The world in Destiny 2 seems to shift and change, and now, there’s a new blunder in the form of The Wall of Wishes. This unique Wall of Wishes is found in the Last Wish raid, and, as its name implies, it allows the player to make wishes by relying on inputs from buttons. Anyone who wants to gain an emblem that is new, add some fun to kills, or even teleport further into the game is advised to go to the Wall of Wishes.
How do I get to The Wall of Wishes?
It is possible to find the Wall of Wishes can be located and utilized for solo play because it’s situated at the start of the Last Wish raid before any encounter. However, it is worth noting that any wish that can teleport the character to another location results in that player not being able to return to the beginning of the raid unless the raid is finished or the weekly reset takes place.
Start by booting up your Last Wish raid found in the Dreaming City, enter the room at the top of the mountain, and then leap into the tunnel to the left. Go through the cave until the boss’s first battle entrance is found; however, do not go towards the inside (if you accidentally get inside, you must turn around and walk away).
Instead, when you are in the room where the boss is, make a left turn and follow the route around to get to what appears to be a dead-end. Then, jump onto the water, and then towards the right, you will find a ledge that is green. From here, climb up towards the one and crouch down and then jump onto the left. Continue climbing and around, and finally go right to see another ledge. The gap is a good place to jump across and climb the tunnel up to reach it. Wall of Wishes.
All Wishes for the Wall of Wishes
The hidden room at the beginning of the game is a tiny room that has 21 buttons and 20 buttons on the wall, and another on the floor. When entering the right pattern and then stepping up to one of the buttons, participants may make wishes that have distinct rewards or effects on the gameplay.
There are 16 different images to cycle through using the buttons. The buttons begin with four fish images, then four snake symbols, four dragon symbols, and finally four bird images.
- A single player can perform wishes.
- Players are able to input as many requests as they like, but…
- Players cannot “restart” this raid when they use the Wish to teleport.
- It is possible to use Wishes to travel players to bosses in the future without needing to defeat every boss (teleporting to Morgoth skips Kalli and Shuro Chi)
- Utilizing the fourth option to go to the Shuro Chi, players can return to the chest to find it and then collect it.
Members of the Destiny 2 community are discovering the wishes for more. Most of the effort is being conducted on RaidSecrets. visit and join in the discussion. This guide will be updated when additional requests are discovered.
First Wish: Wish to Feed an Addiction
Wish 1 grant an Ethereal Key.
Second Wish: A wish for material validation
Wish 2 causes a chest to appear between Morgeth and the Spirekeeper fight, and the Vault, which can only be opened using the help of a Glittering Key.
Third Wish: A wish for others to celebrate your success
Wish 3 unlocks an Emblem.
Fourth Wish: A wish to look athletic and elegant
Wish 4 will erase the Fireteam and then teleport them back to the starting point of the battle with Shuro Chi The Corrupted.
Fifth Wish: A wish for a promising future
Wish 5 will instantly erase the Fireteam and transport them back to the beginning of Morgeth fight, also known as the Spirekeeper fighting.
Sixth Wish: A wish to move the hands of time
Wish 6 will instantly wipe out the Fireteam and send them back to the start the beginning of the Vault game.
Seventh Wish: A wish to help a friend in need
Wish 7 will immediately wipe the Fireteam and send them back to the start to begin The Riven of a Thousand Voices encounter.
Eighth Wish: A wish to stay here forever
Wish 8 will play the song Hope for the Future.
Ninth Wish: A wish to stay here forever
Wish 9 activates a piece of dialogue spoken by Failsafe and then Failsafe speaks throughout the entire raid.
Tenth Wish: A wish to stay here forever
Wish 10 adds Drifter dialogue to the raid.
Eleventh Wish: A wish to stay here forever
Wish 11 adds an explosive effect to headshot kills like Halo 2’s Grunt Birthday Party skull from Halo 2.
Twelfth Wish: A wish to open your mind to new ideas
Wish 12 adds an effect over the head of the player.
Thirteenth Wish: A wish for the means to feed an addiction
Wish 13 enables Extinguish, in which if a player dies, the entire team goes into Orbit as well as the raid resets.
Fourteenth Wish: A wish for love and support
Wish 14 spawns several Corrupted Eggs during the raid.
Fifteenth Wish: “This one you shall cherish.” – Riven of a Thousand Voices
Inputting a wish takes a long time, so it can be worth assigning a teammate one row or column to input. Be sure to double-check that the pattern is correct, as stepping on the button when there is an error will remove all images, and players will need to do it all again. Be sure to check out the Shacknews Destiny 2 Complete Strategy Guide for all our other comprehensive articles.