Santa-14 is one of the most popular characters in Conclusion 2 and the Deliny Franchise. But despite all the praise, he has just come out of the flesh. The players' love for Santa stems from years of wearing his birthday hat, Saint-14's Helm. His helmet helped players protect their allies for five years, and with Season of Dawn & # 39; s saving Saint-14, Santa protects players in the same way. Saint-14 is the first Defender Titan expert, and the fight under his wing is a reminder of what it felt like to be a hero at first Desiny.
Before Dawn's season, Santa-14 was dead – lost in time, stuck in a loop that he could never get out of. But now I'm going back in time and I met him in the first half of his life, to give him a powerful rifle as a gift. As I walk along the paths of time, I hear his audible voice ring out to me.
The stadium where I find Saint-14 is small – like the kind you can fight your boss during most Destiny attacks. Enemies regularly enter the battle from ships flying over the tower. My back is on the wall, but I'm not alone. Saint-14 stands in a small valley, arms outstretched, holding a mighty barrier.
As a passenger to the original Destiny, I knew exactly what to do. I run into his crib and pass through it. When the enemies enter the battlefield, I come out of the Titanan's torch and fire. The bubble makes me stronger for a while, and I need that bonus power to bring down bigger enemies. Walking around the stadium, I shot many enemies with a focus on the boss. I've done this before.
When I run out of ammo, I rush back inside the tub to reload. Saint-14 is not here to fight me, he is here to support me – as if I had supported my former roommates.
The mission of saving Saint-14 defines any longtime Titan player. Back to the original Desiny, the whole group of passengers wanted at least one Titan so they could reach the Ward of Dawn bubble. In an attack, I run behind my team and drop the big shield when it's time to hurt the boss, just as Saint-14 can do to me now.
My partners and I would go in and out of the bunker, deal bonus damage and stay safe while reloading our weapons. I put on my Saint-14 Helm to close out the enemies nearby, and by symbolism, I showed my role as a defender.
Each section on Destiny does it all – no tags, healers, or harmful vendors. But the Titan bubble was different than before Desiny, and it changed the way people played the game.
In Conclusion 2, the role of the bubble Titan is no different. The bubble is still there, and it still provides some serious damage to the allies, but it has a wealth of support modes in Conclusion 2. Warlocks can dispose of the Rave or the Well of Radiance, and even hunters can provide their own interactive buffs. The support is a lot of fun, and the game is better about it. But the desire to be a protector is still there for some of us.
In this new promise to save Saint-14, every player receives a bubble Titan experience. But for those of us who put hundreds of bubbles behind the hundreds of thousands of attacks that first happened Desiny, this brings back fond memories. It does not help that he fought alongside Saint-14, in the safety of his bubble, blessed with his last helmet.