The Weekly Bounty, Gateway Between Worlds, tasks Guardians to successfully complete Blind Well activities within a week timeframe.
There are four levels of difficulty ranging from Tier I-IV which grant progress toward this weekly bounty offered by Petra.
- Tier I: 10%
- Tier II: 20%
- Tier III: 30%
- Tier IV: 50%
Note: Tier IV can only be activated by submitting a Tier III charge into the Blind Well.
To start the Blind Well, you go to the tall pillar in the middle and turn in your token. The activity always starts in the middle and progress to other zones within the area. A Tier is divided into 5 waves and you’re given 2:30 minutes for each wave.
The 1st wave is in the middle by the pillar. A large bubble will form over that zone protecting you from the toxic gas that’s spreading through the area. Within the given time, you’ll need to deposit Light to the Well by defeating enemies. The same will have to be done for every wave except the final one.
The 2nd, 3rd, and 4th waves will be in different zones around the Blind Well. Players will get a Touch of the Sky buff that protects them for 5 seconds when they leave the zone to go to the next one.
In these waves, you’ll have to look for Anathemas (which are glowing enemies that drop a Harmony orb). Whoever picks up the orb will have to attack the Servant of the Plague, a mini-boss, to take down its shield and kill it. Players who did not pick up the Harmony orb cannot remove the shield no matter what. However, everyone can attack the Servant of the Plague once the shield is down.
Also, the Harmony buff lasts 15 seconds and recharges your abilities faster.
In the final wave, you’ll have to deal with a certain amount of bosses depending on the Tier difficulty. There won’t be any more bubbles or toxic gas, but getting the Harmony buff becomes crucial. Anathemas need to be taken down for the Harmony buff, then you can attack the Herald of the Plague, which is a large Abomination. The shield may not come down with one Harmony buff, but you’ll be able to find more Anathemas around.
Once the shield is down, everyone can focus on defeating the boss.
Each Tier grants a chest at the end of the activity, providing legendary loot and Dreaming City-specific gear.
Credit: Blind Well – Destiny 2 Wiki Guide – IGN
The Dreaming City has been plagued by a curse for quite some time now. The curse is on a three-week rotation which changes the environment and enemy placement within the city.
During Stage 1, The Dreaming City is nearly as it was before the curse began. The Scorn lurk quite heavily during this stage of the curse.
During Stage 2, Taken Blights begin to spread throughout the city, and the air begins to darken. Hive are at their strongest during the stage.
During the final stage, Taken Blights have infested the city to its core, and Taken assault the region.