Destiny 2 The Pantheon bosses mention, reward and guide how it works

The Pantheon is a time-limited endgame challenge Lot 2, which arrives, has some of the Into the Light update. That means you only have a few weeks left before the servers go down The final shape expansion on June 3 — to complete The Pantheon and earn all the rewards.

In this Lot 2 Pantheon guide, I will show you how Pantheon works, what Pantheon rewards you can get from it and what the week-by-week schedule looks like.

(Spoiler warning: Bungie hasn’t announced the full roster of Pantheon bosses yet, but multiple reliable leakers and data miners have put together the schedule. This post contains the full boss roster for all four weeks of Pantheon, so steer clear if you prefer to be surprised.)

The Pantheon Guide: What is Pantheon and how does it work?

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The Pantheon is a raid gauntlet that also acts as a raid catch-up mechanic. There are four different difficulty levels of The Pantheon, which release one week after the other. The lowest difficulty version of The Pantheon starts on April 30 and levels you up five Capital disadvantagewhile the final difficulty on May 21st brings you to a point 20 Capital disadvantage.

Pantheon starts with just four raid bossescollected from a variety of different Lot 2 raids. You start in the Golgoroth encounter from King’s Fall. Once you kill him, you’ll receive your rewards before being teleported to Vow of the Disciple’s Caretaker encounter. This continues until you defeat that week’s final boss.

If you want to see the first Pantheon activity (Atraks Sovereign) in action, you can watch a full playthrough of Esoterickk on YouTube:

In addition to a greater degree of difficulty, the following weeks also get more bosses. So while week one starts with four bosses, week two takes you through the original four and then asks you to kill a fifth. There will be a sixth boss in week three, and in week four two more bosses will be added, tasking you with killing eight endgame bosses in line. Each boss also has a few tweaks to make them even harder than before.

That may sound difficult – and it looks like it will be – but there are some great perks in Pantheon that can help you succeed. Like Master Raids, the Pantheon has burns, meaning certain elements are more powerful and deal bonus damage. There are also some modifiers unique to Pantheon that help increase your damage and survivability, such as giving your Fireteam a buff when someone uses their class ability nearby.

Destiny 2 Pantheon Rewards

A Guardian picks up Destiny's Divine Weaponry mission

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As for why you might want to subject yourself to The Pantheon, the rewards are pretty substation. Every time you kill a boss, the loot from attacks in Pantheon practically rains from the sky. This is a great way to get some raid weapons you’ve been missing, or even replenish your crafting cartridges.

But the best part of The Pantheon activity is the “Divine weaponsscavenger hunt. As The Pantheon is unlocked, Shaxx will give you a quest to complete the latest version of the activity. If you manage to complete all the bosses in The Pantheon, you can choose from a collection of raid exotics that you might be missing. That’s right, that’s possible guarantee yourself one exotic raid as part of completing this questweapons that have always been random in the past and require dozens of clears to earn.

Here’s the full list of exotics you can choose from in Week 1 of Pantheon:

  • Eyes of Tomorrow rocket launcher, Deep Stone Crypt
  • Touch of Malice scout rifle, King’s Fall

According to datamines, the following will also be made available sooner The final shape arrives:

  • Pulse rifle with collective obligation, disciple’s vow
  • Conditional finality rifle, Root of Nightmares
  • One Thousand Voices Fusion Rifle, Last Wish

Finally, there is the Godslayer title, which requires you to not only kill all the Pantheon bosses before June 3, but also kill them quickly. Each boss also has a bonus timer, and if you kill them in that window you’ll get a Platinum Medal, which will give you a Triumph you need for Godslayer and a free Adept raid weapon once a week.

The Pantheon bosses are in order

Atraks-1, a raid boss in Destiny 2's Deep Stone Crypt raid, points to the camera.  Atraks-1 is an Exo Fallen, a white robot with multiple eyes and armor.

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The Pantheon adds a new encounter every week The final shapeheadlined by the final boss in the run, and includes all previous encounters in addition to an increase in Power difficulty.

Here are the four bosses you need to clear The Pantheon: Atraks Sovereignas well as the most noticeable changes with each encounter:

  1. Golgoroth – Golgoroth now provides two Guardians with unstable light at a time and provides additional enemies for canholders to deal with
  2. Administrator — Captured Phalanx now spawns near Caretaker to harass the tanks
  3. Macrocosm — Zo’Aurc spawns additional fire tornadoes during the planet move phase, a Tormentor spawns after all planets are in place
  4. Atrak’s sovereign — A Tormentor can spawn in the lower or upper part of the map during the Collect Improvements phase

As for the coming weeks, thanks to datamines we know to expect the following:

  • The Pantheon: Oryx exalted will add in week 2 (May 7). Oryx exalted and +10 Strength difficulty.
  • The Pantheon: Rhulk Indomitable in week 3 (May 14) the above encounters will be added, plus Rhulk Indomitable and +15 Strength difficulty.
  • The Pantheon: Nezarec Sublime in week 4 (May 21) the above encounters will be added, plus Torn by a thousand voices And Nezarec Sublimeas well as +20 Power difficulty – the equivalent of a raid in Contest mode.

Stay tuned for information on new mechanics and rewards in the coming weeks. Until then, you might want to get your hands on a craftable Whisper of the Worm in the mission ‘The Whisper’. Once you have these, make sure you find all the Oracle locations and upgrade Whisper of the Worm with Taken Blights.