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Destiny – Ether Chest location guide

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Ether Chest

What the hell is an Ether chest? It’s a gateway to all your hopes, dreams and goals in life. Provided said ambitions revolve around obtaining fantastic loot in Destiny. The latest Destiny patch has thrown these sought-after chests into the game, provided that you were able to vanquish several of the wanted Fallen in the Queen’s Wrath bounties. They’re still hard as nails to find however, but we’ve got your back.

Once you’ve murdered a specific Fallen target, you’ll have around 60 seconds to find one of the Ether chests, which spawn randomly at certain locations. But they’re well worth the hunt, as they contain everything from ammo, weapon materials to legendary engrams. Big thanks to the numerous Guardians of Reddit for figuring out a bunch of locations already. Images are hyperlinked in the descriptions, for those of you who want to avoid spoilers.

The Forgotten Shores – Drevis the Wolf Baroness

Ether Chest Russia cosmodrome

Locations:

Skywatch – Kalik-12

Skywatch

Locations

The Citadel – Peekis The Disavowed

The Citadel

Locations

Ember Caves – Beltrik The Veiled

Ember caves

Anchor of Light – Saviks the Queenbreaker

Anchor_Light

Archer’s Line – Weksis the Meek

Archers Line

There’s still more bounties to uncover. Stay tuned to this post, and I’ll update as soon as more are discovered.

Last Updated: May 19, 2015

27 Comments

  1. DesBorTiderNyLands

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    • Pariah

      May 19, 2015 at 15:08

      Well that was a mouthful to read out aloud.

      Reply

      • HairyEwok

        May 19, 2015 at 15:11

        I got lost at Bor….

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        • Pariah

          May 19, 2015 at 15:14

          Did it Bor you?

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          • HairyEwok

            May 19, 2015 at 15:14

            to deth… klok

          • Pariah

            May 19, 2015 at 15:15

            That’s metal.

          • HairyEwok

            May 19, 2015 at 15:16

            Nooo thats… (refresh)

          • Pariah

            May 19, 2015 at 15:17

            KLOKACHU, I CHOOSE YOU!

  2. Hammersteyn

    May 19, 2015 at 15:13

    Or I could play Witcher 3

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  3. HairyEwok

    May 19, 2015 at 15:14

    This guy has all the keys btw (refresh)

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    • Pariah

      May 19, 2015 at 15:15

      They told me I could become anything. So I killed myself and became dead.

      Reply

    • 40 Insane Frogs

      May 19, 2015 at 15:19

      Key Club? Holy crap, I need to get myself into a Key Club fraternity!

      Reply

  4. 40 Insane Frogs

    May 19, 2015 at 15:22

    I wonder where my Destiny disk is…

    Reply

    • HairyEwok

      May 19, 2015 at 15:22

      Locked in a chest…. But you need to first find the key.. Ohhh I feel an adventure coming on.

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      • 40 Insane Frogs

        May 19, 2015 at 15:24

        Oh SNAP! That’s meta!

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  5. 40 Insane Frogs

    May 19, 2015 at 15:27

    lol are those real legendary engrams, or Destiny’s corrupted version of it? I can already hear Bungie laugh “Dance for us peasants! Dance for our amusement. We gave you a quarter of the game we promised you, with a lot of fluff to pad it out. Here have some more fluff, you morons!”. KACHING KACHING!

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  6. Jonah Cash

    May 19, 2015 at 16:41

    Where the hell was this over the weekend!! I was running around like a headless chicken looking for these ether chests!! Dammit!!

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  7. Dawid Eduard Roestorf

    May 20, 2015 at 08:57

    My House Of Wolves first impressions.

    With HOW, the team I was with decided we will be taking our
    time. Explore every hook nick and cranny and get the most out of the game. With
    the queen’s bounties leaving us with a lot of engrams, we spent the first hour
    in the reef, decrypting our engrams. It was slow, looking at all the new gear.
    But was fun to get something different. After that we started the story
    missions.

    The total House of Wolves story can be completed in about 1
    hour total by speed runners.

    We however did not speed run the story. We took our time,
    found every single ghost, and including doing the nightfall and Prison of
    elders match, it took us 5 hours to do everything.

    Going to the reef after each mission is time consuming. The
    story itself is forgettable. I will be honest in saying that they have not
    fixed any of the flaws in the story telling method. And most of the time, we
    found ourselves more focussed on exploring that the story itself. I know the
    story has got to do with the main protagonist being a Kell, which you need to
    stop. I will not go into the plot any more than that. But will say that what
    you need to do is the same.

    Each mission has got the same feel to it. There were a
    couple of surprises here and there. But it comes down to go there, kill
    enemies, run there, kill enemies, mini boss fight, kill more enemies. Final
    boss fight.

    We did however get a new gun. A secondary sidearm. Which is
    a rapid fire pistol. It is honestly one of the best weapons I have played with.
    I could not stop using it. I really wish there is one that can be equipped as
    your primary weapon, as it is just that good.

    So, what was it that made us smile. Well, going into
    previously explored areas, going places previously closed. The game was just
    very enjoyable. We found ourselves getting excited over the smallest thing. It
    was something new, it was exciting, and it was fun.

    The strike itself follows the same basic lines as all the
    other strikes out there. But there are more shock factors. We found ourselves
    back peddling more than any other strike, and it is a lot easier to get
    surrounded by enemies.

    Now Finally the Prison of Elders. We only did the LVL28 one,
    as the higher level ones were locked till you complete at least one lvl28 POE
    run. And to be honest, a bit of a disappointment. We went in there with hope.
    But it is just a horde more. You go in, fight enemies. On lvl 28, it was hardly
    a battle, and more a slaughter. We decimated the enemies, and was done with it
    all very quickly. Nothing provided a challenge. Most strikes are harder than
    the POE LVL 28.

    Once you have completed it, you need to have a treasure key
    to open the main chest. And this is another major issue. Keys are found through
    farming. For me to get my first key, I had to do 12 hours of farming, before
    the launch of HOW. Chasing the wolf packs all over. That is a lot of time
    to spend, for something that gives you a single exotic, and a legendary.

    For an overall score, I feel it deserves a 7 – 8 out of 10.
    The game is good, it is fun, it was entertaining, but it suffers the major
    Destiny flaw, it is farming intensive and will get old really fast. I feel that
    POE does not make up for the fact that there is no raid. The POE is not a big
    enough challenge to complete. Yes, the higher level will add a new level of
    difficulty, but it has no real tactic to it. There is no puzzles to solve, or
    real teamwork involved. Everybody stick together, shoot enemies, take out
    priority targets.

    Essentially, POE, is the first part of the crota run, that
    you have to do 4 times, against the different enemy types.

    I will probably try Trials of Osiris tonight, but for now,
    this is my first impressions.

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  8. Ashleyanne

    August 17, 2015 at 20:23

    For the skywatch you forgot the one that shows up at the broken end of the gate off the cliff.

    Reply

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