What Does Dispel (Level 1) Required Mean In Destiny 2’s Warlord’s Ruin Dungeon?

So, the new dungeon Warlord’s Ruin has released with some new puzzles, unique weapons and a brand new exotic. The first thing guardians will notice upon getting into the dungeon are doors locked with the requirement of having Dispel (Level 1).

How to get Dispel (Level 1)?

A screenshot of Destiny 2 featuring a fire engulfing the Warlord's Ruin.

Upon players’ first completion of the dungeon, there will be a set of Ahamkara Bones next to the final chest. Inspection of these bones will grant the first level of Dispel. This starts a puzzle chain, linked to the Catalyst for the new Exotic Sidearm Buried Bloodline. Players will have to replay the dungeon, accessing the newly available rooms and completely the puzzles inside, all within a single run in order to claim the new Catalyst.

What Does the Buried Bloodline Catalyst Do?

From early leaks and datamines, we can see that the Catalyst gives a perk that inflicts enemies struck by bolts from Buried Bloodline weaken. This logically makes sense, given the void-buff/debuff-heavy nature of the new crossbow. Once we get our hands on the weapon, and the catalyst, we’ll be sure to update this page with new information.

Warlord’s Ruin Explanation

A screenshot of a door in Destiny 2.

Released on Dec 1, Destiny 2 players can experience the franchise’s latest three-person dungeon activity – Warlord’s Ruin. Coming on the heels of the widely praised Ghosts of the Deep dungeon from Season of Defiance, Warlord’s Ruin has a lot to live up to.

While details remain tightly guarded, we know Warlord’s Ruin will showcase Destiny’s famed Dark Age Warlords. The in-game badge depicts a crumbling, castle-like fortress beset by an Ahamkara. The dungeon features a castle, reminiscent of Dark Souls style platforming and art direction.

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I've been playing games for pretty much as long as I can remember. There's about 15 years of gaming experience under my belt at this point. Destiny, Warframe, Halo, CoD and the list goes on. I was a brief world record holder for Destiny 2 speedrunning, as well as a season-long stint as a top 10 ranked PVP player. More recently, I've been shooting for the Celeste speedrun leaderboards. In-between sessions of getting too mad at shooters, I spend a lot of my time playing gacha games like Honkai Star Rail and Limbus Company.

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