Destiny 2 Lightfall has introduced some new seals, and this week you can unlock the Queensguard title by completing certain Triumphs. Fortunately, you can quickly unlock this title by completing the game and unlocking Triumphs through that. If you still haven’t unlocked it, then here is a rundown of all the Triumphs you have to go through to get it. In this guide, we will see how to get the Queensguard title in Destiny 2.
Destiny 2 – How to Get Queensguard Title (Seal)
Getting the Queensguard title will help you get under Mara Sov’s wing, but there are a bunch of Triumphs you have to work through before you can get the title. Here we will see how to unlock the Queensguard seal in Destiny 2.
There is 12 Season of Defiance Triumphs you need to complete to get the Queensguard title, out of which three of them are secret Triumphs. Below is a comprehensive list of all the triumphs you need to work on.
- Unbowed, Unbent – Complete the “We Stand Unbroken” quest line.
- Stand on the Table – Get all upgrades from the H.E.L.M War Table
- Bend Toward Justice – Get the Season of Defiance Favors of Justice
- Grace Under Fire – Get the Season of Defiance Favors of Grace
- Zeal Appeal – Get the Season of Defiance Favors of Zeal
- Legendary Trifecta – Complete Defiant Battlegrounds on the Legendary difficulty in the Orbital Prison, EDZ, and Cosmodrome.
- Defiant Keyholder – Get bonus rewards after using the Defiant Key at the Season of Defiance Battlegrounds end.
- Country Radio – Listen to radio messages on the Farm.
- Big Game Banisher – Defeat Champions/ Bosses in the Defiant Battlegrounds playlist.
Secret Queensguard Title Triumphs in Destiny 2
- Ctrl-Alt-Complete – Complete 3 //NODE.OVRD.AVALON// quests.
- Disable Safety Routines – Complete //NODE.OVRD.AVALON// on Legendary difficulty or higher.
- Scourge of Light – Defeat enemies with various Seasons of Defiance weapons; Regnant, Perpetualis, Prodigal Return, Caretaker, Raconteur, and Royal Executioner.
After that, you can unlock and equip the Queensguard title or seal to show off. You would automatically get most of these Triumphs by just playing the game, so it shouldn’t be too hard to get them.
That’s all there is to know about getting the Queensguard title in Destiny 2. If you like this guide you can check out our other guides as well.