One of the more fun aspects of Destiny 2's Festival of the Lost is wearing what are clearly hand-made masks. These masks are Ornaments fastened to the Helms handed out by Eva Levante in the Tower, which allows Guardians to acquire the precious Candy currency.
Dozens have been made available over the years, with eight more being added in 2023. Here's how to add each and every one of them to your collection. Just make sure you wear Calus' while you show him what's what in the Lightfall campaign.
All Festival of the Lost Masks Locations in Destiny 2
Ah, if only Guardians could take on an appearance as resplendent and vivacious as the former Emperor Calus. To wear this homage, Guardians must complete the Occult Ritual Event Challenge, which requires completing ritual activities (strikes, Crucible matches, and Gambit matches).
Clovis Bray Mask
To don the much smaller head of Clovis Bray, Guardians must complete the Cryptozoologist Event Challenge. This one is super simple, as it is part of the introductory event quest. Simply use some Manifested Pages to restore a chapter in the "Tales of the Forgotten - Vol. 3" book.
Guardians can add Rhulk's visage to their mask collection by paying a visit to the Eververse and spending 300 Silver.
Good Boy Mask
Archangel, the bestest of robo boys, has arrived in all his masked glory. For a mere 300 Silver, Guardians can pretend to be just as handsome.
Mara Sov Mask
To really freak out Petra Venj, Guardians can add the Mara Sov mask to their collection. After completing enough Haunted Sectors, the Happy Haunting Ground Event Challenge will be complete, and the mask will be yours.
I'm not sure why you'd want this mask, but getting it is relatively easy. The Hocus Focusing Event Challenge tasks Guardians with focusing on an Eerie Engram. These are obtained from Haunted Sectors and can be focused through Eva Levante at the Tower.
First teased in Beyond Light and then finally revealed in Lightfall, the Pouka are adorable robot fish that swim through the air. In order to swim with the Pouka, Guardians will need to complete the Candy Corner Event Challenge, which requires collecting 15,000 Candy from activities.
To become something truly frightful, Guardians will need to complete the Heads Will Roll Event Challenge. After slaying 100 Headless Ones in Haunted Sectors, Guardians can add the Tormentor Mask to their collection.
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