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Vault of Glass Carry
Guardians make their own fate.
Vault of Glass is a free-to-play raid released in the Beyond Light DLC. Destiny 2 Vault of Glass is a remaster of the iconic raid from the original Destiny game. VoG raid was the first ever raid introduced to the Destiny universe and it was the first raid out of four raids from D1 to make their way into the sequel. Just like the predecessor, being the beloved raid among the community VoG raid inspires Guardians for new raid adventures, which brings about the popularity of Vault of Glass carry services.
Vault of Glass Boost Rewards
- VoG raid armor and weapons;
- Infinite Reflections emblem for completing the Vault of Glass raid for the first time;
- A chance to get Vex Mythoclast Exotic Fusion Rifle;
- Powerful gear rewards;
- Experience for your Season Pass and Artifact level.
Vault of Glass Raid Weapons
The new Vault of Glass rewards include familiar armor sets from the original game and of course, the main attraction is a collection of Vault of Glass raid weapons – some of the most powerful units in Guardians’ armory that can be acquired from bosses and secret chests:
- Fatebringer Hand Cannon
- Found Verdict Shotgun
- Hezen Vengeance Rocket Launcher
- Corrective Measure Machine Gun
- Vision of Confluence Scout Rifle
- Praedyth’s Revenge Sniper Rifle
- Vex Mythoclast Exotic Fusion Rifle
Vault of Glass Boosting Process
The desired goal will determine the most appropriate way to achieve it.
Complete Vault of Glass with the Full Raid option to get the most of the raid loot, including armor pieces and weapons with the option to loot extra hidden chests. However, if you simply want to try your luck on the Vex Mythoclast and other weapons from Atheon, then The Last Boss Only option will perfectly cover your needs.
You can choose either Self-Play or Piloted mode for this boost.
Choose the Self-Play option to explore the new raid with the team of pro players and experience the adventurous aspect of the game alongside the best Destiny 2 players.
Save yourself lots of time and avoid difficult challenges with the Piloted mode – our booster will complete the raid for you and get you the desired raid rewards once the Vault of Glass boost service is complete.
Epiccarry provides a variety of services in Destiny and other game titles – we are always helping our fellow gamers to reach their in-game goals and thousands of satisfied customers prove it again and again with excellent reviews.
Boost is available on the PC, PS, and Xbox platforms.
Our Support team is available 24/7 to provide additional information about the service.
The Default delivery time for this service is 1 Day, and 1 – 3 days for the Flawless option. Once the booster logs on to your account, completion takes 2-6 Hours.
Depending on the selected options, the ETA may be extended.
Flawless Raid – we will complete the raid without deaths, the ETA for the Flawless run is 1-3 Days;
Bitterpearl (Legendary Shader) – we will additionally find all 12 collectible items inside the raid to receive the Pearl Of Glass Triumph and the Betterpearl Shader.
Share a Glass (Sherpa Emblem) – we will take take 10 Guardians to complete their first Vault of Glass raid and get you the Share a Glass Emblem (collect it from Bungie Rewards when the service is completed).
Vex Mythoclast Guaranteed – we will farm the last boss of the Vault of Glass raid until you get the Vex Mythoclast weapon.
Vex Mythoclast catalyst puzzle – we will additionally complete the Vex Mythoclast catalyst puzzle (you must have the Vex Mythoclast weapon in your collection!).
Secret Chests – we will additionally collect all the Secret Chests hidden across the raid.
Express and Priority – we will focus on your order in priority, and ETA for the service performance will be reduced by 30%.
Please note that some of the Extra Options can be provided only in Piloted mode.
We can’t guarantee any specific items drop. All in-game items obtained during the boost are random.
Boost guarantee time starts the moment booster logs in to your account and works only for services provided in the Piloted mode.
Guaranteed time does not count for the period of possible game maintenance or lags.
Small delays may occur as during certain hours boosters might be having a rest or be less active. In this case, Cross Save can help significantly, as a PC player will be able to fulfill your PS4 or Xbox order. Unfortunately, there are fewer Destiny 2 players on PS4 or Xbox compared to the PC platform.
It takes only a couple of minutes to enable the Cross Save. If you have some difficulties with it, please contact our Customer Support team for assistance.
Required Power Level – 1350, which is a base gear level, meaning you won’t have to gear up to prepare for this raid.
We will need access to your Steam account for some meaningful amount of time to work on your order. It will be occupied while we work. We need only your login and password to provide the Piloted mode service. We don’t need the answer to your secret question nor the password to your email address, which makes it impossible to steal your account. Depending on the Platform of your choice, you must provide us with the Steam Guard/Playstation/Xbox authenticator code to process the service.
Please disconnect the Steam Guard or disable the "always require authenticator for login" setting in Security Settings. The secret question will protect your account for the duration of your boost. Remember to re-enable it once we finish the service.
Destiny 2 Vault of Glass Raid Overview
The Vault of Glass is an ancient mysterious Vex structure and a whole dimension of its own where the Past, the Present, and the Future meet and exist at the same time. Many aspects of this reality and metaphysical characteristics remain to be unknown – after all, time travel is very complicated.
