Lost Prophecies are a new type of activity in Destiny 2. They’re were added in the Curse of Osiris DLC. They’re similar to the bounties from the first game, and will reward you with legendary weapons on a weekly basis. They become available after you’ve completed the story missions and some other activities, and remove some of the randomness from the game. Players are having trouble starting them, so we’re writing this about Destiny 2 Lost Prophecies to show you how to start Forge quests and craft Vex / Osiris weapons
The prophecies are tied to the Weapon Forge. There are some conditions that need to be met before you can start doing them:
After that, Brother Vance will start offering lost prophecy verses. Each verse is a quest in itself. Once you’ve taken the verse, reading it will give you more info about what you need to do. Once you’ve got the items, the process gets needlessly drawn out:
- You talk to Brother Vance and upgrade your prophecy offering. This combines the items you’ve collected with some legendary shards, making the actual item the verse needs.
- You open up your inventory and use the upgraded offering. This makes the verse “react to your deeds”.
- You take it back to Brother Vance, and he turns it into a fulfilled verse using space magic.
- Only then do you go to the forge, use it and get your new legendary weapon.
If you need further help with Destiny 2 Shadowkeep, check out our guides on Dead Ghost Locations, Jade Rabbit Locations, and Eyes on the Moon - How to Start Vex Invasion. If it's Exotic Weapons that you're after, we've got you covered with our Pain And Gain Exotic Quest and Deathbringer Exotic Rocket Launcher - Symphony of Death guides. Going back in time for new players, we can offer you guides like Ikelos Weapons - How to Get SMG, Sniper Rifle, Shotgun, or, if you're playing Forsaken content, guides like Corsair Down & Badge - Dead Body Locations.