Destiny 2: How to Complete Hunter’s Remembrance

The Hunter's Remembrance quest in Destiny 2 is a great quality of life refresh of a classic mission.

Dul Incaru Wizard Boss, final boss of the Shattered Throne Dungeon
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Hunter’s Remembrance is one of many new quests that accommodate the many changes the game’s gone through. It’s technically a new version of a mission from way back in the Forsaken expansion, it’s still not incredibly clear. Here’s how to complete Hunter’s Remembrance in Destiny 2.

How to Complete Hunter’s Remembrance in Destiny 2

The Hunter’s Remembrance quest is a rebranding of the Wish-Ender quest from Forsaken, minus a couple of steps. As you might imagine, the reward is the Wish-Ender Exotic Bow, and the only other real change is how you start the quest. Here’s everything it takes to complete Hunter’s Remembrance.

Hunter’s Remembrance Step 1

The quest archive in the Tower
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To start Hunter’s Remembrance, you must own the Forsaken Pack DLC, head to the Tower, and pick up the quest from the Quest Archive Terminal. You can find the terminal to the left of the Postmaster, tucked into the alcove next to the stairs. Once in the archive’s menu, navigate to the Exotic screen via the button below the Exotics and Legacy subhead, and pick up the quest from the Abandoned Quests section.

Don’t pick up the Wish-Ender quest, as there are reports that it’s currently bugged and doesn’t actually award the Exotic Bow.

Hunter’s Remembrance Step 2

Petra Venj during the second week of the Dreaming City curse
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Depending on the week, Petra will be in one of the three Dreaming City zones.

  • For the first week of the Dreaming City curse, when the Hive are about, she’ll be at the far southeastern end of The Strand.
  • The second week, when Scorn are wandering, she’ll be near the landing zone in the Divalian Mists.
  • For the third week, where Taken enemies and orbs are everywhere, she’ll be in Rheasilvia.

Speaking to Petra with the Hunter’s Remembrance quest in your inventory will prompt her to give you an Exotic Memento that will take up a place in your Kinetic weapon slot: the top weapon slot in the menu. To avoid any shenanigans, I highly recommend having an open space in your weapon inventory. The number of different bugs I’ve seen in Destiny 2 involving items not going to the Postmaster is way too high.

Hunter’s Remembrance Step 3

Getting Wish-Ender Exotic Bow in the Shattere dThrone Dungeon
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At this point, with your Memento in hand, you can follow the steps outlined in our Wish-Ender Exotic quest guide to find and defeat the three enemies required to complete Hunter’s Remembrance. Once the boss Minotaur, Knight, and Ogre are dealt with, you can approach the statue following the Ogre fight and turn in your momentos for the Bow itself.

Hunter’s Remembrance is actually simpler than the previous version of the quest, as it only requires a single special completion of the Shattered Throne Dungeon as opposed to two completions and a smattering of additional steps. I find it sad that new players won’t get to experience the story content that revolved around the Tangled Shore, Dreaming City, and the arrival of the curse. It was genuinely some of the better narrative work Destiny 2‘s seen and kept the game from dying after its first year. Don’t get me started on the vanilla version. You’d be here all day.

In any event, that’s how to complete the Wish-Ender quest in Destiny 2. For more tips, walkthroughs, and weapons guides, see our articles on how to the the Thorn catalyst, how to fix the Buffalo error, and more in our D2 guides hub.

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John Schutt has been playing games for almost 25 years, starting with Super Mario 64 and progressing to every genre under the sun. He spent almost 4 years writing for strategy and satire site TopTierTactics under the moniker Xiant, and somehow managed to find time to get an MFA in Creative Writing in between all the gaming. His specialty is action games, but his first love will always be the RPG. Oh, and his avatar is, was, and will always be a squirrel, a trend he's carried as long as he's had a Steam account, and for some time before that.