Crucible Valor Rank
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D2 Valor points boosting rewards:
- The selected amount of Valor points obtained.
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- Additional rewards for each Valor Rank obtained or a reset reached.
Crucible Rank Boost ETA: 1-7 days.
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Crucible Rank Carry Explained
Being a competitive game Destiny 2 has several ranking systems that offer players an opportunity to measure their strength and obtains some unique legendary rewards based on the ladder progression. Valor or as players call them Crucible Ranks is one of such systems.
That being said these rankings are less competitive as players get Valor points for match completion rather than winning them. Additionally, there is no reduction of the rating in case of a loss. All in all, this is basically a grind-oriented reward system to encourage players to farm Valor and reset it to get new powerful rewards.
There is a total of six Destiny 2 Crucible ranks:
- Guardian (0 Valor points);
- Brave (50 Valor points);
- Heroic (350 Valor points);
- Fabled (700 Valor points);
- Mythic (1150 Valor points);
- Legend (1800 Valor points);
- Exotic (2000 Valor points).
The higher rank you manage to achieve the better rewards will be offered to you by the crucible PvP vendor - Lord Shaxx. Additionally upon changing the rank players would receive a special Crucible Engram that may boost the overall character power.
By reaching the Exotic Valor rank players will have an option to reset it and start over from the beginning however unlocking new rewards in the process. This can be repeated numerous times and can be used to farm legendary weapons and armor, emblems, and the general powerlevel.
Valor Points Farming and Rank Boost
So, what is the main problem with Valor grinding? How can players in Destiny 2 farm Valor fast and efficiently? The simple answer is getting a great well-geared fireteam and spend hours in PvP battles to achieve the hist ranks in the game. But what to do if you don’t have all that time and still want unique Crucible rewards?
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Crucible Ranks & points required - Destiny 2
Crucible Ranks is the new term to describe the leveling system in Destiny 2’s PVP mode. These ranks used to go by another name, and with this recent change also came a change to the point requirements as well as the win streak bonus. Rewards are now tied to levels and ranks, and the way to reset your Crucible Rank is different. So with these changes comes new information and tables!
There are a total of 16 Crucible Ranks in Destiny 2 that are split into six main areas that have their own name (Guardian, Brave, Heroic, etc). There are three ranks per name, except for the last one (Legend), which has only one. Moving up the ranks requires competing in Crucible matches – even if you lose you still earn progress. Note that Crucible Ranks are different to the Glory Ranks, the latter of which is for Competitive Crucible.
|Rank #||Rank name||Total Points||Points to next rank|
|1||Guardian I||0 - 49||50|
|2||Guardian II||50 - 124||75|
|3||Guardian III||125 - 249||125|
|4||Brave I||250 - 499||250|
|5||Brave II||500 - 949||450|
|6||Brave III||950 - 1549||600|
|7||Heroic I||1550 - 1924||375|
|8||Heroic II||1925 - 2524||600|
|9||Heroic III||2525 - 3349||825|
|10||Fabled I||3350 - 3874||525|
|11||Fabled II||3875 - 4649||775|
|12||Fabled III||4650 - 5699||1050|
|13||Mythic I||5700 - 6449||750|
|14||Mythic II||6450 - 7524||1075|
|15||Mythic III||7525 - 8999||1475|
|16||Legend||9000 - 10000|
As mentioned above, in order to move up the Crucible Ranks, you must play Crucible matches. Each match you complete (win or lose) will add to your streak, the larger your streak (maximum of 5), the more progress you will earn. If you go and play another activity, your streak will reset. Going to Orbit, the Tower, or H.E.L.M. does not reset your win streak. This means you are free to go and get more bounties, decrypt Prime Engrams, or do other inventory management between matches.
How to level up Crucible Ranks fast
Unlike previous seasons of Destiny 2, Crucible bounties no longer progress your Crucible Ranks. Bounties are now just for XP or gear. This means the fastest way to level up your Crucible Rank is to keep playing Crucible matches without starting another activity (patrol, Gambit, etc). By getting the full five streak bonus, you will be earning significantly more progress.
