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Destiny 2: Forsaken Broken Awoken Talisman Pieces Guide

Destiny 2: Forsaken Broken Awoken Talisman Pieces Guide
When you complete the campaign you get a new Broken Awoken Talisman mission. This Destiny 2: Forsaken Broken Awoken Talisman Pieces Guide will tell you how to complete the quest by finding the three different parts of the Broken Awoken Talisman with the three different clues.

After you fully complete the Destiny 2: Forsaken campaign, Petra will give you a special item. A Broken Awoken Talisman. She will inform you that the talisman is broken. Speak with Spider and he will inform you that the pieces of the talisman are scattered throughout the area. If you check the item in your inventory, you will find three different clues.

In an old Corsair Hideout

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This one is below the ship in the Jetsam of Saturn.

In the heart of the Spider’s Web

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Not far from Spider’s hub. There’s one of the hidden doors nearby, the ones marked with the arches on the map. Head down into the first room with the music. Defeat the enemies and go lower. Clear out the next room to get a Cache Code. Progress, open the chest, you get a Talisman Fragment.

In a rare green place

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The entrance to this one is the only hidden door in Four-Horn Gultch.

That completes our Destiny 2: Forsaken Broken Awoken Talisman Pieces Guide.

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