Clan, Clan Roster, and Clan Banner to show up in Destiny 2 and for the Clan members to begin earning Clan XP. Leaders can also ban players from their clans.
To delete a Clan, all members, including the Clan Founder and Admins, must leave or be kicked from the Clan.
Players are able to request to join a new Clan even though they are already a member of a different Clan.
- Clan Founders can promote members to Clan Admins or demote them. They can also make an Admin as the founder.
- Founders and Clan Admins (if settings permit) can promote or demote members to the rank of Member or Beginner.
- Clan Founders and Clan Admins can invite or accept pending join requests.
Every Clan has a dedicated private forum that can be used to post messages to their community.
Heres a link to the Clan search. bungie.net Clan search
Enjoy the game players!
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