While the streaks are rewarded regardless of whether you win or lose, you will earn more points if you perform better. The more kills you get, the more zones you capture, and the fewer deaths you have, the more points you will get at the end of the match.
The other way to increase your Crucible ranks quickly is to play when a double-XP event is occurring. This often occurs whenever Iron Banner is active. During these events, you get twice the amount of progress you would get normally, which makes the 5-streak even more potent.
How to reset Crucible Ranks
To reset your Crucible Rank in Destiny 2, you must now go and visit Lord Shaxx.
- Reach Rank 16 (Legend) and fill the bar (10,000 points)
- Go to the Tower and speak with Lord Shaxx
- Claim the Ascendant Shard reward
As soon as you claim the Ascendant Shard, your Crucible Rank will reset and you can continue your journey through the ranks again for additional rewards. Reaching Rank 16 is also how you will unlock some of the Crucible Ritual weapons. Once you claim the Ascendant Shard, the reward for reaching the max Crucible Rank will be an Exotic Engram.
Climbing through the Crucible Ranks in Destiny 2 is a lengthy process, but one that is made more manageable if you know the ranks and the point requirements to progress. By taking advantage of the 5-streak and playing during double-XP events, you can quickly rank up and even reset your Crucible Rank in a matter of hours. Stop by the Shacknews Destiny 2 Guide for more information on every aspect of the game.
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Valor is a Crucible progression ranking system in Destiny 2. Players can earn points toward their Valor rank by completing matches in the Quickplay, Rumble, and Mayhem playlists. It was introduced in Update 1.2.
Players earn Valor rank points for both wins and losses, but wins provide more points. Players who win multiple successive matches will also earn a streak bonus, which provides even more points for each win. The streak bonus caps out at five wins, then resets.
As a player earns rank points, they will progress through six rank levels as follows:
- Guardian (0 rank points)
- Brave (50 rank points)
- Heroic (350 rank points)
- Fabled (700 rank points)
- Mythic (1150 rank points)
- Legend (1800 - 2000 rank points)
Once a player earns 2,000 Rank Points, they can reset their rank back to the start. Players can reset as many times as they want within a season.
At the end of each season, all Valor ranks, rank points, and ranks will be reset.
Ornaments, emblems, and weapons are earned by increasing the player's Valor rank. A Crucible engram is given every time a player progresses to a new Valor rank.
All of Lord Shaxx's wares are tied to a particular Valor or Glory rank. Some rewards require a particular rank level while others require a certain number of Valor rank resets.
Players can obtain the ornament for the Crucible helmet by resetting their rank once and an exoticGhost Shell by resetting their rank twice.
Destiny 2: How To Increase Your Crucible Valor And Glory Ranks
By Charles BurgarUpdated
Increasing your Valor and Glory ranks is a great way to earn Legendaries and Powerful Gear.
Glory and Valor ranks are a unique progression system tied to Destiny 2's Crucible mode. Based on the game type you're playing, you will accumulate points towards a ranking system that grants rewards as you reach higher subdivisions and new divisions.
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Leveling your Valor rank is a great way to earn Masterwork materials, and it's required to complete certain Seasonal Challenges. Glory ranks show how skilled you are in Competitive Crucible and grant Powerful Gear for each subdivision and major division you reach. If you're interested in leveling quickly or enjoy Destiny 2's PvP component, you'll want to increase both of these ranks.
Updated September 8th, 2021, by Charles Burgar: All the ritual playlists saw a large progression overhaul in Season of the Lost. Valor, renamed "Crucible Ranks," is now somewhat slower to level than in previous seasons. The rewards tied to Valor have also changed to account for the new Ascendancy Rocket Launcher and its Ornaments. Beyond updating Valor's new point requirements and rewards, we've also updated the Glory section of the guide to better explain how ranking up in that playlist works.
