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Destiny 2: How to Get the Lost Memento For Twilight Keepsake

The Lost Memento is the big cosmetic drop in Destiny 2 Festival of the Lost. Here's how to get it.

Everyone loves (or hates) the cosmetic grind in Destiny 2, and (un)fortunately for the community, there’s a brand new one with the Lost Memento during the Festival of the Lost event. Available exclusively during Festival of the Lost Halloween 2023, it’s locked behind an obscure set of requirements. The Lost Memento is valuable because it gives access to the only almost all-black shader: Twilight Keepsake. Here’s how to get the Lost Memento in Destiny 2.

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How to Get the Lost Memento in Destiny 2

Before you can farm the Lost Memento, you need to get your first one. To do that, complete the Twilight seasonal challenge. Here are the completion requirements:

  • Complete the Fallen S.A.B.E.R. Strike with the Clovis Bray Mask Ornament Equipped.
  • Get 100 kills on Neomuna with the Nimbus Mask equipped.
  • Get 25 Finishers in Legend Haunted Lost Sectors wearing the Tormentor Mask.

Complete the Fallen S.A.B.E.R. Strike

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Thankfully, you get the Clovis mask as part of the introductory quest for Festival of the Lost. Simply launch the Fallen S.A.B.E.R. Strike from the Cosmodrome destination, finish it once, and you’ll complete the first part of the Twilight challenge.

Get 100 Kills on Neomuna

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To get the Nimbus Mask, focus an Eerie Engram. To get Eerie Engrams, complete Haunted Lost Sectors. However, the only guaranteed way to get these engrams is on Legend Haunted Lost Sectors, which are much higher in difficulty. With the mask equipped, head to any zone with Terminal Overload active and begin the activity. You should finish the 100 kills in about five minutes or less.

Get 25 Finishers in Legend Haunted Lost Sectors

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Seems straightforward enough, but to get the Tormentor Mask, you need to complete the Heads Will Roll event challenge, which seems to be bugged right now. It will only progress in Legend Haunted Lost Sectors, meaning you’ll be spending a lot of time there. In my experience, you’ll likely need four or five Legend Sectors, and each can take 20 minutes to complete if your team is playing optimally. Once you have the Tormentor Mask, head into one last Legend Haunted Lost Sector and finish everything you can.

Once you complete all these tasks, you can claim the Twilight Challenge and the Lost Memento that comes with it. Like other Memento items, you can only hold one of them at a time, it can only be used on crafted weapons, and it’s consumed once used. You can only get another one if you use the one you already have, so think carefully about your choice.

Once you’ve spent your first Lost Momento, you can get another one by decrypting and Focusing Eerie Engrams. The best way to get those is by completing Legend Haunted Sectors (yay!), so put on that mask, pick your favorite loadout, and get back to hunting Headless Ones, Guardian!

That’s how to get the Lost Memento for the Twilight Keepsake in Destiny 2. For more content on D2, check out our guides on how to get Spectral Pages, how to get more Candy, and more in our guides hub.

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