Where’s Cry in Destiny 2 Home> New Guides> Destiny 2 Lost Sector Locations This guide covers the locations of all Lost Sectors in Destiny 2. I will try to update it as new
Lost Sectors are small underground areas hidden in the various Patrol Zones in the game. They appear in all locations, including all locations added post-launch. In each lost sector, players fight multiple enemies, leading to the champion. Upon killing a champion, it drops a code used to open a Lost Sector Chest and replenish a Lost Sector.
Earth – European Dead Zone
The EMS is the largest location in the game and therefore has by far the largest number of lost sectors, 16 in total. They are as follows:
Terminus East: Found in Trostland, outside the chapel
Atrium: In Trostland, inside the chapel
Widow’s Walk: Trostland, left of the chapel
Scavenger & ‘s Den: Outskirts, south of the Public Events Space, below the Bridge
Low tide: suburbs, along the water’s edge
Whispered Falls: Suburbs, among the trees to the northwest
The Weep: Winding Cove, right next to the fast travel point
Pathfinder & ‘s Crash: Firebase Hades, on the South Cliffs
XII excavation site: Hades Firebase, on the eastern cliffs
The Pit: Firebase Hades, below Firebase
Skydock IV: Sunken Isles, below the Cabal
Quarry: Sunken Islands, in the center of the area
Flooded Abyss: The Gorge, the southern end of the area, becomes the Outskirts
Hallowed Grave: The Sludge, in the northwest of the area
Cavern of Souls: The Sludge, in the center of the area
Shaft 13: Slime, to the east
Titan – New Pacific Arcology
Titanium has only 3 Lost Sectors. One Lost Sector is in the Siren Guard and the other two are in The Rig.
Methane Flush: Siren Watch. From the fast travel point near Sloane, turn left to face Arcology, jump down to the nearest platform making sure you land on the lower promenade that wraps around its side. The entrance to the Lost Sector leads through the round door.
cargo Bay 3: Platform. Use the fast travel point and run left towards the orange “Bay 3” section. Instead of jumping to higher levels, go to the railing and look over the edge, Lost Sector is on the lower level.
DS Quarters 2: Platform. A Heroic Public Event Near A Wizard. Go to the public events area. Cut through the room and continue along the corridors, being careful not to go outside. You will see a Lost Sector sign on the wall by the stairs as you make your way towards the red door.
Nessus – Arcadian Valley
Nessus is one of the largest locations in the game and is similar in size to the EDZ. There are only five areas that contain lost sectors, each containing only one lost sector.
Orrery: Artifact & ‘s Edge. Jump from the fast travel point down to the left where the Veks spawn. Go down towards the shallow water to locate the Lost Sector.
Rift: Black Exodus. Opposite the Fast Travel point.
Carcass Carcass: Clearing Echa. Go to the center of the area and look for the tunnel leading down under the rubble.
Conflux: Tanker. Under the large tree, look for the entrance to this lost sector of Nessus next to the waterfall.
Ancient Visitation: Tangle. Go to the right of the Dust Well and look for a cave in the wall next to the tree covered with a red mushroom.
Io – Echo Mesa
There are only three Lost Sectors on Io and they are all easy to find.
Aphix Conduit: Burst, in the southeast of the area.
Sanctuary of Bones: Ripped apart. In front of Asher Mir in the cave.
Ulan-Tan’s Tomb: The Lost Oasis. From the Fast Travel spawn point, turn left and follow the cliff face until you find a cave in the wall.
Mercury – Fields of Glass
Mercury is the smallest location in the game and has only one lost sector.
Pariah’s Refuge: Turning away from the lighthouse and Brother Vance, go left and follow the edge of the area towards the Infinite Forest. The Lost Sector is near the edge.
Mars – Hellas Basin
There are only two Lost Sectors on Mars, and again, both are very easy to find. They are:
Ma & ‘adim Subterrane: Glacial drift. From the fast travel point, turn right and follow the edge of the cliff.
Terminus Core: Braytech Futurescape. To the left of the fast travel point, in one of the rooms infested with the Swarm.
The Tangled Shore
Tangled Shore has five lost sectors for players to loot. They are:
Trapper’s Cave: Four Horns Gorge. In the middle of the map, in a gorge.
Kingship Dock: Thieves and Landing. Up the large elevator north of the area.
Empty tank: thieves and landing. To the left of the fast travel point.
AWO-43 Shipyard: Saturn’s Jetsam. Hive’s tomb near the wrecked ship.
