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Nightfall the ordeal has auto searching both enabled and disabled depending on the difficulty Higher difficulties like Master and Grandmaster have auto searching disabled and you need to complete them with your own fireteam.
Only these two difficulties of Nightfall can award players with Ascendant Shards which is the material that guardians can use to masterwork their armor (Masterworking a single legendary armor piece will require you to spend one ascendant shard. However, masterworking a single exotic armor piece will cost you three ascendant shards.). Additionally, players can obtain unique adept weapons and special mods for them from the Grandmaster Nightfall ordeal. (if you need a specific weapon with a specific roll then you should check out our PvE legendary weapon service).
The Grandmaster Nightfall: The Ordeal is a great option to farm yourself some solid rewards, but they are extremely challenging. Each week there is a rotation of both the strike and weapons. With the opportunity of gaining an adept weapon by facing the Grandmasters, you may face many difficulties.
The Grandmaster Nightfall carry is a desirable option to look into because of the rewards you can get at the PvE events. However, before making that decision to buy the boost, you may want to know what rewards there are.
Destiny 2 developers, Bungie, has created a system in the Nightfall events that keeps players on their toes. Each week the game rotates the current Strike. Nightfalls event essentially works as a strike that provides a specific reward in the form of a weapon.
One setback will be that certain weeks will require you to have a specific expansion pack to defeat the GN and gain the adept weapon. The Grandmaster Nightfalls, drop “adept” versions of the week’s nightfall weapons, with higher stats, and can slot weapon mods reserved for adept weapons.
In addition to the adept weapon, you will always have the opportunity to get obtain Exotic armor and Ascendant Shards, and other Legendary and Exotic drops.
Once the guardian defeats the Grandmaster Nightfall, the dropped weapon will be the valuable adept weapon version.
Skycoach has an experienced team of Destiny 2 players that will connect to your account and complete the challenging Grandmaster Nightfall.
Depending on the week, purchasing the Grandmaster Nightfall boost and account carry will help you gain a new adept weapon, as well as gather some Exp, and inevitably help towards your light level.
The Grandmaster Nightfall is a pristine version of your usual strike missions. It works as a Co-op mission where a team of at most 3 players will work together and beat a specific weekly heroic strike.
The challenge does not have a matchmaking system, and so the players will need to pre-queue unless they want to run the mission, solo.
In each strike mission, a fireteam goes through a specific path. Along the path, the team will encounter various enemies and complete activities. Each activity takes you closer to the final boss.
On other strikes you can usually change your loadout mid-mission on the rest of the difficulties, however, when starting the Grandmaster Nightfall carry strike, your gear and loadout are locked.
Although the Nightfall strike can be played solo, this would be extremely difficult with the Grandmaster mode as the rewards and their drop chances for nightfalls are great.
Champions will appear at their highest difficulty. 2 of the 3 champion types appear (which ones you face are decided from the base strike). The Champions cannot be defeated without any of the respective weapon types, which are also rotated seasonally.
For a comprehensive guide to Nightfall Strikes, see SSP Gaming's Video
The Grandmaster Nightfall boost does not have any minimum requirements to take part in, however, the weekly heroic strike enemy has a high power level for Grandmaster Nightfall, so we require that your character’s light level is above 1600.
Should your character level be lower than this, the boost will be available. The price will increase so that we can increase the level of the character. Getting your character light level higher comes with many other benefits too.
You will need to log into Skycoach and provide your accounts login details. This will allow our trained staff members to complete the challenge and gather items on your behalf.
No, you can participate in a Nightfall strike starting from Adept. When playing Nightfall at a lower difficulty the gameplay will change, as well as the drops. In Adept and Hero, you will have the opportunity to change your loadouts mid-challenge, and your weapon drops will be "common" weapons. You will also face only 2 champions. In Legend and Master, you will have the opportunity of a dropped "Uncommon" weapon. The only difficulty to gain "Adept" weapons is the Grandmaster Nightfall Strike.
The Nightfall strike challenge first joined in Season 12 and we are already on Season 15 currently. The forecast of the weekly rotation only goes until February 22nd though. Bungie, the developers, have not given a word on whether the mode will still be available in Season 16. Though it seems likely the mode will still be available in Season 16.