Chaperone Exotic Shotgun - Holliday Family History Quest in Destiny 2

Chaperone is an exotic shotgun in Destiny 2. It’s part of the Forsaken update, and it should be familiar to veterans of the original game. It’s Amanda Holliday’s family heirloom, and a pretty unique weapon. In order to get it, you’ll need to complete the Holliday Family History quest. If you’re having any issues with starting or finishing this quest, you should keep reading our Destiny 2 Chaperone exotic shotgun guide.

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Destiny 2 Chaperone Exotic Shotgun – Holliday Family History Quest

How to get Chaperone quest – Holliday Family History?

The Holliday Family History quest is randomly assigned, which means you’ll get it at some point. Most people report getting it after entering the Dreaming City for the first time, but there are no rules. Some got it while playing Crucible, others got it during strikes. The only consistent thing is that if you’re part of a fireteam when you get it, the entire team will get it as well.

Where to find Chaperone in Destiny 2?

Once you’ve got the quest, you’ll have to complete a series of tasks before you get the shotgun. Talk to Amanda Holliday, and she’ll send you to get 20 shotgun kills in the Crucible. The next step will be a bit more difficult. You’ll have to defeat a certain number of opponents in Crucible using void, arc and solar damage – 30-40 each. You won’t be limited to using shotguns this time.

The last step requires you to get 15 guardian kills in Gambit. This includes both kills as an invader, and murdering other invaders. In other words, any time you kill another player in Gambit, it will count towards the total. Finally, you’ll have to talk to Amanda again, and she’ll give you the Chaperone.

It’s an odd thing, a shotgun that shoots precision shots at long range. Scoring precision kills with it will briefly increase your handling, range and precision hit damage.

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    Jordan

    I was on a fireteam when my friend got it and I didn’t

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