The Vow of the Disciple Boosting

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Your selected amount of completions for the NEW Witch Queen Raid the Vow of the Disciple! The pyramid inside Savathuns throne world has awakened venture inside and take on a dark evil trapped within.
With the rumours sounding more and more likely to be true with The Envoy of the Witness likely being found within the darkness and the veil are closer than ever to coming true and it’s believed the Entity behind the darkness The Witness will be coming soon!

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The Vow of the Disciple raid is here! We’re finally entering one of the pyramids without being invited meaning for once we will actually be raiding one of them instead. There is plenty of secrets found within this pyramid. One of the first ones you will come across after completing the opening encounter is that of the giant worm mother you can see powering what is known as the upended. After beholding this sight you will then move on to the first encounter known as the Acquisition Checkpoint. This checkpoint will have you split into 2 teams of 3, one player will defend and the other will attack. Symbols will begin to appear in front of your sides obelisk you will then use this info to eliminate a taken knight then go into the correct corresponding room and eliminate the correct scorn captain. After this, you will use the symbol you obtained and the 2 your teammates obtained and shoot accordingly on the correct obelisk. Doing this 3 times will complete the encounter. The 2nd encounter is your first boss fight, you will have 2 players on add clear, 2 stunning the boss before he reaches the central obelisk and then 2 runner players, the faster your runners the faster you will activate the damage plates, repeat for 3 floors until you finally get the Caretaker boss into the final stand, finish him on the final floor to progress. The 3rd encounter is similar to that of the previous 2 encounters. You will eliminate everything ahead of you to get the symbols needed to open the doors but you will also have to balance 3 relics between your teammates and the timers they apply to you. This encounter is very much a race against the clock and the faster you progress the easier it will be. You are then at the final encounter of the Vow of the Disciple raid and you will have to face off against the disciple himself! In this encounter, you will use all your knowledge from previous encounters and have your teammates in the following roles. 2 people splitting and sharing the buff and then 2 people dunking the buff. One person calling out where to dunk the buffs to the dunking players and the final player on add clear. Bring your highest DPS weapons to take down Rhulk!

The 4 encounters within The Vow of the Disciple raid are the following:

Acquisition
Caretaker
Exhibition
Rhulk, the first disciple

With the release of The Witch Queen, a large portion of the Destiny 2 fanbase will have set their sights on attempting to complete the Vow of the Disciple on the day it releases. The raid of any expansion is seen as a focal point of the grind. It challenges players to push their limits in a bid to push their Power level as high as they can ahead of its release and demands that a group of six Guardians can communicate effectively while taking on one of the hardest challenges available.

As such, players will need to be prepared. That’s why this article will cover everything you need to know about The Witch Queen’s raid, how to prepare for it, and when it will be released in your timezone.

 

The Witch Queen raid: Release date and launch timeThe Vow of the Disciple will be released on March 5 at 6 p.m. UTC. Check the table below to find out exactly when that is in your local time zone.

Region Local time UTC
Australia 5 a.m. (AEDT) March 6, 2022 6 p.m. UTC, March 5, 2022
Brazil 3 p.m. (BRT), March 5, 2022 6 p.m. UTC, March 5, 2022
China 2 a.m. (CST), March 6, 2022 6 p.m. UTC, March 5, 2022
Columbia 1 p.m. (COT), March 5, 2022 6 p.m. UTC, March 5, 2022
Egypt 8 p.m. (EET), March 5 2022 6 p.m. UTC, March 5, 2022
France 7 p.m. (CET), March 5, 2022 6 p.m. UTC, March 5, 2022
Japan 3 a.m. (JST), March 6, 2022 6 p.m. UTC, March 5, 2022
Mexico Midnight (CST), March 5, 2022 6 p.m. UTC, March 5, 2022
New Zealand 7 a.m. (NZDT), March 6, 2022 6 p.m. UTC, March 5, 2022
Poland Midnight (CET), March 5, 2022 6 p.m. UTC, March 5, 2022
Russia 9 p.m. (MSK), March 5, 2022 6 p.m. UTC, March 5, 2022
Saudi Arabia 9 p.m. (AST), March 5, 2022 6 p.m. UTC, March 5, 2022
Singapore 2 a.m. (SGT), March 6, 2022 6 p.m. UTC, March 5, 2022
South Africa 8 p.m. (SAST), March 5, 2022 6 p.m. UTC, March 5, 2022
South Korea 3 a.m. (KST), March 6, 2022 6 p.m. UTC, March 5, 2022
United Arab Emirates 10 p.m. (GST), March 5, 2022 6 p.m. UTC, March 5, 2022
United Kingdom 7 p.m. (GMT), March 5, 2022 6 p.m. UTC, March 5, 2022
United States 10am, (PST), March 5, 2022
Midnight (CST), March 5, 2022
1 p.m. (EST), March 5, 2022
6 p.m. UTC, March 5, 2022

