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Destiny 2 Tracing the Stars 4 and how to get Ager's Scepter

Tracing the Stars is a new weekly quest with some handy rewards in store should you see it through.

Destiny 2 Tracing the Stars is a new weekly quest in Season of the Lost.

You're tasked with finding specific items scattered around the world, and in return for your trouble, you get some rather nice rewards. This week's reward is another stasis weapon, so it's well worth your time.

Tracing the Stars resets every week with the usual reset, and we'll update with the new quest information when that happens.

Destiny 2 Tracing the Stars | How to start Tracing the Stars

The quest begins after you complete Season of the Lost’s opening mission, Wayfinder’s Voyage I, and unlock the HELM. Once that’s all finished, you can access Tracing the Stars from the Compass.

Walk through the portal, then speak with Mara Sov. She’ll task you with finding Atlas Skews in the Dreaming City. Locations change each week, but this week’s are Divalian Mists, inside the Drowned Bay Lost Sector, and the Spine of Keres.

Destiny 2 Tracing the Stars 4 | Atlas Skews Week 4 locations

Week four is the final part of Tracing the Stars, and you get a free Exotic weapon for your month of diligence.

Destiny 2 Tracing the Stars 4 | Harbinger's Cathedral Atlas Skew

Head back to where you found the Ahamkara Skulls in week 3, then take the cliff path to your right and follow it to the end. You'll find a Skew to your left.

Destiny 2 Tracing the Stars 4 | Confluence Crystal Atlas Skew

For this one, head back to the Spire from the first week's Skew hunt, the Spire of Keres. Jump down from the bridge leading to the Spire, and take the path to a Taken portal. Contune through the building until you reach a chamber with a large crystal. The Skew is on your left.

Destiny 2 Tracing the Stars 4 | Confluence Tree Triad Atlas Skew

Further on in the Confluence area is an area with branching paths. Take a right, and you'll find the Skew near a tree root

Destiny 2 Tracing the Stars 4 | Confluence Throne Room Atlas Skew

Back in the hub with branching paths, take the one leading to a long hallway. The Shattered Throne portal no longer works, but the Skew is nearby.

Destiny 2 Tracing the Stars 4 | Garden Entry Statue Atlas Skew

The last Skew for this week is at the end of the last path. Follow it to the Ascendand Portal at the end, and you'll find the Skew near a statue on the wall.

Destiny 2 Tracing the Stars 4 | How to get Ager's Scepter

After deposting the Skews like usual, you'll need to gather more Parallax Trajectory and play Astral Alignment again

After you gather enough Trajectory, you have to get 20 kills using your Super and take out 18 Champions, then find Strands of Nobility from three Strike bosses. Fortunately, you can access these bosses directly from the Director.

  • Lake of Shadows in the EDZ
  • Europa's Glassway
  • Disgraced in the Cosmodrome

After all of that, complete Hollow Coronation, and you'll get the free Exotic rifle Ager's Scepter.

Destiny 2 Tracing the Stars 3 | Atlas Skews Week 3 locations

Week 3 takes us to Rheasilva and is a bit more complicated than week 2.

Destiny 2 Tracing the Stars 3 | Rheasilva Secluded Statue Atlas Skew

For this one, head towards Rheasilva's citadel, then turn right at the temple entrance. Cross the bridge, then climb up the cliff. You'll find the Skew near the statue

Destiny 2 Tracing the Stars 3 | Rheasilva Lower Level Atlas Skew

Make your way towards the Chamber of the Starlight entrance. It might be easier to spot the Skew by leaving the area, then entering via the Divalan mists. Cross the first bridge, and look toward the Starlight entrance. There's a small path you can drop down to. Follow that to find the Skew

Destiny 2 Tracing the Stars 3 | Rheasilva Temple Overlook Atlas Skew

Work your way to the northern temple in Rheasilva, then, while facing it, turn left. There's a rock on the path with the Skew just sitting on it

Destiny 2 Tracing the Stars 3 | Harbinger Sidehall Atlas Skew

Travel to the Harbinger's Seclude, then continue on through the area You should be in a room where Taken and Scorn are fighting. Turn right, and enter the nearby temple. The Skew is near the statue there.

