How would you like a gun that improves based on the number of enemies you knock off? One with an alternate action available that can buff the refresh on some of your abilities if you want? Destiny 2 has that weapon in Traveler’s Chosen, an Exotic Sidearm. With that sales job, you are likely very eager to get your hands on this tiny little jewel. You want to know how to get Traveler’s Chosen in Destiny 2. The good news for you is, this guide tells you exactly what you need to do.
Traveler’s Chosen came from an Exotic Quest in Season of Arrivals
Season of Arrivals had quite a bit going on, didn’t it? There was the whole thing with the Darkness Pyramid Ships showing up on planets in Sol. Ruinous Effigy made an appearance with an Exotic Quest. And Arrivals also brought us Traveler’s Chosen via an Exotic Quest that, based on your being here, you may not have completed.
You may think that there’s no way to get this weapon now. Season of Arrivals is gone, as is the content featured in it, so the Quest is no longer available. Fortunately, you can still get your mitts on Traveler’s Chosen through a different channel. We’re going to tell you all about it right now.
You can buy Traveler’s Chosen at the Monument to Lost Lights
I will rag on the Destiny Content Vault and how dumb I think it is until the end of time. But Bungie at least did one thing right with it: it made the weapons from Vaulted content drops and past Seasons available in a kiosk. I’m talking about the Monument to Lost Lights, which is found in the Tower in between the Vault terminals.
You can buy Traveler’s Chosen there, granted you have the proper resources in your inventory. You’ll need:
Once you have all that, open the Monument, jump into the section called “Shadowkeep Exotics,” and hover over the very last icon on the screen. That’s the gun you’re after. From there, press the button shown on the screen to make your purchase, and go have some fun.
That’s how to get Traveler’s Chosen in Destiny 2
I rather enjoy using this weapon in PvP activities mostly, as I’m a bit top-tree Warlock fan who enjoys the ability to get my Celestial Fire Melee back in a quick manner. But you could take TC into some PvE content and see how it works for you there, too. Test it out, see if there’s a spot in your toolkit for it, and then go from there. If you find you don’t care for it, well — there are still many, many other guns to choose from.