Valor And Glory Ranks
Before we discuss the best ways to increase your Valor and Glory ranks, it's important to understand the progression differences between the two.
Valor ranks (called "Crucible Ranks" in-game) are tied to non-competitive Crucible game types such as Control, Rumble, and rotating playlists. Players can only gain Valor ranks; losses do not reduce your Valor points. Valor ranks and their point progression are listed below.
|Rank||Valor Requirement||Rank-Up Requirement|
|10,000||N/A; reset is available|
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Glory ranks are tied to competitive Crucible game types, which is currently only the Survival playlist. Trials of Osiris is not in the Glory playlist. Winning these matches will grant Glory, while losing matches will reduceyour Glory.
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It is possible to derank in subdivisions (Brave II to Brave I, for example) and divisions past Fabled (Mythic to Fabled). If you are at Fabled, Brave, or Guardian, you cannot lose your main division rank. Once you reach Mythic, this safety net is removed, meaning you can drop from Mythic to Fabled if you repeatedly lose.
Below are the Glory rank tiers and requirements:
|Rank||Glory Requirement||Rank-Up Requirement|
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How To Earn Valor
Bounties might not grant Valor anymore, but Bungie did overhaul the Win Streak system into a Play Streak this season. Even if you aren't very good at PvP, ranking up your Valor shouldn't be as much of a slog now.
Earn Valor Activity Streaks
Activity Streaks are when you play consecutive Valor playlist Crucible games. The game type in question can change from game to game—playing a Control and a Rumble match back-to-back will contribute to your streak, for example—but they must be consecutive. Activity Streaks will grant increased Valor until you reach five or more consecutive matches played, at which point their Valor bonus will cap out.
The following conditions will reduce your Activity Streak by one or more:
- Visit a destination.
- Exclusions include the Tower, H.E.L.M, and returning to orbit.
- Leave a Crucible game currently in progress.
- Play any other activity.
- This completely resets your current Activity Streak.
Play Crucible During Double Valor Weeks
Bungie will periodically grant double Valor earnings during certain weeks. Both match completions and Activity Streaks are impacted. These bonus Valor weeks aren't listed on a content calendar, so it's best to keep your eyes out for a message on the "Next Week in Destiny" post when you reach the login screen. If a double Valor week is active, you'll get a notification stating Valor rates are increased when you enter orbit for the first time that week. These weeks always occur when Iron Banner is active.
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How To Earn Glory
Glory is a much tougher system to gain levels in, as this is the only ranking system in Destiny 2 that can derank you. We'll cover every way you can increase your Glory below.
Earn Glory Win Streaks
Instead of an Activity Streak system, Glory matches use what's called a Win Streak. For each Glory match you win, your next win in the Glory playlist will grant additional Glory. This streak will increase for each win until you reach five consecutive wins, at which point the bonus will cap out. Losing a match will drop your Glory Win Streak by two. Even if you have a high Win Streak when you lose a game, your Glory rank will still decrease.
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Season of the Splicer has made a massive change to Glory earnings. The Glory Win Streak bonus is now linear, regardless of what rank you are. However, the ELO/skill catch-up mechanic for Glory is still present (explained below).
Below are the values for winning a game while a Glory Win Streak is active.
All Rank Divisions
- Win One: +20 Glory
- Win Two: +40 Glory
- Win Three: +60 Glory
- Win Four: +80 Glory
- Win Five: +100 Glory
These values can be altered radically based on your skill level. If the game decides that you are being matched with opponents well below your skill level, you'll gain exponentially more Glory than normal until you reach a bracket that contains players with equal skill to you. If you wondered why some players can climb through the ranks much faster than others, this is why. Once the game determines you're fighting enemies of equal skill, this catch-up mechanic stops working and goes back to giving static Glory bonuses on consecutive wins.
