The Bungie 30th Anniversary Pack for Destiny 2 is here, bringing with it some fantastic reprisals from past Bungie titles and two new activities: the Dares of Eternity and Grasp of Avarice dungeon. If you’re looking for some of the best weapons and armor in Destiny 2, the Grasp of Avarice is where you’ll want to be.
With a full fireteam, Grasp of Avarice is arguably the easiest dungeon of the bunch and one of the most rewarding. It’s short, only has two boss fights, and lacks any complicated mechanics. Here is a complete guide to Destiny 2’s Grasp of Avarice dungeon
Similar to Master variants of Nightfalls and raids, Master Grasp of Avarice features a much higher Power requirement and the inclusion of two modifiers: Champions and Match Game. We recommend you avoid running the Master variant until you’re at least 1,340 Power, preferably higher. The Legend variant features no modifiers and a lenient Power requirement of 1,310.
Master Grasp of Avarice’s loot table doesn’t seem to have Adept weapons, but it does have something arguably just as exciting:
The Thorn-themed armor that drops from this dungeon gains the Artifice trait when obtained from Master difficulty, adding a fifth mod slot that accepts any Artifact mods you’ve unlocked.
Just about anything works for Legend. Fusion Rifles with the Particle Deconstruction mod from the Artifact work best. For Master, we have a few suggestions:
Other than that, this is the exact same as the Ogre encounter. Use the Scorch Cannon to spawn Engrams, get as many stacks of Burdend by Riches as you can, deposit them in the crystal altar at the center of the arena, then damage the boss. A fireteam of three all using One Thousand Voices with Particle Deconstruction and Well of Radiance can comfortably one-phase this boss on Legend difficulty. Those playing on Master difficulty should take it slower, picking off Champions and majors from a distance before depositing their debuff stacks.