All Secret Triumphs for the ‘Flamekeeper’ Title in Destiny 2 Solstice 2023

Prepare to grind!

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The Solstice 2023 event has arrived in Destiny 2 and runs from July 18, 2023, to August 15, 2023. In that time, you can earn armor, weapons, and a special event Title called ‘Flamekeeper.’ Here’s how to earn the ‘Flamekeeper’ Title in Destiny 2 and all the secret Triumphs required.

All Secret Triumphs for the ‘Flamekeeper’ Solstice 2023 Title

To start, the only Triumph you’ll be able to see when going for the Title is the ‘Flamekeeper’ Triumph, in which you must “Complete Event Challenges during Solstice.”

The other four Triumphs needed for the Title are as follows:

  • Bonfire Bash: Fully stoke the bonfire in the Bonfire Bash activity.
  • From the Ashes: Upgrade multiple pieces of Sunlit armor.
  • Sunlight ‘Em Up: While wearing a set of fully rekindled Sunlit armor, complete dungeons, raids, Master or Grandmaster Nightfalls, or win rounds in Trials of Osiris.
  • Inextinguishable: Complete the Bonfire Bash activity without dying.
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How to Earn the ‘Flamekeeper’ Title in Destiny 2 Solstice 2023

The ‘Flamekeeper’ Title has five Triumphs you must accomplish before it will unlock. To earn these Triumphs, you must participate in Solstice 2023, including the Bonfire Bash activity and upgrading the Sunlit armor given to you throughout the event.

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Once all of the Triumphs have been completed, you can unlock the ‘Flamekeeper’ Title in the Titles menu in the Journeys tab. The title can also be Gilded over time.

The ‘Flamekeeper’ Title definitely requires some grinding to get, especially with the Sunlit armor upgrades, but it’s worth putting the effort into getting if you’re someone who collects Destiny 2 Titles.

For more on the Destiny 2 Solstice 2023 event, check out the patch notes for Solstice 2023 and learn how to farm Silver Leaves, Silver Ash, and Kindling. Good luck, Guardian!

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