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Raids are the best part of 'Destiny' — and we've ranked them all

Raids are, by far, the best activities in "Destiny," the first-person shooting game from the original makers of "Halo." They require six players (but can be accomplished with fewer), lots of coordination, lots of time, and lots of shooting and puzzle-solving. They're challenging, thrilling, and reward you with some of the best loot in the game. Now, I've played over 1,000 hours of "Destiny" since its 2014 launch, but on Wednesday night I finally tried (and beat) the latest raid in "Destiny," called "Wrath of the Machine.
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