Destiny Share Xur Guardians Can Pick Up An Assortment Of Exotic Gear And Weapons With Their Strange Coins


Every Week Xur goes back to the Tower for the weekend before disappearing. Xur comes back the next week with new items that he hides in a different location.

Xur recently announced upgrades like the new Icebreaker Sniper and a really cool new helmet can be purchased for an exotic shard and around 7,000 glimmer.


Here are some other items:

  • Mk. 44 Stand Asides [Exotic Titan Leg Armor] – 13 SC
  • Radiant Dance Machines [Exotic Hunter Leg Armor] -13 SC
  • Starfire Protocol [Exotic Warlock Chest Armor] – 13 SC
  • No Land Beyond [Exotic Sniper Rifel] -17 SC

Armor Upgrades

  • Knucklehead Radar [Hunter Helmet]
  • Aclyophage Symbiote [Hunter Helmet]
  • Helm on Inmost Light [Titan Helmet]
  • Crest of Alpha Lupi [Titan Chest]
  • Light Beyond Nemesis [Titan Arms]
  • Sunbreakers [Warlock Arms]
  • Weapon Upgrades
  • Bad Juju [Exotic Pusle Rifle]
  • Invective [Exotic Shotgun]
  • Universal Remote [Exotic Shotgun]
  • Thunder Lord [Exotic Heavy Machine Gun]
  • Gjallarhorn [Exotic Rocket Launcher]
  • Hawkmoon [Exotic Hand Cannon]

Last week, Agent of the Nine sold the exotic Icebreaker sniper rifle. Xur is also selling a new helmet. Xur is also selling sparrow upgrades, exotic shards, and telemetry for weapons.

According to, last week, Xur was at the bottom of the stairs in the center of the Tower, standing near the Crucible quartermaster. Where is Xur in the Tower going to be this week?

According to reports, Bungie may be separating the Playstation and Xbox One Xur inventory. This would let PS4 gamers buy the Hawkmoon without Xbox One users being able to get it. It is also an early indication that the Hawkmoon may finally appear on the Xbox ahead of the PS4.

Bungie Has Acknowledged This Error Both On Twitter And On Its Website From Destiny

Destiny players on PlayStation and Xbox consoles began experiencing problems connecting to the game’s servers on Wednesday. Interestingly, the one common feature between all reports from players in the United States is that they are Comcast internet users.


Reports began coming in on Reddit and Twitter of players receiving the “Cattle” and “Banjo” errors when trying to connect to Destiny. Destiny power leveling will give you help.

Both the “Cattle” and “Bando” error descriptions state “If you are seeing this message, you are having trouble connecting to or maintaining a connection to Destiny matchmaking servers.”


There’s no immediate fix to either of these connection problems due to the fact that it is a network error and not something wrong with your router or modem.

“We are actively investigating issues impacting players’ ability to sign in to Destiny on all platforms. Until resolved, players may experience disconnects or be unable to sign in,” the message reads.

The one common factor in players not being able to connect is a Comcast internet subscription. The Destiny subreddit is full of one user after another stating their location and internet provider that are unable to connect. They are all Comcast subscribers in the United States.

Will Kurt Warner Be the Football Hall of Fame’s

Kurt Warner has made a career of overcoming adversity to reach a goal.

The Cedar Rapids native has been named one of 15 modern-day finalists for the Pro Football Hall of Fame. The selection committee meets Saturday, and nominees who receive a minimum 80 percent positive vote are headed to Canton, Ohio.

But what makes Warner’s first-ballot potential even more remarkable is this — no Iowa-born person, nor any Iowa high school graduates, have ever been among the 287 members who have been enshrined in the Hall.


Leave it to the state’s best known athletic underdog to be in the running.

“I’m amazed still that you tell me that no one from Iowa has made it yet,” Warner said, “but so much of my career is so unique, so different.”

Reaching the finalist stage is a challenge. Roger Craig, who starred at Davenport Central, made the cut to semifinalist (one of 26), but not the top 15 this round.

Although baseball’s Hall of Fame features legends such as Van Meter’s Bob Feller and Cascade’s Red Faber, the football equivalent has been awaiting an in-state pioneer.

Now, other Iowans can hope to share good news.

Warner, always the overachiever, would go on to be a National Honor Society student.

Here Are Our Position Rankings


You might love the talent and the wide-open Pro Bowl, but there is no telling how much the Pro Bowl quarterbacks will play. It is more likely the backups who will get the bulk of the duty when the game is most loose in the second half.

