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Wish-ender icon1.jpg
Season 4
Type Combat Bow
Slot Kinetic
Ammo Primary
Rarity Exotic
Damage Type Kinetic
Description "Don't fret. It's a simple expedition. We'll be back before lunch." —Sjur Eido, First Queen's Wrath
Impact 92
Accuracy 60
Stability 90
Handling 40
Reload Speed 30
Draw Time 780
Zoom 18
Inventory Size 50
Aim Assistance 51
Airborne Effectiveness 19
Recoil 60
Bounce Intensity 40
Bounce Direction Tends Right
Wish-ender icon2.jpg Wish-Ender Exotic Quest
Quest reward.

Wish-Ender is an Exotic Combat Bow.

Perks - Curated Roll


  • Queen's Wrath icon.png Queen's Wrath — While aiming down sights with a fully drawn Bow, combatants behind walls are highlighted and arrows pierce shields. Strong against Barrier icon.png Barrier Champions.


  • High Tension String icon.png High Tension String — Tightly strung bow.
    • Increases accuracy
    • Slightly slower draw time
    • Slightly decreases stability



  • Broadhead icon.png Broadhead - Piercing arrowhead that damages the target on entry and exit. One shot can overpenetrate multiple targets.


This weapon requires the Forsaken Pack to obtain. Players who have obtained but not completed the Wish-Ender quest in the past (i.e. before the removal of the Tangled Shore steps in version[1]) can reacquire it from the Quest Archive kiosk in the Tower or H.E.L.M. Players who cannot acquire the quest from the kiosk can simply continue onwards without it. This quest can only be completed once per character.[2]

The first step in this quest is to defeat Vorgeth, the Boundless Hunger (the Taken Ogre boss), in The Shattered Throne dungeon and reach the statue of Sjur Eido. After some dialogue, she will give the player three tokens: Dreaming Token of Querim, Dreaming Token of Eriviks and Dreaming Token of Xavoth.

The player has to return to the Shattered Throne with these items and defeat three secret bosses. Before they can do this, they must either finish the dungeon or reset their checkpoint progress from the Director. To spawn the bosses, the player has to locate Arc Charges and bring them to certain statues.

Querim, the Waking is a Taken Minotaur boss that can be summoned in the first area of the dungeon. The Arc Charge is located in the Tower of the Deep, above the room with the area symbol. The statue can be found on the roof of the Hallowed Ground.

Eriviks, the Waking is a Taken Captain boss that requires two statues to be summoned. The first one is in the area with narrow scaffolding and Taken Ogres. The Arc Charge is located behind a pillar to the right of the entrance. The statue can be found at the far side of the room. The second one is in the area with Shadow Thralls, where the players cannot regenerate health. The Arc Charge can be found at the end of the stairs to the player's right as they arrive into the area with the Slowed debuff. The statue is located after the Slowed debuff area, to the player's right. The boss will appear behind the large door on the other side of the chasm.

Xavoth, the Waking is a Taken Ogre boss that is summoned in the middle of the Shattered Throne's first bossfight. The player has to remove the boss' shield, then locate a Taken Minotaur in the area and defeat it. It will drop an Arc Charge that can be given to the statue on the left side of the boss room.

After the three are defeated, and the player obtained the Waking Token of Querim, Waking Token of Eriviks and Waking Token of Xavoth, they have to reach the Sjur Eido statue and get the Wish-Ender from her.


  • This weapon deals 25% increased damage to targets that are affected by Witherhoard icon1.jpg Witherhoard's blight effect.[3] This is a hidden bonus that references Wish-Ender being used to hunt Taken.[4]
  • Wish-Ender is the only weapon that can destroy Corrupted Eggs found in the Dreaming City. Destroying all rewards the player with triumphs and Marasenna lore entries.
  • Wish-Ender used to deal much more damage in the Season of Dawn due to its Broadhead perk making arrows hit an enemy 4-5 times, instead of the usual 2 times. This bug was fixed in hotfix[5]


Sjur Eido stood slow joints snapping second to none but the Sovs themselves stood straight-backed sharp-sighted pleased to skewer enemies at any distance. Sjur Eido listened close head cocked arrow nocked listened to her Queen's layered lies and heard only the truths as endless courtly complaints flowed around them like the mists of Divalia.