Complete Three Glory Matches Each Week
If you complete three Glory matches in a single week, you will gain a boost to your Glory earnings—even if you lose all three games. The reward bonuses are as follows:
- Guardian: +160 Glory
- Brave: +160 Glory
- Heroic: +120 Glory
- Fabled: +80 Glory
- Mythic: +0 Glory
- Legend: -80 Glory
Legend is not a typo; you lose points every week regardless of how many games you played. Failing to play Glory matches each week will also cause your Glory rank to decay slowly, regardless of your rank. This becomes more noticeable when you reach Fabled, Mythic, and Legend. For everything under Mythic rank, playing at least three Glory games each week will guarantee progress towards a rank-up.
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Valor And Glory Rewards
Season of the Chosen reworked the reward structure for Crucible and Gambit ranks. Pop-ups that cover half of your screen are a thing of the past. Now, PvP players have a means of earning Masterwork materials just by playing their favorite playlist.
Glory ranks will grant Powerful Gear when you increase your rank. These Powerful Gear drops are +1, making Glory playlists a great way to level up at the start of a season.
Beyond that, Glory ranks provide no rewards. Shaxx's inventory only correlates with Valor ranks. Increasing your Glory rank will only grant:
- +1 Powerful Gear on rank-ups
- Progress towards the Unbroken title
Unless you care about increasing your account's skill/ELO ratings on third-party websites, there aren't many reasons to play Competitive Crucible currently.
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Increasing Valor ranks will grant an impressive number of rewards. Those that stick to the Crucible will find themselves with plenty of Masterwork materials and Exotic gear.
Increasing your Valor ranks will grant the following:
- Rank-Ups: x1 Legendary Engram (subranks count)
- Division Rank-Ups: x1 Prime Engram
- +1 Powerful Gear
- This reward is removed once you've reset your Valor that season
- Rank 4: x3 Upgrade Modules
- Rank 7: Rosescale Shader
- x3 Enhancement Cores after you've reset your Valor
- Rank 10: x2 Enhancement Prisms
- Rank 13: One-Horned Ghost Projection
- x2 Enhancement Prisms after you've reset your Valor
- Rank 16: Ascendancy Rocket Launcher
- Grants a Crucible-themed Ascendancy Ornament after a Valor reset
- Rank 16 Completed: x1 Ascendant Shard
- x1 Exotic Engram after you've reset your Valor.
- This also resets your Valor rank.
|Note: These rewards are account-bound.|
For clarity, nearly every rank-up reward is tied to increasing your division rank in Valor PvP. For example, Rank 4 is the same as Brave I, Rank 7 is Heroic I, et cetera. Whenever a new season begins, your rank-up rewards will be reset as if you haven't reset your Valor. You'll be able to earn another Ascendant Shard, seasonal Shaders, and seasonal Emblems.
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Charles Burgar is an expert on all things tech and gaming. Graduating from Pikes Peak Community College in 2018 with an Associate of Science, Charles has spent his time dissecting popular video games, movies, and technology. With an understanding of games for as long as he can remember, Charles has a large interest in understanding what makes things fun. He is currently a Freelance writer for TheGamer and Game Rant.
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Destiny 2: How Crucible Ranking Works
By Derek Nichols
After announcing a new Crucible ranking system for season 3 of Destiny 2, here is a detailed rundown of how each playlist works and what to expect at launch.
Bungie held the first of three planned livestreams in advance of the newest season for Destiny 2. Yesterday gave players a deeper look at Warmind, the second major expansion set to launch on May 8. In addition to new content, the May 8 update is also adding a new progression system for Crucible players in the form of Valor and Glory. This new PvP ranking system brings a lot of new stuff to the table for longtime players, so content creator Gigz is offering an in-depth breakdown.
