“Noble deeds performed”: how to become a Champion of the Light and get Artifacts of the Iron Lords in Destiny: Rise of Iron

By Brenna Hillier, Monday, 26 September 2016 02:15 GMT

Chasing Artifacts of the Iron Lords in Destiny: Rise of Iron? It’s easy to “perform noble deeds”.

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“Perform noble deeds”, a Destiny: Rise of Iron quest suggests. But what does that mean? How do you complete the Champion of the Light quest and get those Artifacts of the Iron Lords?

Let us explain. Each week, Destiny: Rise of Iron players have a chance to complete the Champion of the Light quest and earn one Artifact of the Iron Lord per character – and it’s a lot easier than it seems. When the quest asks you to “perform noble deeds” in the Plaguelands, it just means do anything.

Well, not anything – chucking emotes doesn’t seem to move the progress bar. But obtaining Artifacts of the Iron Lords isn’t supposed to be hard, and “perform noble deeds” just means shoot enemies, finish patrols, complete missions and strikes – as long as you’re playing in the Plaguelands, it doesn’t seem to matter what activity you’re pursuing. You’re performing noble deeds. The Champion of the Light quest is actually pretty similar to the daily patrol bounty that has you defeating enemies and collecting resources in a specific Destination.

By the way, there are eight Artifacts of the Iron Lords to collect, and you can get up to three each week because each of your characters can complete the Champion of the Light quest. It really doesn’t take long to perform noble deeds if you’re playing Destiny: Rise of Iron regularly, so plenty of Guardians already have six Artifacts of the Iron Lords.

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