What is Contest Mode in The Vow of the Disciple carry ?

Bungie promised more details on what Contest Mode would look like for Vow of the Disciple back in January… and we’re still patiently awaiting more information. Historically, Contest Mode would impose a strict cap on all players’ Power Level within the raid for its first 24 hours, even if they were already about that Power Level, making it that bit more challenging. In previous seasons, this cap has been enforced at about 20-40 Power Levels below the recommended Power Level for each encounter.

On top of this, previously, The Vault of Glass had an additional day one modifier to unlock the Tempo’s Edge Triumph. After the initial completion on Day One, Guardians unlocked the ability to attempt the Vault of Glass again with a series of challenges activated. To be considered for the World’s First completion, players needed to complete this mode on top of the already grueling onslaught of the Contest Mode Vault of Glass.

What Power Level should I be to complete The Vow of the Disciple boost and recovery?

Vow of the Disciple Account Carries

Below, we’ve got two images from the end cutscene from the Vow of the Disciple Raid. So, as always, here’s your final chance to look away and avoid any spoilers going in.

The Vow Of Deciple carries and recoveries

From the images, it appears to show a Scorn-like creature both entering the world as well as fighting against a bunch of Guardians. This likely follows immediately after you defeat it in battle and there will be follow-up images to explain what happens next.

There as suggestions that the name of this ominous figure is Raulk, the first Disciple, and will be the final boss of the Raid itself. This does fall in line with all the story beats we have been getting thus far and certainly matches with the full 3D rendered image that we have previously reported on.

Now, there are whispers that the full end cutscene from Vow of the Disciple has been making the rounds but we haven’t been able to source that as of now. However, these images we have been able to source are pretty spoilerific, especially if you’re a loremonger, and know what this towering monstrosity means for the future of the story.

With the full Raid release less than a week away we’ll get clarification on all of this soon enough but until then, we can all just speculate on how defeating Raulk will have greater implications in the upcoming Lightfall expansion.

Just like Contest Mode, Bungie is still remaining tight-lipped about the required Power Level for Vow of the Disciple, but there are some trends for raids that might give an indication.

For the Vault of Glass, which launched in the Season of the Splicer, Contest Mode imposed a limit of 1300. This was 20 Power Levels below the Hard Cap for that season. The trend is also similar for the Deep Stone Crypt, which launched with the release of Beyond Light and the Season of the Hunt. Deep Stone Crypt was limited to 1230 Power Level and was 30 below the Hard Cap. Similar can be said for Shadowkeep and the launch of Garden of Salvation, which had a Contest Mode restriction of 920 Power Level when the Season of the Undying’s Hard Cap was 960.

So, if we were to make a rough guess based on these trends, you can expect the Contest Mode for the Vow of the Disciple to fall anywhere around 1520-1540 Power Level. Given that it is not yet confirmed, it would be safer to aim for as high a Power Level as possible due to the Legendary Campaign providing anyone who completes it with a full set of 1520 gear.

What enemies are in the Vow of the Disciple carries?

 

Bungie’s cards are still firmly placed against its chest, but there is a lot more information in the wild about the core enemy types that you can expect in The Witch Queen, which extends to the Vow of the Disciple. The two main enemy types appear to be the Scorn and the Hive.

While we know that Hive Guardians exist, it’s not clear how they will interact with the raid. However, we do know that these enemies need to have their Ghosts executed to prevent any resurrection. Couple this with Ogres, Thrall, Hive Knights, and Acolytes and you’ll soon be overwhelmed with arc shields, solar damage, void damage, and potentially some Barrier Knights or Unstoppable Ogres.