Wolfship Turbine: Sorix Slash. Right next to the Fast Travel point.
The Dreaming City
There are three Lost Sectors in the Hidden City, one in each of the main areas:
Sunken Wish Bay: Divalian Mists. Directly behind the Fast Travel point.
Starlight Chamber: Rheasilvia. At the end of the abyss in the middle of the area.
Rest Aphelion &: The Strand. Below the temple where you can sometimes find Petra Venj.
There are four Lost Sectors on the Moon, all of which are New Regions if you know the Moon from Destiny 1. They are as follows:
K1 Logistics: This lost sector is inside a building on the Archer’s Line. Look for the Nightmare floating by the broken roof.
K1 Crew Quarters: Another lost sector is in Hell’s Mouth, south of the area, among some buildings. Enter the building to access the K1 crew quarters.
K1 Communion: To find this lost sector, go to Anchor of Light and search the building on the path leading to Hellmouth. Search the lower level to find a hole in the wall leading to K1 Communion.
Revelation K1: The last lost sector is in Sorrow’s Harbor. Search the center of the area, the entrance is at the bottom of the rock.
Here’s your weekly guide to finding and killing all of the Wanted Spider Jobs in Destiny 2: Forsaken
Destiny 2: Forsaken Wanted Bounties Week 4 – Gravetide Summoner
Gravetide Summoner is an Adventure that can be started in The Rig area on Titan. Begin your adventure by activating a lantern located on your map and you will be guided through the lost sector of DS Quarters-2 which has Hive mobs that can be skipped if you just want to head to the miniboss at the end.
There are two witches at the end of the Adventure. Killing one of them will cause the Gravetide Ogre miniboss to appear and you will have to defeat it to retrieve the Gravetide Summoner itself. Many other Hive enemies will appear during this fight, including Gravetide Thralls; Kill these guys to get the Ogre’s Fury buff, which allows you to deal more damage to the Ogre for 10 seconds.
Gravetide Summoner is the boss of the Witch and is easiest to defeat with Supers, Power Weapons, and any other explosive attacks you can apply. After killing her, the adventure will end and you can reuse the reward you are looking for in your inventory.
Learn how to complete the Most Wanted: Silent Fang in Destiny 2: Forsaken.
How to Take Down Silent Fang
If you go deeper into the Soul Cave, you’ll find a room where Silent Fang awaits. There are several generators around this room, all of which power the shields surrounding Silent Fang. In order to remove the shield you will have to fight and destroy the Exploder Shanks that will come after you. When they drop explosives, pick them up and throw them at the generators. This will give you a small window to damage Silent Tusk, so take advantage of this.
Continue the process until you manage to weaken Silent Fang enough for the Fang Servitor to appear. Now you must defeat the Servitor. Unfortunately, the Servitor Fang is immune to the damage dealt by your weapons, so focus on the Exploder Blades surrounding you and use the explosives they drop to destroy the Servitor, eventually eliminating the shield surrounding Silent Fang for good. When that happens, it’s time to burn the rest of the enemy’s health, ending this heroic adventure.
Now that you know how to complete a Wanted: Silent Fang bounty, head back to our Destiny 2 guides for more detailed strategy information, including guides on Wanted: Zerz, The Unstoppable Weight, and more.
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As is usual with the release of a story by a famous author on Amazon, most of the negative reviews come from people who have not read the description and are therefore shocked to discover that they have purchased the story. In this case, the description is very clear. This is a short story published in the Saturday Evening Post on January 28, 1967. In hindsight, the SPY THAT COMES FROM THE COLD was Le Carre’s best-selling novel of 1963.
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Do I dare to cry or do I dare to mourn? is the story of one of the masters of the spy novel, John le Carre. When I see the name, I know the handwriting will be perfect. The content itself will be great, but it is the combination of the content and the art of the writer that will make it better. John le Carre is one of the “go to” writers when the reader wants to be sure of good thought-provoking entertainment. This story appeared on the Saturday Evening Post on January 28, 1967. I acquired this number Dare I Weep, Dare I Mourn? is the story of one of the masters of the spy novel, John le Carre. When I see the name, I know the handwriting will be perfect. The content itself will be great, but it is the combination of the content and the art of the writer that will make it better. John le Carre is one of the “go to” writers when the reader wants to be sure of good thought-provoking entertainment. This story appeared in the Saturday Evening Post on January 28, 1967. I purchased this digital copy from Amazon Singles Classics.
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A classic tale of father and son hypocrisy
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