Destiny 2 K1 Crew Quarters: How To Complete The Master/Legend Lost Sector

Destiny 2 K1 Crew Quarters: How To Complete The Master/Legend Lost Sector
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Written by 

Dave McAdam


8th Sep 2022 11:30

Destiny 2 K1 Crew Quarters is a Lost Sector that often pops up as Master and Legend difficulty on the Moon. Destiny 2 cycles through Lost Sectors, designating a new one as the Master/Legend Lost Sector each day. This has made Lost Sectors extremely relevant to players, as completing these high-level versions is required to get much of the new exotic armour. Here is everything you need to know to make your life easier when attempting the Destiny 2 K1 Crew Quarters Master/Legend Lost Sector.

Destiny 2 K1 Crew Quarters: Preparation

Entering the K1 Crew Quarters lost sector
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As with all high-level Lost Sectors, we have champions and various modifiers to contend with. First off, this Lost Sector has barrier and overload champions. The barrier champions are Servitors and aren't too much of a threat on their own but can be annoying when they shield their comrades. The overload champions are Captains, who are very deadly so take them out quickly.

Extra Shields and Match Game are active as always, meaning you need to bring the right tools to break enemy shields. Thankfully there are only solar shields in this Lost Sector, so a handy solar primary will do the job. The last modifier is Hot Knife which means Shanks have solar shields, which helps keep your weapon choices nice and simple. The burn here is Arc, meaning this is a very good time to bust out the new Destiny 2 Arc 3.0 subclasses and do some serious damage.


Destiny 2 K1 Crew Quarters: Strategy

Facing the boss in the K1 Crew Quarters lost sector
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K1 Crew Quarters is one of the easier Destiny 2 Lost Sectors on the Moon. The enemies are Fallen, so you will be fighting mostly Dregs and Vandals, with the occasional pile-on of shielded Shanks. They will be backed up by Overload Captains and Barrier Servitors. For the tougher enemies, your best bet is always to keep your distance. There are many long sightlines and open spaces here, so make the room work for you. Good ranged weapons are a must for this; an arc linear fusion rifle in your heavy slot is especially worthwhile for taking down champions.

Exploder Shanks, particularly in close spaces, are something to be very cautious of. They like to hide around corners and behind rocks, and it only takes a few surprise Shanks to ruin your run completely. Again, keeping your distance is advised. Take out enemies as you see them before moving forward; this will make life easier and minimize the chances of you getting caught off guard by Exploder Shanks.

The boss of this Lost Sector is a Heavy Shank called Nightmare of Reyiks, Actuator. This thing is nothing special, but it has quite a lot of backup. First of all, there is a Nightmare Dreg running around, so be sure to deal with him as quickly as possible. There will be waves of enemies joining the fight as it goes, particularly Wretches. They can be an issue as they charge straight at you. On top of all of this, a Barrier Servitor will spawn in and protect many of the enemies. You need to take it down as quickly as you can.

Our strategy for the boss is the same as the rest of the Lost Sector, stay back. The boss is on a platform, so use the ramp leading up to it for cover. Stay back, take out the smaller enemies, then do damage to the boss when you can. A precision arc weapon is ideal here, as Heavy Shanks are easy to hit critical shots on. The Wretches will charge at you forcing you to move, but a good grenade or AOE ability will take care of them. Just stay back, take potshots at the boss, and you will complete the K1 Crew Quarters Lost Sector in no time.

That is everything you need to do to complete the Destiny 2 K1 Crew Quarters Lost Sector on Legend or Master difficulty. To learn more tips and tricks, check out our Destiny 2 King's Fall raid walkthrough.


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