Ticuu’s Divination is Season of the Chosen’s seasonal exotic, and boy, is it an interesting one. It’s a bow, but not a regular bow. When you hip-fire it, your arrows lock on to targets and tag up to three enemies. Then, when you hit one of those enemies with an aimed shot, they’re going to explode. You’re not bringing this bow into a GM nightfall, but it can be fun to mess around with, especially when you unlock its catalyst. Here’s how to get Ticuu’s Divination and Catalyst in Destiny 2.
How to Get Ticuu’s Divination and Catalyst in Destiny 2
Ticuu’s Divination is earned through the Season Pass. The good news is that it’s a part of the free version of the pass, so you don’t need to get around a paywall to use it. It’s unlocked at rank 35, so it shouldn’t take you more than two or three days to get your hands on it.
The catalyst, on the other hand, is obtained through a quest that Banshee gives you. Approach our beloved Gunsmith once you’ve earned the Divination, and he’ll chat you up before giving you the quest you need to complete for the catalyst.
The quest is called “Points Piercing Forever” and has two different steps to it.
- Collect 100 orbs of power.
- Defeat 50 guardians.
- Defeat 100 combatants.
You don’t need to use the bow to complete any of these objectives, so you should have this step done in no time at all.
- Generate 200 calibration data.
- Defeat 50 guardians with Ticuu’s Divination.
- Defeat 100 combatants with Ticuu’s Divination.
These steps are time-consuming more than difficult. Each playlist activity that you complete gives you a single calibration data, with crucible and gambit wins giving you two. In other words, complete 200 strikes or 100 crucible/gambit matches. Not hard, just long.
Defeating 100 combatants with the bow can be done in any one of those strikes, so that’s no problem at all.
Fifty guardians, on the other hand, can be a nightmare for non-PvP players. If you’re in that boat with me, keep in mind that assists you get with Ticuu’s counts, as well. So all you have to do is hit one shot and let your teammates handle the rest.
What Does Ticuu’s Divination Catalyst Do?
The catalyst itself, called “Causality Arrows,” just gives you more damage when you hit a primed target with your explosive arrow. It’s on a cooldown, so you need to hit a non-primed target with a fully charged shot each time you try to activate it unless you want to wait out the timer.
It’s not the best catalyst in the game by any stretch of the imagination, but if you plan on using Ticuu’s Divination, there’s no reason for you not to get it.