Destiny 2's How to Get the Charge of Light sparrow

Destiny 2's How to Get the Charge of Light sparrow ...

Destiny 2 has no Sparrow Racing league, but sparrows are still the most efficient way to travel most locations in the game (as anyone who completed the objectives in Europa before the addition of the Eventide Ruins landing zone can attest). And theres a secret sparrow in Destiny 2's Season of Plunder that matches the pirate/nautical theme.

The Charge of Light sparrow is larger and heavier than the season pass sparrow, Buccas Jollyboat, but it does not make it less attractive. Its almost like an Eliksni Pike with the bulk and sheer size of a regular sparrow with more sleek, sparrow-like edges.

In Destiny 2, how do you get the Charge of Light sparrow?

To get the Charge of Light sparrow, you must first attain rank 16 on the Star Chart and complete all Cryptic Quatrains quests. Resetting your rank does not require attaining rank 16.

The first part of Cryptic Quatrains I will take you to the Moon, then to an Expedition, and finally to Nessus for another two riddles. Each of these will be useful to unlock the Charge of Light sparrow.

The last Cryptic Quatrains quest will involve you going to a Lost Sector in the EDZ, then a Strike in Nessus, and finally a Ketchcrash run under certain conditions. After youve completed this part of the quest, youll have another set of clues that will lead you to the last buried treasure: the Charge of Light sparrow.

Although some players anticipated an Exotic weapon similar to Agers Scepter in Season of the Lost and Dead Mans Tale throughout Season of the Risen, the Cryptic Quatrains quest only yields a sparrow, and it can be difficult to justify running Charge of Light over Always on Time, which is the game's fastest sparrow for some time. Still, finishing all Cryptic Quatrains quests is a requirement for the Scallywag title, so you might as well get an Exotic