The Super Bowl quarterbacks are the more wise selections. We would rather have Russell Wilson attacking the Pats with the play-action pass than Tom Brady facing the No. 1 pass defense in football.


Running Backs

We like motivated players. Sure, Marshawn Lynch and LeGarrette Blount are the Super Bowl workhorses, but the pending free agents in the Pro Bowl are interesting plays, especially with the defenses to be lax. They are certainly motivated to make headlines before free agency.

We go with Mark Ingram as the top play because of his reduced price. If you’re spending on a premium guy, you have to figure Lynch is going to get at least one opportunity to grab his crotch in front of the world…as much as we hate to say it.

FIFA’s Recent Move

Time again for annual winter transfer window, we can re-select their favorite players.


You can see EA will continue to be updated as weprogress towards and after the deadline, where January    transfer of a complete list.


Here are a few highlights … …


-81-ST-Fernando Torres Atletico Madrid


Wilfred · Bone -81-ST-Manchester City


Tottenham striker Jermain Defoe -80-ST-Sunderland


Enzo Perez -80-CM-Valencia


Lukas Podolski-77-LM-inter


Elia -76-LM-Southampton


Opportunity not to be missed, to start as soon as possible.

FIFA Will Return $ 100 Million To Brazil

FIFA said Tuesday that it has set up a $ 100 million Legacy Fund of the World Cup Brazil, aims to establish sports facilities, youth and women’s football and the medical and health projects.
Government officials acknowledge that public holidays are associated with the World Cup the country into a technical recession late last year partly to blame.
Despite Brazil’s popularity in the game, the BrazilFootball Federation President Jose · Maria · Marinsaid that old-fashioned money targeted not for thisgame, as well as projects in 15 States.


“We take the same does not hold events to ensure that the benefits will reach the place where the World Cup,although his passion for football is a massive community of structure cannot be compared to commitment we see in the big cities of the country.”

Destiny Player A Sophisticated Device Designed For Being Lazy

He taped two servomechanisms to his Xbox One controller to repeatedly kill enemies using his Titan’s melee attack. The mechanism simply presses the melee button repeatedly, which kills enemies coming toward him on the moon-based Ocean of Storms map.

The contraption was quite effective, killing 3,600 enemies, which was good enough to boost his level 16.5 character to level 20 overnight. “With the armor I had waiting for him he is now a 26,” he added.

yavin427 came up with the idea after growing tired of grinding in Destiny.

“I am a (semi?) serious player with 300+ hours and a 32, Destiny power leveling lets you upgrade easier, but when I went to level up my Titan it felt so joyless,” he said. “So this popped into my head as a fun little challenge. I did it more for the hell of it.”

He also admits that he could have leveled his Titan much faster had he done it himself. He also freely admits that this contraption isn’t anything to really be proud of.

“To those saying it’s pathetic, I don’t disagree with you,” he said. “But it’s much less an exploit (least effective way to level up ever) than a bit of fun, just to see if it could be done, and no one else was negatively affected by it. Some people did get some laughs out of it though.”

Destiny: This Week’s Twilight And Heroic Strike Is Called Pit

The weekly refresh for Bungie’s Destiny power leveling has come and gone, leaving us with a new Weekly Heroic Strike and a Nightfall Strike to attempt. Both take place in the Summoning Pits, forcing you to battle multiple Hive enemies before taking down the beast Phogoth.


The Weekly Heroic’s modifiers include Heroic (more enemies which are tougher and more aggressive) and Arc Burn (Arc Damage from any source is greatly increased). As for the Nightfall Strike, the five modifiers this week include Nightfall (all players dying results in returning to orbit), Epic (more enemies that are more aggressive and have heavy shields), Lightswitch (melee damage from enemies is greatly increased), Angry (enemies won’t flinch) and Arc Burn.

The best weapons to equip for both Strikes are Praedyth’s Timepiece, Fatebringer, Thunderlord, Patience and Time, Murmur, Plan C and Light of the Abyss. You can check out this walkthrough by Todd Awesome on YouTube for more tips and tricks on how to effectively finish the Strikes.

2014’s best-selling PlayStation 4 game on the PlayStation Network From Destiny

While the PS4 Top Ten was dominated by blockbusters – Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, The Last of Us Remastered and Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor among them – the PS3 rankings saw the addition of more niche titles, including post-apocalyptic animal simulation oddity Tokyo Jungle, which outsold games including Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes and South Park: The Stick of Truth.