After attending the Destiny 2 Creator Summit last week, Gigz got plenty of hands-on time with this new system. The ranking system starts everyone at the Guardian level and sets them on a path to the final level, called Legend. The full Destiny 2 Crucible ranks are:
For each new rank earned, players receive a reward package which can include items like masterwork cores, engrams, and tokens. Players who reach Legend status can opt to prestige, a multiplayer shooter term indicating the player resets the progression system, for a chance to earn even more rewards. It's worth noting that players will have to hit the Fabled rank in order to unlock each season's unique weapon. For Season 3, the unique weapon is a pulse rifle called Redrix's Claymore.
Starting in Season 3, players can earn Valor rank by participating in the weekly Crucible playlists or the Quickplay mode. This ranking system is a little more relaxed as players earn rank just for completing a match, regardless of a win or loss. For fans of Bungie's previous work, Valor closely resembles the XP system from Halo 3. Players will need 2000 points to reach the max level of Legend.
On the other end of the spectrum is Glory, which is tied to the Competitive playlist. Similar to Overwatch, rank goes up for a win and down with a loss. Winning and loss streaks also have a greater impact on this progression system as well. This system is highly based on skill and performance, not how much time players put in and can be compared to the 1-50 system in Halo 2 or 3. For Glory, the max level caps at 5500, though Legend status can be achieved just before that number.
Obviously, hitting Legend isn't going to be an easy road. According to Bungie's calculations, it'll take players roughly 26 days of 6-hour play sessions and 100% win rate to hit legend as quickly as possible. Obviously, a win or loss streak changes those numbers significantly, but we don't know too much about streak gains/losses. With Warmind launching early next month, players don't have to wait long until they can start earning rank and taking part in all of the new content and features.
Destiny 2: Warmind releases May 8, 2018 for PC, PS4, and Xbox One.
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Destiny 2 Glory Ranks: Why they matter more than ever
[toc] Unlike Valor, Glory points can only be earned in the Competitive PVP mode in Destiny 2.
In a nutshell, Glory is a skill ranking system. Winning games grants Glory points that will help you climb the ranks and losing games will cost you points. In order to move up the ladder (in this case, the different Glory ranks), you will need to win more matches than you lose.
There are a total of 6 Glory ranks in Destiny 2, and the first 5 ranks also have sub-ranks:
- Guardian – Sub-ranks: Guardian I, Guardian II, Guardian III
- Brave – Sub-ranks: Brave I, Brave II, Brave III
- Heroic – Sub-ranks: Heroic I, Heroic II, Heroic III
- Fabled – Sub-ranks: Fabled I, Fabled II, Fabled III
- Mythic – Sub-ranks: Mythic I, Mythic II, Mythic III
We will cover exactly how the glory system works, but let’s start with a more important question:
Why should you care about Glory Ranks?
Pro tip: Playing Competitive PVP to earn Glory and Valor is one of the best methods to increase your Power Level fast.
Why Glory ranks matter more than ever: SBMM
Previously, Glory Ranks only served 2 purposes:
- Acquiring Pinnacle weapons
- Bragging rights with the Unbroken seal
But with weapon sunsetting, Pinnacle weapons are practically worthless, even if they remain viable for “normal” Crucible modes (all PVP game modes except Trials of Osiris and Iron Banner).
The Mountaintop: Perhaps the most infamous Crucible Pinnacle weapon to ever exist…
These are the Pinnacle weapons that previously required a specific Glory rank to be earned:
|Fabled||The Recluse, Luna’s Howl|
But nowadays, all Pinnacle and Ritual weapons can be acquired via the Monument to Lost Lights vendor at the Tower. When it comes to bragging rights, the Unbroken seal remains a good challenge for committed PVP players.
But the utility of the Glory system would stop there.
The purpose of a ranking system is that it pits you against opponents with similar skill levels. The more you improve and move up the ranks, the tougher your opponents. And the Glory system does that for the Competitive playlist (Comp).
But now Glory ranks, and the Survival Competitive playlist, became much more important (and useful).
