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Consumable Shaders In ‘Destiny 2’ Don’t Make Any Amount Of Sense

For reasons that I cannot begin to fathom, Destiny 2 has drastically altered its shader system, making the items you get to color your armor (and now weapons, ships and sparrows) one-time use consumables that you get in stacks.
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