Then you have the Scorn. We know a lot about the Scorn already thanks to the countless times we have all run the Corrupted Lair Nightfall Strike. This means that you might have to run gauntlets of Screebs, stand off against Unstoppable Abominations, take care of Overload Chieftains, as well as defeat the usual riff-raff of Stalkers, Ravagers, Wraiths, Raiders, and Lurkers – not to mention those big ol’ Scorn Walkers they seem to have procured.

How do I prepare for the Vow of the Disciple recovery?

There’s a lot of prep that goes into a raid, from choosing the right weapons to making sure your team can tackle anything that comes at them. To keep it brief, we’ve curated a list of known beneficial strategies and tips to make sure you get ahead when it comes to preparation:

Level your weapons up the vow of deciple account recoveries

Bungie has already highlighted that crafted weapons have an intrinsic level that will allow you to unlock further perks. It might be that these improved perks will benefit your team in the long run when it comes to eking out a bit of extra damage or dealing with particular enemies.

Create a flexible fireteam the vow of deciple boosting

While it’s well known that the majority of classes have more than one purpose, it does help to have designated roles with various builds that can react to different encounters appropriately. A standard approach is to ensure you have two of each class in your fireteam, but the builds they intend to run are equally as important.

As a starting point, Titans should be able to consider dealing large amounts of damage or placing a protective bubble. Warlocks should be able to confidently provide healing support with their Well of Radiance as well as dropping the biggest Nova Bomb imaginable should you fall short of killing the boss of some encounters. Finally, Hunters should seek to manage crowds of small enemies with their tether or deal large chunks of damage with their Golden Gun combined with Celestial Nighthawk.

The Vow Of The Disciple account recovery Prioritize the unlocking of anti-Champion mods in the Seasonal Artifact

As outlined in our enemies section, Scorn and Hive could present all three types of Champions. So make sure your team has a reasonable balance of equipment that supports killing these Champions available and the mods to go with them. Bungie have already confirmed that Glaives will be able to stun Unstoppable Champions, Anti-Barrier Scout Rifle and Bow mods have returned, and both SMGs and Auto Rifles will offer the ability to deal with Overload Champions through seasonal mods.

Make sure to maximize the available Powerful and Pinnacle Engrams

Make sure to do this in the two weekly resets between The Witch Queen’s launch and the release of the raid. We have already discussed this in our Leveling Guide, but it bears repeating.

What are the rewards for completing The Witch Queen’s Raid The Vow Of The Disciple paid services?

If you hadn’t noticed, a lack of confirmation is a running theme when it comes to Vow of the Disciple, but you can reasonably assume that there will be a Day One completion emblem, a belt and emblem for those who are the first in the world to clear the raid, an exotic associated with the raid, a load of gear to find, and maybe even a ghost or sparrow.

On top of that, there is usually a series of redeemable rewards, such as T-shirts, raid jackets, and various other real-life rewards that can be purchased through the Bungie Store after completing various milestones in the raid.

Since the release of The Witch Queen, the Destiny 2 community has scoured every piece of information and turned up some weapons that are believed to be drops in the Vow of the Disciple.

The first, and most notable, is what players believe to be the raid’s exotic drop; Collective Obligation. While the Collective Obligation is now viewable in the Collections tab, you can view its ornament; In Finality. It’s also believed that the black and red colored weapons in the Enclave are the Vow of the Disciple’s legendary drops. These are; Insidious (Pulse Rifles), Submission (Submachine Gun), Deliverance (Fusion Rifle), Lubrae’s Ruin (Glaive), Forbearance (Grenade Launcher), and Cataclysmic (Linear Fusion Rifle). Similar to the exotic, these weapons are not viewable in the collections either.

So, there you have it. As much information as we could scrape together ahead of The Witch Queen’s raid. Be sure to check back as the guide will continue to update as more information is shared over the coming days and weeks – two to be precise.

Destiny 2: The Witch Queen is now available on console and PC, priced at $40 for the complete expansion, or $80 for the Deluxe Edition, bundling Seasons 16 through 19, two dungeons, and other exclusive bonuses.

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