The move from Skill-based to Connection-based matchmaking
During the Summer of 2020, Bungie removed Skill-based matchmaking (SBMM) in favor of connection-based matchmaking (CBMM) for all PVP modes in the Crucible except for the Elimination, Survival, and Trials of Osiris playlists.
This means that instead of trying to pit you against opponents with similar skill levels, the game now favors connection speeds. This suddenly shattered every wall that separated players of different skill levels. To be clear, the removal of SBMM was sold as a way to improve the quality of matches.
According to Bungie, the purpose was to:
- Respond to community feedback.
- Shorten queue times for players.
- Improve the connection quality of matches.
- Provide more places where the outcome of the match isn’t as important as enjoying the experience.
- Play into the strengths of Crucible being a bombastic, frenetic action game.
But in reality, this affected players very differently. My take:
The big winners of the removal of SBMM:
- Streamers and content creators: Look, I get it. All their matches were against the top players in the world. This translated to painfully difficult matches all the time and often very bad connections with unbearable lag. This also led to long queue times and the inability to just “have fun” without having to play their best just to compete.
- Bungie: With this move, they made PVP 100X times more enjoyable for streamers and content creators, whom in turn give the game free publicity and encourage their large audiences to play more Destiny 2.
The players for whom it’s neither better nor worst:
- The truly average PVP players: Statistically speaking, players that are truly near the average should now face an equal number of opponents that are worst and opponents that are better than them. Whereas SBMM made every match tight because everyone had a similar skill level, CBMM matches should remain tight because the average player will now face both better and worst players.
- I would put myself in this category. I personally enjoy the shorter queue times but my enjoyment of the Crucible varies from lobby to lobby. Sometimes, I do really well (rarely the best in my team but not far). But other times, I get stomped in ways it’s ridiculous… Oh, and I cannot use “fun loadouts” or else I get destroyed by the 1-2 top opposing players.
The big losers of the removal of SBMM:
- Below average PVP players: Make no mistake, below-average players got screwed here. The population of below-average players was so big that queue times and connection quality were never a problem. With SBMM, they were protected from the more skilled players and could attempt to have fun. Nowadays, they get utterly destroyed by top-tier players and dominated by somewhat competent players. But alas, this is the silent majority.
Rant aside, this is why Glory ranks and the Survival playlist are now more important than ever.
If you are average or below-average and are looking for a place where you can slowly improve as you face gradually tougher opponents, Survival and Elimination are the only places you have left.
A playlist that drastically improved the life of solo players
And I would argue Survival is even better as it offers a “solo” playlist called Survival: Freelance where you can be sure you will only match against other solo players (and therefore avoid stacked teams). Unless you already have a Fireteam or are willing to find a good one on Discord, stay away from the vanilla Survival playlist.
Finally, if you’re ready to take PVP seriously, this post covers the Pro settings and hardware used by the top PVP (and PVE) Destiny 2 players out there.
Hopefully, you are now more enticed to give it a shot. But how does it work?
How the Glory system works in Destiny 2
Glory can only be earned in the Survival Competitive mode, either the Freelance (for solo players) playlist or the “normal” (for fireteams) playlist.
As mentioned before, winning grants Glory points while losing takes points away. Winning streaks grant more points per win.
The table below is a good summary of how many total points you need to earn for each Glory rank and also tells you:
- How many points does a Loss costs
- How many points does a single Win reward
- How many points a Win as part of a streak rewards
The information from this table comes from the excellent spreadsheet from Reddit user xxCH3M1STxx.
Also, the Survival playlists are not Power-enabled, meaning your Power Level does not matter.
On that note, grinding XP to increase your Artifact’s Power Level is always pointless in PVP in general as only the base Power Level counts for Trials of Osiris and Iron Banner. You’ll be better off grinding Lost Sectors for better Exotics.
The Last Word
The removal of SBMM remains a heated topic within the community. I’m genuinely curious to know how it changed your PVP experience in Destiny 2.
Is it better? Worst? The same? Let me know in the comments below!
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