Changes from Destiny 1
While the raid environment was preserved pretty much unchanged, there are a few very important gameplay changes in the Destiny 2 version of the Vault of Glass raid.
- Oracles can be destroyed only in the order of their spawn – Guardians must call out and memorize the order to avoid the wipe mechanic.
- It is no longer possible to remove the Detained debuff from yourself – this is the task for your team.
There are also various changes to the encounters that we will mention in the next section.
Vault of Glass Raid Walkthrough
Destiny 2 Vault of Glass Raid features five boss encounters and four secret chests rewarding some of the best weapons in the game.
First thing in the raid, you must open the door leading to the Vault of Glass. Split the fireteam to defend three vex plates against the Vex waves. Clear the enemies until the door opens. Follow the caves and make your way to the platform where the next 3 encounters take place.
Conflux. Yet again, Guardians will have to defend three platforms against Vex, but this time around, it’s a more complex fight. Split your fireteam between three sections and quickly focus on Overload Minotaurs and Wyverns, these adds are present only in the Destiny 2 version of the raid. Do not stand in the pools left by the defeated enemies to avoid the Marked for Negation debuff.
Oracles. Guardians will have to destroy the Oracles in the order of their spawn and fight back against intense waves of Vex enemies. Encounter is a little longer compared to the original game and now lasts for five waves of Oracles, adding one more to the sequence with each new wave. Bring a heavy-hitting weapon to quickly deal with Oracles.
Templar. Assign one player on the Relic duty and let him pick up the Aegis relic and use it to remove Templar’s shield, initiating the DPS phase. During the encounter, the relic user will have to block the boss from teleporting, while the raid group, as the most common tactic, bursts down the Templar in a single DPS phase using the meta builds and weapons. Keep an eye out for the Detain debuff and move out of the group when necessary.
Now that you’ve passed the Templar encounter, make your way to the Gatekeeper through the Gorgon’s Labyrinth – your fireteam must be stealthy and avoid detection by Gorgons patrolling the area. These terrifying creatures do not care about your Power Level and if they spot anyone, they will kill an entire group in a few seconds. However, there is a special Triumph «Too Fast, Two Gorgons» that requires you to defeat 2 or more Gorgons within 3 seconds of each other – if you need that one, everyone in your fireteam should come prepared with the Wardcliff Coil.
Gatekeeper. Guardians must open the portals to Venus and Mars and send raiding parties to defeat Vex and defend the Confluxes on these planets. Guardians take turns transferring the Aegis Relic between portals and use it to break the Minotaur’s shields. In the meantime, other players operate the portals and deal with the Vex waves, keeping them from closing the pathway. Quickly focus on the Gatekeepers – they will block the portals as long as they are alive.
Atheon, Time’s Conflux. The final boss of the Vault of Glass raid, Atheon controls the Time flow within the Vault halls, giving him the ability to send Guardians through time and space. While the Vex is always ten steps ahead and able to manipulate the time to their favor, the Aegis artifact can help Guardians define the very fate.
Atheon will choose three random players and send them across the timestream to one of the planets, Mars or Venus. Those who remain in the Throne room must deal with the Harpies and make callouts for the correct order of Oracles spawn. Teleported players will shoot down the Oracles on the planet in sequence, while the Relic holder keeps them safe from the Void debuff. Once the Oracle wave is complete, jump back through the portals, and get ready for the DPS phase.
Once the Atheon is defeated, the journey is complete – you will get the Infinite Reflections emblem, boss loot, and lots of emotions from one of the best Destiny 2 raids.
Vault of Glass Loot Table
Gather all the raid weapons and armor pieces from various encounters – use the table to navigate through the Vault of Glass raid loot and get the missing pieces for your armory.
Vision of Confluence
Vision of Confluence
Vision of Confluence
Destiny 2 Vault of Glass Raid Challenges
There are five raid challenges available in the Vault of Glass raid, with one being active weekly, and all of them at once when the Vault of Glass is on the Raid Rotation. Complete the challenge to get additional loot from the boss encounter.
- Confluxes — Wait for It. Wyverns must be killed only once they’ve started to sacrifice themselves.
- Oracles — The Only Oracle for You. Players cannot destroy the same oracle twice.
- Templar — Out of Its Way. Prevent the Templar from teleporting (which is pretty much how every fireteam tends to complete the encounter nowadays).
- Gatekeepers — Strangers in Time. Kill the Minotaur and Wyvern adds at the same time.
- Atheon — Ensemble’s Refrain. Each player can destroy only one Oracle per spawn wave.
Destiny 2 Vault of Glass Master Difficulty
Destiny 2 version of the Vault of Glass raid is the first raid available in Master difficulty – you may try to complete it when the raid is active on a Weekly Rotation. The current Power Level for the Master version is 1590, and the light level requirement is increased each season.
All legendary weapons from the raid have an Adept version called the Timelost Weapon – to acquire one you must complete specific raid challenges in Master mode.
It’s no easy task to complete the Master Vault of Glass and acquire Timelost Weapons – that requires a very high Light Level and strong team coordination. Check out the Master Vault of Glass Raid Carry service page for more info.