Today, we will look at the Chamber of Starlight lost sector in the Dreaming City. This lost sector is home to various enemy types, including Void and Solar-shielded enemies, Unstoppable Champions, and Overload Champions. The recommended power level for this lost sector is 1830.
In this guide, we will summarize the lost sector at the beginning. Moreover, we will explain everything, from what to expect from the Chamber of Starlight, which build to follow for your class, and some tips to clear the lost sector easily.
Chamber of Starlight Breakdown
We’re dropping into the Chamber of Starlight lost sector in the Rheasilvia region of the Dreaming City. You’ll need to go down to find the entrance, so whip out your ghost for guidance!
This is a pretty straightforward lost sector with some of the usual pain points – solar and void shields etc. There are overload and unstoppable champs to take down, as well as the Epitaph that causes enemies to generate blight geysers when defeated.
For subclass builds, I highly recommend going Void for any class. For Warlocks, rock Nothing Manacles for oppressive Vortex grenades. Titans use Controlled Demolition with Heart of Inmost Light. And Hunters, Gyrfalcon’s Hauberk will give you permanent uptime on Volatile Rounds. Spicy!
Weapons-wise, bring an Overload Scout Rifle like Randy’s Throwing Knife to stun those pesky overloads from range. For special, run a Void weapon with Demolitionist or Repulsor Brace to spread that sweet Volatile goodness. And Heavy can be your Unstoppable mod – Leviathan’s Breath puts in work.
The Nitty Gritty on Chamber of Starlight
Before we dive in, let’s cover some of the key details for this lost sector:
1. Shielded Foes
You will face combatants with Solar and Void shields in this lost sector. Nothing out of the ordinary. It’s good to keep this in mind.
2. Legend Modifiers
Loadout will be locked, and extra shields for extra protection.
3. Equipment Locked
You will not be able to change your equipment after this activity starts. So, you should pick up your equipment carefully before you enter the lost sector.
4. Limited Revives
Your fireteam gets limited revive. But you do get additional revives by defeating Champions.
5. Champion Foes
In Chamber of Starlight lost sector, you will face Overload and Unstoppable Champions. I suggest you visit the Character or Mod Customization screen to view your active anti-Champion perks.
6. Solar Threat
The incoming Solar damage will have a 25% increase.
It would be best if you prepared yourself, as taken combatants generate blight geysers when you defeat them.
6. Overcharged Weapons
In Chamber of Starlight, your weapon overcharges from the Seasonal Artifacts if they are active.
7. Arc Surge
Your outgoing Arc damage will receive a 25% bonus.
8. Void Surge
Your outgoing Void damage will receive a 25% bonus.
9. Overcharged Sword
Your outgoing Sword damage will receive a 25% bonus.
So, in summary, we’ve got some shielded enemies to break through, dangerous Champions that can quickly overwhelm us, and environmental hazards in the form of Blights. Also, we should use Arc, Void, or Sword damage for extra damage. The good news is that we can use the modifiers if we build craft smartly!
Optimal Subclass Builds and Exotics
Since this lost sector features both Void and Solar shields, I recommend using Void subclasses and exotics to maximize damage and crowd control. But you must ensure that you have Supernova, Protective Breach, and Unto The Breach artifact perks.
The type of weapons we’re going to use will create void breaches, which are highly effective in defeating a void-debuff target. In addition, we also have the void shield, an overshield, which provides excellent protection.
There’s also the advantage of picking up a void that will trigger your next source of void damage to create a weakening pulse. These elements all interconnect with each other, enhancing their effects. Therefore, regardless of the class you’re using, make sure you have these three elements included.
Here are some of my top picks for each class to conquer Chamber of Starlight alone:
You already know we will use the Void in whatever class we are! First thing first, open your Voidwalker. Right off the bat, we are using Nova Bomb: Cataclysm as our Super Ability.
As for the Abilities, we use Healing Rift, Strafe Glide, Pocket Singularity, and Vortex Grenade. We are using Chaos Accelerant and Feed The Void as Aspects. Finally, our Fragments are the Echo of Expulsion, the Echo of Starvation, the Echo of Persistence, and the Echo of Remnants.
Alright, let’s talk gaming gear – Warlock style. I’ve got my Nezarec’s Sin strapped on, and let me tell you, this bad boy cranks up the uptime on my void damage kills like there’s no tomorrow. It’s like turbocharging your abilities – pretty sweet, right?