Destiny  power leveling  recreated its success over in the Add-On charts, with the title’s Expansion Pass taking the Number One spot for PS4. Its first full expansion, The Dark Below, placed fourth. Extra content for Battlefield and Call of Duty rounded out the Top Five.

Meanwhile, on PS3, past iterations in the Call of Duty series filled the rankings, with packs for 2012’s Black Ops II and 2013’s Ghosts occupying all places bar one. Story-driven expansion Left Behind for The Last of Us plugged the gap at number three.

Shrinking down to the Vita handheld, the chart appears to reveal the console’s strength as a platform for more niche titles. Japanese RPG Sword Art Online -Hollow Fragment- was the top-selling game for the whole of 2014, placing ahead of the portable version of Minecraft.

The PlayStation Store also plays host to a collection of Sony’s past hits, in the form of PlayStation and PS2 ‘Classics’.

In a year ripe with Grand Theft Auto V news, it is perhaps no surprise that Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas was the most popular throwback title. Rockstar’s 2004 crime opus was followed by a trilogy of past Naughty Dog titles – Crash Bandicoot, Crash Bandicoot 2 and Crash Bandicoot 3: Warped.

The ever-popular epic RPG Final Fantasy VII placed ninth, with a remastered version of the game announced for PS4 at Sony’s PlayStation Experience event.


Take a look at the full charts below:

PS4 Games

  1. Destiny
  2. Grand Theft Auto V
  3. Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare
  4. Minecraft: PlayStation 4 Edition
  5. The Last Of Us Remastered
  6. Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor
  7. Battlefield 4
  8. Infamous: Second Son
  9. Watch Dogs
  10. Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes

PS3 Games

  1. Minecraft: PlayStation 3 Edition
  2. Grand Theft Auto V
  3. Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare
  4. Destiny
  5. Battlefield 4
  6. Tokyo Jungle
  7. Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes
  8. Need for Speed Most Wanted
  9. South Park: The Stick of Truth
  10. Terraria

PS4 Add-ons

  1. Destiny Expansion Pass
  2. Call of Duty: Ghosts – Onslaught
  3. Battlefield 4 Premium
  4. Destiny Expansion I: The Dark Below
  5. Call of Duty: Ghosts – Devastation

PS3 Add-ons

  1. Call of Duty: Ghosts – Onslaught
  2. Call of Duty: Black Ops II Apocalypse
  3. The Last Of Us: Left Behind
  4. Call of Duty: Black Ops II Vengeance
  5. Call of Duty: Black Ops II Nuketown Zombies Map

PS Vita Games

  1. Sword Art Online -Hollow Fragment-
  2. Minecraft: PlayStation Vita Edition
  3. Killzone: Mercenary
  4. Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z
  5. Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster
  6. Terraria
  7. Need for Speed Most Wanted
  8. The Walking Dead: The Complete First Season
  9. Injustice: Gods Among Us – Ultimate Edition
  10. Batman: Arkham Origins Blackgate

PS Classics

  1. Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas
  2. Crash Bandicoot
  3. Crash Bandicoot 2
  4. Crash Bandicoot 3: Warped
  5. Bully
  6. Spyro the Dragon
  7. CTR: Crash Team Racing
  8. Legend of Dragoon
  9. Final Fantasy VII
  10. Grand Theft Auto: Vice City

Most Sought After Rewards Are Up For Grabs Next Week

Destiny‘s raids are long, sprawling quests that are meant to be tackled by a full fireteam of six players, all of whom have managed to reach the game’s highest experience levels. There’s no matchmaking for the mode either, which means that raid groups need to be assembled manually, among friends (or using online resources). Bungie set things up this way because the raids require lots of teamwork, communication, and group puzzle-solving.

The hard difficulty for the Crota’s End raid in Destiny is set to launch next week, on Wednesday, January 21, according to Bungie. The normal difficulty version of the raid was released in December 2014 as part of the game’s first downloadable content pack, The Dark Below, but hard mode gives high-level players an opportunity to earn some of the game’s most powerful gear at this point in its life.

In return for tackling and defeating these Herculean challenges, players have the opportunity to earn the game’s most potent gear. Armor earned in Crota’s End is one of only two ways in Destiny power leveling to reach the current level cap of 32 (the other requires a talent for competitive multiplayer during limited-time “Iron Banner” events). In the case of Crota’s End, hard mode is the only place that players have a chance to earn the raid’s primary weapons. Note that in order to play, you need to own The Dark Below DLC.