Destiny Glimmer is a programmable matter that was once used as a source of power during the Golden Age and is now the main currency of The City.Destiny Glimmer is used to purchase many items and services from vendors in the Tower.
Players can earn Glimmer in many ways, including defeating Majors and Ultras in all game modes, for each completed mission and Crucible win, dismantling weapons and equipment, and for exchanging items found in the field with vendors.Consuming Black Wax Idol, Blue Polyphage, Ether Seeds and Resupply Codes, temporarily boosts Glimmer gained from killing Hive, Vex, Fallen and Cabal Majors and Ultras, respectively. Glimmer can also be found in various chests hidden across the map in caves and rooms. Finally, glimmer can also be earned by attaining certain medals in the Crucible.
A player's supply of Glimmer is shared among all of that player's Guardians.The maximum amount of Glimmer that can be held in a player's inventory is 25,000. If a player hits the Glimmer cap, Master Rahool will refuse to redeem any House Banners, Silken Codices, Axiomatic Beads, or Network Keys when visited.
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Destiny's second expansion, House of Wolves, will add three additional competitive multiplayer maps to Crucible across all platforms or four on PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4, Sony confirmed today on the PlayStation Blog.
Expand your Destiny adventure with a wealth of weapons, armor, and gear to earn in new story missions, three new competitive multiplayer maps, and a new cooperative Strike.
Expand your Destiny adventure with a wealth of weapons, armor, and gear earned in new story quests and missions, three new competitive multiplayer arenas, and a new Strike and Raid
Earlier today, Bungie put on a big Destiny live stream to show off the upcoming House of Wolves expansion, and how it's going to change the game