Destiny 2 Nascent Dawn 5/5 - Javelin Multikills, Alton Dynamo Cache

Nascent Dawn 5/5 is the final step of a long quest chain in Destiny 2. Once completed, it will reward you with the Polaris Lance masterwork catalyst. In order to finish it, you’ll have to get javelin multikills, complete PvP matches, disrupt a hive ritual and find a cache in Alton Dynamo. It’s not particularly difficult, but it can be time-consuming. If you’re looking to save some time, our Destiny 2 Nascent Dawn 5/5 quest guide will help you with that.

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Destiny 2 Nascent Dawn 5/5 – Javelin Multikills, Alton Dynamo Cache

How to get javelin multikills?

In order to get javelin multikills, you’ll have to play a couple of rounds of Escalation Protocol. To get a multikill, you’ll have to murder three opponents in quick succession. The best way to do it is to start the activity when you’re alone in the area, and use the Rasputin Armory Code to summon a Valkyrie right away. The first wave consists of a large number of low level enemies, and should make for an easy task. Just wait until they’re grouped, then throw the spear.

The next step requires you to complete three PvP matches. Go to the Crucible and play out three matches from start to finish – you don’t even have to win them.

Hive ritual disrupted

This really sounds much more complicated than it is. All you have to do is travel to Glacial Drift, the southernmost part of the Mars patrol area, and complete the Strange Terrain Mission. It’s not any harder than your average story mission, so just keep at it.

Alton Dynamo cache location

The last step requires you to open a specific sleeper node in Alton Dynamo. It’s in the server room, and if you want to get it, just go through the icy tunnel, follow the path and hug the right wall until you’re in the room. Go straight up the stairs, and you’ll see it.

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2 COMMENTS

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    Jim

    Why are the hive in Nascent Dawn 5/5 Disrupt hive ritual invulnerable?

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    Steve

    Your light level is too low.

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