How to use the Empyrean Foundation event to farm God Rolls in Destiny 2

Empyrean Foundation is a good way to quickly farm for God Rolls.

 How to use the Empyrean Foundation event to farm God Rolls in Destiny 2

With the Empyrean Foundation event underway in Destiny 2, there has been an unexpected side effect of all those Guardians donating Polarized Fractaline to the Tower Obelisk. Everyone can get a lot of Timelost Weapon Bounties finished. This means a lot of weapons with a lot of random rolls, so it is an excellent time to try and find some God Rolls.

If you don’t have access to the Empyrean Foundation event yet, you will need to do some housekeeping for Saint-14, who can be found in the Tower Hangar.

Once you have access to the Empyrean Foundation, you will need to starting farming Polarized Fractaline, which can then be donated at the Tower Obelisk towards the Empyrean Foundation goals. Each time you do, you will make 25 percent progress towards any of Timelost Bounties you are holding, and each donation is 100 Polarized Fractaline. So, for just 400 Fractaline, you can complete four Timelost Bountie, resulting in four weapons with random rolls. Will, any of these, be God Rolls? Possibly.

God Rolls are considered the perfect combination of perks for a specific weapon, the ones that turn it into something exceptional, and give you an edge in the game’s PvP and PvE activities.

Because you can grab Timelost Bounties from the Tower Obelisk, which is also where you donate the Fractaline, this is a pretty efficient way to grab lots of weapons fast and see if any of them have solid rolls. The ones you don’t like can just be broken down in your Inventory for materials. Just grab the Bounty you want from the Obelisk, then rapidly donate Fractaline four times.

All you will need to do is farm Fractaline and some Glimmer to keep the process going. It might also be something that Bungie decides they want to put a stop to before the end of the Empyrean Foundation event, so if you’re going to take advantage of it, it is best to do it now.