My Fireteam

As a warlock I have spent many a day studying the secrets and knowledge our world has to offer, but there are some lessons that can’t be learned from books. When I was young I always thought warlocks were the type to lock themselves away with their books like the Cryptarchs, I trained for months to become a hunter before I learned my place was elsewhere. Ikora taught me what it means to be a warlock, that we are not just lore seekers or reclusive, that we are warriors of the light and can be just as cunning as any hunter and as strong as any titan. I learned that true power lies in knowledge, understanding, that power is channeled, not controlled, and that each discovery offers new possibilities, something all guardians should know. I wasn’t like the others, I preferred to learn in the field rather than my readings, Ikora quickly took notices of this and when I thought she was going to scold me, she praised me saying “its not every day you see a student willing to break the rules in pursuit of further experience, you are part of the few who posses the core instinct to master the unknown. In your time outside the city’s walls you have learned that through true failure comes true understanding, but you must learn how to find that balance between godhood and madness…. Therefore, I am raising you to be my personal apprentice.” Ikora taught me well, how to charge a sword with solar and set the sky ablaze, how to find harmony within and channel the storm, to pull power from the void itself and unleash it on my enemies. However, there are some things that can’t be taught, and it wasn’t until I almost lost everything that I learned one of the most valuable lessons.

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A good Friend has something to say

Hello fellow guardians, we are going to be doing things a bit differently this entry, Names’ Antarah, Mirra is a good friend of mine, a fellow fireteam member and one of few warlocks I have respect for. I give her credit she understands how things work better than most, but I’m here to set things straight for the rest of you.

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“What does it mean to be a Hunter? I say, it’s all about where you belong. The Warlocks have their libraries, the Titans have their walls…But Hunters belong in the wilds.”
—Cayde-6 hunter vangaurd



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Io, the first moon of Jupiter, was the last place visited by The Traveler, and the site of great interest to both humanity and the timeless Vex machines. The Red Legion, too, now seek to unravel the secrets and power of this place, gouging at the surface, seeking to uncover new sources of power to aid in their quest to dominate our worlds. It is up to us to protect this place, and preserve its great legacy. In the final days of the Golden Age the Traveler was in the midst of terraforming Io when it detected the Darkness approaching and abandoned the moon as it fled to Earth. As a result of this, the Ionian climate and geography do not support traditional agriculture, meaning that some remnant of Io’s original atmospheric composition prevented the full growth of plants. Echo Mesa, a mountain on Io, has become a popular pilgrimage site for Guardians, and considered sacred to warlocks due to it overlooking the Mesa, a crater where the Traveler left behind a mysterious city-like structure.


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Mercury was transformation into a garden world by the Traveler and inhabited by humanity during the Golden Age, but come the Collapse, the Vex undid this transformation and completely changed Mercury into a Machine World within days of their arrival.



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The Eververse Company


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The Ahamkara

And thus the Ahamkara were made extinct, their call silenced, their solipsistic flatteries erased, their great design – if it ever existed – broken. Of this you can be assured, oh reader mine. ” – Unknown


Young Ahamkara’s spine- gauntlets 

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Ikora Rey

Ikora looks at me with one of those looks that—you know sometimes you talk to Ikora and you just think, wow, you are not even using a fraction of your brain on me, are you? One of those looks.“—Cayde-6 


I trained under Ikora for years and as her personal apprentice I came to have a great respect for her. She taught me a great deal about what it meant to be a warlock, we weren’t just  scholars who hid in out books, we where warriors in the pursuit of further understanding, constantly pushing the boundaries of knowledge, even into dangerous territory. She started her career as an iconoclastic Guardian, with a reputation for being outspoken and impatient with the dogma of her peers. She had a very colorful life on the battlefield, whether fighting in the Cruisible or doing solo missions and getting shot down repeatedly, surviving against all odds. Her experience gave her a wealth of knowledge and newfound respect among her fellow Warlocks. Ikora wasn’t always a Vanguard, her mentor before her was Osiris.

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