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Destiny Players Find Way To Skip A Third Of The New Raid

In the two years since it launched, Destiny’s greatest tradition has been this: Players will always, always, always find a way to break things. Sometimes this involves hiding on a chandelier; other times it involves pulling LAN cables . And occasionally it means just walking around whatever’s in your way. Read more...
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