Destiny 2 Tracing the Stars 3 | Harbinger Ahamkara Skulls Atlas Skew

For this one, go back to the large room outside where you found the last Skew. You'll enter another large room, this time with staircases. Hop over the railing, turn around, then jump down another hole. The cavern below is full of enemies, but you'll also find the Skew between two of the niches with skulls.

Destiny 2 Tracing the Stars 2 | Atlas Skews Week 2 locations

This week’s Skews are mostly in and around the Strand area, and they’re much easier to find than last week’s. Several are near massive landmarks, so it’s pretty hard to miss them.

Atlas Skew Week 2 locations | Strand Towering Statue Atlas Skew

One Skew in particular is almost impossible to miss. Head to the northwestern part of the Strand where the massive statue is. Climb it, and the Skew is just floating there, ready for you to take.

Atlas Skew Week 2 locations | Strand Gazebo Statue Atlas Skew

Go to the opposite end of the Strand, pictured above. The Skew is behind the Gazebo on the ledge, near the trees and where Petra usually is.

Atlas Skew Week 2 locations | Garden Waterfall Atlas Skew

Your target is the Gardens of Esila. Travel to the southernmost part of the Strand to get there. There’s a path leading through a fancy-looking set of areas and up some steps, though it’s not marked on the map.

Look around once you arrive. There’s a waterfall to your right, which is where this Skew is.

Atlas Skew Week 2 locations | Garden Bridge Tree Atlas Skew

The next Skew is close by, and even closer if you’re good at leaping. You can hop up the cliff to grab the Skew, or follow the path up, cross the bridge, and grab the Skew that way.

Atlas Skew Week 2 locations | Aphelion’s Rest Atlas Skew

Head back to the Strand, and go through the Aphelion’s Rest Lost Sector. Fight your way through the sector, and the Skew is behind the brazier at the Sector’s end.

Your reward this time is the new stasis Fracthethyst shotgun

Destiny 2 Tracing the Stars | Atlas Skew locations

Here’s where to find the first week’s Atlas Skews

Destiny 2 Atlas Skews locations | Divalian-Rheasilva Atlas Skew

One screw is on the path toward Rheasilva. Teleport to Divalian Mists, and start like you’re heading toward Rheasilva. Drop down off the road to the left before it enters the cave, and you’ll find the Skew propped up against the cliffside.

Destiny 2 Atlas Skews locations | Cimmerian Atlas Skew

Teleport back to the Divalian Mists location, and start walking toward the Dreaming City. Instead of climbing up, go into the cave. The second Skew is at the back of the cave.

Destiny 2 Atlas Skews locations | Drowned Bay Atlas Skew

Go back to the spawn point yet again, and this time, enter the Drowned Bay Lost Sector. Work your way through the sector, and turn right into the cave instead of left into the watery area. The Skew is toward the back of this cave as well.

Destiny 2 Atlas Skews locations | Spine of Keres Oracle Atlas Skew

Spawn in Divalian Mists again, and travel toward Rheasilva (again). Go through the cave this time, enter the Oracle, and climb the Tower. The Skew is at the top.

Destiny 2 Atlas Skews locations | Distant Spine Island And Distant Spine Tree

Head west from the Oracle until you reach the island chain that featured in the Forsaken campaign. There’s a large tree on of the islands at the point on the map shown above, and you’ll find the Skew near it. Destiny 2 Tracing the Stars | How to finish Tracing the Stars

Destiny 2 Vulpecula | How to get Vulpecula Stasis cannon

With all Atlas Skews in hand, start the Hollow Coronation mission from HELM. Speak with Mara, then deposit your items as requested. Interact with the Compass again back at the HELM, and you’ll get your Vulpecula Stasis hand cannon as a reward.

It's a busy time for Destiny 2. Not only does Season of the Lost introduce a truckload of changes to the game, but the long-awaited Witch Queen expansion is just over the horizon, with some surprising new mechanics in store.

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