Destiny 2 has changed a lot over the years since its release, and it got even better this year thanks to its very compelling narrative and new gameplay features. The 30th Anniversary Pack was especially well-received by the community because it combines rewarding activities with the possibility to get several cosmetic items at no additional cost other than playing Destiny 2 long enough to get them. Cosmetic items can be everything from ships to Sparrows, Ghost Shells, emotes, and universal ornaments.
The latter are often especially valuable to players as they allow them to change the appearance of their Destiny 2 characters in various ways, customizing their look. Players can also turn any armor piece they unlocked into a universal ornament by spending Synthweave, a material that is acquired by completing Ada-1’s Armor Synthesis bounties. This is the so-called transmog system that has been implemented in Destiny 2 a few months ago, and players started making incredible looks inspired by characters from their favorite franchises.
A Reddit user by the name of carriesonfishord shared their Destiny 2 Titan look, inspired by Bob from the children’s cartoon Bob the Builder. Making an immortal character such as a Destiny 2 Guardian, who fights hordes of malicious alien creatures to defend humanity, into the protagonist of a cartoon might seem like a joke, but carriesonfishord’s Titan sports massive arms and Bob the Builder’s classic outfit. While the arms might make the cosplay a bit unrealistic when compared to the original Bob, they bear a lot of significance to the story of Destiny as a franchise.
In fact, Titans were the first among Guardians to build the Last City and its walls to protect what remained of humanity after the cataclysmic event known as the Collapse. While this look is not necessarily paying homage to that fact, Bob the Builder as a Destiny 2 Titan would have been likely very involved in the creation of the Last City as players know it today. The universal ornaments from the Ringwalker set used to make this look are particularly well-used, considering they are the iconic helm and jacket worn by Bob in the series.
Having players share their unique sets in the game is an ongoing trend across various platforms, and a Destiny 2 player created a Nathan Drake look from Uncharted, sharing it on Reddit. The resemblance is uncanny, and it makes clever use of a combination of two items that end up making a scarf, which is commonly used by Uncharted‘s protagonist in the games.
Destiny 2 is available now for PC, PS4, PS5, Stadia, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S.