The Destiny 2 community has shown kindness to one player who was never able to play end-game activities due to a disability.
The player in question is mute, and because of it, he would always show up as not having a mic on LFG sites. As you might imagine, this automatically made others skip by his posts, which in turn prevented him from enjoying end-game content like Nightfall strikes, and of course, the raid.
With the arrival of Destiny 2, Sons-of-N7, the Reddit user in question, decided to ask the Destiny 2 Reddit community for help. Hundreds chimed in to offer help, and a day later, Sons-of-N7 managed to run his first Nightfall. He even completed it on his first try.
Like we point out in our Destiny 2 guide, the game gives you all the tools you need to succeed, you just have to get there by putting up with a bit of grind. Although communication is key in challenging activities like the Nightfall and raid, it should all work out if every player knows what they’re doing.
“Being a Mute, I’ve struggled greatly in Destiny to find friends. I took a chance yesterday with that post and it paid off tremendously!” said the Reddit user in a heartfelt message.
One player invited Sons-of-N7 to his clan, and even offered to help him run through the Destiny 1 raids he missed. “We ran through the Nightfall and completed it on our first try! It was a new experience, that felt… somewhat, normalising? I would say?” he added.
Destiny 2’s first raid launches later today worldwide. Hopefully Sons-of-N7 will be among the first to experience it.