Destiny 2 Wish Keeper Catalyst Refits
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How to get Wish-Keeper Catalyst in Destiny 2: All Refits, explained

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Wish-Keeper, the Exotic Strand Bow in Destiny 2, joins Revision Zero as a craftable Exotic weapon that has four Catalyst Refits to collect and use. Here, I’ll detail what all the Wish-Keeper Catalyst Refits are and how to get them.

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How to get all Wish-Keeper Catalyst Refits in Destiny 2

Currently, we don’t know how to get all four Wish-Keeper Catalyst Refits. Once I, through personal experience and research, figure out how to get all four Wish-Keeper Catalyst Refits, I’ll update this article to inform you on how exactly to get each Refit.

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Assuming the Wish-Keeper Catalyst Refits are similar to Revision Zero’s Catalyst Refits, the Wish-Ender Catalyst Refits will be unlocked through the Starcrossed Exotic mission. More specifically, we’ll need to interact with the environment or complete puzzles to get all the Refits.

For Revision Zero, we needed to wait as the season progressed, make progress through the seasonal quest, and interact with dead Exos in the Operation: Seraph’s Shield Exotic mission. I’m guessing we’ll need to do something similar for Wish-Keeper’s Catalyst Refits.

All Wish-Keeper Catalyst Refits, ranked

Destiny 2 Starcrossed Exotic Mission
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The one thing we do know right now is what all the Wish-Keeper Catalyst Refits do. I like it when Exotic weapons get Refits because it allows us to hone in and make the weapon fit specific builds for Titans, Hunters, and Warlocks. Here is what each Wish-Keeper Catalyst Refit does, and I went ahead and ranked them, too:

  1. Multi-Threaded Snare Refit: Snareweaver traps can Suspend more targets.
  2. Enduring Snare Refit: Snareweaver traps last longer.
  3. Hatchling Refit: Precision final blows or rapidly defeating targets with a non-precision weapon spawns a Threadling at the target’s location.
  4. Vorpal Weapon Refit: Increased damage against bosses, vehicles, and Guardians with their Super active.

In my opinion, Multi-Threaded Snare Refit is the best option because it best coincides with what Wish-Keeper does well: Suspends targets. Enduring Snare Refit is a close second best depending on how add-heavy the activity you’re doing is, but it’s a great one because it allows your Snareweaver trap, which triggers Suspend when enemies walk into it, to last longer.

My heart is telling me the Hatchling Refit is the best Wish-Keeper Catalyst Refit because I’m a Strand Warlock main, but in reality, this isn’t the best option. It’s a really great and fun option because landing precision final blows with Wish-Keeper isn’t hard, but Threadlings aren’t better than bigger and longer Suspend. In last place is Vorpal Weapon Refit because Wish-Keeper is not a weapon to be used against bosses, so ignore this one entirely.

If you’ve made your way to this guide just out of curiosity to see what all the Wish-Keeper Catalyst Refit options are but have yet to acquire Wish-Keeper yourself, let’s fix that. Use my guide to help yourself unlock Wish-Keeper in Destiny 2.

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Noah Nelson
From his early days of blog-style music, movie, and game reviews to working as the Esports Writer at Coastline Community College, Noah Nelson now works fulltime as a Staff Writer for Attack of the Fanboy and PC Invasion. He has been helping gamers everywhere with Destiny 2 god rolls, Warzone 2 DMZ missions, and collectibles in any indie game for over a year and a half. His Bachelor's Degree in English Rhetoric and Composition with a minor in Journalism from CSULB has shaped him to be a strong writer and editor. His fondest gaming memory is playing Sly Cooper 2 after begging his mom (for hours) to play it before his birthday and he still cries myself to sleep remembering the time he accidentally saved over his 99% completion save file in Kingdom Hearts 2.