Few NPCs in Destiny are as divisive as Toland, the Shattered. Collected below is a listing of known quotes from this figure from within Destiny 2.
Another look at the possible explanation presented in Destiny 2: Forsaken for the existence of Shin Malphur.
A look at what it means to be a Warlock.
A look at what it means to be a Titan.
Audio Link Item Introduction Type: Armor (Leg) Rarity: Exotic Acquisition Source: Exotic Engram or Xur Associations: Quentiss Rhee; Nightstalkers; Nessus; Hunters; Vex; Void Item Mechanics Perk Layout Intrinsic Uncanny Arrows Traits Mobility Enhancement Mod Plasteel Reinforcement Mod Lore Dive Flavor Text "Never, ever, look back." Entry/Card Text Quantis Rhee has almost forgotten what colors are. For … Continue reading SnapShot 02: Orpheus Rig
Zephyrus: God of the west wind/fructifying wind and the messenger of spring The gentlest of the (Anemoi)- "4 wind gods" He fell in love with Prince Hyacinth and Killed him in a jealous rage after he instead chose to love his rival Apollo In Mythology Zephirus is the "west wind" (personified) as Zephyrus aka God … Continue reading ZEPHYR
A look at what it means to be a Hunter.
Tiamat: Via - Enuma Elish personification of the sea, appearing as a huge dragon of chaos With Apsu (the watery-deep below) She gave birth to the first of the gods Her great-grandson the god Marduk defeated her, cut her in half & used the pieces to make the earth & the sky Within the Sumero-Babylonian … Continue reading Tiamat
Æthelflæd: Anglo-Saxon "Iron Lady of the Mercians" & "Founding Mother of England" She believed to be charged by god to defend her people & rebuild Mercia which layed the foundation for England Successfully attacked & wiped out an entire generation of previous Viking invaders Not many people would associate Anglo-Saxon England with powerful women, but … Continue reading ATHELFLAD-D
STURM UND DRANG Sturm & Drang=“Storm & Stress” German Style/movement of literature 18th century Using emotion, violence & opposition to extreme nationalism The phenomenon known as "Sturm und Drang" is by no means restricted to the literature of Germany. There is a period of "Sturm and Drang" in all literatures, as there is, to a greater or less degree, … Continue reading Sturm