Destiny 2: Forsaken – Here’s our full raid guide for Last Wish

Destiny 2: Forsaken – Here’s our full raid guide for Last Wish

The Last Wish raid in Destiny 2: Forsaken arrived this past Friday. After almost 19 grueling hours, it was finally cleared by pro players from Clan Redeem — GladdHeAteHer, FleshCrunch, Modern, Ehroar, Sweatcicle, and Indica. The team earned the honor of being World’s First for the Last Wish raid. They also got a guaranteed rare exotic item drop — the One Thousand Voices fusion rifle. Oh, and they’ll get wrestling belts from Bungie as well. Subsequent clears were also made by various pro teams and streamers such as Datto, Gigz, Teawrex, and so on. If you’re one of those who’s watched streams or dipped your feet in the raid, you’ll know how tough it can be. That’s why we’ve got this full Last Wish raid guide for you.

Last Wish Raid Destiny 2 Forsaken Opening

Last Wish — Raid Guide

First off, Last Wish requires that you’re at least 520 Power Level (PL) to even enter it. However, the recommended PL is 550 with the first encounter already having enemies at 560 PL. This means that you’ll be hard-pressed if your Power Level is too low. If ever you’re in need of leveling and progression tips, you can always check out our full Destiny 2: Forsaken guide.

The Last Wish raid has five — technically six — encounters which we’ll break down for you. This will include ideal group compositions, subclasses, and loadouts.

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    • phineasjw

      Good summary. Might want to mention to split team up into 3 groups of 2, for the plates..

      • Quppy

        We had three people always doing the plates, worked out fine

    • DarthGreenScar

      Nice guide. I was curious as to why a different person must hold the eye of riven each time. The player that grabbed the eye first no longer had any stacks on them by the time we got to the 2nd floor. Couldn’t you just have 2 dedicated eye holders?

      • Ryan

        Yes that is correct. My group has been doing Shuro Chi with two dedicated relic holders

      • Jason Rodriguez

        Yep — the relic has a debuff that prevents you from grabbing another one within a set amount of time. That means another player needs to grab it. This mechanic is also present in the Morgeth, Vault, and Riven encounters so you’ll need to rotate people.

        However, once everyone’s at a high enough PL, you generally ignore the relic since you can burn down a bar of her HP without the need to stun.