Ever heard of Orbs from Firepower? They’re like the energy drink for my grenades. I’ve got them in my Pyrrhic Ascent Gloves along with Grenade Kickstart – a nifty little mod that gives me grenade energy from armor charges.
Oh, and I’ve also slipped in Solar Damage Resistance in Wild Hunt Vestment. Because, let’s face it, solar threats are no joke.
My Ketchkiller’s Boots are all about the void weapon suture, Stacks on Stacks for bonus armor charges, and Innovation to bring my grenade cooldowns down to size. Every orb I pick up is like hitting the refresh button on my grenades.
Last but not least, my Wild Hunt Bond is sporting Bomber, which feeds me grenade energy every time I drop a rift. I’ve also got a Fond of Restoration running for extra armor charges and a resilience mod as the cherry on top.
Now, when it comes to long-range weaponry, I’m all about Randy’s Throwing Knife. This thing is a beast at a distance, but really, you could swap it out for any Scout weapon if you’re more comfortable with something else.
Next up, let’s chat about The Hero’s Burden. I’ve packed this thing out with destabilizing rounds. Picture this: every kill you make turns your enemies into ticking time bombs. Boom! It’s like having your very own Vault Shot or Incandescent at your fingertips.
And can we take a moment to appreciate the beauty that is Leviathan’s Breath? This thing eats Unstoppable Champions for breakfast and spits out a massive concussive, void blast. It’s a game-changer.
Moving on to mods, I’m rocking Void Siphons. Every void kill drops orbs, making it rain resilience and recovery boosts. It’s like leveling up on command.
Alright, let’s chat about Titans. My weapons may be a bit different, but trust me when I say you only need to have the Heart of Inmost Light.
It’s like your personal ability booster pack – super clutch. And don’t overlook Controlled Demolition. Killing volatile targets and getting your health bumped up? Yes, please! It’s a game-changer, folks.
Now, for you Hunters out there, keep rockin’ the same weapons as before, but let me tell you about the Gyrfalcon’s Hauberk.
This beauty lets your void weapons rack up volatile rounds whenever you pop out of being invisible. It’s like a surprise party for your enemies, but the surprise is you, fully loaded and ready to rumble!
What about your aspects? I’m glad you asked. Go for the Stylish Executioner and Vanishing Step. With these bad boys, you’ll be dishing out volatile rounds like it’s going out of style.
And just a quick tip if you’re thinking about switching out your destabilizing rounds – give Void or Arc a shot. They pack a punch with Arc and Void surges.
The Final Stand
In the boss chamber in Chamber of Starlight, please take out the surrounding Vex before focusing on the boss itself. With airborne threats taken care of, you can damage the boss safely from a distance.
When the Arc burn kicks in, break out Riskrunner and go to town! Just be sure to keep an eye out for the Overload Captain, that will teleport in – stun him and take him out before he overwhelms you with firepower.
Once the Knight falls, it’s time to claim your rewards! With smart play and ability chaining, this challenging lost sector will be no match for you.
Build crafting Tips and Tricks
Now that we’ve gone over the combat flow, here are some additional tips to optimize your build:
- Use seasonal mods like Volatile Flow and Supreme Wellmaker for ability regen
- Prioritize Recovery and Resilience – aim for tier 10 in both
- Run Protective Light and Power Preservation for a safety net
- Elemental Charge or Elemental Ordnance will keep your CWL stacks up
- The bomber on your class item gives grenade energy when using your class ability
- Bolstering Detonation fuels your grenade when detonating volatile
- Font of Might boosts your Void weapon damage after picking up a Void elemental well
Take your time to find synergies between your weapons, subclass, seasonal mods, and combat style. The more cohesive your build, the more effective you’ll be in challenging lost sector content.
A few last tips
- Don’t be afraid to take it slow and pick off enemies from a distance
- Abilities like invisibility and over-shields can save you in sticky situations
- Team up with others if you’re struggling – focus fire is key for tough enemies
And that’s it, guardians! Hopefully, this guide gives you a solid plan of attack for tackling the Chamber of Starlight. I hope this helped you claim some new Exotics. And be sure to subscribe to our newsletter for more Destiny 2 content like this. Now get out there and start grinding.
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