Destiny 2: Tribute Hall – how to get started and earn Tributes

The Tribute Hall is the latest in-game event in Destiny 2, and you’ll be collecting all manner of trophies for Emperor Calus.

You’ll be able to pick up new bounties, which reward you with Boons of Opulence from the Visage of Calus. You’ll be able to claim up to four rewards per day, and you’ll raise your tribute discount by 1% for each Boon you deliver.

There are several tributes from each enemy type, as well a bunch of Statuettes to find. The maximum discount you can get is 80%, but it’ll be worth it to get that sweet loot and a shiny new Emblem.

There’s also a number Triumphs for the Tribute Hall where you defeat Guardians in the Crucible wearing Calus-themed armour and weapons earned from either the Menagerie or Leviathan raid.

The Moments of Triumph event has also started, where you can earn new rewards and unlock Triumphs by completing certain milestones and activities.

Destiny 2: Tribute Hall

The Tribute Hall is basically like a test centre for different weapons and playstyles and you can also recharge your ammo and Super bar before you leave. It’s rumoured that in Year 3 – or perhaps even as far as in Destiny 3 – we’ll have our own ship with a private Tribute Hall of our own.

To get started, visited Werner 99-44 on the Nessus Barge and open the new chest beside him, which will cost you 5000 Glimmer. You’ll then receive an Invitation from the Emperor to visit the Tribute Hall, which you can find beside the Menagerie.

Speak with the large Visage of Calus in the centre of the room to unlock the first four bounties available. Once you’ve completed your first bounty, turn it in then head back to the Tribute Hall to place your Tribute. You’ll receive a Triumph for placing your first Tribute called Novice Curator.

It’ll open up a new section of the Tribute Hall, so have a wander around to find some bits of Lore.

When you’re in the Tribute Hall, Tributes will simulate opponents, ammo and more to unlock specific loot. Thanks to the dedicated Destiny 2 Redditer JpDeathBlade for compiling this list of possible enemies and items.

Fallen

  • A tribute with the power to simulate a nimble Fallen Shank.
  • A tribute with the power to simulate a strong Fallen Dreg.
  • A tribute with the power to simulate a strong Fallen Vandal.
  • A tribute with the power to simulate a mighty Fallen Captain.
  • A tribute with the power to simulate a Scorch Cannon, a favourite weapon of the Fallen.

Hive

  • A tribute with the power to simulate a swift Hive Thrall.
  • A tribute with the power to simulate a strong Hive Acolyte.
  • A tribute with the power to simulate a powerful Hive Knight.
  • A tribute with the power to simulate a mighty Hive Ogre.
  • A tribute with the power to simulate a cleaver, a favourite weapon of Hive princes and princesses.

Cabal

  • A tribute with the power to simulate a beautiful Cabal War Beast.
  • A tribute with the power to simulate a traitorous Cabal Legionary.
  • A tribute with the power to simulate a traitorous Cabal Phalanx.
  • A tribute with the power to simulate a traitorous Cabal Centurion.
  • A tribute with the power to simulate delights found within the Leviathan raid.

Vex

  • A tribute with the power to simulate a loyal Vex Goblin.
  • A tribute with the power to simulate a strong Vex Harpy.
  • A tribute with the power to simulate a powerful Vex Hobgoblin.
  • A tribute with the power to simulate a mighty Vex Minotaur.
  • A tribute with the power to simulate delights found within the Leviathan’s core.

Orbs of Light and ammo

  • A tribute with the power to simulate Orbs of Light.
  • A tribute with the power to simulate a Primary ammo cache.
  • A tribute with the power to simulate a Special ammo cache.
  • A tribute with the power to simulate a Heavy ammo cache.

Statuettes

  • A statuette of a Mote of Dark.
  • A statuette of His Joyful Majesty, the great Emperor Calus.
  • A statuette of a book containing foolish Guardian prophecies.
  • A statuette of lavishly accumulated Bright Dust.
  • A statuette of a jumpship.
  • A statuette of a Bright Engram.
  • A statuette of Lord Shaxx.
  • A statuette of a Gambit bank.
  • A statuette of Ikora Rey.
  • A statuette of Commander Zavala.
  • A statuette of Mara Sov, so-called Queen of the Awoken.
  • A statuette of a Sparrow.
  • A statuette to commemorate Gahlran, the Sorrow-Bearer.
  • A statuette of Lord Saladin.
  • A statuette of a treasure chest.
  • A statuette to commemorate a failed insurrection.
  • A statuette of a Ghost.
  • A statuette of one of the Drifter’s famous jade coins.
  • A statuette of a Drake tank.

Destiny 2: Shadowkeep releases on September 17, beginning with Season of the Undying. The new expansion is going to feature a little bit of psychological horror, making it a much darker experience than in previous years.

Want more? Then check out our Destiny 2: Forsaken guide for more on the Season of Opulence and how to succeed in the Menagerie , how to farm Imperials, and how to get the new Pinnacle weapons and the Truth Exotic Rocket Launcher and Lumina Exotic Hand Cannon.

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