Sjur Eido watched shadows wind warp widen watched surveillance feeds encrypted snaps the weapon hand of every woman and man who wished an audience. Sjur Eido swore with revelation righteous fury betrayedbetrayedbetrayedbetrayedbetrayedbetrayedbetrayedbetrayed swore an oath to rise again. Sjur Eido drew loosed dr–


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Weapon Ornaments

Patch History

    • Fixed an issue where Wish-Ender's additional hits were disabled when the Anti-Barrier Bow mod was equipped.
  • 6.3.0[3]
    • Increased its hidden damage bonus vs Witherhoard icon1.jpg Witherhoard-blighted targets from 10% to 25%.
  • 6.2.5[7]
  • 6.2.0[8]
    • Fixed various issues where the Wish-Ender Exotic Bow would lose its Truesight in certain circumstances.
    • Added intrinsic Barrier icon.png Anti-Barrier.
    • Increased number of hits vs. most targets from 2 to 3 (more hits against vehicles, still 2 against players).
    • Increased damage vs Champions, majors, and minibosses by 10%.
    • Draw time decreased from 828ms to 820ms.
    • Fixed an issue that was preventing the ability to equip Exotic Ornaments to the Wish-Ender bow.
    • Fixed issue with Wish-Ender Exotic Bow that blocked ornament application.
  • 2.8.1[11]
    • For the Wish-Ender Exotic quest, any players who were missing Uncharged Tokens after turning in their Awoken Talisman and then completing the "???" secret mission, will now find them in their Pursuits.
      • If a player's Pursuits are full, they will find the Uncharged Tokens added once they've cleared some space and then returned to orbit or re-logged into Destiny 2.
  • 2.8.0[12]
    • Fixed an issue where Wish-Ender would deal more damage than intended when shooting through certain objects.
    • Fixed an issue where Wish-Ender's Broadhead icon.png Broadhead perk was dealing more damage than intended
  • 2.6.1[13]
    • Balanced Awoken Talisman has been removed from veteran players' inventories; it is no longer needed to access Dreaming City/Shattered Throne/Wish Ender quest
    • Fixed an issue where the Queen's Wrath perk for the exotic Wish-Ender bow wasn't correctly highlighting players if their shield was depleted
  • 2.2.1[15]
    • Fixed an issue where Wish-Ender did not highlight targets while user was invisible
  • 2.0.5[16]
    • Increased base Wish-Ender damage
    • Fixed an issue where Wish-Ender’s Broadhead perk would not activate properly, which would result in a loss of damage
    • Wish-Ender's Queen's Wrath perk effects are now more readable and consistent


  1. 1.0 1.1 "Destiny 2 Update" Bungie, posted by Destiny Dev Team, 22 Feb. 2022, https://www.bungie.net/en/Explore/Detail/News/51110. wikipage
  2. "HOW TO GET WISH-ENDER EXOTIC BOW IN SEASON OF PLUNDER! COMPLETE BEGINNER'S GUIDE! [DESTINY 2]", Youtube, uploaded by Profane Gaming, 16 Sep. 2022, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f_2LDp0E5Vo.
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  4. "This Week at Bungie – 12/01/2022" Bungie, posted by Hippy, 1 Dec. 2022, https://www.bungie.net/7/en/News/article/51999.
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  13. "Destiny 2 Update 2.6.1" Bungie, posted by Destiny Dev Team, 29 Oct. 2019, https://www.bungie.net/en/Explore/Detail/News/48391. wikipage
  14. "Destiny 2 Update" Bungie, posted by Destiny Dev Team, 1 Oct. 2019, https://www.bungie.net/en/Explore/Detail/News/48198. wikipage
  15. "Destiny 2 Update 2.2.1" Bungie, posted by Destiny Dev Team, 9 Apr. 2019, https://www.bungie.net/en/Explore/Detail/News/47738. wikipage
  16. "Destiny 2 Update 2.0.5" Bungie, posted by Destiny Dev Team, 30 Oct. 2018, https://www.bungie.net/en/Explore/Detail/News/47377. wikipage

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