How to get Spectral Pages in Destiny 2

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Destiny 2 loves its various events and timed challenges. Players can find a bunch of stuff to do. Festival of the Lost has returned to Destiny 2 bringing with it much more than just a few simple quests. Players have a bunch of new stuff going on that players can hunt. Eva has a resurgent storyline that causes players to find some haunted new environs. The goal is to take out ghostly enemies and farm for some unique items. This guide will explain to you what you need to do to earn Spectral Pages in Destiny 2.

For the ongoing Festival of the Mask event, you need to get your hands on these items. The easy thing about this is that you can get it from any activity, it’s very easy. You can bring in any number of Spectral Pages from any public activity in the game. These can be from Public Events, Bounties, Crucible Matches, Gambit activities, or Strikes. They can only drop when you are wearing a Festival of the Lost mask during play.

To unlock the full potential of this event, you need to visit Eva and have completed the Gone but Not Forgotten quest first. So why do you want to do all this? That’s because these items can be turned into Manifested Pages. You need to interact with the basic activities to get Spectral variants, then move over to the Haunted sector and complete the Rituals and defeat the specific enemies.

Here’s how the basic process works:

  • Acquire Spectral Pages in activities while wearing a Festival of the Lost mask
  • Start the Haunted Sector activity
  • Complete the Summoning Ritual within the Haunted Sector
  • Defeating Headless Ones will convert your Spectral Pages into Manifested Pages
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You have until November 2 to earn these items.

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