Destiny 2 Guide: Corridors Of Time Secret Quest And Everything Discovered So Far

Destiny 2 is often home to secret quests and expansive puzzles that hold some of the game’s best rewards. Sometimes, those rewards just require finding the right room or grabbing a fireteam to traverse a special mission. Other times, they cause the entire Destiny community to unite in an effort to solve their mysteries, creating a massive brain trust to crack codes and explore strange locations. Though Bungie’s Season of Dawn content roadmap doesn’t include anything for this particular week, a new quest called “Explore the Corridors of Time” appeared with the latest weekly reset. It includes a massive puzzle the community is currently working on. Here’s everything we’ve learned about it so far.

Editor’s Note: This post previously repeated Pathway 3 as Pathway 12. We’ve corrected the error with the correct version of Pathway 12.

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The quest returns you to the Corridors of Time, that weird interdimensional gateway used by the Vex and which is linked to Osiris’s Sundial on Mercury. We last ventured through the Corridors of Time to find and save Saint-14 earlier in the season. Now that that’s accomplished, Osiris wants you to head back into the Corridors and explore them to figure out what their deal is. The trouble is, the Corridors are a maze and the path through them isn’t yet clear.

To start the quest, head to Osiris on Mercury and talk to him. Claim the “Exploring the Corridors of Time” quest from him, then activate the Sundial to transport yourself back to the strange realm. After that, it’s a matter of figuring out the path; the Corridors are a series of doorways that link to big rooms full of Vex, and each of the doorways is marked with a sign. Community members on Destiny’s r/raidsecrets subreddit are currently working to determine which paths are required to navigate the Corridors and avoid getting lost.

As of this writing, 19 pathways have been discovered (and we’ve verified that they work), with the Corridors dishing out lore drops as you complete each one in the new “The Pigeon and the Phoenix” lore book. The codes for each pathway are appearing periodically on the Sundial obelisks scattered around the solar system. They seem to be time-locked, with a new code appearing periodically, leading to a different lore entry Triumph each time. The paths lead you to a place called the Timelost Vault, and activating an object there (marked, ominously, with “???”) reveals a bunch of symbols on the floor below.

Each of the 19 codes reveals a portion of a larger map that the community reconstructed–and following that map earns you a secret emblem. In the meantime, to get all 19 pieces of the lore book, you’ll need to access the Timelost Vault through all 19 pathways. The pathway to unlock the emblem is located below.

Once you reach the Vault and activate it, you can keep walking forward to get teleported back to the beginning of the Corridors. Approach the blank sign to the left of the first door to reset the Corridors so you can start the next pathway.

The Pigeon and the Phoenix Lore Book Codes

Pathway 1:

  1. Plus sign
  2. Snake
  3. Clover
  4. Interlocking Hexagons
  5. Snake
  6. Plus sign
  7. Diamond with three plants

Pathway 2:

  1. Clover
  2. Clover
  3. Interlocking Hexagons
  4. Inerlocking Hexagons
  5. Plus sign
  6. Diamond with three plants
  7. Snake

Pathway 3:

  1. Plus
  2. Clover
  3. Diamond with three plants
  4. Diamond
  5. Snake
  6. Diamond
  7. Diamond

Pathway 4:

  1. Diamond
  2. Clover
  3. Plus
  4. Hexagon
  5. Clover
  6. Hexagon
  7. Clover

Pathway 5:

  1. Diamond
  2. Plus
  3. Snake
  4. Hexagon
  5. Hexagon
  6. Diamond
  7. Plus

Pathway 6:

  1. Diamond
  2. Hexagon
  3. Snake
  4. Hexagon
  5. Clover
  6. Clover
  7. Plus

Pathway 7:

  1. Diamond
  2. Plus
  3. Clover
  4. Hexagon
  5. Snake
  6. Hexagon
  7. Snake

Pathway 8:

  1. Clover
  2. Plus
  3. Clover
  4. Hexagon
  5. Clover
  6. Diamond
  7. Snake

Pathway 9:

  1. Clover
  2. Clover
  3. Clover
  4. Snake
  5. Diamond
  6. Hexagon
  7. Diamond

Pathway 10:

  1. Plus
  2. Hexagon
  3. Clover
  4. Hexagon
  5. Plus
  6. Diamond
  7. Hexagon

Pathway 11:

  1. Snake
  2. Hexagon
  3. Snake
  4. Hexagon
  5. Diamond
  6. Hexagon
  7. Snake

Pathway 12:

  1. Diamond
  2. Plus
  3. Plus
  4. Clover
  5. Snake
  6. Plus
  7. Diamond

Pathway 13:

  1. Hexagon
  2. Snake
  3. Plus
  4. Hexagon
  5. Snake
  6. Hexagon
  7. Plus

Pathway 14:

  1. Clover
  2. Plus
  3. Clover
  4. Diamond
  5. Snake
  6. Snake
  7. Hexagon

Pathway 15:

  1. Hexagon
  2. Diamond
  3. Snake
  4. Plus
  5. Hexagon
  6. Plus
  7. Plus

Pathway 16:

  1. Clover
  2. Hexagon
  3. Plus
  4. Diamond
  5. Plus
  6. Snake
  7. Diamond

Pathway 17:

  1. Snake
  2. Hexagon
  3. Hexagon
  4. Hexagon
  5. Plus
  6. Diamond
  7. Diamond

Pathway 18:

  1. Clover
  2. Diamond
  3. Hexagon
  4. Clover
  5. Plus
  6. Diamond
  7. Plus

Pathway 19:

  1. Hexagon
  2. Plus
  3. Plus
  4. Diamond
  5. Hexagon
  6. Snake
  7. Snake

There’s also a special emblem that the Destiny 2 community discovered hidden in the Timelost Vault: the Savior of the Past emblem. That code was discovered by piecing together various players’ images from the floor of the Timelost Vault every time they entered it with a new code, and stitching those pieces together revealed a new code that led to the emblem. It requires a slightly more involved pathway to unlock. Here’s how to reach it.

Savior of the Past Emblem Code

  1. Diamond
  2. Clover
  3. Snake
  4. Plus
  5. Hexagon
  6. Hexagon
  7. Plus
  8. Hexagon
  9. Diamond
  10. Clover
  11. Snake

Part 2: Everything We Know So Far

While the 19 pathways gleaned from obelisks earn you the lore book allowed the community to build the map to the emblem, that wasn’t enough to finish the quest and solve the mystery of the Corridors of Time. The community is currently working on the second part of the puzzle. Once again, they’re constructing a map of the Corridors of Time using the images revealed in the floor of the Timelost Vault–but this one is taking much longer.

The new set of codes are revealed in the Timelost Vault that houses the Savior of the Past emblem. Like in the other versions of the Vault, looking down in the emblem room shows you a hexagonal code like the one pictured above. The thing is, there are many, many more codes in the emblem room than in the other versions of the Vault. Players working together on the r/raidsecrets subreddit have discovered that entering the emblem Vault gives each player as many as six codes–two for each of their characters, rotating every hour.

Right now, the community is working to gather as many codes as they can, in order to put them together in order to create a map of the Corridors of Time. It does seem that, eventually, enough codes will be gathered–already a few duplicate codes have been found, which means there’s a finite number of codes available.

The puzzle-solvers in the Destiny 2 community are currently crowd-sourcing as many of the floor codes as they can to build their map, and anyone can help out. Once you find your codes, you can share them with the community on this website: https://tjl.co/corridors-of-time/. The more codes are contributed by players, the faster the puzzle will be solved.

Progress is moving forward on constructing the entire map, even though it’s a bit slow-going (Bungie tweeted this week that solving the Corridors of Time would be a marathon, not a sprint). Here’s what the map looks like as of the evening of January 17, as posted on r/raidsecrets:

We’ll keep updating this post as more information about the Corridors of Time puzzle becomes available. In the meantime, get out, get your emblem, and help contribute some codes!

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