How to Get the Witcher Emblem in Destiny 2

Toss a coin to your guardian? Doesn't roll off the tongue as well.
Destiny 2 The Witcher Collab
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Destiny 2 has come out with a snazzy Witcher collaboration through a ton of cosmetics, including one that can be difficult to get if you don’t know where to look. Here’s how to get the Witcher emblem in Destiny 2.

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How to Get the Never Lost, Always Found Emblem in Destiny 2

The Witcher emblem, also known as the Never Lost, Always Found emblem, can be acquired in Destiny 2 by completing the Swords and Signs triumph. This triumph is found as one of the Season of the Wish triumphs, located within the Secrets category. To complete this triumph, you’ll need to defeat 100 targets with a sword and 50 targets with Solar melee.

While you can get these kills however you like, I’d suggest getting them either through running strikes or through running the season activities. The former will be an easy way to find enemies to kill, while the latter will be good for farming up those pesky season challenges. You can get them however you want, though once you have them, you’ll want to make your way back to the challenge and claim it. This will gift you the Never Lost, Always Found emblem in your inventory. If your emblem inventory is already full, it will be available at the Postmaster in the Tower.

The Never Lost, Always Found emblem actually looks quite clean for an emblem. It features a strong red background, overlayed by Geralt’s iconic Wolf Head necklace. This is displayed both as the emblem’s icon and in the backdrop. There’s nothing else special about this emblem, but it is a nice nod to the franchise.

Destiny 2 is available on PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S. If you’re looking for more help with the new season, check out our guide on how to get Optative and its god roll in Destiny 2. Also be sure to check out the Best Destiny 2 DLCs by our friends over at Gameskinny!

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