Which Strikes have Fallen enemies in Destiny 2?

Where to find Fallen enemies in Destiny 2

Fallen enemies in Destiny 2 are some of the more challenging fights in the entire game. So it stands to reason that players tasked with hunting them would want to be prepared. The Dregs of the Fallen menace are not too hard on their own, but the Captains and Archons pose quite the threat. And when you get charged with taking on Powerful Fallen or Scorn enemies or other tough bosses for various quests in the Season of the Worthy, it helps to know where to look.

To find Fallen enemies in Destiny 2, you need to look in a few different places. Keep in mind that the process can be a bit of a challenge as their spawns are randomized to a degree. There are some Zavala quests that will task you with hunting them down, so that might make them easier to find if you know where to start searching.

Zavala will issue quests based on completing a certain number of Strikes, while also taking out a requisite number of Fallen enemies of different types. Some quests have markers for completion at 150 kills or more, and these kills only count during Strikes, so you need to focus farm certain Strikes to fulfill these requirements.

Zavala’s bounties are random as well, so there’s not always going to be Fallen to hunt in every batch.

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The Arms Dealer, Lake of Shadows, Savathun’s Song, Exodus Crash, and Broodhold are all the first places you should start your search.

For those looking to take down Fallen bosses as part of some bounties, focus on farming the Exodus Crash first, as this has a few of them. Some players mention the Servitor boss in the Warden of Nothing quest, but it appears as though this particular boss does not fulfill the reward for some reason, maybe Bungie will change that sometime. However, there is a bounty that may pop up called Serve the Servitors that could be farmed for this boss, so if you get that one, go to that Strike to complete it.

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