Telesto, one of Destiny 2’s oldest Exotics, is causing problems again, but this time it seems intentional.

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What initially appeared to be an Easter egg or simple joke on Tuesday morning has turned into a full Twitter takeover for the gun

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What precisely it's prompting is indistinct, however this is a meta-level joke any semblance of which we've never seen from Bungie.

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For those not in the loop, Telesto has been a successive issue for Bungie throughout recent years.

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The weapon originated in the first Destiny, and came to Destiny 2 in its Curse of Osiris expansion.

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It’s an Exotic Void fusion rifle that, instead of shooting normal bolts after charging up

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fires little proximity mines that stick to the ground and walls. For some reason, these mines have created more odd bugs than anything else in Destiny 2’s history, to the point where it’s become a running joke.

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Whenever something appears broken in Destiny 2, people immediately joke that it’s Telesto’s fault. Those who’ve been around the Destiny block probably have a favorite Telesto bug that they remember fondly. 

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For example, during the Forsaken era of Destiny 2, I fondly remember everyone shooting Telesto at their feet in the Blind Well activity. 

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