So, if you are wondering what are the Destiny 2 Last Wish Wishes and how they work, you’ve come to the right place.
To use the Last Wish Wishes, you will need to find the Wall of Wishes, which can be found in the Last Wish raid, and there you will be able to wish for something based on the codes you input.
You can wish to teleport into a specific raid encounter, unlock a new emblem, add a fun effect to kills, and much more.
How To Get To The Wall Of Wishes
So, to use the Last Wish Wishes you will need to find the Wall of Wishes.
The Wall of Wishes is located at the beginning of the Last Wish raid, before any encounter, therefore you can find and use it as a solo player.
Watch the video below to see the path you have to take to find the Wall of Wishes.
How The Wall Of Wishes Work
The Wall of Wishes is composed of 21 buttons, and when you enter the correct symbols, you will have to stand on the plate that is in the center of the room to grant the wish.
By entering the correct symbols you can make different wishes that have a different reward or effect on the game.
Each button has 16 different symbols that can be cycled, starting with four fish symbols, then four snake symbols, four dragon symbols, and then four bird symbols.
Note that if you step on the center plate and have an incorrect sequence of symbols the wall will reset, so be sure to double-check the symbols before making the wish, as it can take a long time to input all the symbols.
Wishes can be made as a solo player and you can input as many wishes as you want. And the wishes can also be used to teleport to a specific boss encounter without having to defeat any other bosses on the way.
Using the fourth wish to skip to Shuro Chi allows you to backtrack to a secret chest and collect it.
All Last Wish Wishes
Wish 1: Gives An Ethereal Key
Wish 1, grants an Ethereal Key.
Wish 2: Spawns A Chest Between Morgeth And The Vault
Wish 2, causes a chest to spawn between the Morgeth, The Spirekeeper boss fight, and the Vault that can only be opened with a Glittering Key.
Wish 3: Gives An Emblem
Wish 3 unlocks an Emblem.
Wish 4: Teleport To Shuro Chi, The Corrupted
Wish 4 will immediately wipe the entire Fireteam and teleport them to the beginning of the Shuro Chi, The Corrupted boss fight.
Wish 5: Teleport To Morgeth, The Spirekeeper
Wish 5 will immediately wipe the entire Fireteam and teleport them to the beginning of the Morgeth, The Spirekeeper, boss fight.
Wish 6: Teleport To The Vault
Wish 6 will immediately wipe the entire Fireteam and teleport them to the beginning of the Vault encounter.
Wish 7: Teleport To Riven Of A Thousand Voices
Wish 7 will immediately wipe the entire Fireteam and teleport them to the beginning of the Riven of a Thousand Voices encounter.
Wish 8: Plays Song, Hope For The Future
Wish 8 will play the song, Hope for the Future.
Wish 9: Failsafe Easter Egg Dialogue
Wish 9 produces a dialogue from Failsafe, who then speaks throughout the raid.
Wish 10: Drifter Easter Egg Dialogue
Wish 10 adds a dialogue from Drifter to the raid.
Wish 11: Adds Grunt Birthday Party Effect
Wish 11 adds an explosive effect to all headshot kills made in the raid, similar to the Grunt Birthday Party from Halo.
Wish 12: Adds Effect To Player Head
Wish 12 adds an effect around the player’s head.
Wish 13: Adds Extinguish Effect
Wish 13 enables Extinguish, also known as Petra’s Run, this is a timed version of the raid where if one player dies, the entire Fireteam is returned to Orbit and the raid will reset.
Completing this grants you a triumph and is necessary for the “Riven’s Bane” title.
Wish 14: Spawns Corrupted Eggs
Wish 14 spawns several Corrupted Eggs throughout the raid, which you can then destroy with the Wish-Ender exotic bow. And destroying these Corrupted Eggs will also count towards completing a Triumph and a Seal.